Category Archive: Internet

Aug 23 2017

Advanced Video Search on YouTube with Simple Commands

YouTube is the second largest search engine on the Internet after Google. This guide discusses advanced search operators that you can use with your YouTube search queries for more accurate video searches. Source: Advanced Video Search on YouTube with Simple Commands (Digital Inspiration)

Aug 18 2017

Link: How to Use Wayback Machine to Archive Websites

There are a number of reasons one would want to archive a website. Luckily, The Wayback Machine makes it super easy. Here are the ways in which you can use The Wayback Machine for all your webpage archiving needs. Source: How to Use Wayback Machine to Archive Websites – Make Tech Easier

Jan 01 2017

The Best Tools to Archive Websites for Long-Term Storage

If you want to preserve the contents of a specific website, here’s what you can do to archive websites permanently for long term storage. Source: The Best Tools to Archive Websites for Long-Term Storage – Make Tech Easier

Jul 20 2016

How To Use Chrome Extensions in Firefox and Opera

If you want to install and use Chrome extensions in Firefox and Opera, here is how you can do so with the help of a dedicated extension. Source: How To Use Chrome Extensions in Firefox and Opera (Make Tech Easier)

Apr 28 2016

How to Enable Pasting Text on Sites That Block It

Some companies think they’re increasing security by disabling your ability to paste into form fields, such as the password field. But in reality, all they’re doing is frustrating users–and probably decreasing security by blocking password managers. Here’s how to solve this annoyance in Chrome and Firefox. Source: How to Enable Pasting Text on Sites That …

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Apr 27 2016

Ted Cruz Pushes Bill to Hinder Community Broadband

Ordinarily, this is not a political blog – there are plenty of political blogs out there for those into that sort of thing, and there are also “Faux News” outlets for the racists, religious zealots, and just plain hateful people among us. Assuming you are not a total idiot (hopefully you would not be reading …

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Jan 05 2016

Why Comcast’s Main Justification For Broadband Caps is Crap | DSLReports

This is a bit outside the normal content of this blog but I thought it important to pass along. For more articles of this type I suggest you visit both DSLReports and Stop the Cap! on a regular basis. Comcast CEO Brian Roberts recently justified the company’s slowly-expanding usage cap “trials” by insisting that broadband …

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Dec 03 2015

Access Blocked Websites With These 4 Methods

Is your favorite website blocked at work or a public location? If so, here are 4 of the easiest methods to access blocked websites. Source: Access Blocked Websites With These 4 Methods (Make Tech Easier)

Nov 25 2015

Disposable Email Addresses: What You Need to Know 

Finding spam in your Inbox is nothing new. Luckily, there are solutions (disposable email addresses) to the spam problem that we’ll show you in this article Source: Disposable Email Addresses:What You Need to Know  (Make Tech Easier)

Nov 14 2015

How a group of neighbors created their own Internet service | Ars Technica

Powered by radios in trees, homegrown network serves 50 houses on Orcas Island. Source: How a group of neighbors created their own Internet service | Ars Technica

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