His wife left a note for him to prepare dinner that evening:
“Shepherd’s Pie needs to be taken out of the fridge and placed in the oven at 140 degrees.”
Most folks who explore the World Wide Web with a browser application like Microsoft Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox are familiar with the URL acronym. URL stands for “Uniform Resource Locator” according to the World Wide Web (W3) consortium. Pronunciation of URL should always be with each letter emphasized (y?-?r-el) instead the fairly common alternative, …View full post
Ever catch yourself writing or speaking to someone, mention a catch phrase or idiomatic string of words, and wonder, “Will they know what that means?” Since my Daddy is from the south I’ve heard all manner of southern phrases from him that when repeated (instinctively) by me leave numerous Yankees with a puzzled look on …View full post
Whether it’s a friend, a family member, or the neighbor down the street, we all know someone who has been touched by cancer. I recently lost my Mother to brain cancer and I know firsthand about the devastation any disease can bring to a family. I want to do something to make a difference. That’s …View full post
Windows only: Free application UnChrome bolsters your browsing anonymity by removing the unique ID from Google Chrome that Google associates with your Chrome installation.
UnChrome isn’t the first app to do this; we highlighted another program called Chrome Privacy Guard in our power user’s guide to Google Chrome. But for the many who installed Chrome for the first time after Chrome officially left beta last week, it’s worthwhile to highlight this kind of tool once more. UnChrome is a free download, Windows only.
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