The paranormal phenomenon of black-eyed children is explored by a man who had a personal experience with one of these unexplained creatures.
Do you find yourself waking up in the middle of the night for hours before being able to fall asleep? Some studies show this might be absolutely normal (and healthy).
WordPress doesn’t always have font selections front and center, in fact some themes don’t even have a way to change it through the GUI. Here’s how to browse the stylesheet and make your own changes.
Developing your brand is one of the most important tasks in running your business. Unless you have a truly unique product, your brand is what sets you apart from your competitors.
The Jelly Comb wireless mouse is on the low end of wireless mice, but that doesn’t mean it skimps on performance. If you’re looking for a cheap mouse that gets the job done, check out this review.
If you have a website, making sure Google knows about it is high on the priority list. Here’s a quick tutorial on submitting your website to Google for indexing.
There’s more to the Internet than just Google. Yes, they’re the dominant search engine – but did you know there are many others out there and depending on what you’re searching for, some might even give you better results.
For the non-technical website owner, switching your site from http to https may seem like a daunting task. And to be fair, depending on your situation, it might not be a piece of cake. As the Internet moves towards tighter security however, the work will prove to be well worth it.
Eating small portions of dark chocolate may contribute to better health. While dark chocolate is known for its great taste, many people are unaware of its benefits. Let’s talk about some of the health benefits of dark chocolate.
A good reason to NOT pay any attention to those ads promising to pay you money for reporting unlicensed software. The long and short is, they’re not contractually obligated to pay you anything.
Ever heard of privilege creep before? If you haven’t, then this is worth a read. It happens everywhere – not just IT firms.
The Equifax data breach had millions upon millions of victims. Their ‘solution’ was piss-poor at best.