About Me
Becoming More Familiar With Technology

When my wife lost her job, I knew that I was going to have to go back to school. Unfortunately, I realized that I needed to spruce up my computer skills, since it had been years since I had used a word processor. I was really devastated, and I knew that I needed to make a few changes. I enrolled in a community tech class, where we learned everything from basic computer skills to blog design. I want other people to hone their technology skills, which is why this blog is here. Read more about a litany of technology subjects by perusing these blogs.

Living In A Rental Home Or Apartment? What Are Your Best Security Options?

7 September 2016
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If you live alone in a rented apartment or single-family home, you may be wondering whether installing a monitored security system would provide you with that extra bit of safety when you need it most. However, you may be reluctant to invest money in a hard-wired security system for a home or apartment you don't own (if your lease even permits you to install a security system without prior approval). Fortunately, there are a number of wireless security options that can easily come with you to your next home -- whether you purchase or continue renting. Read More …

Starting A DJ Business? 2 Things You Should Think About Before Buying Equipment

15 October 2015
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If you have a deep-seated love for music and revere the nightlife, you might be thinking about becoming a disc jockey and starting your own business. However, before you spend your savings on speakers, turntables, and complex software, you should consider the realities of the job. Here are two things you should think about before buying equipment so that your business can hit the ground running: 1: Investment Vs. Income Read More …

Renting An Apartment: Security Measures You Can Take To Prevent Burglary

12 October 2015
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When you're renting an apartment, a lot of normal residential security measures, like installing new windows with secure locks or paying for an alarm service, lie outside your control. However, this doesn't mean that you have to accept that you and your possessions will be less safe until you can move into a home of your own. There are some simple things apartment renters can do to beef up their residential security. Read More …