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Be Yourself! Unless...

Why the fuss over being yourself?


Ever since you were a kid, you've been told that the most important thing in life is to always be yourself? While that sound great on paper. I wish some people would be somebody else.

In other words, if you're a great person, be yourself at all costs, but if you're a real jerk... I'd rather you be somebody else, preferably somebody nicer.

When to IGNORE Reviews

Product reviews are an important part of buying online. Unfortunately, sometimes you need to ignore them.


Like most people, before I order something online, I read as many reviews as possible, but I've learned over the years that a lot of them are fakes. The key is knowing the difference.

As a rule of thumb, when a new product launches, the first bunch of reviews are useless. Some of the early reviews will be 5 star reviews from people associated with the manufacturer, and some will be 1 star reviews from competitors trying to ruin their average score.

For this reason, whenever a product has only a handful of reviews, you should IGNORE most of the 1 or 5 star review and focus on the 3 star reviews. You will rarely see a fake 3 star review.

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Improving the Kindle PaperWhite

I wish the Kindle PaperWhite had a stylus so it can be used as a notepad / sketchbook.


There's something special about the Kindle PaperWhite. Unlike most tablets and mobile screen, you can read it outside without any glare, and the display looks and feels just like paper.

Now that the newest generations also feature a touch screen display, I think the next logical progression is to add the ability to write directly on the screen, preferably with a stylus. I've skipped a few minor upgrades over the past few years, but if they introduced a version with this feature, I'd definitely upgrade.

Star Trek is coming back to TV. Unfortunately, it'll cost you $10 per month to see it.


I've been a Star Trek fan since the early 70s, so I was super excited to hear there was a new series in the works. The series will be called "Star Trek Discovery" and it takes place about 10 years before the timeline of the original 1960s series.

It's been a while since Star Trek was on TV, so I was looking forward to the new series until I heard that you need to subscribe to their CBS All-Access service to see it. For what it's worth, I don't mind paying a monthly fee for streaming services. I already pay for Amazon Prime and Netflix, but this is different. Other than Star Trek Discovery, CBS doesn't have ANYTHING I'd be willing to pay for, so it's not worth paying $120 per year for jus... [More]

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McChicken Cordon Bleu - McDonald's Mashup

Why is the McDonald's menu so boring? They just need to mix things up a bit!


Ever since McDonald's started serving breakfast all day, I've been thinking of ways they could blend their breakfast ingredients with their dinner and lunch items. The result is a mashup between the McChicken, and the Canadian Bacon on the Egg McMuffin... Toss in a bit of cheese and you get a McChicken Cordon Bleu!

Of course, you can make this yourself by ordering both sandwiches, but why not put it on the menu? They've already got the ingredients.

Gmail's Missing Features

Why doesn't Gmail have a way to sort mail?


Ever since the earliest days of the Internet, just about every major email system has had a way to sort your inbox... except Gmail. Why is that?

Don't get me wrong, I love Gmail, but I can't understand why Google left out this fundamental feature. Even the most basic email systems out there have always had the ability to sort you mail by date, sender, title, or even by the size of the attachments, so why doesn't Google offer it?

A Cat Video Network

Since Cat Videos are so popular on the Internet, why not have one on cable TV?


Let's admit it. There's something magical about Cat Videos. They dominate YouTube and social media, so the next logical step is giving them their own 24/7 cable TV network, "The Cat Video Network".

The great thing about cat videos is they're not complicated. Those cute little buggers can put a smile on anyone's face, and they never fail to lift your spirits.

I Hate Mobile Apps With Ads

It's getting harder to find good apps these days that don't have any ads.


The other day I decided I wanted to play Roulette on my Amazon Kindle, so I went to the Kindle App Store and did a search. Unfortunately, I had a hard time finding one I liked, because most of the Apps were free, and I HATE free apps for one reason... they all have distracting ads.

Why is it so hard finding Apps without ads? When Apple introduced the concept of Mobile Apps, most of the Apps cost about $1, and none of them had ads. Eventually, developers realized they can make more money in ads than they could by selling Apps, so they focused more on free Apps than paid Apps. That's a shame, because I they're obnoxious and distracting.

