Tag Archives: technology in the 1920s

Find your family roots for free

People shell out major cash to find out more about their family’s ancestry. There’s a reason why it costs so much – it takes a lot of work to gather information that can date back decades or even centuries. If expensive subscription fees have deterred you from using online resources to fill in your family tree, there’s hope for you! ...

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Simple tips and tricks for passing most any written test

Back in my school days I usually did quite well at taking tests. I guess I was blessed with that gift. Some people are just better at taking tests than others, and it really has little, if anything, to do with intelligence or preparation. I remember several major tests and exams on which I ended up receiving higher […] The post Simple tips ...

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How to clone a hard drive or SSD by simply pushing a button

I have written several posts that explain how to clone a hard drive or SSD, and every time I think I’ve found the simplest method possible I eventually discover an even easier way to do it. Well, I’ve found yet another way, and I honestly don’t think cloning a drive could be any simpler than […] The post How to ...

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3 great “back to school” laptops for students

Well, it’s August, and that means schools all around the country are starting back up for their fall classes. In fact, several of the school systems in my area have already welcomed their students back into the classroom! The start of a new school year always means shopping for items like notebooks, pencils and such, but […] The post 3 great ...

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Guess what? It’s NOT illegal to spoof someone else’s phone number.

Have you been receiving calls and/or voice messages from what appear to be local phone numbers, but you suspect the callers are actually located from outside the local area? Or perhaps you’ve received calls from the numbers of local businesses or even people you know personally, only to discover that it’s someone else entirely? Calling […] The post Guess what? ...

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