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Friday Fun With Wikipedia

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Wikipedia can be a such a time suck if you're easily distracted. Especially when you come across deleted articles with freaky titles. As the title says, a list of Wikipedia articles that actually existed at one point and have been deleted. Such useful classics as “An old dude who lives in Central America” and “Put that cookie down.” Not to be confused with Unusual Articles, which are oddball Wikipedia articles that actually exist, or the list of really, really, really stupid article ideas that you really, really, really should not create. Disclaimer: Since this is Wikipedia, it should be noted that some of the content there is a bit not-safe-for-work. 

Friday Fun with the Beatles

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Sgt PepperWith the newly released 50th Anniversary Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band box set, you knew this was bound to happen sometime (I’m amazed it’s taken this long): A project has been created to locate the source images used on the Beatles' iconic album cover. They have mostly been found, but there are still a few that cannot be tracked down. 

Tagged in: Paul Is Dead

twofactorWe’ve obviously chatted about passwords and passphrases and tips for managing too many passwords. Obviously, strong passwords are very important in protecting your online accounts, but there is an additional way you can protect many of your accounts: two-factor authentication. What is it and why should you use it? Read on for all the details.

Simple Calculations in OneNote

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OneNoteLogoOneNote is a great tool for note-taking, especially collaborative note-taking (see this handy Microsoft eBook for a load of great tips). But did you know that OneNote can actually do basic calculations and math problems for you in your notes, saving you the trouble of getting out a calculator? Read on for how to accomplish this trick and the math that is supported.

HDD vs SSDIf you’re shopping for a computer (be sure to follow our computer shopping tips), you may have seen the term “Solid-State-Drive” or “SSD” on the computer’s specification sheet. What is a SSD and why should you get one in your computer instead of a hard-disk-drive (HDD) for your data storage needs?

Tagged in: Hardware Tips