With 20+ years of experience in IT, training, and technical trades, it is my desire to share what I've learned with anyone else willing to learn. I strive to do the best job possible in the best manner possible, and with a little humour. Keep in touch: Twitter - Facebook - Google+.
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Guy's Latest Posts
Care for a little remote desktop control magic? We present non mainstream methods for accessing your computer remotely using a Chrome extension, SSH clients, or over the air using your mobile device.
What do you get the person who has everything before everyone else?
Did you finally jump on the Pinterest band wagon? If you haven’t got a Pinterest account just yet, go and create one. Then come back here, you’ll be glad you did.
There are any number of reasons why you might want to use your Android device for Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) access to a Windows computer.
You don’t have to live in fear. The key to keeping your gadgets secure is simple, ordinary, camouflage.
Your business is on the grow, you are on the go! How do you manage it all without being tied to the desk?
When your USB port stopped working, did you just plug your device into another one? Well, you might need that port one day! The fix could be easy, so let’s give it a try.
Someone performed a factory reset on their wireless router and now they’re calling you for help. “I don’t remember the username or password!” they lament. As the go-to tech person for all your friends, you know what it is, or at least where to find it, right? You do, right?! Don’t worry if you don’t […]
Free. That’s my favourite brand of anything! It’s probably your favourite too. You know what’s even better than plain old free stuff? Free stuff on YOUR BIRTHDAY! Around where I live, there are a couple restaurants that offer a free meal or dessert on your birthday. I know, they just want you and and fifty […]
Did your TV remote control suddenly go dead? Wireless mouse died near the end of your term paper? Need AA batteries and all you have are AAA? I’ve got a quick hack for you to get you through those last minutes until you can get to the shops for some proper batteries. Time needed is about 5 minutes, supplies needed cost about 50 cents – not including your AAA batteries. You may very well have all these items on hand.
Microsoft is still in the innovation business. If you don’t think so, you haven’t heard about Microsoft’s open source electronics prototyping platform called Gadgeteer. You read that right – Microsoft and Open Source in the same sentence. Wanted to build a little invention you had in mind? Maybe you’re already programming C# and would like to work with some different hardware. Are you a technology teacher looking for a platform with which to teach? From the student to the professional, Gadgeteer can help you make your ideas a reality.
Need. Want. One is a four letter word and the other is a necessity. Listen up and heed this old man’s words as I get you set to go back to school, do some real learning, and save thousands of dollars by not buying into this computer fad. Look at me! I got an iPhone! Look at me! I can film my lectures! Look at me! I made a spreadsheet that does my arithmetic for me!
Did you ever get an e-mail and really wondered where it came from? Who sent it? How could they have known who you are? Surprisingly a lot of that information can be from from the e-mail header, or by using info from the email header to do some detective work. Today, we’re just going to focus on how to unhide the header in Gmail, and then look at what we can glean from the header.
Did you read our article, At What Age Should Kids Be Exposed To Technology? You should. Dave Parrack did a great job of compiling the results. Here’s the thing – kids going to introduce themselves to technology, and chances are it’s going to be when you aren’t looking! If you’ve got kids, you know that […]