How to Resize Multiple Images at Once

I am a local website designer in Virginia, and sometimes I need to resize multiple images at once to fit a specific need. The most common use I have is for a client's slideshow or image gallery.  I use to...

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Upgrade Your Home for Less than $100

Want to make a small upgrade to your home that will seem like a million bucks? Well, that will make life easier or more convenient? Here are six simple home upgrades that cost less than $100 each and they'll improve...

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What Does Your ISP Know About You?

Last October, the FCC passed regulations that were intended to require your Internet Service Provider (ISP) to take extra precaution in protecting your information. These rules would also prevent your ISP from selling information on your internet usage habits...

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How to Fix a Fidget Spinner

I recently wrote an article about the best fidget spinners and fidget cubes and how they can help solve a fidgeting problem. There you'll also find a link to the most expensive fidget spinner. Be sure to check it out if you're...

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Fidget Spinners

Like having something to do with your hands while you're waiting in line or watching TV? Fidget spinner toys keep your hands...

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Raspberry Pi as a Bandwidth Monitor

Here's how I started using a Raspberry Pi as a bandwidth monitor for my internet connection. It's also a quick tutorial on how to set up your own. My internet service provider (ISP) just started offering cable internet access...

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EarlyBird Attack on New Websites

Google is like a giant vacuum, sucking in and indexing content as it finds it on the web. When it finds fresh content it hasn't  seen before, it indexes the page it's on and all the content it finds...

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