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Getting Started With WordPress

On February 7, 2017 I’ll be teaching a class where I build a live WordPress Web site as part of the 2017 International Awards & Personalization Expo. I’ll admit it is a bit scary to build a site live, in front of a group of people. Why? Because it relies …

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Try Amazon Music Unlimited Free for 30 Days

There are all kinds of reason we listen to music. What I like, you may hate and vice versa. My choice of music may at any time vary based on my mood or the task at hand. Over the years, I’ve gotten a lot of CDs. Hundreds of them. Then …

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Tech News Digest for January 6, 2017

The Consumer Electronics Show is in full swing and some of the biggest headlines from the show are listed below. There were also a number of forward looking stories about tech in 2017 that I’ve included. There’s nothing that frustrates me more than people perpetuating Facebook hoaxes and I’ve listed …

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Follow Up on 9-Port 60 Watt USB 3.0 Hub

Back in late September I wrote 9-Port 60 Watts USB 3.0 Hub with 2 Smart Charging Ports. The links included below to Amazon are affiliate links and I do receive a small commission if you buy something. When we recently got a new computer in the office, all of the …

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Tech News Digest for December 30, 2016

It is very close to the end of 2016 as I write this. Of course that means that there are a number of articles about the best and worst aspects of 2016. I’ve included a few of them in the list below. There are also stories about murder, companies left …

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Compact Powerful Flashlight Is Must-Have Tool

It was Christmas weekend and I had my head behind a computer. Between eyesight that isn’t as good as it used to be and low light, I couldn’t reach things the way I wanted. I needed flashlight and I keep one close. Only one problem, the batteries were dead and …

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Recap of Three Year Expansion of Unleashed Web Family

As the calendar rolled over to the year 2014, there was only one active Web site for us here at Unleashed. Yes, we technically had a second site but it simply pointed back to the main site. All of the products, services and content were stored on the unleash.com site. …

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Tech News Digest for December 23, 2016

Christmas is upon us and the new year is near. This means that tech news has slowed down in the last week. It will go crazy again after the first of the year. I’ve still rounded up some news of interest on a variety of topics. Below are the headlines, …

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Tech Gifts That I’ve Personally Enjoyed

Each year I write a post each Wednesday after some type of hardware. Maybe I missed one or two weeks throughout the year. Often I write about something because I was looking for a product myself and I have purchased a number of the items for myself. Today I wanted …

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Converting a Stock Graphic Into a Logo

Recently I started working with a new client on a Web site. We can discuss the Web site in a future post. Today I wanted to focus on how the logo was built. When we met, the client had already purchased a bitmap graphic to be used as a starting …

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Tech News Digest for December 16, 2016

There was a lot of very interesting tech news this week. Some is exciting, some is funny and some can be a little scary. I don’t try to put the headlines in any specific order because each of us may have more interest in some news than others. Make sure …

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Get Discounted CoCut and Free Rhinestone Artwork

We’ve offered the CoCut package as a tool for directly cutting from CorelDRAW and Illustrator for a few years. The manufacturer reached out to us about offering a limited time discounted price. While that sounded great, I wanted to offer even more and they agreed. As I said, this is …

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Tech News Digest for December 9, 2016

Multiple sources making ways to extend WiFi throughout your home or office. Smartwatches are dying and Pebble being sold to FitBit. A new Windows 10 iteration coming in Spring, learn what’s new and how MS-DOS is being removed. Is this the end for Apple? These headlines are more are covered …

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AKASO Action Camera Low-Cost Alternative to GoPro

I love GoPro cameras, but I’ve not yet been able to justify the cost to get one for myself. I wrote about their most recent release in GoPro HERO5 Adds Touch Screen, Native Water Resistance. As part of that post, I mentioned getting a chance to spend time (underwater) with …

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Details Matter When Adding Products to Shopping Cart

I love designing Web sites for clients. My favorite type of sites are e-commerce because I can see that the clients are selling products or services. Want to know more about the service? Go to our e-commerce page. In most cases, we use a shopping cart named WP-EasyCart and it …

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Give Your Project More Wood With Seamless Textures

Many of you work with products that involve wood. So we’ve created a great collection of seamless wood textures that you can use to depict your products. This great new collection of 144 different wood seamless textures that can be added to any design you desire with just a few …

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Tech News Digest for December 2, 2016

It seems like there are a lot of hackers going after your money and identity in a variety of ways. It may be a pop-up, it may be fake news or it could be a JPG file. Below are stories on all three. Users of iOS devices are seeing lots …

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Preparing to Install Software on a New Machine

In yesterday’s post, I mentioned that we had finally ordered a new machine for the office. It won’t arrive for at least a couple of weeks so we have plenty of time to prepare for installing software. Before I get into the process, I’m going to refer back to a …

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Let J&N Computer Services Build Computer For You

Each Wednesday, I suggest some sort of electronic gadget with many of them being a computer component or something useful with a computer. That can include motherboards, processors, memory, hard drives and other parts. Some of you are comfortable buying the parts and building a computer yourself. I’m guessing the …

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