Tips For Using Google Docs On Your Mobile Device

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Google Docs on mobile (iOS/Android) is much the same as the desktop version, but you’re forced to use it in new ways because of the smaller form factor and lack of peripherals. Thankfully, with some practice you can get around the hurdle that is word processing on a touch screen. Whilst it can be difficult […]

3 Sites To Find Free Google Docs Resume Templates

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There’s an old saying: “It takes money to make money.” You’ll often find that this is true at even the most earliest stages, such as job searching. When you’re on the hunt, your resume is one of the biggest things to consider. Many people end up paying professionals to build their resume for them, just […]

9 Tips to Teach Your Grandparents Tech

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The world of technology is changing so quickly, that the daily tech skills you learned just ten years ago are probably irrelevant today. If you were an adult in the 80s, computer skills weren’t nearly as important as they are now. That generation of 30-something adults are now hitting retirement age and if they haven’t […]

6 Health Tracker Smartphone Apps to Get Healthy

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Humans are unhealthy. We’re getting fatter, sicker, and lazier than ever. Sure, we can blame it on the accessibility to junk food, conveniences like two-day shipping, and sedentary lifestyles.  However, the reality is that it all comes down to you and your habits. No one forces you to buy from Amazon vs. walking around your […]

What To Do If Your Smart Assistant Doesn’t Recognize Your Accent

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Smart assistants are one of the coolest creations of the past decade. An AI-powered device that can turn on your lights, order food, and tell you traffic conditions – what’s not to like? It’s almost like Rosie from The Jetsons lives in your house. Unless perhaps you have a strong accent. A 2018 article from […]

How to Connect Two or More Computers to One Monitor

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There was a time not too long ago that it was rare for a household to have even one computer. The idea that each person would have a computer would have seemed laughable in the early days of the PC revolution. Now, most people are armed with multiple powerful computing devices, both on their person […]

How To Use Google Docs Resume Templates

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When it comes to writing a resume, some people will go as far as to spend hundreds of dollars to get it out of their way. A well-written resume is a key ingredient to a successful job hunt, and learning how to properly create one can often be intimidating. Even if you do decide to […]

3 Best Public Discord Bots To Play Music In Your Server

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If there’s one thing that Discord does better than every other chatting platform out today, it’s bots. Entire Discord servers are built around the functionality that some of these API-driven bots are capable of, and without being able to invite custom Discord bots to our servers, Discord wouldn’t be the same. One of the most […]

How To Set Up & Use Tor On Android

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Tor (The Onion Router) is maintained by volunteers around the globe with one primary focus in mind – privacy security. The purpose of Tor is to offer a safer, more secure environment than is typically offered on the standard web, and it does this by using multi-layer encryption. The Onion Router uses the Firefox search […]

Configure or Turn Off DEP (Data Execution Prevention) in Windows

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Data Execution Prevention (DEP) is one of those ‘blursed’ things. It’s a blessing most of the time when it does its job and doesn’t interfere, but cursed when it does interfere.  Let’s look at DEP and how to configure it, or turn DEP off, depending on your needs. What Is DEP & What Does It […]