How To Fix Memory Errors on Brother WIFI Laser Printers
By April 28, 2016 1 Comments Read More →

How To Fix Memory Errors on Brother WIFI Laser Printers

This post should also be titled, how to get around the 27 page printing limitation on the Brother Compact Laser Printer. “Out of Memory” errors in the middle of a print job can really kill your productivity. Before I used the process outlined below, it would take me all day (and I do mean all […]

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The Seven Most Indispensable Tools Every Novelist Needs
By April 21, 2016 0 Comments Read More →

The Seven Most Indispensable Tools Every Novelist Needs

A friend of mine recently shared with me that she wanted to write a novel. She had the story, but it was locked in her head. I can acutely empathize with her. In fact back in 2012 I wrote an article about this funny yet painful process. However, what my friend really needed was a […]

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Visual Composer Not Appearing Correctly in WordPress
By April 20, 2016 4 Comments Read More →

Visual Composer Not Appearing Correctly in WordPress

This article is written for those familiar with Visual Composer running on Self Hosted instances of WordPress. For more information about this KILLER plugin that greatly enhances the development process, please visit: https://vc.wpbakery.com/. Today I ran into a new problem on two of my websites. The back-end editing tool called Visual Composer was not working. […]

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How to Troubleshoot Intermittent Connection Problems With a Wifi Printer
By April 4, 2016 0 Comments Read More →

How to Troubleshoot Intermittent Connection Problems With a Wifi Printer

This technique solved my print problems on the Brother HL-L2340DW laser printer. However, I’m confident these steps have a good shot at working for any printer, on any computer. Step away from the baseball bat. One of the most frustrating experiences you can have with your computer is trying to get it to print something. We’ve come […]

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Apple Newsstand Problems: Issue Not Available Please Download Again
By January 12, 2016 0 Comments Read More →

Apple Newsstand Problems: Issue Not Available Please Download Again

There are so many things that I love about reading a magazine on my iPad. But every so often something glitches, and I’m unable to read a past issue. This recently happened with my Harvard Business Review magazine subscription. For me there has always been a modicum of confusion with how Apple put together Newsstand. […]

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How to Get Food Unstuck From Your Throat
By December 10, 2015 2 Comments Read More →

How to Get Food Unstuck From Your Throat

**NOTE: This article is not intended to be taken as medical advice. I am not a medical professional.** My brothers and I have this problem. Every once in a while when we are eating, food gets stuck down in our throat. This food plug does not block our airway, but every time we swallow, what’s […]

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The Crash of the Air France Concorde
By July 25, 2015 0 Comments Read More →

The Crash of the Air France Concorde

Today, July 25 2015 marks the 15th anniversary for the crash of the supersonic passenger jet liner known as Concorde. Concorde was one of only two supersonic passenger airliners that could fly twice the speed of sound. To put that in context, today it takes about 7 hours to fly from NY to London. On Concorde […]

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A Case For My Grandfather’s Involvement In the Manhattan Project
By May 8, 2015 0 Comments Read More →

A Case For My Grandfather’s Involvement In the Manhattan Project

Earlier this week, I got this text message from my nephew: Through the accumulation of certain facts, based on statements made by my grandfather, I believe the answer to this question is yes. My grandpa used to work at the Franklin Institute. There, he said, they were using a computer “as large as a room”. […]

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Age Appropriate iOS Games For Generation X
By March 14, 2015 0 Comments Read More →

Age Appropriate iOS Games For Generation X

When Kevin Spacey in House of Cards started speaking so lovingly about Ada and the iOS game Monument Valley, I knew that my generation’s affinity for video games had absolutely become the norm. Those of us born in the late 60’s are really the first generation to have grown up with Atari and ready access […]

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Posted in: Apple, iOS Game Reviews, iPad
Tracking Your Skiing and Snowboarding Stats with the Trace Action Sports Tracker
By December 29, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Tracking Your Skiing and Snowboarding Stats with the Trace Action Sports Tracker

Every once in a while a grown man can receive a gizmo for Christmas that causes such temporal regression as to induce the drug-free jabbering overload of a sugar-addled boy unwrapping a new toy. This year Santa outdid himself when he delivered Trace “The Action Sports Tracker”. http://www.traceup.com/. Simply put, Trace geo tags and records your skiing, snowboarding […]

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