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Download Brad’s Humor Us Book

Here it is!  Brad’s book for your download.

Humor Us

Click (or right-click) to save the Book: Click Here to Download Brad’s Book   Not sure what device you have?  Want to read on your computer?

Check out the detailed instructions below:   Instructions for getting the file onto your tablet or device.

 

 

====== Here are the instructions for reading your device if you’re new to the eBook thing:

Read Your ePub On Your Mac Download Calibre (calibre-ebook.com/download), a free open- source ePub reader.After downloading, open the program and drag the ePub file to the Calibre icon in your Dock to read it. On Your PC Download Calibre (calibre-ebook.com/download), a free open- source ePub reader. Open the ePub file in Calibre to read it. On Your iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad 1. On your Mac, drag the ePub file to the iTunes icon in your Dock. It should show up under the Books tab in the iTunes Source list. 2. Connect your iOS device to your computer (via USB or, if you’re using iOS 5, Wi-Fi Sync). Click the device name in the iTunes Source list. 3. Click the Books tab. Make sure the Sync Books checkbox is checked. Click the All Books radio button to sync all the books in your iTunes library—including the eBook of your choice—to your device. 4. Click Sync. 5. On your iOS device, open iBooks and tap the Collections button in the top center of the toolbar. Switch to Books, and you should see your eBook of your choice.

 

Read On Your iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad Using Email 1. On your Mac, open your email client and create a new message addressed to yourself. 2.Attach the ePub and send the message.3. Check your email on your iOS device.Tap the attachment to open it. 4.Tap the Share button in the upper right corner to open the ePub in iBooks or another app. ! Read Your MOBI On Your Mac Download Amazon’s free Kindle reader (http://itunes.apple.com/us/ app/kindle/id405399194?mt=12). After downloading, open the program and drag the MOBI file to the Calibre icon in your Dock to read it. On Your PC Download Amazon’s free Kindle reader (http://www.amazon.com/gp/ feature.html/ref=kcp_pc_mkt_lnd?docId=1000426311).After downloading, open the MOBI file inside the application to read it. On Your iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad 1. Do you have the free Kindle app installed? If not, download it from the App Store. 2. On your Mac or PC, open iTunes. 3. Connect your iOS device to your computer (via USB or, if you’re using iOS 5, Wi-Fi Sync). Click the device name in the iTunes Source list. 4. Click the Apps tab. Scroll down to the File Sharing section, and select the Kindle app. Click the Add button, and select the MOBI file. 5. Click Sync. 6. On your iOS device, open the Kindle app.You should see your Superguide. On Your iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad Using Email 1. On your Mac, open your email client and create a new message addressed to yourself. 2.Attach the MOBI file and send the message.
2. Check your email on your iOS device.Tap the attachment to open it in the Kindle app. On Your Kindle 1. Plug your Kindle into your Mac or PC using a USB cable. 2. Open the Kindle drive that appears on your computer. 3. Open the Documents folder.4. Drag your MOBI file into the Documents folder. 5. Eject your Kindle, and turn it on.You should see your eBook. Read Your PDF On Your Mac Open the PDF in Preview, OS X’s default PDF reader, or in Adobe Reader. If you don’t have Adobe Reader, you can download it for free from Adobe’s website (get.adobe.com/reader). On Your PC Open the PDF in Adobe Reader or in another PDF-friendly program. If you don’t have Adobe Reader, you can download it for free from Adobe’s website (get.adobe.com/reader). On Your iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad Using iTunes 1. On your Mac, drag the PDF to the iTunes icon in your Dock. It should show up under the Books tab in the iTunes Source list. 2. Connect your iOS device to your computer (via USB or, if you’re using iOS 5, Wi-Fi Sync). Click the device name in the iTunes Source list. 3. Click the Books tab. Make sure the Sync Books checkbox is checked. Click the All Books radio button to sync all the books in your iTunes library—including the Superguide—to your device. 4. Click Sync. 5. On your iOS device, open iBooks and tap the Collections button in the top center of the toolbar. Switch to the PDFs collection, and you should see your eBook. !

