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Mac iPod Cartoon Full Resolution by Jason Pierson

Upgrading Your Mac in Six Easy Steps (cartoon)

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My friend and colleague, Jason Pierson, was so frustrated at his iPod issues that he had to draw a cartoon about it.
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Freeware Friday: Secunia PSI

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Most people don't have IT backup at home. Try Secunia PSI to keep your personal computer up to date.
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Freeware Friday: System Cleanup for Android

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Our Jeremy Lesniak reviews the free Android system cleaner utility System Cleanup. Does this root-required app do the job? It does -- here's why it's his pick for this week's Freeware Friday.
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Freshbooks

App Review: Freshbooks

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aNewDomain.net — There are a number of things in this world that are far more trouble than they’re worth. For many of us, invoicing is one of those challenges. Invoicing has so many variables — clients that have stark differences in how they want to be billed, the coordination of your specific accounting system and […]
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Freeware Review: Why I Uninstalled Taptu for Android

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Taptu for Android is a highly-rated, free news reader. But our Jeremy Lesniak is bucking the groupthink. Here's why he uninstalled it -- and what you should understand before you give this popular freeware a whirl.
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Small Business Networks: A How-to on Upgrading

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aNewDomain.net — Not so long ago it was easy to determine your network needs. No issues meant no changes necessary, and hardware or software not working meant it was time to upgrade. All that was before the fancy eight-zero-two dot eleven and Godzilla-sized data floating around the world. Now it’s a lot more complicated, and most organizations […]
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Freeware Friday: Greenify for Android

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Freeware Friday presents Greenify, the little app will put other apps to sleep, manage app functions and un-bog down your Android device.
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Replacing the Virtual Meeting: Online Collaboration Tools roundup

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Virtual meetings have a definite downside. Online collaboration tools are just the ticket in a lot of situations. Let Jeremy Lesniak count the ways ...
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Jeremy Lesniak: Lukewarm on the Ouya (first look)

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Jeremy Lesniak takes a look at the Ouya video game console. Here are first impressions -- and why his reception is so lukewarm.,
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Why Every Computer Should Have An External Power Supply

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Our Jeremy Lesniak explains why every computer should have an external power supply -- convenience be damned.
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Five Ways to Reuse Old Computers: Test Bench to Backup Server

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Here are five ways to reuse old computers. Make them test systems, backup servers with software like Karen's Replicator, parts farms ... here's how to do it
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Freeware Friday: aCar for Android Reduces Your Carbon Footprint

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aNewDomain.net – I drive a lot for my job — sometimes more than 30,000 miles per year. So it’s essential for me to keep my automobile expenses in check. Armand Avanes’ aCar app for Android is my favorite mobile money manager, and it’s my pick for Freeware Friday. Here’s a screenshot of the aCar app for Android: […]
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Podcast Management That Rocks: BeyondPod for Android

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Our Jeremy Lesniak reviews BeyondPod for Android. He says podcast management just doesn't get any finer. Here's why.
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Reverse Lookup for Android: Freeware Friday

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Do you screen calls? Avoid unknown callers like malaria? Reverse Lookup for Android is freeware that beats similar online systems in functionality and its in-app capabilities set it apart from the rest of the pack. Our Jeremy Lesniak, a ruthless call screener selects Reverse Lookup for Android as this week's Freeware Friday pick. Nice.
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Freeware Friday: Key Ring for Android, Apple iOS

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Our Jeremy Lesniak tests the Key Ring smartphone app. His conclusion? Ditch the plastic and download Key Ring. Your pockets and your wallet will thank you.
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St Patrick’s Day 2013 Video How to Find a Real Four Leaf Clover

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How to Find a Real Four Leaf Clover Video -- it's the money. This YouTube broadcaster shows you just how easy it is to find the four-leafed varietal of the typical clover. Also, check out the video on how to make a four-leaf clover in origami. Happy St. Patrick's Day 2013.
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Geek Evolution Infographic

Evolution of the Geek infographic

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We thought we’d share this gem with you — as a sequel to our popular Are You a Geek or a Nerd piece we ran a few weeks ago. This Evolution of the Geek infographic describes not just the different geek varieties, but their historical origins, too. Graphic credit: Flowtown
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PC vs Mac vs Linux Operating System Development Cycle

From OS Rumors to Release: The Development Cycle (comic)

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Ever notice how people react to the development cycle of an operating system — whether it’s Windows, Linux or the latest Apple OS? First there are the rumors, then the outpouring of thoughts around the beta and, finally, reaction to the release.  Nathan Wright and I illustrate the different reactions we see around those three […]
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Meet Isaac Kendall: Senior Contributor for aNewDomain.net

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Isaac Kendall, our newest senior contributor, is a tech pro who works at a cloud services company. He's been a wireless industry specialist for almost two decades. Email him at isaac@aNewDomain.net and follow him @isaackendall. He is +Isaac Kendall on Google Plus.
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True Tech Support Horror Stories

True Tech Support Horror Stories: Part Four (Open to READERS)

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It's True Tech Support Horror Stories. Got one to share? Email Jeremy@aNewDomain.net or Ant@aNewdomain.net.
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