This year my day job has allowed me to work 100% from my home office. I love being able to skip the 45 minute commute into Portland, and I'm able to be very productive without the interruptions of a typical corporate office.
I've built up a respectible arsenal of gadgets and devices while traveling around the world. Some are necessities, and some are just to keep my sanity on longer international trips.
This handy and inexpensive tool will extend the life of your Christmas lights and has fixed my lights year after year.
There's nothing worse than realizing too late that you accidentally deleted hundreds of precious photos from your iPhone or iPad.
Transferring songs and photos from your Windows PC to your iPhone requires the use of a software program like iMacSoft, which also has a lot of other features that let you transfer songs, videos, ringtones, voice memos, audio
Question: My phone's a NON-smart LG from AT&T, and I didn't know it needed a memory card before I took a bunch of photos, so I'm forced to e-mail them to myself one at a time. Most of them go ok, but for some I get an "unable to send" message. If I wait until I'm sending the next batch, the problem ones seem to go through. Any idea why?
How to quickly transfer hundreds of photos from a Windows PC to a Mac, using a wifi connection with no data cables.
I've built dozens (maybe hundreds) of websites over the past couple of decades and here's why I host exclusively with Hostmonster.