7 Work From Home Tips I've Learned in 10+ Years of Doing It

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The technical name for the sound of a rumbling stomach is “borborygmus”, the sound made by the movement of fluid and gas in the intestinal tract.

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TODAY'S TOP STORY 7 Work From Home Tips I’ve Learned in 10+ Years of Doing It

The number of people working from home has skyrocketed in recent years, but it’s old news for some of us. I’ve been WFH for 10+ years and¬†I’ve learned a lot in that time. Here are some tips I’ve picked up. Read More »

Windows 10 Really Wants You to Upgrade Already

Windows 11 has been out for more than a year, but there are still some holdouts that have, thus far, stayed on Windows 10. While Microsoft’s older OS is still usable today, Microsoft really wants you to update¬†if you have the chance, and Windows 10 is adding a new alert to remind you. Read More »

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7 PowerPoint Features You Should Use During Presentations

As you may already know, Microsoft PowerPoint offers a robust feature set for creating presentations. But what kind of tools are useful for actually presenting a slideshow? We’ll walk you through several features that can help you engage your audience. Read More »

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT “What If We Put It In Space?” Is the New Go-To Solution to Earth Problems

In most space movies, the answer to every problem is usually to slingshot around the moon or go through a black hole. But here on Earth, we have to find more creative solutions to our problems, like heaving everything into space. Read More »

The New Volkswagen ID.3 Doesn’t Have Enough Buttons

The all-electric Volkswagen ID.3 started rolling off assembly lines in 2020, and VW has been hard at work on¬†a second-generation model. Now,¬†Volkswagen has shared some details about the next version. Read More »

Get Apple’s Fastest MacBook Air Laptops Ever for $150 Off

Apple’s latest MacBook Air 13.6-inch laptop is a versatile option that’s ready to hit the road at a great discounted price of¬†$1,349 ($150 off). The ultra-thin laptop is powered by Apple’s newest Apple M2 chip, complete with at least 8 cores capable of handling your biggest projects. Read More »

Apple’s New 10th Gen iPad Is Now $50 Off

Apple revealed the latest version of the regular iPad back in October, with an updated design, faster hardware, and (finally) a USB Type-C port. Now it’s on sale for $399, a discount of $50. Read More »

This Tool Can Boot Multiple OSes From a USB Drive

Ventoy has been a popular utility for a while, allowing you to store multiple bootable ISO images on a single USB drive. Now there’s an update rolling out that makes it even better. Read More »

Should You Use Tor Over VPN or VPN Over Tor?

If you’ve looked into how you can browse anonymously, you may have come across the idea of combining a VPN with¬†Tor. That involves choosing, though, between VPN over Tor and Tor over VPN. Let’s go over what these terms mean and which you should use. Read More »

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Cyber security threats are everywhere in our personal lives and the professional world, and the best way to stop them in their tracks is to understand them inside and out. In Mastering Cyber Intelligence, you'll learn how to develop and drive a threat intelligence program by collecting data, setting up a team, exploring intelligence frameworks, and more. Get started by downloading your free copy today. This offer ends on Wednesday, December 14, 2022.

The Best Car Phone Mounts of 2022

If you don’t have Android Auto or Apple CarPlay in your vehicle, you’ll use your smartphone for directions and listening to music. A car phone mount can ensure your device is in an easy-to-see place so you can use it while driving. Read More »

25 Awesome Board Game Stocking Stuffers for Under $25

You don’t need a massive budget or a massive table to enjoy these games. Here are twenty-five really fun games you can slip into a stocking without breaking the bank. Read More »

How Much Does It Cost to Charge Your Smartphone for a Year?

Most of us charge our phones without a second thought because they’re such an indispensable part of modern life. But how much are we spending annually keeping them fully charged and ready for action? Read More »

Here's Everything Coming to Netflix the Week of Dec. 5, 2022

The holiday season is officially here, and whether you want all the Christmas content you can get your hands on or would prefer to skip the whole thing, Netflix has something for you. Read More »

12 Apple TV Features You Should Be Using

The Apple TV and the tvOS platform lets you easily stream video, wirelessly cast mobile devices, and even play games on your TV. If you have one or are thinking about getting one, here are some of the best features you should take advantage of. Read More »


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AI-based image generators like DALL-E 2 have boomed in popularity. People love to enter bizarre prompts and see what gets spit out. Midjourney is one of the more advanced tools for this, and you can try it now. Read More »




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