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Why is a Mac More Secure Than a Windows PC?

If most Mac owners don't use an Anti-Virus, why do they have fewer viruses?


Billions of dollars are spent each year on Anti-Viruses and other Internet Security programs, yet almost none of it is from Apple Mac owners. Based on that, you might think that Macs would be less secure, but that's not the case. Even without anti-virus software, they rarely have to deal with viruses, malware, spyware, ransomware, trojans, and all sorts of nasty security problems.

While I can name quite a few reasons, there is one particular feature of a Mac that stands out above every other reason. There is a built-in feature in Apple's MacOS that specifically prevents you from installing programs from unknown publishers. Here's how it works.

When you buy a new Mac, the default setting in the s... [More]

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Apple FaceTime is Missing One Thing...

Why doesn't Apple's FaceTime have a way to leave a Voice or Video Message?


Ever since the invention of the telephone, people have dreamed of the day when video calling will replace regular calling as the most common way to communicate with friends and family. Although many companies have tinkered with various video conferencing platforms, Apple's FaceTime was the first one that caught on. The problem is they left out one important feature that is a central part of regular calling, the ability to leave a message when the other person doesn't answer.

There's no reason why somebody calling using FaceTime Audio, or even Video shouldn't have the same functionality as a regular phone, and be able to leave a voice, or even a video message.

A "Close All" Option

Don't you wish there was a quick way to close all your programs and documents at once?


At any given time, most of us have a lot programs, documents, and windows open at the same time. This can not only be distracting, but it can eat up a lot of resources, making your computer slower.

Sometimes the best solution is to shut everything down and restart, but that can be time consuming too. I think the best alternative would be for Microsoft and Apple to give people a quick option that simply says "Close All", that systematically closes every window, program, and document, just like it does when you select the Restart, Shutdown, or Power Down in Widows or MacOS, except that after closing everything, it keeps running. This saves the time waiting for it to re-boot.

The Print Screen Key... That Doesn't Print?

Shouldn't the PrintScreen Key... print the screen?


One of the most confusing things on a Windows PC is that stupid, Print Screen Key. People ask me about it all the time. It seems to just take up space, so why is it even there?

Ever since the first IBM PC in the early 80s, the keyboard has had a PrintScreen key. Back in those pre-Windows days, whenever you hit the key, the computer printed whatever was on the screen. It was pretty simple, and you didn't need to load any software to do it. It was built-in, so every DOS program could use it.

When you hit the Print Screen key in Windows, it doesn't print the screen, make any sounds, or even give you a message, so a lot of people assume it doesn't do anything at all, but what it actually does is COPY the screen to the CLIP... [More]

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Shut Up and Sing (Updated)

There's a time and place for politics... and its NOT at a concert.


I hate when celebrities preach politics to their audience, so I posted a video about it a while back. This video expands on what I said earlier to clarify my position.

In a nutshell, my main point is that celebrities shouldn't use their fame to promote their political agenda to their audience. That said, I also want to make it clear that I am not suggesting that they shouldn't speak their minds. This is a free country. There is absolutely nothing wrong with getting on their soapbox and talking about politics. My point is there is a time and place for political talk, and it's it is out of place at a show.

When somebody goes to a show expecting to be entertained, they shouldn't get a lecture about politic... [More]

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The Car Window Problem

Sometimes car makers overlook simple problems.


Don't you hate when you get into your car in the morning only to realize you left the window open the night before... and it just rained?

Most cars today will warn you if you leave the headlights on, and they'll warn you if you leave the keys in the ignition... so why on earth don't they warn you when you leave a window open?

Do You Need to Use Hashtags?

Have you ever wondered why some people use #hashtags, and some people don't?


I posted something about this subject a while back, but I decided to post a slightly shorter version that gets right to the point.

Simply stated, if you don't have a lot of followers, very few people will see your posts on social media. When you add a hashtag to your post, you will not only reach your small number of followers, but you'll also reach anyone who is specifically searching for posts with that hashtag.

Depending on the hashtag, it would potentially reach quite a lot more people.

The HIDDEN Rebel Base in Star Wars?

If it was so important to keep the location of the HIDDEN Rebel Base a secret, why did Princess Leia make it so easy for the Empire to find it?


