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Tuesday Tip: Tesla and New Car Technology

By Tony Rushin I’m not a car guy. My last car was a 1999 Lexus GS named Leonardo (Nardo for short) that I bought used in 2005 (by the way, I’m actively looking to sell it; are you interested? Only 255,000 miles). Before that, I drove a 1990 Dodge Dynasty named Rocky that I bought…
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Tuesday Tip: iPhone Email Rich Text Formatting

By Blaine Williams How often do you find yourself sending emails from your iPhone? For those of you who consistently use the iPhone mail app, rich text formatting features such as bolding, italicizing, and underlining can be a game-changer. Luckily, Apple has taken these features for mobile email users into consideration when rolling out their…
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Tuesday Tip: Welcome to the (Game) Show with HQ

By Tony Coughlin Game shows have been around for a long time. The one that sticks with me was a show I used to watch when I came down with a cold as a kid and had to stay home from school: I would sit there with my ice chips and ginger ale watching Bob…
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Tuesday Tip: How to Choose a Laptop for Your Student

By David Gracey The oldest of the three Gracey offspring graduated from high school recently and will be heading off to college in the fall.  Over the years, numerous people have asked me for purchasing advice, but this is the first time I’ve experienced buying a laptop for a college-bound student myself.  Like years past,…
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Tuesday Tip: Reaching Your Fitness Goals

By Courtney Rose While we’re a few months past the time of year people usually make resolutions to lose weight and be healthier overall, there are a few apps out there to help re-inspire your resolutions.  MyFitnessPal has a great website and mobile app that allow you to track what you eat and see the…
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Tuesday Tip: Phishing Isn’t Fun!

By Kevin Jackman Phishing emails are a major threat in today’s world, and it is getting worse. KnowBe4, a service that trains users to recognize and avoid phishing emails, compiled a list of the “Top 10 Global Phishing Email Subject Lines for Q1 2018,” and I would like to share them with you. Hackers will…
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Tuesday Tip: Muting Audio in Google Chrome

By Richard Stokes I like to look at espn.com, and like more websites these days, it’s got video all over it that starts playing the moment you go to their site. Sometimes I’ll forget that my speakers are turned on, and then all of a sudden ESPN starts blaring the audio portion of the embedded…
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Tuesday Tip: Easy Tips to Navigate Google Chrome

By Kate O’Neal One of the most popular browsers in use right now is Google Chrome. In my opinion, using Google anything makes everything so much easier.  A few things I really like about Chrome:  You can sign in to your Google account and save your bookmarks, so whenever you log in to a different…
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Tuesday Tip: Hiking Technology

by Tony Rushin My son, Jerod, and I took a hike in the Pisgah National Forest (western North Carolina between Brevard and Asheville) last Sunday morning. Jerod picked the trail, one that he had partially hiked last month: Butter Gap to Cat Gap Trail, a supposed 8-mile loop with a 1.5-mile option up John Rock…
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Tuesday Tip: Clean Up Your Hard Drive in 5 Clicks

By Blaine Williams Running out of disk space? Hard drives can get bogged down with unnecessary files and data that fill free space, causing the drive to reach capacity at a rapid rate. Luckily, Windows has a built-in cleanup tool that you might not know about. Windows Disk Cleanup utility will allow you to easily…
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