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I've been looking at the Microsoft Edge web browser on my laptop for a while now and wondered why I would use it. I use Google Chrome and am happy with it, but I was curious about this new web browser. What did it have to offer that Chrome didn't? I knew that Edge didn't... Continue Reading →
I've always seen Goodreads as a poorly designed web site with a very active reading community with a lot to offer...if you search through the menus. A part of the reason for the sloppiness is that Goodreads does a lot more than keep a database of the books you've read. Goodreads allows people to push... Continue Reading →
With unlimited backups, advanced photo editing tools, mobile (Android and iOS) and PC apps, web access, easy sharing and search, Google Photos has become my go-to app for organizing and editing my pics. With the added ability to cast your pictures and videos directly to your television via Chromecast, it's a must-have app for any... Continue Reading →
It’s amazing how important our cell phone numbers are today. Cell phone numbers are as important as a social security number these days, so be careful where you give it out. Facebook still does not have my cell phone number, and I refuse to give it to them now. When Facebook started asking for my... Continue Reading →
Although I don’t use any of the apps on the list, there are a few that surprised me. It’s always good to know what you’re putting on your phone.Do Not Install These 10 Popular Android Apps
Although I confess to not being a huge Snapchat user, I don’t see Snapchat as a Twitter contender. Maybe it’s time to view each social media service on its own terms and not compare them. Each one offers a different service that caters to a different crowd with different tastes and age groups. Facebook is... Continue Reading →