Review – Google Chromecast

There’s plenty of media streaming devices out there but probably the most popular are the Google Chromecast, Amazon Fire Stick, Roku, and in addition to those there are tons of others. I picked up a Google Chromecast after some thought and evaluation among all of these choices – two of the biggest reasons …

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Seamlessly Adding a New Domain to an Existing WordPress Sub-domain/Sub-directory Installation, Domain name for Random Bits & Bytes Blog, Google Domains

Google Domain

I’ve meant to pick up a domain name for the Random Bits & Bytes Blog for quite some time but I just never got around to it until now.  And there certain are a lot of benefits for the blog to have its own domain name rather than having it …

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Google Nexus 7 Review, Bobj Rugged Case, amFilm Premium Screen Protector Film, Fav Apps

You probably want to read my review of the Google Nexus 7, made by Asus. Not my thoughts on IOS versus Android so I won’t go into that… Okay, just a bit.  😉 I find the whole Apple versus Windows versus LINUX to be tedious, don’t you?  And I feel the same …

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Watertown Dog Park, Firefox Memory Leaks, Google Chrome, Vista & HP

Congratulations to my niece and her husband for their new baby boy (and sympathy for the long hours of labor), named after my Dad.       Watertown Dog Park A good example of why Jefferson County stays the same.  Some of the people of Watertown and Jefferson County were almost …

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Spammers Defeat Gmail CAPTCHA, Recording Off an HD Tuner, A Flickr Pic

Another Google Trick Another small Google trick (again, you can find lots of sites with these or figure them out using the Advanced search options in Google itself). Find all pages with a certain URL in the search. Example: inurl:view/index.shtml – searches only for pages with “view/index.shtml” in them. Spammers …

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Subscribing to Blog, Acer Drivers, Google Tips, Kira, SPCA, Zootoo, Watertown Dog Park

  (The is blog entry below is no longer relevant)   Subscribing Links/Feedburner.com Firstly, you might notice over on the right a couple new things. There’s both a “Subscribe to Random Bits & Bytes by Email” link as well as a “Subscribe in a reader” link. Eventually I need to add …

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