Following up on Predictions for 2018 in Tech

On New Years Eve, 2017, we wrote an article with predictions for the 2018 year in tech.  Now that the Halloween has passed and we are in the midst of the end of the year Holiday season, now's a good time as any to reflect on those predictions, and see what we got right, and … Continue reading Following up on Predictions for 2018 in Tech

Tech Tip: How to Save a Google Doodle for Offline Use

Google's Doodles are these fun little gimmicks, displays, and media presentations to honor events, people, holidays, innovations and other things associated with a specific date. However, some doodles may touch or entertain us, making us wish we had access to them for more than a 24 hour period. Good news! They are not gone forever … Continue reading Tech Tip: How to Save a Google Doodle for Offline Use

Tech Tip: How to Exclude a Domain from a Google Query Return

On any given day, there are over 3.5 billion search queries conducted through Google's search engine (or one query daily for every two people on earth).  Sometimes, however, we might want to filter the results to give a better targeted return for the search we are conducting. Even though I've discussed boolean search logic in … Continue reading Tech Tip: How to Exclude a Domain from a Google Query Return

Genealogy in the Internet Age

Hello French Fries! I hope you all had a great New Years. Those of you know me know that I am that rare breed of techie who actually loves sports. This weekend was the last weekend of the NFL season, and while we are inching closer and closer to the 2020's, the NFL playoffs are … Continue reading Genealogy in the Internet Age