Posted on March 10th, 2015 by Bob and Joy Schwabach
Sharing your car, couch and kitchen are all part of the so-called “sharing economy.”
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Posted on February 2nd, 2015 by Bob and Joy Schwabach
A reader tells us he always starts his Chrome web browser in “private” browsing. This means there is no trace left on your computer of sites you visit or files you download. It’s particularly helpful to use this when you’re on a public computer, like at a library or hotel.
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Posted on January 21st, 2015 by Bob and Joy Schwabach
Many people pay for ad-free TV, but will they pay for an ad-free web? Google is testing that idea with a service called “Contributor.”
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Posted on January 20th, 2015 by Bob and Joy Schwabach
We thought we’d never stop using the Google Chrome web browser after switching to it ten years ago. But recently we switched to Firefox because Chrome was feeling buggy. Then Firefox started feeling buggy. So Joy has switched again, this time to Opera. It’s fun, fast and less buggy. You can call it up on a search and simply download it.
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Posted on December 21st, 2014 by Bob and Joy Schwabach
Funky Korea is the Best Korea (one of many links from JimmyR.com) JimmyR.com has links to lots of interesting things on the web. It’s all text, but organized in categories like “Science,” and “What’s Hot.” We learned, for example, that students have fewer friends now than in the 70s, but are less lonely, more extroverted and individualistic.
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Posted on October 18th, 2014 by Bob and Joy Schwabach
You don’t need to learn HTML coding to build a website if you use templates provided by Yola.com, Weebly and others. But to create an original, it helps to be a coder.
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Posted on August 9th, 2014 by Bob and Joy Schwabach
HtmlDog.com teaches you how to build a website from scratch, for free.
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Posted on August 2nd, 2014 by Bob and Joy Schwabach
CourseReport.com programmers headclaims that schools and camps teaching programming, often called “coding,” will bring in $60 million in tuition for the year and graduate 5,987 coders, a 175 percent increase over last year. Tuition can cost up to $20,000, with the average around $10,000 for courses ranging from nine to 12 weeks. All in all, this seems expensive to us.
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Posted on July 10th, 2014 by Bob and Joy Schwabach
Most people find good websites through social networking sites. The six most popular are Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, Pinterest, Digg and LinkedIn. The seventh, Flipora, is one we’d never heard of till they announced a new version.
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Posted on July 1st, 2014 by Bob and Joy Schwabach
If you want to get a website online fast, there are over a dozen services, that can do that, and many of them are free. We’ve used the free versions of “WordPress” and “Yola” to create web sites. Friends have raved about Weebly for producing new sites, so we tried it and must agree, it’s very nice; it’s also free.
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