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Back to school: maximizing WordPress productivity

access_timeAugust 15, 2013

Kicking ass on WordPress I’ve always had a problem with rushing through things with the mindset that I already understood the basics behind any given

What is Wardriving and how does it work?

access_timeAugust 14, 2013

The above video shows an investigation I did for WFTV-TV in Orlando, Florida a few years ago about how people have the ability to peer

Alleged killer publicly posts image of dead wife on Facebook, company states it doesn’t violate policy

access_timeAugust 8, 2013

  UPDATE: Facebook has taken the profile in question offline. This post has been updated to reflect their follow-up response. File this one under learning

Update allows you to import videos to Instagram

access_timeAugust 8, 2013

It’s finally here, perhaps the most requested update for Instagram. Now users of the app can import videos to Instagram. Both iPhone and Android users

A trip back home to Scandia, Minnesota

access_timeJuly 30, 2013

It’s always a good idea to take a break. If you’re not careful, it’s easy to get busy and stay that way; forgetting to slow

Surviving the week thanks to the Geico camel commercial

access_timeJuly 24, 2013

Once in a great while, a commercial comes along that will make me stop in my tracks and literally laugh out loud. In an age

Years of interruptible foldback

access_timeJuly 19, 2013

If you watch any amount of television news, chances are you’ve seen a news anchor or reporter put their finger up to the side of

Wedding party attack photos are all the rage

access_timeJuly 17, 2013

 Now that I’m officially engaged this post is a lot more interesting. Ahhhh, the possibilities. Take a look back at your wedding photos. For those

Before and after: Photoshopped celebrity pictures

access_timeJuly 12, 2013

  I’m a big fan of Photoshop. In fact, I bet I use it every other day, if not every day. It’s a program that

GeekLift: Save Instagram photos without posting, iPhone screen grabs & AT&T selling data opt-out

access_timeJuly 11, 2013

Good Thursday to you all. Today’s GeekLift centers around the iPhone (forgive me) and has a nod to privacy if you’re an AT&T customer. If

Lav microphone for iPhone could help TV news stations

access_timeJuly 10, 2013

If you work in television news, you know all about budget cuts. Actually, if you work in any industry, you may have noticed the effects

Asiana crash image gallery

access_timeJuly 6, 2013

A Boeing 777-200 operated by Asiana Airlines crashed while landing at San Francisco International Airport, CA.  Flight OZ-214 originated in Seoul-Incheon International Airport, South Korea.

Asiana crash audio – air traffic control

access_timeJuly 6, 2013

Asiana crash audio from air traffic control Saturday, July 6, 2013: Here is a stripped down audio from air traffic control of the Asiana Airlines

GeekLift: DirecTV box lagging, carrier settings update, make fireworks in iTunes

access_timeJuly 4, 2013

It may be the 4th of July, but that doesn’t mean your tech problems go away. Happy Independence Day, first and foremost. We should all

CBS4’s Al Sunshine retirement news

access_timeJuly 4, 2013

TV News is a unique business in that you can’t get too comfortable. That’s been my experience, anyway. For most people in the industry, maintaining