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OK, so I’ve seen a ton of posts from people all over the Internet complaining about how they can never get a USB cable to plug in right the first time. Some of my friends ask me, “Hey, Miguel… How the $#*$ do you get your USB cable to plug in properly every single time?!?!” For those of you who don’t want to buy a $2000 plane ticket just to come see me plug a USB cable in, I’ve decided to up the ante on this subject and make your dreams come true. Once I’m done with you, you can rest assured that career opportunities as a USB cable plug guy will rain upon you like fresh drops of apple nectar. In other words, there’s no such thing as a career in plugging USB cables. I just thought you’d know that.
Your gadgets have served you well perhaps for some years already, but it doesn’t hurt to have a look at some new ones that are worth shelling out some greenbacks on. I think it’s about time we talk about some new and exciting technologies that may just be the solution to many of your problems. We’re talking about portable “take it with you” USB device chargers, smart refrigerators, apps that let you reinforce positive behavior from children, and cable organizers that actually work. That’s enough babble. Let’s hop into the introductions!
First off, I’d like to take a moment to say something that’s in your superior interest: What will be discussed in this article is just a couple of radical things that people have done to fix issues in their computers. Sometimes, it might work, but it usually has negative effects on the system overall. You should only try these things if you’ve already lost all hope and are going to throw your computer out anyway. Got it? Good!
We’ve seen all sorts of improvements in our lives brought about by portable computing. We have tablets, smartphones, etc. But have you noticed the great supply of portable scanners we have followed by a low demand? Perhaps the public doesn’t know they exist? What about portable printers? How can people not buy those?
It’s been a while since we’ve tormented the Internet with our naughty words about crazy technology, and it’s about time we make a comeback, don’t you think?! A company called Nest came up with a new funky thermostat, cleverly called the “Nest Thermostat.” This thermostat is supposed to help regulate the amount of energy you consume in your home for climate control devices such as air conditioning and central heating.
The Tech Guy may not be the most paramount example of overnight success in the world, but it’s a site that’s been growing at a rather healthy pace, and I’ve had the fortune of having very good relationships and readers throughout the site’s history. The site’s barely a year old, but I certainly got me some bragging rights about its current success. That said, I’ve had my first interview with a friend who owns a site called Marginal Boundaries, a blog dedicated to the expat lifestyle.
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Do you remember your first smartphone? What about your first MP3 player? Your first computer? Here’s the big question: do you know where they are now? There was a time when you couldn’t wait to get your hands on those products. Then a better device came along and last year’s models were forgotten. But all of your old computers, devices and gadgets still exist somewhere, in some form. So what exactly happens to all of those electronics when you throw them out?
Today, we’re going to talk about something that’s been looming over the horizon recently and causing lots of people to panic. There’s been a lot of talk about the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA, in short) and its potential effects on the Internet, and I’ve decided to interview experts and executives from different corners of the country who are both for and against CISPA. If you want to get the latest scoop on what corporations and experts are saying about CISPA, read on. If you don’t have any clue what CISPA is, we’ll talk about it right now.
Remember that lady who changed your diapers while you were busy giving her a hernia and some gray hairs? Remember that lady that cleaned up after you messes at school and gave you a free ride the first 18 or so years of your life? I remember that lady, and I call her “mom.” We’ve all got one of those ladies in our lives, and sometimes some of us men are even lucky enough to get married to a lady like that (You know who you are!). What kind of person would you be if you didn’t take at least one day of the year to wish your mom a happy Mother’s Day?
Hey there, fellas! It’s been a while since we’ve discussed how computers work. Today, we’ll discuss how the computer’s display and graphics card work. Both of these components are essential for your computer to tell you what’s going on, and the principle has been quite the same for a long time. The display has been a part of the personal computer since its inception and should be regarded as one of those components it can’t do without. So, without further ado, let’s talk pixels!