If you’ve walked past a computer in the last 10 years, you’ve heard of Google. It is, by far, the most popular search engine out there. So much so that its name has become a verb for searching the web. We don’t search for things,
Times are tough. Most of us have never known times that weren’t tough. Yet you can use your computer to help you earn a bit more money. Sure, there’s lots of “I made $8,247 last month. You can too!” scams out there. We’re not talking
Netflix, Shomi, Hulu, YouTube, Channel B – all are streaming video services providing you with thousands of hours of entertainment. Services like these do it all for free or at a tenth the price of cable or satellite TV. Because of the low cost and
Living in the country with big open skies, you’d think radio stations would come in loud and clear. Many of you are just that little bit too far away to pick up your favourites.
Did you know you can get an Ivy League education for free, in your living room? The Internet is beginning to make high quality education available to anyone with a computer.
If I had a nickel for every time I was asked this, I’d be able to do a lot more shopping online. The short answer is, “Yes.”
The kids love their music videos and viral videos, but YouTube is so much more than that. For you, it can be a complete how-to library, but in video.
Summer is here! Finally! And so is allergy season. If you need prescription drugs, you should think twice before taking that allergy pill.
Being connected to our family and friends is a top reason for people to get on the Internet.
Computers are great when they work; expensive boat anchors when they don’t. It’s preparing for those times that they don’t work that we’ll look at today.