4K vs HDR vs Dolby Vision: What’s the Best for Your TV?

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Browsing through the TV aisle, you notice the wide variety of acronyms used in their descriptions. Ultra HD, UHD, 2160p, 4K x 2K, 4K Ultra High Definition, Quad High Definition, Quad Resolution, Quad Full High Definition, QFHD, UD, HDR…the list goes on. Is the extra money worth the hype? 4K/UHD has four times the number […]

What Are the F (Function) Keys For?

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Across the top of almost every keyboard lies a series of keys beginning with F. F1 through F12 and they are known as function keys. Can you believe that they’ve been around since 1965? They were introduced as keys that could be changed to do whatever you want. Keys that can be programmed are also […]

How To Add a Hidden Area Inside An Encrypted VeraCrypt Volume

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Last time, I showed you how to set up an encrypted volume on your computer using VeraCrypt. Today, we are going to go a step further and show you how to insert a hidden encrypted area inside an ordinary encrypted volume. Mind-bending, right? But Why Would I Want a Hidden Section? Apart from the fun […]

12 Ways to Get Past a Paywall

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Bypassing a paywall on WSJ, Business Inside, NYT, etc.is supposed to be something only a paid customer can do. A paywall is in place for that very purpose: to prevent anyone but paid users from accessing specific content. However, depending on how the paywall works, you might have luck using a paywall unblocker to see […]

How To Set Up Your Own Twitter-Like Website Using WordPress’ P2 Theme

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A lot of people enjoy using Twitter, but like any social media network, there are drawbacks to using it. One is the lack of control over your data and privacy, while another is that you will lose everything if Twitter suddenly goes belly-up one day. That’s why, if you want to build an online community, […]

6 Easy Ways to Find Out Who’s Looking for You Online

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If you’ve ever Googled your own name, you may have noticed that there are a lot of places where people can find information about you online. These sources include Google itself, LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, and more. How do you find out who’s looking for you online? Luckily, most of those resources have monitoring services you […]

How To Use Slack As Your Second Brain

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These days, employees have so much to remember. Forgetting small details or overlooking critical issues can make all the difference between success and failure. I realized this when I was always having to look up the same information several times a day, or face-palming myself when I forgot an important meeting. That’s why an app […]

3 Best Virtual Debit Card Services

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Virtual debit card services let you hide your real card information when making purchases. For example, instead of using your regular card number to buy something from a shady website, you can just plug in a virtual debit card number so that should anything strange happen with that card, it doesn’t affect your real debit […]

Add and Resolve Comments in Google Docs

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Over the years, Google Docs has become one of the most popular ways for companies to collaborate and synchronize their work on documents of all types. For example, the writers behind each article on this website routinely use Google Docs! A major part of collaboration is communication. In remote workspaces, be it at your job […]

Use Excel as a Tool to Copy Data from the Web

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Web scraping is the act of extracting data, information, or images from a website using an automated method. Think of it as copy and paste on full automatic. We either write or use an app to go to the websites we want it to and make a copy of the specific things we want from […]