Posts in the Category: Tutorials

As a follow-up to why you need to get off Facebook, this post will explain how to completely cut ties with Facebook. Deleting your Facebook Account versus Closing Your Facebook Account Facebook doesn’t make it easy for this breakup to happen. It would prefer you stick around, be friends with benefits, or linger a bit. While the   

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If you’re like me and like free stuff, then you should have a library card. Libraries offer great resources far beyond books these days. This tutorial on how to download free magazines for iPads and tablets doesn’t require you to set foot in your library, and you don’t have to worry about late fees! No   

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Have you joined the “Cord Cutting” community by cancelling your cable TV service but feel left out from watching the Super Bowl? Fox gave an unexpectedly generous  solution to this dilemma by announcing Fox will stream the Super Bowl for free to desktops and iPads. Here’s how to get setup on your iPad before the   

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Foscam IP cameras are the best video baby monitors. The flexibility to be able to use your iPhone, Android, tablet, or browser to view the live feed of your little one is unbeatable. If you haven’t set your Foscam up yet, make sure to check out this post on How to Use a Foscam as   

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Flipboard was created with the intent of being a news aggregator. You select different feeds, blogs, and sites that you like to read and they all get pulled into the app and displayed to you in a beautiful, consistent, magazine-like interface. In the same way, you can use Flipboard as a social media aggregator to   

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iOS 7 launched with all of its visual polish yesterday. Parallax wallpapers now give the home screen the illusion of a layered or 3D effect by responding to the way you tilt your device. Inevitably, you will grow tired of the wallpapers included with iOS 7, and you will want to make some of your   

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Updated February 2015 to include newest wireless routers in recommendations… Your wireless router is the quarterback for your home’s internet connection. It takes your internet signal from your internet service provider (ISP) and broadcasts it wirelessly throughout your home. Then, it becomes air traffic controller as your laptop, tablet, mobile phone, Roku, and other devices   

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Two days ago, the “Craigslist Killer” was sentenced to the death penalty for luring Craigslist users to his home and killing them.  Being weary of Craigslist is warranted, but Google Voice is an excellent resource to help you stay anonymous on Craigstlist while either buying someone’s junk or pawning your own junk off on someone   

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Updated April 2016 to include new Foscam HD IP Camera options… Here is a quick and easy guide to use a Foscam IP Camera as a baby monitor.  This isn’t meant to be comprehensive, as there are many advanced things you can do with an IP camera (motion detection, sharing the feed publicly, etc), but   

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