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Tuesday Tip: Alternatives to Adobe Acrobat Pro

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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Tuesday Tip: Electric Cars – the Times, They are A-Changin’

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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Tuesday Tip: Screenshot with the Snipping Tool

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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Tuesday Tip: Restaurant Finder Through Facebook Friends

By Kristen Evangelista If you’re a huge foodie like me, you will love this “secret” restaurant search tool on Facebook! You can only access it from the search bar. It will even show restaurants your friends have “liked” on Facebook, complete with map.  Here’s how to search from the mobile app: Type “restaurants nearby” into the…
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Tuesday Tip: 3 Handy iPhone Features

By David Gracey   I recently upgraded to the iPhone X.  Verizon made the transition very easy, and just about all my settings and apps came over from my old phone while I waited in the store.  This swap had me take another look at some of the better, but lesser known, features of the…
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Tuesday Tip: Free Language Lessons with Duolingo

By Courtney Rose If you’ve ever wanted to learn a new language and increase your vocabulary, a great way to do so is with an app called Duolingo. You can use it on iPhone, Android, and via your online browser. They make the app and web portal easy to navigate, and there are 81 different…
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Tuesday Tip: 5 Useful Google Chrome Extensions

By Courtney Rose Google Chrome is a super useful and lightweight internet browser, especially if you use Gmail as your email provider and all the applications Google has to offer, such as Drive, Calendar, and Maps. When you’re signed in to the Google Chrome browser, it will remember passwords you use so you don’t have…
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Tuesday Tip: Protect Yourself on Public Wi-Fi

By Richard Stokes We last wrote a tip on public Wi-Fi back in 2015, so it’s time to revisit the topic again because free Wi-Fi is now everywhere (hotels, airports, coffee shops, restaurants, etc.). There are also a lot of different schools of thought on how safe they are and whether we really need to…
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Tuesday Tip: Atlanta Be Hands-Free (Earbuds Review)

By Tony Coughlin Last month, the hands-free law was passed here in our beautiful city of Atlanta. In theory, the days of giving the stink eye to the folks who ruined your commute because they merged into each other on 285 are coming to an end. I personally love rubbernecking as I creep past them…
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Tuesday Tip: Bad Stela! Good Stela! (3 Car-Tech Safety Features)

By Tony Rushin I’ve had my Tesla Model 3 – which I named “Stela” – barely more than two months, and there have already been three software updates bringing me more functionality. I like waking up to new features in my car!  Today I’m highlighting 3 technology-enabled safety features that are available on my Model…
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