December 1, 2019
Today’s Thoughts From Rick –Get The Comics Daily at GoComics
A fond memory of mine, growing up, was getting the Sunday paper and taking out the section that contained the comics. Unlike today, back then the news really meant nothing to me; I just wanted the comics section. Today, I use an RSS Feed Reader (Inoreader) as my own customized type of newspaper and I needed a way to get that “comic’s fix” through an RSS feed. What I found was a website called GoComics that met that criteria. GoComics.com is the web’s largest catalog of syndicated newspaper strips, political cartoons, and webcomics, offering free new content every day. Iconic cartoons include Peanuts, Calvin and Hobbes, Garfield, Ziggy, Dilbert and more… So, if you like reading comics, check out GoComics.
Today’s Tech News Briefs:
A guide that will help you make the right online TV service provider choice; Engineers at MIT have now created a device to trap carbon dioxide that is much less energy-intensive and costly than today’s technologies; AND, Researchers at Santa Fe Institute and Boston University looked into where you should park in that crowded parking lot, based on mathematics.
Today’s Software Pick:
Desktop Info – An application that displays system information on your desktop. It looks like wallpaper but stays resident in memory and updates in real-time. Perfect for quick identification and walk-by monitoring of production or test server farms or any computer you’re responsible for. Uses very little memory and nearly zero CPU. Everything is customizable…
Today’s Android Pick:
Microsoft Edge – A secure web browser lets you search the web, block ads, and view pages with a reading view. Personalize your browsing experience with favorites, reading lists and saved passwords to get the browsing experience you like best. Use voice search to search the web just by speaking to your phone. With image search, you can search the web for results based on a photo or image.
Today’s “How To” Pick:
How to Avoid Snooping on Hotel Wi-Fi and Other Public Networks – Your neighbors in the hotel could snoop on your web activity. If you’re using an open Wi-Fi network at an airport or in a coffee shop, people nearby can also snoop on you there… Continue Reading @ How To Geek
Today’s Amazon Deal (don’t know how long this deal will last):
Get the Garmin Vívoactive 3 GPS Smartwatch with Heart Rate Monitor, 2017 model for $100 with free shipping…
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