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! ! How to Read listen to the Audio Files!! ! iPod/iPad/iPhone ! If you have an iPod touch or iPhone with iOS 4 or later, or an iPad, you can use iTunes to transfer files between your computer and an app on your device that supports file sharing. You might want to do this if, for example, you want to save files you create on your device to your computer, or take files with you so you can use them when you’re away from your computer. You don’t need to sync your device to transfer files, but your device needs to be connected to your computer. For information about supported apps, see the documentation for your apps. Transfer files from your iPod touch, iPhone, or iPad to your computer 1. Connect your iPod touch, iPhone, or iPad to your computer and select your device.

  1. Click Apps.
  2. Below File Sharing, from the list on the left, select the app on your

device that you want to transfer a file from. 4. From the list on the right, select the file you want to transfer, and click “Save to.” 5. In the window that appears, select the destination where you want to save the file, and click Open. The file is saved to the selected destination on your computer. Transfer files from your computer to your iPod touch, iPhone, or iPad 1. Connect your iPod touch, iPhone, or iPad to your computer and select your device.

  1. Click Apps.
  2. Below File Sharing, select an app from the list, and click Add.
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4. In the window that appears, select a file to transfer, and click Open. The file is transferred to your device, and can be opened in the app you selected in step 3. ! A Guide To Transferring MP3 & Audio Tracks To Your Android Phone by Chris Moor The Android operating system and platform was developed by Google.T-Mobile released the very first G1 Google Android smart phone in 2008 and intended it to be a major competitor to the iPhone by Apple. One of the coolest things about the Android system is that it is a complex operating system that completely enhances the user’s internet browsing experience. Other than browsing the Web, users will enjoy the ability to listen to high quality music on their Android. Unfortunately, some phone users have been confused on how to get their music from their computer to their phone since there is no direct sync like with the Apple iPhone, which automatically loaded music from the iTunes program. Still, transferring music from your laptop or PC to your Android is not all that difficult. Just follow a few simple steps, and you will have mobile music at your fingertips. The first thing to know is the type of files that can be upload onto your Android phone.The files types that are acceptable are: MP3,AMR,WMD (8), MIDI,WAV, OGG Vorbis, and M4A. iTunes uses M4A files, and if they have a digital rights management-protection it must first be converted or they will not play on your Android phone. To transfer your music, you first want to connect your phone to your computer using a USB cable. Once you plug the cable into your phone and computer, you will see a USB icon in the menu bar on your phone. Drag the menu bar down
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and you will uncover a “USB Connected” message.When you tap this message, a dialog box will pop up asking “Mount” or “Don’t Mount.” You want to select “Mount,” which will transfer files from your computer to your phone’s SD card. Next, you need to open your USB drive on your computer. A dialog box may pop up asking what you want to do with the new hardware, in which case you should click “Open Folder to View Files.” If a dialog box does not shw up, you can go to the Start Menu, My Computer, and double click on “Removable Disk.” You should see a folder titled “Music,” but if not, just create your own. Now, go again to the Start Menu and My Computer. Open whatever file contains your music.This might be iTunes or just “Music.” Highlight all the music you want to have on your phone, and then drag it to the Music folder on the removable disk menu. It will take a few minutes for the transfer to complete. Once it does, click on “Safely Remove Hardware” icon on the bottom right side of your computer screen. Click on “USB Mass Storage” and click the “Stop” button. On your phone, drag the menu bar down once again and you will see a dialog that says “Turn off USB storage.” Click it and then you will see a prompt asking if you want to turn off the USB storage. Indicate that you do. It will now be safe for you to unhook the USB cord without damaging your computer, phone or files. All that is left now is to try out your new music by going to the Music Application on your applications screen. Click on it and you can search for the song, album or artist you want to listen to. Right now, the G1 Google Android is the only phone on the market using the Android operating system, but more will come into the marketplace.When they do, the steps to loading music might be slightly different, but it is likely they will at least be very similar. !
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