Wednesday, February 27, 2019

Friday, February 22, 2019

It's Friday! Smash!

It's Friday and I found a nifty freebie for you!

Have you ever wanted to send a large file to someone but your email service shook a finger and said, "No-no-no!" We've all been there.

That's where Smash comes in. It's a file sharing service with no file size limits. It's also anonymous. There's no registration required. It's a simple site to use. The files stay on the site for 14 days - Plenty of time for retrieval. You can also password protect your files. Recipients can preview the content type of the files before they download.

There are also no ads on the site. That made me side-eye a bit, but they offer a premium service (that's dead cheap) to continue hosting content for retrieval for 1 year. It also offers a customized, branded service with prioritized routing and a tracking and history dashboard. That explains the lack of ads. A site that's crammed full of ads rarely grabs the attention of people who want customized services.

Smash is one for the bookmarks for sure.

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Friday, February 15, 2019

Monday, February 11, 2019

The return of Mobile Monday!

Check out the new Mobile Wallpapers for Valentine's Day at our regular web site.

Here's an example of what you can do with a launcher and a widget. If you want help organizing and customizing your Android smart phone, give us a call!

Friday, February 8, 2019

Friday, February 1, 2019

Free Friday - Can't Have Freedom With Censorship

It's Friday! Yay! And into life some freedom flows...

My freebie pick for today is about real freedom. It's about censorship and the right to read what you please without interference. I think it's a basic human right. It's not given to us by a government, it's inherent.

With that in mind, here is a link to books that were banned and are now freely available online. It sincerely boggles my mind that books like "Huckleberry Finn" and "Candide" were once pulled from the eyes from the public because of their provocative content. Both are favorites of mine. You can find links to download both of them at the page below.

Certainly, some of the books may offend people. Thomas Paine's "The Age Of Reason" offended many both here in the US and in Europe and English publishers were prosecuted for printing the book. There are plenty of more recent examples of banned books that are well worth a read.

UPenn has a huge library of books available for download as well. It's worth looking at their page as well.