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Tuesday Tip: Re-Docking Your Laptop

By Kate O’Neal Speaking from personal experience, and some of you who use docking stations can likely sympathize with me, there is nothing more frustrating than when you undock your laptop to take it to a meeting, and after the meeting, you quickly close your laptop because you’re in a hurry to get back to…
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Tuesday Tip: “Life’s Too Short for Bad WiFi”

By David Gracey That’s the tagline for the hardware manufacturer Eero. Three months ago, the Gracey clan was in desperate need of improved WiFi for the home. We had two WiFi access points which struggled to adequately cover our two-story home, plus basement. As a result, the kids got used to doing their homework in…
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Tuesday Tip: Georgia Hands-Free Law and Android Auto

By Courtney Rose The Georgia Hands-Free Law went into effect on July 1st, and while I’ve always been adamant about absolutely no texting and driving, I was sometimes guilty of taking a quick look at my phone at a stoplight. Under this new law, stoplight texting is illegal, as is holding/touching your phone at all…
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Tuesday Tip: Apple Did It Again – AirPods!

By Kevin Jackman One of my biggest pet peeves used to be getting my headphones snagged. Notice I said “used to be…” Snagged headphones is something I no longer experience due to my newly purchased Apple AirPods.  I was first introduced to AirPods by one of my coworkers. He would walk around the office with…
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Tuesday Tip: Recording Your Screen on the iPhone

By Richard Stokes Did you know there’s a way to record what you’re seeing on the screen of your iPhone even as you bounce back and forth between apps? I didn’t either! To do this, you first have to make it accessible on the Control Center. What is the Control Center, you ask? Well, that’s…
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Tuesday Tip: Forget Atlanta Traffic with the Bird App

By Tony Coughlin Midtown traffic got you down? Spread your wings and fly with Bird I cannot be the only person who wants to have a day out in the Midtown/downtown area of Atlanta. With all the amazing restaurants, breweries, and festivals, it is not a place you can be easily bored. The downside to…
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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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