Think about it. After enduring hours of torture, Princess Leia still refused to disclose the location of the Rebel Base, which shows you just how important it was to keep it a secret, yet somehow she flew directly to the base, even though she KNEW the Empire was tracking the Millennium Falcon. That's pretty strange.

If somebody was looking for you, and you knew the car you were driving had some kind of tracking device, wouldn't your first move be to get rid of the car as soon as possible? That's exactly what they did. Instead of simply landing on the nearest planet and swapping their ship for one that wasn't being tracked, they flew... [More]

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Is Apple at the Cutting Edge?

The trouble with buying a new Mac is it might be old, before you even take it home.


One of the great things about Apple is they tend to be at the cutting edge of just about every new technology, which often leads to a longer shelf life. I've got 5 Macs right now, including a 17 inch 2011 MacBook Pro, which still outperforms just about any Windows laptop sold in stores.

That said, having a long shelf life is only possible if you get your Mac at the start of a new "product cycle", which is the time between the launch of a new product, and it's subsequent replacement with a newer model.

In my case, I bought my 2011 MacBook right after it was released so it took a while before some of the components became outdated, but some of Apple's current Mac lineup haven't been updated i... [More]

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We all know Han Solo needed his reward money in the Original Star Wars. What happened to it?


This has bugged me for years. If Han Solo knew there was a price on his head, why didn't he find some way to give Jabba The Hutt his reward? After all, having bounty hunters chasing him around the galaxy isn't exactly helpful to the rebellion, especially since he had the reward in his hands.

Think about it. At the end of the Original Star Wars (now known as Episode IV, A New Hope), Han Solo had the reward and was on his way to deliver it to Jabba The Hutt. We know he had a change of heart, and decided to pitch in and destroy the Death Star. Okay. Fine. That took him an extra 5 minutes, at most.

Once the Death Star was gone, all he had to do was bring the money back to Tatooi... [More]

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The HIDDEN Cost of Loyalty Tags

Toll tags like E-ZPass are great, but there's a hidden agenda.


Toll tags are being used like poker chips in a casino, they keep you from thinking of them as money, which is why politicians love them so much. It makes it easier for you to forget how much you pay each time you go through a toll.

People in casinos bet more when they use poker chips than they would if they had to take cash out of their pockets for each bet. That's the magic of tokenizing money. We don't think of it the same as we would with cash. Credit cards have the same effect on people, which is why stores love them.
How does this relate to toll tags like E-ZPass?

Ever since the introduction of toll collection systems, customers are less and less aware of increasing prices of tolls. Making matters worse,... [More]

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Loyalty Cards Need THESE Changes...

I've got a problem with Loyalty Cards. Here's how to make them better.


Just about every major retail store and restaurant has a Loyalty Card program that lets you get discounts and other perks just for using your card. While I don't have a problem with the concept, there's definitely room for improvement.

Every Loyalty Card is based on a simple trade. You get a discount, in exchange for giving them a way to track your purchases. While I don't have a problem with them collecting this information, I think retailers need a bit more transparency in what they collect.

Here are two suggestions.

First, since they're collecting all this information, doesn't it make sense to give customers a way of seeing their transaction history? This can be particularly useful for keepin... [More]

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You've Gotta Have Thick Skin...

The Internet. You will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy. We must be careful what we post.


I don't know why, but the Internet has the ability to turn the most innocent people into Internet Trolls. Within minutes of posting ANYTHING publicly on social media, you're guaranteed to see an endless stream of insults from people you've never met, and even some from people you know. Relax. Don't take it personal. That's how the Internet Works.

The strange thing about it is that most of these comments come from people who would never dream of saying something negative to you in person, but the pseudo anonymity of the Internet somehow brings out the worst in people.

The trick is learning to entirely ignore the negative comments, or you'll end up in an endless... [More]

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Toll Tags and Rental Cars

Why don't rental cars have toll tags?


One of the most frustrating things about renting a car is that you can't use a toll tag like E-ZPass to speed your way through toll booths. Why is that?

Doesn't it makes sense for car rental companies to at least give renters the option to include a toll tag in the rental car, and include the cost of each toll on the bill?

Why do so many YouTubers beg you to Like, Share, Comment, and Subscribe?


You just watched this great video of a cat dressed up like a shark, riding around on a Roomba vacuum, chasing a baby duck. Now what do you do? Most people don't do anything at all. They either pick another video, go to another website, or just get back to work.

