How Passwords are Cracked: Never Use one Password on All Accounts

One-for-all passwords. Recently I was helping a client configure Outlook 2010 to use 4 email addresses I had earlier created. Those email addresses were created using his custom domain on Instead of logging in and out 4 times to check each account on, I told him it would be easier to use Outlook 2010 which […]

Defying The Apple Gods: Jamaica and The App Store

Remember that promise I made to you about an extensive post on Apple’s App Store and what its like living in Jamaica? Bah, me neither. Can I benefit from the App Store? There was an era some time ago where any human being that existed outside of the United States was inadvertently insulted by  Uncle Steve and his army of […]

10 Online Tools every Blogger should be aware of and use

Blogging has really gotten popular in recent years. It wasn’t that long ago that people associated blogs or “web logs” with super smart internet geeks blogging about topics that average brain did not care about. Nowadays though there are blogs on every topic from tech to cooking to politics and everything in-between. So you are […]

Office health hazards and you

Hey again folks. Its one of your fav tech dudes with some important information that can and will prove useful. As a tech pro, you may escape the risk of serious injury, but there are still A LOT of things that could befall you right at your desk. Three of these conditions are:

1. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Yow know the people in your office with those ridiculous Velcro contraptions strapped to their forearms and hands? They’re not professional bowlers. They have what is perhaps the most common office malady around–carpal tunnel syndrome. This is marked by pain, soreness, tingling, numbness, or itching that’s caused when a nerve that runs through the forearm is compressed by swollen ligaments and bones in the wrist. It’s brought on by too much typing. Read more about Office health hazards and you