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Random Tech: Google AfterLife

Not many of us like thinking of the after life – and where we might end up. So today, at Google, we’re launching a new feature called Google AfterLife that makes it easy to tell Google where you hope to go for eternity. Read the rest...


Words on WordPress: Basic Utility Plugins

I wrote an earlier piece on good basic plugins that I always use in a WordPress site that add security, help with SEO, add a contact form and more. But there is another group of plugins that I use much of the time, and they are utility plugins. Read the rest...


Rocks and Bones: Lucky the Wild Filly

If you didn’t grow up with horses and want to learn how to live around them and take care of them and ride – that’s mostly why people own horses – you sometimes take a class. Or work with horses on your own if you get the chance. Read the rest...


Rejected New Yorker Shouts Pieces: Thank You for Purchasing a Prescription of ObamaCare

Thank you for purchasing a prescription of ObamaCare. Please read and understand the following medical disclaimer: Read the rest...


Montana Arts Council State of the Arts Tech Talk: Getting Started with Online Meetings

In July, I was invited to be a presenter on a webinar arranged by a software company in California. It’s funny to think about it now, but I had to learn how to use a web service called GoToMeeting for the webinar. All this just goes to show us that there’s always something new to learn in the tech world. Read the rest...


Mac Q & A: Is applesecurityalerts.com a Scam?

I was using the web with Safari on my iMac today when I saw a dialogue box that said it was from from Apple Security and applesecurityalerts.com. It said “Your browser might have been hijacked” and then it gives a number to call 1-866-782-9808. Read the rest...