Tag: pop

Before Sharing Your Plex Media Server

If you have a Plex Media Server, you know how convenient it is to have access to your media anywhere you go and on any device. Having access your media (music or videos) is something that you can easily go to your friends and family and brag on how awesome it is; you might even …

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Stop eM client Operation Errors

I really hate to go into this, but eM client has become very frustrating over the past couple weeks. EM client is an email application that looks very close to Microsoft Outlook and has a lot of the same functionality. The problem that I’ve been seeing lately is that while using eM client, the applications …

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Smart watches are stupid

I keep seeing more and more stories pop up about smart watches, but I really can’t see a device like that being even remotely attractive. It’s interesting to me that companies like Sony are even going after anything having to do with a watch. I haven’t worn a watch in so many years; I can’t …

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How To Remove Ads From Skype

A little while back, Microsoft started placing advertisements in to the Skype application. I understand that Skype is, for the most part, a free application that extended to the public because of the advertisements that can be placed into it. The thing I didn’t like about the advertisements, as I understand it, is that Microsoft …

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How can you download from YouTube? 5 Easy Options.

This is a very short post in comparisons to others I normally do… A friend of mine was asking me the other day what options are there to download from YouTube. The answer isn’t really that hard if you have ever typed in a search in Google before. The answers and options are right there. …

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The new Facebook Messenger – but do you need it?

I was kind of surprised to see this new application/feature of Facebook being offered to everyone. I mean, did you happen to notice the pop-up window in the bottom right-hand corner? I thought it was interesting that Facebook would offer something like this considering that Facebook has an open protocol, jabber, that will let pretty …

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Digsby: How to manually setup Facebook chat to use Jabber

Digsby is effortlessly one of my favorite Instant Messenger applications, but a few weeks ago I just couldn’t handle the amount of Facebook stuff it was throwing in my face. There were pop-up’s and distractions from the application I just found too distracting. And while I could’ve gone in to the settings and turn off …

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Calling the wrong number via Texting can be funny?

The times when I was much younger, I can recall calling people at random at 3-4am and telling them that there was an elephant in the back yard and it was flying… and you could do that with anonymity because back then you didn’t had caller id. Let’s see, we didn’t have caller id, call …

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Android v2.3.3 to have screenshot without rooting

So, roughly 2 weeks after I post a article about android not having the ability to do screenshots, information from the android forums indicates that version 2.3.3 will have the ability built into the android platform builder do screenshots without having the android operating system rooted. I starting to wonder about Google’s stance on security …

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Review: TeamViewer 6 – A Must have.

Two years ago, I did a review on TeamViewer and back then I was impressed with the Remote Desktop abilities of the version they had then. I have been so impressed with the growth of TeamViewer and consistent and high level of service they provide. It’s clear that they have chose to take their product/service …

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