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Use Peg Board and Rubber Bands To Make Your Own Pinball Machine

Inspired by a picture of a reconfigurable pinball table, Beth Sallay set out to build her own. As you can see in the video above, she has pulled off the goal quite admirably. The gameplay seems fun and it is fully reconfigurable. The most difficult part of this is getting […]

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4 handy mouse tricks you might not be aware of

Virtually every computer user knows that clicking on a link or icon will open whatever item that object is pointing to. But did you know there’s a lot more to using your mouse than just visiting links and opening programs. Truth be told, the mouse is actually one of the most versatile parts of your computer […]

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Air Fryer Frozen Mozzarella Sticks

Air Fryer Frozen Mozzarella Sticks. Let’s get the party season started with some crispy, cooked from frozen air fryer mozzarella sticks. Hit the pin button above, if like me you LOVE mozzarella sticks and couldn’t imagine party time without them!!! Yes. I am a cheese addict. If there was AA for cheese addicts, I would […]

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How to boot Windows into ‘Safe Mode’

If you use a Windows PC there will surely come a time when you need to start up Windows in Safe Mode for trouble-shooting purposes. Which brings up a question you might be asking… What is Safe Mode?  When you boot up Windows into Safe Mode only the bare essentials of the operating system are […]

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Black Friday…Is it worth going?

Since 1952, Black Friday has been the beginning of the Holiday shopping season. Black Friday falls the day after Thanksgiving and has become a shopping tradition for all.

When you think of the term “Black Friday”, many Americans think of crowds, long lines and stress. A lot of retailers are starting Black Friday sales on Thanksgiving, the Wednesday before and the Monday after. Retailers even resorted to having sales on Monday dubbing it as “Cyber Monday.”

Shopping Malls have crowds of people waiting in lines for the stores to open. They then run into stores looking for their items. This has been going on for years…is the stress worth it?

Stores have been sending e-mails earlier this week for “Pre-Black Friday” sales. These sales and deals give the consumer the impression that coming to the store on Black Friday is unnecessary.

Shopping Online, is stress-free and hassle-free. You can literally shop in your pajamas and keep track of your purchases. No one can take things from your cart, step on your toes or push you in line. It is easy as 1,2 3!

Ditch the alarm clock and cold morning waiting in line, avoid the hassle and shop online for the Black Friday sales. Keep track of your e-mails, you’ll never know what online deal you will find. Happy Holidays and Happy Shopping!

 

 

 

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Q&A: Why are almost all gaming computers Windows PCs?

Question from Rita.:  My son has been wanting a nice gaming computer and I’m planning to buy him one for his 12th birthday. I looked at the gaming computers on Amazon and virtually every computer that came up runs Windows 10. It was the same thing at Best Buy. My son has been playing around […]

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Microsoft (sort of) throws in the towel on their development of the Edge browser

After years of trying to prop up the failing (and extremely insecure) Internet Explorer web browser, Microsoft finally saw the writing on the wall and made the decision to abandon it. To that end, Microsoft developed their shiny new Edge browser and released it along with the initial release of Windows 10. Luckily, Edge isn’t just […]

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Air Fryer Frozen Chicken Nuggets
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Give Your Plants Some Emotion With A.P.E.X.

I talk to my plants. Maybe I’m crazy, but I suspect that many of you do this too. In this project, you may be able to give your plants the ability to emote back just a little bit. A.P.E.X. is basically just a moisture sensor with some emojis as a […]

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COVER REVEAL & EXCERPT: Overnight Sensation by Sarina Bowen

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Romance fans, hockey romance fans, sports romance fans! Sarina Bowen unwrapped the cover for OVERNIGHT SENSATION today, giving us the full low down on the next book in her Brooklyn Bruisers series. It’s Jason Castro and Heidi Jo Pepper’s story and it drops January 22. Keep reading for the blurb and excerpt. BLURB: Everyone knows the girl is off limits. But it’s so good to be bad.   There’s this girl… Heidi and I have been trading hungry looks all year, and everything she does makes me smile. But I don’t do girlfriends, and I certainly can’t get involved with the league commissioner’s daughter. I need shots on goal, not a hookup and a widely misunderstood paparazzi photo. Can I resist her, though? The way she teases me should be a game penalty for interference with my libido. There’s this guy… Jason wants me, but he won’t admit it. That man looks at me the way a hockey player eyes the lunch buffet after practice–and I love it. But when victory is finally within my grasp, I blow it and humiliate myself. Even then I can’t even avoid him–as the team intern, I’m in constant view of his hard body and cocky smile. […]

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Q&A: How do I switch my default search engine back to Google in Chrome?

Question from Mona C.:  Hi Rick! My son came in from college to visit me for the weekend and he borrowed my computer while he was here. After he left I noticed that the default search engine in my Chrome browser had been changed from Google to Yahoo. I really prefer Google so I’d appreciate it a […]

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Air Fryer Frozen Chicken Nuggets

Frozen Chicken Nuggets. Let’s put a smile on every kid and big kids face by serving up delicious crispy frozen chicken nuggets in the air fryer. Frozen chicken nuggets must be one of my guilty pleasures. We all have that comfort food that we don’t admit to eating and frozen chicken nuggets is one of […]

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The Best Sippy Cups and Transition Cups of 2018

Choosing a sippy cup is no small undertaking. Giving your kid the wrong cup can result in spills, extra time scrubbing chair cushions and carpet, and hand-washing a cup’s clogged up crevices. Having three children myself, I know the struggle all too well. So I recruited my kids to help me test 14 of the top-selling sippy and transition cups on the market right now. After about seven years of using different sippy cups with my kids, I had two make-or-break concerns: 1) ease of cleaning, and 2) leakiness. While we definitely walked away with a few favorites, the hands-down winner was the OXO Tot Transitions Straw Cup with Removable Handles. Why are we so sure it’s the best? It’s easy to clean, extremely resistant to leaking, has a clear body with measuring marks, and can even fit in most cup holders thanks to the removable handles. Though we believe our top cups would be a great fit for most families, others that we tested offered features that you might find more appealing, such as insulation and spoutless designs. Check out our thoughts on all 14 cups below. Here's how the best sippy and transition cups ranked, in order: OXO Tot Transitions Cup Philips Avent My Bendy Straw Thinkbaby No Spill Sippy Cup Thermos FOOGO soft spout stainless steel Pura Kiki Stainless Steel Sippy cup NUK Disney Learner Philips Avent My Easy Sippy Cup nuSpin Zoomi Straw Sippy Cup Thinkbaby Thinkster Sassy Grow Up Cup with handles Dr. Browns Soft Spout Transition Cups Green Sprouts Glass sip & Straw Chicco NaturalFit Munchkin Miracle 360

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