Techy Tuesday: All Spam Doesn’t Come in a Can

Remember when junk mail filled your mailbox?  Credit card applications for your dog.  Ed McMahon telling you that you won the lottery.  It wasn’t too hard to tell what was junk then. If you have had an email for more than two days, you probably have realized that junk mail went digital.  It can clog […]

Techy Tuesday: Budgeting for Computer Needs

Lots of people, especially entrepreneurs, think they can get by with whatever computer they can dig up from a garage sale.  It’s certainly important to guard cash flow, but think twice about using unreliable equipment.  A computer doesn’t have to be the latest and greatest, but you want it to turn on every single day.  […]

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Techy Tuesday: Working on the Go? Plan accordingly

I predict that the office cubicle will be as extinct as the mimeograph machine in a decade.  If you don’t know what a mimeograph machine is, um, well, let’s just call it a manual copier with a distinctive smell that went the way of the 8-track tape.  And if you don’t know what an 8-track […]

Techy Tuesday: Plan a password strategy and stop locking up your bank account

The human brain is designed to hold a gazillion trillion amounts of information. I made that number up, because really no one knows for sure how much information the human brain really holds. Like when you recall some obscure childhood memory where you put play dough in a door lock thereby cementing the internal mechanisms […]

Techy Tuesday: Make your computers work for you, not against you

Change can be hard. One of Newton’s Laws of Physics says “for every action there is a reaction.” Newton was a real deep guy. Basically, he was saying that there is no such thing as inaction. By not changing, you cause a reaction, too. I call it The Law of Burying Your Head in the […]