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    The Original Tron Movie Features A Tiny Easter Egg Homage To Which Video Game? Dungeon Maze War Pac-Man Zork
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    More folks than ever are using Smartphones as their daily drivers for calls, web browsing, taking pictures, using social media, and keeping in touch with friends and family. With the disparity of battery capacities on Android devices, Apps like “Greenfly” can maximize battery life throughout the day. Click Here to Continue Reading Source: How to Optimize Your Android Phone’s Battery Life Using Greenify
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    There’s a lot you can do with the Google Chromecast but did you know you can cast your screen from your Android phone or tablet to any Chromecast-equipped display? It’s easy, and we’re going to tell you how to do it. Click Here to Continue Reading Source: Play Your Android Games and Videos on the TV with Google Chromecast
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    Firewalls are an important piece of security software, and someone is always trying to sell you a new one. However, Windows has come with its own solid firewall since Windows XP SP2, and it’s more than good enough. Click Here to Continue Reading Source: Why You Don’t Need to Install a Third-Party Firewall (And When You Do)
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    You’ll see badges like “Norton Secured,” “Microsoft Certified Partner,” and “BBB Accredited Business” all over the web — especially when downloading software. You shouldn’t blindly trust a website that displays such badges — they’re just images anyone can copy and paste. Click Here to Continue Reading Source: All Those “Seals of Approval” on Websites Don’t Really Mean Anything
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    Posted by randfish This question, posed by Alex Moravek in our Q&A section, has a somewhat complicated answer. In today's Whiteboard Friday, Rand discusses how organizations might perform well in search rankings without doing any link building at all, relying instead on the strength of their content to be deemed relevant and important by Google. For reference, here's a still of this week's whiteboard! Video transcription Howdy Moz fans, and welcome to another edition of Whiteboard Friday. This week we're chatting about is it possible to have good SEO simply by focusing on...
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    Posted by EricaMcGillivray That's right, Moz fans, we're diving into the the Local SEO conference space. Join us Saturday, February 7th in Seattle as we team up with Local U to present LocalUp Advanced, an all-day intensive local SEO conference. You'll learn next-level tactics for everything from getting reviews and content creation to mobile optimization and local ranking factors. You'll also have opportunities to attend workshops and meet other people who love local SEO just as much as you. Don't miss the early bird deal! The first 25 tickets receive $200 off registration. Moz or Local...
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    If you have a computer with a hefty amount of RAM, would you gain any benefits from disabling the page file or should you just leave well enough alone? Today’s SuperUser Q&A discusses the topic to help satisfy a reader’s curiosity. Click Here to Continue Reading Source: Should I Disable the Page File if My Computer Has a Lot of RAM?
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    Over the years, we’ve created many Registry hacks to customize and tweak your Windows computer. Today we’re going to give you the keys to making your own registry hack files that you can use on any computer. Click Here to Continue Reading Source: How to Make Your Own Windows Registry Hacks
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    If you’re a keyboard person, a lot of things can be accomplished simply using the command line. For example, there are a few easy-to-use methods for creating text files, should you need to do so. Click Here to Continue Reading Source: How to Quickly Create a Text File Using the Command Line in Linux
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    The Only Puppet In The World With The Rank Of “General” Is? Gonzo Lamb Chop Kermit the Frog Ernie
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    Although we live in the age of HD video that doesn’t mean all of us have upgraded our old DVDs to HD content. Let’s look at how you can improve the appearance of standard definition content on your high definition television. Click Here to Continue Reading Source: How Can You Make DVDs Look Better on Your HDTV?
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    f.lux changes the color temperature of your computer’s display depending on the time of day. Everything’s normal during the day, but f.lux users warmer colors after sunset to match your indoor lighting. Click Here to Continue Reading Source: Reduce Eye Strain and Get Better Sleep by Using f.lux on Your Computer
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    Posted by Dr-Pete Sometime in the last week, the first Penguin update in over a year began to roll out (Penguin 2.1 hit around October 4, 2013). After a year, emotions were high, and expectations were higher. So, naturally, people were confused when MozCast showed the following data: The purple bar is Friday, October 17th, the day Google originally said Penguin 3.0 rolled out. Keep in mind that MozCast is tuned to an average temperature of roughly 70°F. Friday’s temperature was slightly above average (73.6°), but nothing in the last few days indicates a change on the scale of the...
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    Your Internet service provider runs DNS servers for you, but you don’t have to use them. You can use third-party DNS servers instead, which offer a variety of features that your ISP probably doesn’t. Click Here to Continue Reading Source: 7 Reasons to Use a Third-Party DNS Service
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    Outputting your computer to your HDTV via HDMI works well. Unfortunately, your computer’s location depends upon the length of your cable. With Google Chromecast however, you can literally mirror any browser tab or even your desktop, from anywhere, in just a few clicks. Click Here to Continue Reading Source: Mirror Anything from Your Computer to Your TV Using Google Chromecast
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    During World War II A Hungarian Scientist Hid His Colleagues Nobel Prizes In? His Father's Urn A Jar of Acid Kronborg Castle's Wine Cellar A Cookie Jar
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    We warned you at the beginning of the year that many of your browser extensions are spying on you, tracking what you are visiting, and even inserting ads into pages. These aren’t just no-name developers either: even Avast,*one of the most trusted antivirus vendors was in on the game. Click Here to Continue Reading Source: Avast Antivirus Was Spying On You with Adware (Until This Week)
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    Twitter is a public venue unless you choose to set your profile to private. When you are private, you have to accept friend requests (or who views your profile, otherwise anyone can read it). When you run into problems with followers or they continue... Source: How to Tell If Someone on Twitter Has Blocked You
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    Netflix is a website for renting movies, offering thousands of movies and TV shows on DVD, Blu-ray, and instant streaming video. For a monthly fee, Netflix users can have unlimited access to all of the movies in their database. However, a Netflix mem... Source: Can You Download Netflix Movies & Watch Them Offline?
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    Facebook is website created to connect people and allow them to share information, interests, events and photos. There are many features on Facebook that allow for privacy and security. When creating a Facebook account, the system automatically assig... Source: How to Find My Facebook ID
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    The FBI isn’t happy about the latest versions of iOS and Android using encryption by default. FBI director James Comey has been blasting both Apple and Google. Microsoft is never mentioned — but Windows 8.1 uses encryption by default, too. Click Here to Continue Reading Source: Here’s Why Windows 8.1′s Encryption Doesn’t Seem to Scare the FBI
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    Posted by rMaynes1 In September 2014, Mediative released its latest eye-tracking research entitled "The Evolution of Google's Search Engine Results Pages and Their Effects on User Behaviour". This large study had participants conduct various searches using Google on a desktop. For example, participants were asked "Imagine you're moving from Toronto to Vancouver. Use Google to find a moving company in Toronto." Participants were all presented with the same Google SERP, no matter the search query. Mediative wanted to know where people look and click on the SERP the most, what role the...
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    Being able to send out e-mail using your own domain name can be very nice, but what do you do when someone starts spewing out spam mail using your domain name? Today’s SuperUser Q&A post discusses the matter to help a frustrated reader. Click Here to Continue Reading Source: How is it Possible to Send E-mail Using Someone Else’s Domain Name?
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    iPads and iPhones give you control over how your kids can use your devices. You can quickly lock your device to a certain app before handing it over or lock down an entire device with comprehensive parental controls. Click Here to Continue Reading Source: How to Lock Down Your iPad or iPhone For Kids
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