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Generally speaking, too many people shape their lives around technology, instead of shaping technology to fit their lives. This site aims to provide tips and solutions to allow you to get more from technology.
Entries by Mark
I recently purchased a 3D printer. It is a Creality Ender 3 unit and is quite bare bones. Though for less than $200, it is perfect for learning more about the process and techniques required.
As any new owner of a 3D Printer, I’ve downloaded quite a few models from Thingiverse and other sites and cranked them out. There is quite a learning curve to climb when it comes to creating new models. To help with this ascent, I started playing with Tinkercad and wanted to create name plates for my team at the office. It took about 20 hours of printing, but I was successful and everyone liked their name plates.
Can Todoist unseat my long time task management tool, Remember the Milk? What features tipped the scales in favor of one tool over the other?
A tribute to the greatest motoring show in the wuuurrrld that was brought to an end the only way that makes sense; by Jeremy punching a staff member.
The Scenario You are building a WordPress site. You are working down your to-do list of annoyances, feature needs, etc. As is usually the case, you have found the handful of plugins that do almost exactly what you are looking for. But some tweaking will be required to get rid of the almost and give […]
Have a bunch of ugly #DIV/0! errors cluttering up your masterfully created PivotTable? Here’s how to solve it:
Each year, I intend to publish more content to this site and keep it up to date. Each year, I usually under perform that intention. This year, at least, I have an excuse. My wife and I welcomed a daughter into the world last May. She’s pretty awesome and life is pretty good.