Looking for an easy way to manage passwords on a Google Android smartphone? This clip from the folks at Butterscotch presents one easy way—namely LastPass, an application which will securely store and recall all of your account information. For more information, including details on how to use LastPass yourself, watch this Android user's guide.
New to Microsoft Excel? Looking for a tip? How about a tip so mind-blowingly useful as to qualify as a magic trick? You're in luck. In this MS Excel tutorial from ExcelIsFun, the 626th installment in their series of digital spreadsheet magic tricks, you'll learn how to create a Gantt Chart to show the amount of time a project takes during a day.
Keeping score for a baseball game? Yup, there's an app for that. You don't even need to be a sports fanatic to use this app. Create your own rosters of players and teams for neighborhod games, or keep track at stadium games!
Downloading the Superbar Monitor for Windows 7 will help you keep a better eye on your computer's resources such as: volume, battery, memory, disk, and cpu. You are able to independently download, use and monitor each stat right from your taskbar.
RC Car Action Paul Onorato shows you a simple tip on keeping a tab on your suspension setup. Clean a cap and write the oil and piston used in the shock. Easy, and no more confusion! Watch this video tutorial and learn how to keep track of the maintenance of the shocks on a remote control car.
In this video tutorial, we learn how to prevent a laptop computer from being stolen as well has how to install tracking software that will enable you to find the culprit if it is. For more information, including a complete demonstration and detailed, step-by-step instructions, watch this how-to from the folks at Tinkernut.
In this clip, you'll learn how to create a session class with PHP to track users on your website. Whether you're new to the PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor scripting language or are a seasoned web developer merely looking to improve your chops, you're sure to find benefit in this free video programming lesson. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look.
Pets are one of the biggest sources of joy in life, but keeping track of their daily activities can easily become a chore. When you have a roommate or spouse that also likes to feed the cat or walk the dog, miscommunication can lead to double-feeding or an under-exercised pet.
When you think of companies that represent pillars like "privacy" or "security," Facebook is pretty far from the top of that list. However, the social media empire is making strides — small strides — to win trust with how it handles your user data. One of those efforts involves a way to prevent Facebook from tracking your iPhone or Android phone's location when you're not using the app.
There has been much talk about how unsecure the cloud is because of PRISM’s newfound ability to demand all of your data without any resistance. This has spin doctors in the Cloud Storage industry losing their mind. They suddenly went from a central hub for 10GB of your files, to an easy window for Big Brother to track you through. Centralized cloud storage is no longer a safe way to keep your files, but we still need a way to access our files anywhere we go.
Summertime means lots of parties, picnics, and barbecues—and wherever a group of fun-loving adults can be found basking in the sun's rays, delicious cocktails are sure to flow freely.
How To: Keep Track of What You Spend on Spotify, Netflix, & Other Online Subscriptions Using Your iPhone
As the internet continues to become a bigger part of our day-to-day lives, we slowly but surely start to rack up a bunch of web-based subscriptions. These internet subscription services—Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime, just to name a few—may seem innocuously cheap individually, but when combined, they actually comprise a significant portion of our monthly bills.
A man once told me to never complain about gas prices. With the average price of regular unleaded gas at $3.34 a gallon, it's hard not to, even if it is the holiday season. Since my car averages about 22 mpg, the man offered me this proposition: "If I offered you $3.34, would you walk 22 miles?"
With the sheer number of alt-coins that you can buy and sell on Binance — Ripple (XRP), Stellar (XLM), and NEO to name a few — keeping track of coins you're interested in is a hassle. But with the tap of a button, you can mark trades and alt-coins that are on your radar for quick access on your Binance account.
There were some pretty amazing things included in the Android 4.4 KitKat update, but unfortunately, most of them were left inactive on our Nexus 7 tablets. Some, like full-screen immersive mode and the hidden battery percentage status bar icon, could be enabled on rooted devices, but not everyone wants to root.
While iPhones may be more expensive than ever, it won't stop us from losing them or having them stolen. Whether you have an iPhone 5S or an iPhone XS Max, there's a good chance it'll go missing at some time during your ownership. It could end up in a couch cushion or in the hands of a pickpocket, but no matter what happens to it, you need to prepare it beforehand for the inevitable.
The calendar app is one of the unsung heroes found within your iPhone. It's the ultimate personal assistant that you've come to rely on to keep track of your schedule and ensure you never miss a class or meeting, all while reminding you of upcoming birthdays and deadlines to help maintain good relationships with loved ones and colleagues.
Privacy features have become quite the hot commodity, emerging from the aftermath of the NSA scandals that rocked the United States this past year. While the NSA has the means to gather information on all of us (regardless of any security software we implement), it doesn't mean that they're the only ones looking.
Ever think you're spending too much time on your Mac? Ever want to actually see how long you've been on certain apps? Well, that's exactly what Time Sink by Many Tricks tells you.
