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  • Social Distancing
    There’s quite a bit happening in the world right now. One doesn’t need to look far to find some form of unrest. It can take a toll on just about anyone. I am testing a new way to maintain social distancing by minimizing my use of social networks. Well, it’s …

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  • IT Tips: Email Migration Tool
    One of my favorite IT tools is, by far, Bit Titan’s MigrationWiz. MigrationWiz makes it pretty simple to transfer e-mails and other Exchange-enabled accounts from one service to another. This is extremely useful when moving email accounts to Microsoft 365 services. The standard cost is about $11.99 per mailbox before …

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    Somewhere on another planet, tiny aliens tried to take over the world by converting its inhabitants into farms: hosts that would be eaten from. As time progressed, the tiny aliens consumed more and more hosts, causing planet-wide panic amongst its inhabitants. No matter what the citizens of this planet did …

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  • Using an iPad Pro for Productivity as an IT Professional
    About 4 or 5 years ago, I purchased an iPad Pro 9.7”. Apple was pushing the iPad hard as a productivity machine. For me, since then, it’s been especially useful as a web browser and Netflix consumption device from the start. However, since then, my iPad has become more and …

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  • Automate All The Things: Shortcuts
    Making Things Simpler Making things simpler is more than “ease of use”. It’s also about how quickly and efficiently one can complete a task without a lot of hassle. Apple iOS’ Shortcuts is a profound way to utilize and produce workflows: things that would generally take you some time (or …

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  • Experimenting with iOS Shortcuts
    Apple iOS has a neat feature built-in that allows you to take common tasks that you do on your iPhone or iPad, and automate it into a simple command. For example, I enjoy meditating, particularly in the mornings and evenings. I use my iPhone to keep track of “mindful minutes” …

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  • Ethernet in the Walls
    It was a chilly fall day when me and my wife were taken by our amazing realtor to see our first homes on the market. We saw old homes, new homes, and homes that were in between, and just needed a little TLC to come alive. There were a few …

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