Carolyn Nicander Mohr

  • LastReader – The First Place for Free Ebooks, Deals and More

    You know there are deals to be had on the Internet, but where do you find them? Do you just search for “deals” and hope for the best? Where should you begin? If you’re looking for free ebooks and/or deals on shopping, travel, apps, software and more, one of the first places you should check out is lastreader.com. Think of this website as your home base for savings. Lastreader.

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  • Facebook Watch – Blending TV with Social Media

    Last week Facebook announced its newest feature, designed to help you spend even more time on the site. That’s right, if you’re concerned that you aren’t spending nearly enough time on Facebook, this news will help solve your problem. Mark Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of Facebook announced on his Facebook page that Facebook Watch will be coming soon.

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  • A Day Without My Apple Watch — How I Pushed Through

    The question I get asked most about my Apple Watch is, “What do you use it for?” A day without my Apple Watch showed me clearly the features I missed most when I was without it. The other day something happened to me that hadn’t happened since April 2015 — I was without my Apple Watch. I got my Apple Watch the first day it was released and have worn it pretty much non-stop sin ...

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  • Texting While Walking Is a Bad Idea — Especially in Honolulu

    When you were young, your parents probably taught you how to cross the street safely, by looking both ways for oncoming cars. But they probably didn’t advise you to put away your cell phone while crossing the street. The City of Honolulu wants to be sure everyone is taught that lesson. Beginning on October 24, texting while crossing the street will be against the law in that city.

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  • 12 Reasons Why Google Photos Is My Favorite Photo Service

    Q. I read your recent article, 25 New Tech Tools I Use in My Daily Life, which was really helpful to me. I’m interested to know why you use Google Photos? I need a better way to organize and back up my photos and I’m wondering if Google Photos could work well for me too. Can you explain more about why you use Google Photos? A. Great question.

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  • The Give Back Box – The Best Way to Reuse Your Boxes

    If you shop online, you receive your items in shipping boxes. But what do you do with the boxes after you open them and get your stuff? You may throw them in the trash. You may recycle them. You may use them to make cool toys. You may even use them as beds for your pets. But you can use them for something even better — donating your unwanted stuff to charity with the Give Back Box.

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  • 25 New Tech Tools I Use in My Daily Life

    Two years ago I answered a reader’s question about the tech tools I use in my daily life in Top 25 Tech Tools I Use in My Daily Life! Since that time, many of the tech tools I use daily have changed leaving that article a bit outdated. As I consider what tech I use, I realize that much had changed in two years in my tech world. Sometimes updates to existing tech changed the way I used tech.

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  • 7 Helpful Home Improvement and Design Apps

    If you’re thinking of starting a home improvement or design project, you may think of tools such as a hammer and nails. But you should also be thinking of tech tools. With home improvement and design projects, apps can help you give you ideas, choose colors, and even do the job. Well, they won’t hammer in a nail for you or hang a picture.

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  • Google for Jobs May Help You Find Your Next Job

    On Tuesday Google launched a new search tool called Google for Jobs to help both job hunters and employers. If you are looking for a job, or want to fill a job, you may want to check out Google’s latest offering. Many available jobs go unfilled, with employers unable to find qualified candidates. According to Google’s announcement, “46 percent of U.S.

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  • Momentum Lets You Make the Most of Your New Tabs

    The choice of what you see when you open a new tab is an important one. You may want to see a favorite page, your email or a search page when you open a new tab. You can make more of your new tab page with Momentum, a free Google Chrome extension. When you download Momentum to your Google Chrome browser, you are greeted with information and inspiration.

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  • 8 Excellent Father’s Day Tech Gifts for 2017!

    Not sure what to get Dad for Father’s Day? These tech gifts are sure to please your father, whether or not he’s a tech fan. Even if your dad is difficult to buy for, you’ll find a fun and useful gift in this list. Whether your budget is small or exceedingly generous, you’re bound to be inspired by these gift ideas for your dad. You may even find a gift for yourself.

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  • The Apple News You Need to Know from WWDC 2017

    This week is WWDC, Apple’s annual conference for developers that gives a sneak peek at what’s ahead for Apple. Whether or not you’re a developer, you can get a glimpse of the future for Apple’s tech. Apple announced not only new devices, but also free updates to existing devices that will make your iPhone, iPad and Mac computer more useful.

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