Forget Your Charger Brick All the Time?

I would always forget my charger when I took my laptop with me. I have turned the car around many times to go back and get it. Other times I would hope the battery would last long enough to get the work done. That little tether with its transformer brick is such an important component. I started looking online for one that was equivalent to my laptop power brand. I actually found one that was better. It is made better, and the company even says it is safer than original equipment laptop power. I see that it has tougher looking cables, and it even has a place to plug in my mobile and my tablet to charge them while it is plugged into the computer.

It has a built in surge suppressor. Now I bought it to be used as a second charger for my laptop, but I am using it as my primary charger. I put the original one in my backpack to take with me. However, I also pretty routinely forget to bring my mobile charger or my tablet charger. Continue reading

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I Wanted the New IPhone

I really enjoy new technology after it has been tried and tested. I used to be the first to go out and buy anything new as far as tech is concerned, but that was just until I found out that the first version usually has a lot of glitches. I then started to wait to buy new products until they got the kinks worked out, which is why I was delaying in getting a new iPhone. I heard about the new iOS8 having some issues. A friend told me to not delay and go to instead.

He told me that instead of waiting for the kinks to get worked out, I could use this site to install a jailbreak to my new iPhone. That way, I could use an older operating system that did not have the glitches that the new one has. The main thing I was concerned about were my apps. I know it is a cell phone, but I use it mostly for the apps that I have been using for a few years now. Continue reading

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Two Customer Friendly Plan Features Available Through Frontier Internet

You may scratch your head in total bewilderment when trying to determine which Internet service provider, or ISP offers you the best service. There are dozens of different options available depending on where you actually live. Now even satellite based Internet connections are available, but usually far more costly than a standard Internet service.

One Internet service provider that is available in over half the U.S. states is Frontier Internet. You can find more information about Frontier and compare rates and services by linking directly to

There were a number of noticeable features offered by Frontier Internet. Many of these were not only unlike plans available through other providers, but these differences also made Frontier more appealing in many respects. Here are a couple specific options that Frontier offers their customers that made considering them as your ISP provider very attractive.

  • No Contract

Frontier Internet does not require a binding contract between their customers. Without a contractual arrangement to hold customers hostage, Frontier must continue to provide outstanding service on a daily basis to maintain their customer base. Most Internet providers may offer a special discount on pricing, but invariably this discount expire and will eventually increase, plus the customer is locked in for a minimum length of time.

  • Price Guarantee

The plans offered by many Internet service providers initially offer their new customers services at discount rates, but after a designated period, (usually around 12-months), your Internet service rate will increase to a higher cost. Frontier guarantees a price lock for a period of 2-years, a tempting feature when paired with no contracts. Many temporary price reductions are only offered to new customers and almost always will increase after a time listed in your service contract. Whatever price you sign up for with Frontier Internet on day one of service, that is the price you will pay on day number 730.

If you are searching for an Internet provider it might be worth your time to determine if Frontier Internet is available in your community. With no binding contract, plus a guaranteed price lock for 2-years, they become very appealing when comparison-shopping against all the Internet provider options available.

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Collaborating with Java Tech Professionals when You Need It the Most

Press Kit | Citrix OnlineWorking with higher-level languages, such as Java, Python, or Ruby can be a difficult learning experience, even for those with prior programming experience. While it is true that most of them have roots deep in C++ and other lower-level syntax, their unique approach and diverse libraries make each language a new adventure and one that doesn’t end with “Hello World”. When first tackling one of these languages, the most obvious choice of action will be for the developer to locate specific tutorials and snippets that focus on the basic usages of the language and individual syntax specifics. Once this initial phase wears away, programmers begin to hunt for collaboration and community assistance with their problems. No tutorial has mastered the art of including every problem a programmer will encounter, regardless of experience or skill level. Continue reading

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Being Nice to Your Colleagues is Being Nice to Yourself

 ... images collaborative. | Informatique & Internet | Scoop.itI would say that about half of my Internet time in corporate cubicles was spent hanging out at this one Java tech collaboration site. I was well-trained in college in Java, and I had learned a lot on my own, but I did not know everything. So, I needed help, ideas and feedback all the time. So did other programmers, and an Internet collaboration site was the perfect place for us to anonymously help each other out during the day with our coding.

Anonymity was good, since many of us were likely really working for competitors. The real boon from this collaboration came after my longstanding position was downsized. I had been with that company for over a decade and had no idea how to job hunt. Continue reading

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