Speaking of ads, another thing I hate is the way Amazon sells th... [More]

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Why iPhones Run Out of Space

It's Apple's fault that iPhones run out of space.


When people run out of space on their iPhone, the first thing they do is start deleting photos, videos, and Apps. While that may free up space for a while, it doesn't address the true cause for running out of space in the first place, and it's Apple's fault.

I created a popular video on the subject of fixing the problem, today I'm talking about the cause.

Photos and videos are definitely part of the problem, but what most people don't realize is that the real problem is WHERE those photos and videos are stored. That's because Apple stores photos and videos in two different places on your iPhone. The most obvious place is in the "Camera Roll" of your Photos App. That's where all the photos and videos you shot with your iP... [More]

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The Problem With Browser Home Pages

It's time we got rid of Browser Home Pages.


If you're reading this from a desktop computer, chances are there's a little "Home" icon somewhere in your browser that takes you to your default "Home Page". Just about every desktop browser has one, and they've been there since the first browsers were developed in the early 90s. Meanwhile, have you ever noticed that the browsers on your mobile devices don't have one? There's a good reason for this. They suck.

For what its worth, there's absolutely no reason for todays browsers to have a Home Page anymore. Desktop browsers should do exactly what mobile browsers do... take you to the last page you opened, nothing more, nothing less.

The problem with Home Pages is that web sites and software programs often exploit browser Home... [More]

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Fashion Vs Style

Everyone has a Style, whether its in Fashion or not.


Every now and then somebody will tell me something I'm wearing isn't "In-Style" anymore, but that doesn't bother me, as long as it's my style. What they really mean is that my style is no longer in fashion.

Let's say you like wearing purple turtleneck shirts with polka dots. You've got tons of them and you wear them all the time, even though they're not in-style. Then one day you wear a yellow tank top with stripes. Anyone who sees that will say it's not your style, because it looks out of place on you. So for you, whenever you wear a purple turtleneck shirt with polka dots, everyone will say that's just your style.

In a nutshell, we all have style and that style may not be in fashion. Many of us rarely change our... [More]

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Why does Amazon allow Technology Scalpers?


For some reason, whenever new game consoles come out from Sony, Nintendo, and Microsoft they have a hard time building enough of them to meet demand, which creates a huge opportunity for Technology Scalpers to take advantage of people willing to pay a premium just to get their hands on them.

For example, ever since the Nintendo Switch was released about a month or so ago, it's virtually impossible finding one... at the regular price. What really bugs me is that at any time, there are at least 500 third-party sellers on Amazon selling them for at least $200 above the list price. How is it that all these third party sellers have plenty of them in-stock, meanwhile Amazon, the world's largest retailer has never even taken one order from... [More]

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How to PREVENT Viruses

Most computer viruses don't come from surfing the web.


I've seen a lot of viruses over the years, and almost all of them share one thing in common, they came from an email, not from surfing the web. This may sound surprising to some people who think they're safe because they "don't go to risky sites". The simple truth is, if you want to prevent viruses, you need to know how to spot them, and that's in your InBox.

Email is, by far, the most common way to get a virus, simply because it's the easiest way for somebody to let their guard down. That's because more often than not, the virus comes from a fake email that looks like its from somebody you know.

For example, if a total stranger sent you an email that said "Here's something I thought you would like..." followed by a... [More]

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What's in YOUR Wallet?

If you lost your wallet today, would you remember what was in it?


Losing your wallet can be a real pain in the neck. You need to contact all your banks and credit card companies to get replacement cards and that's not easy if you don't remember what's missing.

One solution is to periodically take inventory of all your cards. It could be as simple as writing down all your card numbers along with the customer service phone numbers written on the back. If you don't like writing, you can make photocopies, scans, or simply take photos of the front and back of each card.

Once you've gathered the information, put it in a safe place and update it whenever you add or remove a card. If you lose your wallet, you'll have all your information in one place, making it easy to get repl... [More]

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We Need Real Digital Media Portability

Why is it so hard getting our media to work under different platforms?


One of the most frustrating things about digital media is that when you purchase something from one platform, it doesn't work on any other platform. For example, if you buy a movie from Amazon, you can't play it on Apple devices or vice versa, and books purchased from Amazon aren't compatible with Apple's iBooks, Google's Play, or the Barnes and Noble Nook. That's crazy.