Lens caps are one of those necessary evils that serve a very useful purpose while still creating tons of headaches for users—who hasn't lost at least a few? Sure, you can always buy a holder for it, or just shove it in your pocket, but if you have some LEGOs lying around from your distant youth, you can make your own in just a few minutes.
If you've read anything in the news about Skype recently, it probably hasn't been good. First, there was the controversy over the company listening to and recording users' conversations. Now, there's a new spam tool for Skype that can harvest usernames, see whether or not you're online, and even parse your log files. Image by Lloyd Dewolf
Running on a track might be a little repetitive, but it’s also easy, even and a simple way to measure your pace.
In this software tutorial you will learn how to lay a vocal track using Logic Pro. The two part tutorial starts with 5 vocal tracks, and Stuart discusses keeping things organized and adding effects to the tracks in Logic Pro 7.
Learn how to keep track of cash on hand via special table in your MS Excel 2010 workbooks. Whether you're new to Microsoft's popular digital spreadsheet application or a seasoned business professional just looking to better acquaint yourself with the Excel 2010 workflow, you're sure to be well served by this video tutorial. For more information, and to get started tracking cash for your own budgets, take a look.
Jam tracks/backing tracks act like an instantly available band: while you play riffs on the lead guitar, backing tracks add the bass line and help ground your beat. This allows you to practice anything from major scales to minor scales. A drum beat is included to keep you strumming on the right beat.
This software tutorial will show you how to track a laptop if it gets stolen using free tracking software Adeona. Of course, it's a good idea to figure out how to keep your laptop from getting stolen, but if you lose it, you can use Adeona to find the location of your laptop.
This video teaches you how to become a DJ. In this session we can learn how to keep the beat off beat by keeping the timing of the beats the same. This video shows the specific way of increasing the beats and decreasing the beats according to the tracks that are played. This tutorial also has a live sample of how a beat can be matched off and a how to maintain a constant interval between the beats. It also has some specific instructions on how to maintain a constant interval between the track...
This video represent a bit of a digression for the Google Webmaster series of videos, spotlighting a cool Google-designed Android app and how to use it. The app in question is My Tracks, a free app that allows runner, bikers, and other distance exercisers to keep track of their distance, pace, splits, elevation, and all sorts of other information automatically with their phone. It will even create and save a map of your course, which you can then share online.
Keep Your Word is an innovative and simple Mac application which will let the user keep track of different words - useful for anyone whose area of study gives them a lot of vocabulary words or glossary terms to keep memorized.
Looking for an easy way to meter of your Internet bandwidth usage? This free video tutorial from the folks at CNET TV has got you covered. It details two freeware applications — one for Microsoft Windows, one for Mac OS X — that will help you keep track of your bandwidth usage. For the specifics, and to get started monitoring your own Internet usage, watch this helpful how-to.
Use autotune on Garageband with your MacFirst, create a new track. Click on real instrumental track. Create. Record your voice. Listen to the recording. Go to view, hide track editor. Go to enhance tuning. You can bring it to max for the TPain effect or choose the enhance tuning setting that you want. If you choose limit key, the program will keep you in the same key as your vocal key. (That was determined by the software.) For vocal effects, record a new track. Choose real instrument track, ...
Toy Tracks is the first level in Tread Land on Kirby's Epic Yarn, and as you might guess, is played like a toy store. Keep your eyes open for blocks and platforms that you can step on, and use the toys to get through to the end of the level!
Need to secure your track to the road bed for your model railroad? Well, this video tutorial will show you how to do it, not to mention show you how to weather your flex track.
The old school staple of many US homes with children, the remote control race track, has been given new life in augmented reality thanks to the Room Racer app for iPhones and iPads.
A wide variety of spices will make your homemade meals taste great, but they are tough to keep track of and messy when they spill. Watch this video to learn how to make a magnetic spice rack out of a sheet of steel that will keep your spices from spilling and looks really cool.
In case of a natural disaster, computer networks are often disabled, rendering the record keeping at most institutions useless. It's important that you make a financial first aid kit to ensure that you are able to get by and keep track of your personal information after a hurricane or fire. This video will show you what you should put in your financial first aid kit, which you should go make right now.
Spice up your computer's appearance with a cool looking screensaver like PolarClock. PolarClock works on OSX or Windows and replaces a dull screensaver with one that doubles as a clock. Now when you step away from your mouse and keyboard you can keep track of the time in style.
Bassline (otherwise known as 4x4 garage) is a popular bass laden variety of electronic music that has found it's way into mainstream pop production as well. If you want to start producing it, watch this video to learn, step-by-step, how to produce a 4x4 garage song from scratch in Reason 4.
Making rap beats is one of the most lucrative branches of electronic music that aspiring producers can get in to at this point. If you love hip-hop, have Reason 4, and want to start making some beats, watch this video to learn everything you need to know to get started.
When you visit a website in Safari, it's most likely keeping tabs on your browsing activity. It could be keeping track directly, or its third-party content providers and advertisers can be spying on you. All three could happen simultaneously. This enables them to serve you content that's tailor-made for you, but it can also feel like an invasion of privacy.