These are the 25 worst passwords of 2015 | PCWorld

The more common password faux pas remain including basic numerical passwords and sports terms. Star Wars: The Force Awakens was big news in 2015, and it appears quite a few people went with Star Wars-themed passwords such as ‘starwars,’ ‘solo,’ and ‘princess.’ More by...

3 Gmail Add-Ons You Need to Use! – YouTube

Published on Jan 20, 2014 Steve takes a look at the benefits of using 3 terrific Gmail add-on applications. www.rapportive.com www.boomeranggmail.com www.findbigmail.com Steve showcases Rapportive, which offers social context in email, Boomerang, which creates...

Access Tip 18: Modifying Tables

Whenever you’re adding a new field to a table, there are three important things that you’ll need to think about: data types, character limits, and validation rules. The data type determines whether the field will contain text, numbers, currency, dates, or...

iPhone Tip 19: Calendar

Calendar Ideas by Merlin Dean Wouldn’t it be nice to have a calendar to keep track of everything you need to do? Your iPhone has a calendar and in this tutorial you will learn how to use that calendar to keep track of events that are relevant in your life. It is...

Spritz Helps you Read Faster.

Spritz is a new tool that takes text from something you read and tries to speedup and simplify the reading process. I recently discovered when I watched a local news show called Chronicle, an excellent news magazine here in the Boston area. Quite often they will do...

iPhone Tip 22: Compass

Here is a review of the iPhone Compass on an iPhone Have you ever been lost in the woods? Maybe you’ve wandered around the city and so lost track of where you are; I have. The compass on your iPhone can serve as a tool to help you find your way. I must confess...

Learning Dragon NaturallySpeaking by Nuance

Many years ago I tested Dragon NaturallySpeaking and at the time my computer was not powerful enough to handle Dragon NaturallySpeaking by Nuance. About two years ago I rediscovered Dragon and I use it for dictating emails in Microsoft Outlook and for writing these...

Access Tip 8: Sorting and Filtering

Sorting and filtering are tools that help you organize your data. Sorting arranges things in alphabetical or numerical order. Filtering hides data based on its value, allowing you to just focus on the most relevant data. Depending on what type of data you have, you...

Microsoft Ribbon and Tabs Tutorials

Microsoft Office Training Tutorials: Introducing the Microsoft Ribbon & Tabs When I teach people things about Microsoft Office I typically use Microsoft Word as the tool to create my tutorials. The things you learn Microsoft Word will carry over to Excel,...

YouTube Tip 5: Who Makes These Videos?

Everybody Makes Videos These Days! In this tutorial on I am going to talk about who is making all of these videos that we see on YouTube. Video cameras and smart phones with built-in video cameras allow us to quickly record and upload videos directly to YouTube. In a...