While there's nothing wrong with that, if you liked the video, what you really should do is return the favor by simply clicking Like, Share, Comment, and / or Subscribe to the channel. It only takes a fraction of a second, but it really makes a big difference to to people who posted the video.

YouTube is free, so you can watch as many videos as you like without paying a cent, but taking that one extra step by clicking one of the Like, Share,... [More]

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P2P SmartPhone Payments

If the future of money is digital, we need a quick way to exchange money between people, not just stores.


I love the idea of an E-Wallet. The only problem is it's only useful when you make purchases online or in stores. When it comes to paying from person to person, our options are still pretty limited.

Other than PayPal, there are virtually no effective ways to pay individuals, but even PayPal has a lot of limits, because the recipient needs to have a PayPal account and share their email address with you.

What we really need is a fast, and secure way to exchange money between people, without sharing card numbers, phone numbers, or even your email address with strangers. SmartPhones have the potential to make this happen, using the same tap to pay technology used when pa... [More]

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How Great Speaker Systems SHOULD Work

Great speaker systems should have sound sensors to automatically calibrate them for your room.


You just spent over $500 on a new home theater system, but somehow it doesn't quite sound the way it should. It's not your fault. You followed all the instructions... You took it out of the box, ran a few wires, plugged in the speakers, then turned it on. What more can you do?

The real problem is that the manufacturers failed to compensate for the unique characteristics of YOUR room. Every room is different. Large rooms sound different from smaller ones. Rooms with hard floors sound different from carpeted ones, and every single item in your room, including the furniture and even your windows, doors and curtains have an impact on the sound you'll hear.

Not only that, but your... [More]

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The Problem With Apple's Keyboard Choices

Apple spent a lot of time on their new MacBook Pro TouchBar, but they're still overlooking their other keyboard choices.


Apple makes exactly two keyboards. One is wired, the other is wireless. Clearly the Wired Keyboard is a much better keyboard. Why is that?

Apple's Wired USB Keyboard is a full sized keyboard with larger, more distinct arrow keys, a traditional numeric keypad on the side, and dedicated keys for home, end, page up, page down, etc.

The Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard, is nearly 6 inches shorter, has poor arrow and navigation keys, and no number pad. This is the keyboard that comes standard in just about every Mac, except the MacBook.

I can't understand why Apple doesn't have third option, a full-sized, Bluetooth wireless keyboard.

Home Miniature Golf Table... Invention Idea

Here's my idea bringing the joy of Mini-Golf into your own home.


Great inventions often come from finding new ways to adapt existing technology to an all new purpose. That's how today's Idea of the Day came about.

We've all see 3D Impression Pin Boxes before. They're little toy boxes with thousands of little pins that slide back and forth taking the shape of whatever you put behind it. It dawned on me that if you made a box the size of a pool table, then created an automated way to set the position of the pins, it would be able to take the shape of all sorts of 3D surfaces... like an infinitely programmable miniature golf course!

Think about it, you could use your mobile phone to download and configure the table to make each hole unique, including virtual sand traps and... [More]

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The World's FUNNIEST JOKE?

According to a team of scientists, THIS is the world's FUNNIEST JOKE!


Science has been a lifelong passion of mine, so I read a lot of scientific books and magazines. What fascinates me most is the diversity of subjects that scientists choose to study, including of all things, comedy.

Apparently, a bunch of scientists not only studied the possible biological origins of comedy and laughter, including why some animals share the ability to laugh, some of them even decided to look for the "World's Funniest Joke".

The result, is the joke you'll see in today's YouTube video. In the interest of science, I'm sure they spent a lot of time doing research using objective criteria, and while I did find the joke pretty funny, the big question remains... Is this the world's funniest jok... [More]

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Beeping Ceiling Fans!

Isn't it a pain the the neck trying to change the speed of your fan, when you can't figure out what speed its at?


Just about everyone has at least one ceiling fan, and most of them work the same way. You pull the string, and the fan goes on. Each time you pull it after that, the speed of the fan slows down. The trouble is, when you walk into the room, you might not be able to tell what speed it's at, to know how many times to pull it to make it go off.

Half the time, you guess wrong, pull it too many times, and instead of shutting it off, you end up making it go full speed.

The solution is simple. Fans should have a distinct beep to let you know what speed it's at. Then, each time you pull the chain, you won't have to guess how many pulls you'll need to shut it off.

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