After watching the fallout from the new Georgia voting law passed two weeks ago, I’ve come to five conclusions.
-The right to vote shouldn’t be a partisan issue, but sadly has become one.
-The new law isn’t about election integrity, it’s... Read More
There is a lot of medical information, including vaccine information, available on the internet these days. Not everything on the internet is accurate, though, and it can be hard to tell what information you can trust and what information you... Read More
Roku said it has surpassed Samsung as the No. 1 supplier of smart TV operating system software in the U.S. and Canada.
“Roughly one in three TVs sold in the U.S. and Canada is running the Roku operating system,” said Steven Louden, speaking at... Read More
Let out that sigh of relief and toss out your 2020 calendar because 2021 is (finally) here. As you and your family start thinking about goals and new habits to build this year, we’re here to help you with your financial... Read More
20% of Home Energy Is Wasted
20% of the energy in our homes goes wasted, each year. That’s $400 of hard-earned money, down the drain, (or out the window), wasted each year, per household. Unfortunately, most of us do not realize this, and end up... Read More
Digital currency may be the most effective way the world has ever seen to increase economic freedom. If this happens, the implications are profound. It could lift many countries out of poverty, improve the lives of billions of people, and accelerate... Read More
Wondering where internet speeds are the fastest? Or maybe you want to avoid the states where loading websites is like watching paint dry? We can help.
We analyzed over three million speed tests taken to find out which states have the... Read More
Here are three things that must happen first before a President-Elect becomes President of the United States.
1. States must provide an official vote count
The news networks, newspapers and online media companies declare the winning candidate... Read More
As the fall season begins, school does too.
Things are a little different this year – some schools will have much smaller class sizes, some will be holding classes on alternating days, some will teach totally virtual courses, some a hybrid of... Read More
The US is kind of like that person who racked up more in Venmo requests than they can pay. US debt has been growing for decades, but it skyrocketed in the corona-conomy. From April-June, America’s debt became larger than the... Read More
Today, it was announced that Microsoft 365 apps and services will no longer support Internet Explorer 11 (IE 11) by this time next year.
Beginning November 30, 2020, the Microsoft Teams web app will no longer support IE... Read More
Digital content is on track to equal half of Earth’s mass by 2245, according to new research.
The research by Dr. Melvin Vopson, a senior lecturer at the U.K.’s University of Portsmouth, highlights the physics of information creation and the... Read More
“San Antonio, Texas, the place my family currently calls home, ranks high among major cities with the fastest-growing number of COVID-19 infections. Add in Houston, Austin, and Dallas, and Texas now accounts for over 7 percent of the nation’s... Read More
Although reading the (usually incomplete) ingredient list on your products won’t 100 percent guarantee that you’re avoiding toxins, it can be helpful for avoiding the most common and most dangerous toxins.
Here’s a handy list... Read More
While the Wednesday hijacking of several high-profile and verified Twitter accounts appears to have been confined to a cryptocurrency scam, security experts are warning that the platform’s security failures could lead to bigger attacks down... Read More