Cyber Monday Scavenger Hunt: Clue #5 Cyber Monday Scavenger Hunt: Clue #5

Nov 20, 2012 | One Comment

I like saving money, and Cyber Monday is a great opportunity to save on the various gadgets I’ve talked about (and touched) over the past year. I’ll give you my three best Cyber Monday shopping tips: (1) make a list so you don’t get distracted by all the pretty, shiny, unnecessary items; (2) use coupon […]

Buliding a Star Wars Teddy Bear – Which One?

Sep 25, 2010 | No Comments

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This is the Mother of all Ties

Sep 17, 2010 | One Comment

Technology geeks don’t normally like to dress up. When I have to, I tend to wear jeans with a t-shirt and jacket. If I must wear a tie for some crazy reason, I wear the geekiest one I can possibly find. I can’t help it. Wearing boring dress clothes is just not who I am, […]

We Haven’t Forgotten Windows 7

Apr 21, 2010 | No Comments

Last week, we posted an offer to our readers about a security encryption program, SafeBit. There was a forty percent reduction to their usual price for the people who frequent these pages. Our write-up can be found here. Because of very bad timing and the issue with coordinating over many different time zones, we learned […]

How to Save Money on Mac Software

Dec 26, 2009 | No Comments

Add to iTunes | Add to YouTube | Add to Google | RSS Feed You know I love software, especially when I can get it at a discount. Mac Update is currently running their promo winter bundle. You can get 14 Mac Apps for only $50.00!! That is a 90% savings off of the normal […]

Protect Your Computer for Christmas

Dec 23, 2009 | One Comment

Happy Holidays! If you are one of those generous Santas who is giving a computer this holiday season, please remember to protect it with some anti-virus and anti-spyware software. It seems that the hackers / criminals are going to vary and increase their attacks in the new year. It has been reported that file sharing […]

Malware on the Rise

Dec 18, 2009 | No Comments

There are times when malware seems to be everywhere. Even a large, security conscious company like Google can be exploited. This week, Elinor Mills reported that Google Doodle had been compromised: Online scammers are taking advantage of the public’s interest in the Google Doodle to spread malware, a security firm warned on Tuesday. In so-called […]

Are You Going Shopping on Black Friday?

Nov 25, 2009 | No Comments

I’ve made my list, and I’ve checked it twice. No, it’s not Christmas yet… but it will be soon. Yes, I will be busy shopping on Black Friday. But I won’t bother getting out of my pajamas. Nor will I get up at 3am – or even leave my house! I will be shopping right […]

Tempting You to Click

Nov 25, 2009 | 2 Comments

Online advertising is so pervasive that most people barely glance at it. Advertising has become part of the Internet landscape. One way that advertisers are hoping to stir interest is to put their advertising on social network sites like Facebook and Twitter. For example, on Twitter, you would see someone you follow post a link. […]

Keep Your Computer in Tip-Top Shape

Nov 15, 2009 | One Comment

Add to iTunes | Add to YouTube | Add to Google | RSS Feed The folks at PC PitStop have been a tremendous help to our community during the time we’ve been doing live streaming. We contribute videos to their newsletters as often as possible, and they contribute to all of you via excellent and […]

Are You Ready for the Holidays?

Nov 14, 2009 | 4 Comments

Can you believe that Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and Christmas is but a few weeks away? I was aghast yesterday when I walked into a store that was playing Christmas carols… until I realized what the date was. Holy crap where did the year go? I haven’t even started to think about holiday […]

Vipre Protects Your Computer From Malware

Nov 11, 2009 | 2 Comments

There used to be the belief that if one stays away from “bad” Web sites, then malware is not a problem. That is not true, as a recent example with the New York Times illustrated. The popular news Web site was compromised, and the trusted site was serving up malicious ads: The malicious ad took […]

Identity Theft Protection

Oct 28, 2009 | No Comments

There are items in the news every day about identity theft. The obvious consequence is an unexpected financial disaster. However, it can be worse. There can be crimes committed under a stolen identity and warrants issued for the person who has had his/her identity used. And yet, it can be worse. Identity theft can be […]

Wine Coupons & Review of 2008 Mollydooker, The Boxer Shiraz

Oct 13, 2009 | One Comment

Maura Desimone has launched a new blog: My Wine Quest. Here is one of her first reviews… 2008 Mollydooker, The Boxer Shiraz Awarded 91 points by Wine Spectator I had this fabulous wine at Jak’s Grill in Seattle. They were offering it as a special. It had a big, bold fruity start, then a great […]

Make Your Life Easier When Working With Text

Oct 8, 2009 | 2 Comments

If you are working with text material frequently on the computer, you really should consider a text editing program. One that we recommend is created by a long-time supporter of Lockergnome. It is an award-winning software program from Eric Fookes called NoteTab. This program has won numerous awards and it is recognized as one of […]

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