OneNote, Evernote, Dropbox Paper, and Google Docs are four of the biggest note-taking programs. There are a ton more - Simplenote, Google Keep, and a lot I haven’t listed. However, I chose these three because they are very popular, sync across all of your devices, and support more formatting than others like Google Keep.Read More
If you’re the average desktop user, the cables under your desk are hopelessly tangled like spaghetti. You could buy some of that fancy cable management gear that screws to the bottom of your desk, but those are really expensive.
So, how do you do it? With Velcro! I used Velcro to do my cable management, and now the bottom of my desk looks great! It only cost a few dollars and about 2 hours of my time. It’s a lot better than duct tape, because you can easily remove the cables when you need to.Read More
If you’re getting ready to travel, or just want to have every tech item under the sun at a coffee shop, this list contains everything you could ever want to bring in your laptop bag!Read More
Pay-as-you-go phone plans sound pretty nice. You only pay for how many minutes you call, how many text messages you send, and how much data you use. The text message fees (usually $0.20/message) are a bit high, but not too unreasonable. Until you do the math:Read More
My server has a 4TB drive that I use for video archival and media storage. I have been using FileZilla Server to access the files stored on there, but I have been searching for a more seamless way to access the storage on the server for months and haven’t been able to find anything! I finally figured out how to do it, so I thought it might be a good idea to write up a tutorial on how to do it.Read More
If you’re like me, you’re often stuck with nothing to do :/ Here’s a list I created. I will try to update it when I think of other things to do.Read More
I own and operate a public Minecraft server and one of the things I struggle with is backups. I want to make sure that if the server gets griefed or hacked, my house burns down, or my hard drive dies, my world is still safe. Here is a tutorial on how to build a batch file that will copy and zip those files and move them to Google Drive to be synced to the cloud.Read More