By Kevin Jackman One morning, I was on my way to a music festival with a group of friends. This was the type of festival where you had better make sure you had sunscreen and your most comfortable tennis shoes on, because you were going to be standing until you returned to the car. As…

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By Richard Stokes Recently while browsing online, I stumbled across a quick way to do a Google search for text you are reading that doesn’t already have some sort of hyperlink embedded in it, and it doesn’t require you to type the text to perform the search. Here’s what I mean. I was doing some…

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By Tony Coughlin PDF documents are very commonly used in our world today. Most every document, contract, benefit form, etc., goes out and is returned in this form. The reason behind this is that PDFs are compatible across multiple platforms (it stands for “portable document format”), add document security, and are essentially “read-only.” The read-only…

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by Tony Rushin “Don’t criticize what you can’t understand…your old road is rapidly agin’.”  – Bob Dylan, 1964  The all-electric Tesla Model 3 (costing at least $49,000) was the 4th best-selling passenger car in the U.S. last month – and darn near passed the Honda Civic for 3rd place. Can you believe that? The Model…

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By Blaine Williams The snipping tool is a native Windows app that allows you to easily capture/screenshot any information on your computer screen. I was under the impression that the majority of people who used a Windows PC were aware of this application’s existence. That being said, I’ve recently discovered an increasing number of individuals who…

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