Experian Dark Web Scan, Tidy Twitter With KonMari, and Free Online College Courses
Can Experian’s Dark Web Scan service really help you discover if your personal data has been stolen? And is it worth $10 a month when free alternatives offer a similar result?
In this week’s Really Useful Podcast we look at the Dark Web Scan, Skype’s blurred background feature, how to tidy Twitter the Marie Kondo way, and where to find free college courses online.
Meanwhile for gamers we have a look at the best portable game console. For PC gaming fans, there’s also details on how to choose a PC game that will run on your computer.
Really Useful Podcast Season 2 Episode 2 Shownotes
This week, we talk about:
- How to blur Skype video chat background
- Experian Dark Web Scan
- Declutter Twitter with KonMari method
- Find free college-standard courses
- Which portable game console should you buy?
- How to make sure your a new Windows game will run on your PC
The second show of the Really Useful Podcast Season 2 is hosted by MakeUseOf deputy editors Christian Cawley and Ben Stegner. You can follow them on Twitter:
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