What we need is true digital media portability, so that books, music, and movies work on any device, regardless of the platform we purchased them from, just like buying a CD or DVD.

What's Wrong With Pay For Pay - Payola?

There was a lot of controversy in the 50s and 60s over the idea of Pay-For-Play... but what's wrong with it?


You and your band just recorded a masterpiece. It was a real labor of love and you can't wait for the world to hear it. Unfortunately, the only people outside the band who've heard it are your wife and your dog. Too bad. Better luck next time.

But wait! Here's an idea, why not pay some people to play it on the radio? I'm sure that once people hear it, they'll run to the local record store to buy it. Well, that's exactly what happened in the 50s and 60s, and it was a huge scandal resulting in the firing of the father of Rock and Roll, Alan Freed, and it nearly took down Dick Clark, who escaped with just a warning simply because he was more likable than Freed.

At... [More]

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Why We Need a 7 Day Economy

Why limit our economy to just 5 days?


There are so many services that shut down on weekends that it boggles the bing. For example, why is it that in today's digital society, we still have to wait until Monday for checks deposited on Thursdays and Fridays to clear? That's just plain stupid.

For that matter, why doesn't UPS, FedEx and the Post Office offer the same level of service on the weekend? Think of all the additional jobs it would create? Speaking of shipping, I find it funny that FedEx built its entire reputation on the premise of overnight delivery, but in reality, they're only an overnight service on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Anything shipped Friday, Saturday, or Sunday isn't shipped overnight. That's just 4 out of 7 days.

I'm not advocating th... [More]

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Tire Changing 101

Why do so many people risk their lives changing tires on busy highways and bridges?


The other day I saw somebody in the middle of a bridge changing a flat tire. Can you imagine that? Right in the middle of a bridge! Why on earth would anyone do that?

As I passed the driver, dozens of questions rolled through my mind. When did he notice the flat? Didn't he notice it before getting on the bridge? Did he think something bad would happen if he waited until he reached the other side? Doesn't he realize he could get killed doing this?

Simply stated, you should never change your tire on an active roadway... Ever. The safest thing to do is to slow down, turn on your hazards and slowly drive until you reach a safe place, preferably off the highway and away from busy traffic.... [More]

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Why Trial Anti-Virus Programs Suck

Free anti-virus programs cause more viruses than they prevent.


Contrary to what most people think, you are far more likely to get a virus on your new Windows PC if it comes with a "Free Trial" anti-virus, than one that doesn't come with one, because sooner or later, the trial will end, and you'll be completely unprotected.

The trouble is that when the trial ends, the computer doesn't automatically remove the trial version and enable Microsoft's built-in protection program, "Windows Defender". More often than not, what happens is the trial simply ends, and protection is turned off, with an occasional reminder to pay for a renewal.

My advice is simple. As soon as you get a new Windows PC, go to the control panel and remove every trial program, including the free anti-virus... [More]

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Is There Safety in Numbers?

Why do large crowds of people turn into mobs?


They say there's safety in numbers, but as the numbers get larger, things can get pretty ugly.

For some reason, whenever large groups of people get together, a strange phenomenon takes place. With each new person added to the group, the group turns into a crowd, and as the crowd grows, so does the chance that it will turn into something entirely different... a mob.

Mobs are totally unpredictable, regardless of the situation that brought them together. I first experienced this in 1986, when I went to see the New York Mets ticker tape parade in New York City after winning the World Series. The parade was beautiful and there was nothing but positivity in the air, but as I drifted through the crowd, I soon realized things were get... [More]

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Where's The (Bathroom) Hook?

Don't you hate when a public bathroom doesn't give you a place to hang your coat?


It drives me crazy when I go into a public restroom and I don't see a hook anywhere in the stall. Where do they expect us to put our coats? Either the management never noticed it, because they keep their coats in their offices... or the more likely reason, they simply don't care about their customers.

Without a hook, we are forced to either try to hold our coat while we take care of business, or figure out a way to flop it over the door. It's not easy, especially in the winter, when people have heavier coats.

What bugs me most about this problem is that there's such a simple, and inexpensive solution. All they need to do is mount a simple hook somewhere in the stall.

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