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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: Security and High-Tech Scammers

High tech scammers can hit close to home, and are as close as an email. We all should all be wary of opening things in emails from people we don’t know. But in my recent experience, scammers are also work the phones, and they can be persuasive. Read the rest...


Mac Q & A: Another Scam from macsystemalerts.com

Now I’m getting a screen in Safari from macsystemalerts.com that says “YOUR BROWSER HAS BEEN LOCKED.” It gives a number to call 1-800-680-4131. That’s not an Apple phone number. I can close Safari, but this must be a scam. Read the rest...