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Why I chose IPVanish as My VPN

Why I chose IPVanish as My VPN

| August 11, 2017 | 0 Comments

Now that I have the Amazon Fire TV Stick and am able to watch a ton of movies, I decided to get a VPN to hinder the tracking of my viewing pleasure. Not only that, I’ve come to find out that cable companies can not only track my online usage, but they are allowed to sell […]

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Jail Break Amazon Fire TV Stick

Jail Break Amazon Fire TV Stick

| August 2, 2017 | 0 Comments

Back in January or February of this year I was told about the Amazon Fire TV Stick and the fact that it could be modified to stream movies, sports and live TV for free. The modification is known as “jail breaking.” The person telling me about jail breaking the Amazon Fire TV Stick had been […]

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What to Do When Craigslist Flags and Removes Your Item

What to Do When Craigslist Flags and Removes Your Item

| May 3, 2017 | 2 Comments

I’ve been buying and selling items on Craigslist for several years. A lot of the refurbished furniture in my house was purchased on Craigslist. In addition to the items I refurbished and kept, I was able to refurbish and sell many pieces. Last month I put two maple dressers for sale on Craigslist. The dressers […]

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Smartphone Comparison Shopping

Smartphone Comparison Shopping

| February 23, 2017 | 0 Comments

Never did I ever think there would come a time when this grandma would not going shopping without her smartphone (being the late comer to the smartphone party that I am). I don’t necessarily need it so much for phone conversations or texting although I’ve done both on occasion. What I really use the phone […]

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International Travel, Consumer Cellular and Facebook Messenger

International Travel, Consumer Cellular and Facebook Messenger

| August 25, 2016 | 0 Comments

I’m a US citizen that recently went on a 10-day holiday across the pond to the UK. Before leaving the US I researched to see if my cell phone would work while overseas. I went to the Consumer Cellular site with fingers crossed looking for a way to use my cell phone outside of the United […]

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What to Do with My Old Moto G Smartphone?

What to Do with My Old Moto G Smartphone?

| May 6, 2016 | 0 Comments

After purchasing a new iPhone and still getting used to all the bells, whistles and tricks, I was wondering what to do with my old Moto G cell phone. It’s only 8 gigabytes in size so it can’t do very much. 8 GB doesn’t offer much space for uploading photos and videos, but, I can […]

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Creating a Portable iPhone Workstation

Creating a Portable iPhone Workstation

| March 16, 2016 | 4 Comments

The beauty of owning a large cell phone like the iPhone 6s Plus is that it can double as a workstation. Yes, I’m writing this post on my iPhone using a combination of Dragon’s Dictation and the portable keyboard. It’s amazing what a phone can accomplish now a days. Finding the Right iPhone Keyboard Finding […]

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OtterBox Defender Case for iPhone Protection

OtterBox Defender Case for iPhone Protection

| March 7, 2016 | 0 Comments

Now that I’m the proud owner of an iPhone, the first order of the day is to protect my investment. I’ve never spent so much money on a small piece of electronic equipment in my life, so it is important to do what I must to keep it in one piece. Remember the video of […]

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Grandma Buys an iPhone

Grandma Buys an iPhone

| March 1, 2016 | 0 Comments

Well I went and did it. I jumped into the deep end of the pool. I decided to get an iPhone, so I ended up with the iPhone 6s Plus. This is my first experience in Appleland. Well, not really. Some time ago I had an iPod Nano that I liked very much until the […]

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Learn to Speak Spanish with Duolingo (it’s free)

Learn to Speak Spanish with Duolingo (it’s free)

| February 23, 2016 | 0 Comments

Not too long ago I did a quick review on a website called Duolingo. It’s helping me to learn how to speak Spanish. Back when I did the review I was 6% Spanish fluent. Now, according to Duolingo, I’m a whopping 30% fluent (I’m taking it slow). In my earlier review I failed to mention […]

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