By Richard Stokes It still amazes me how a relatively normal web search on a browser can present you with graphic content (sexual and violent). This holds especially true for image searches, which can reveal some truly shocking stuff. It can be a little disturbing for me, but it also concerns me as a parent,…

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These days smartphones, electronic calendars, computers and other electronic devices update the time and date themselves, for the most part. Time changes like daylight savings and leap years pose no difficulty for modern time-keeping devices, which simply synchronize themselves to the global standards without any effort from owners who may not even realize what’s happened.…

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Online Shopping Tips Network 1 Consulting

by Cheryl Sklar There are several ways to save when buying online – now, during the holiday season and even throughout the year. Get price drop alerts. PricePinx.com notifies you when an item that you want to buy is marked down. You sign up (free) and PricePinx allows you to request price drop alerts for…

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by Tony Rushin There are two “Quick” features in Outlook that can help you be more productive: Quick Parts and Quick Steps. Although they were introduced a few versions ago (2007 and 2010 respectively), they often get overlooked so I wanted to highlight them. In my next tip I’ll write about Quick Steps; today I’ll…

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