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Fixed Price, Haggle Free Car Prices

Don't you HATE negotiating for the best possible car price?


I recently did some price shopping for a new F-150 Pickup using TrueCar, a car shopping website that shows you what typical buyers are paying for the same car and it showed me that there was a range of over $9000 in prices on some models. This means that some buyers paid over $9000 more for the exact same F-150 as other buyers who weren't aggressive negotiators.

Buying a car shouldn't be a test of your negotiating skills. The fact that one buyer can pay that much more for the same car, simply because they didn't know they could get a better deal is completely unfair.

The same is true for a lot of other products, like appliances, but it's particularly bad for car buyers because the prices are much higher and peopl... [More]

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Why Security Questions Are NOT Secure

I hate when a website forces me to answer Security Questions, because I know they are NOT Secure.


Identity theft is a serious problem these days, so just about every major website that keeps personal records uses some form of additional security, unfortunately most of them still use Security Questions as their only defense, which is a joke, because they are anything but secure.

The problem is the questions most sites use are completely pointless, and guessable. What good is asking somebody to enter their mother's maiden name, or the names of aunts, uncles, siblings or cousins, when there are a number of websites that will give them the answer. Anyone who understands how to use Facebook can find your mother's maiden name in seconds.

Even if you don't use Facebook, or mark... [More]

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Stop Using Fuzzy Profile Pictures

Why do so many people have horrible online Profile Pictures?


In the early days of the Facebook, digital cameras were just catching on, so it wasn't unusual for people to be stuck with a fuzzy picture in their profile. As cameras, and especially mobile phones became more widespread, I've often wondered why so many people still have horrible profile photos.

If you're one of those people who has a bad profile picture, why not fix it right now. Even if you can't find a nice clear photo that you can upload as your profile picture, I can guarantee you, or someone you know has a Smartphone that has a great camera inside. Find a place where the light is good, and strike a pose!


Guest Hosts on the Tonight Show

Do you remember when The Tonight Show had Guest Hosts?


One of the coolest things about The Tonight Show With Johnny Carson (besides Johnny), was the A-List celebrities who filled in for him as a Guest Host on his days off.

NBC stopped using guest hosts after Johnny Carson retired, which is a shame. Personally, I'd rather see a fresh show with a guest host than a rerun with an outdated monologue and guests promoting a movie that's no longer in theaters.

Guest hosts weren't just fill-ins. Some of them were truly A-List celebrities like Frank Sinatra, Don Rickles, George Carlin, or Steve Martin, who would never commit to a daily TV show, but were eager to fill Johnny's seat for a night or two.


In addition to A-List Celebrities, some of the best guest hosts were up... [More]

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Why Has The Internet Become a Popularity Contest?

The Internet puts too much emphasis on popularity.


In the early days of the Internet, search engines focused on ranking pages based on content. It was a pretty simple system. If you were looking for a web page with a certain word or phrase on it, the search engines would find pages that seemed to focus on whatever you searched for, based on the words on your page.

Unfortunately, many people exploited the early search engines by repeating certain keywords all over their page so that the pages would seem like a good match. Google revolutionized search engines by including one extra criteria in their search algorithms, the number of other web sites that link to the page. The thought behind it was that if there are 500 websites that point to a page about Star Trek, chances are... [More]

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Why Do AM Radios Have an Extra Zero?

Back in the old days, AM Radios had one less digit.


When I was growing up, the most popular station in New York City was 77, WABC. The station is still around today, but when you look at your radio it now reads 770, instead of 77. It's still the same station, broadcasting from the same frequency, but for whatever reason, radio makers have started showing the last digit, which is always zero.

As a tech guy, I'm aware that the radio display reflects the actual frequency of the station as measured in kHz, but since the stations are 10 kHz apart, the last digit is always zero, so there's absolutely no reason for it to be there.

Have you noticed that half the label on most cans of Duster are used for safety warnings?


It's mind blowing that a product designed to simply blow away dust would need to use toxic or flammable gases, especially when there are plenty of safe alternatives out there.

For example, I have a couple of small dusters from Giotto that don't have anything in them at all. You simply squeeze them and you get just enough air to clean most keyboards and camera lenses. They never run out, and they're completely safe.

I've also seen air cans that you can refill using a bicycle pump, and others that use plain carbon dioxide, which is neither flammable or toxic.

Sweatpants With Belt Loops

I'm not a big fan of sweatpants, mainly because of the string.


I'm one of those guys who always wears a belt because there's a certain comfort in knowing that my pants are securely where I want them, above my waist, where they belong. To me, one of the dumbest looking things is to see a man with his pants sliding down so much that the crack of his ass is showing.

That's why I rarely wear sweatpants. I simply hate the idea of running around wearing something that's held up by a piece of string. To me, the lack of a belt not only brings on the risk of your pants sliding down, but it makes me feel like I'm in my pajamas, not a real pair of pants.

Another reason I'd like to see sweatpants with a belt loop is because I wear my cell phone on a belt holster, so a lack of a belt... [More]

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Photo Labs Should Crop Paper, Not Photos

I hate when photo labs crop my photos.


Have you ever noticed than when you order prints of your photos, there's a good chance that some of your photo has been cropped out? Most of the time you won't notice it, but from time to time part of somebody's head will be cut off and you'll swear to yourself that you ligned up the photo perfectly when you shot it.

This is because the "Aspect Ratio" of your photo is different from the Aspect Ratio of the paper size you selected. The trouble is, most labs stick to a fixed list of popular paper sizes such as 4x6, 5x7, and 8x10. This means that if your camera has an Aspect Ratio of 3:2, a 5x7 or 8x10 photo isn't possible without some form of cropping.

To me, the solution is simple, rather than forcing people to crop their photos, w

... [More]

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Cruise Control That Adjusts to Speed Limit Changes

We may be a few years away from self-driving cars, but here's a small step in that direction.


As a followup to an earlier post about having an App that warns you when the speed limit has changed, I think it would be great if cars using cruise control could automatically adjust to changes in the speed limit.

As I mentioned in a previous post, there are speed traps everywhere. Sometimes as you're driving along, the speed limit will suddenly change and you don't notice the signs in time to slow down, which can lead to a speeding ticket.

If the can make cars that can drive themselves, it should be pretty easy to at least make a cruise control that can automatically adjust to changes in the local speed limit.

An App That Tells You When You're Speeding.

Don't you hate Speed Traps?


I recently received a speeding ticket in the mail that included a photo of my car taken by a traffic camera. What bothered me most was that I'm one of the slowest drivers you will ever see on the road. I make it a point to always go no faster than the speed limit, but in this particular case, I wasn't aware that the speed limit in that particular area was lower than normal. It was a classic speed trap.

If I knew about the lower speed in that area, I definitely would've slowed down, and avoided the ticket. That's when I thought about the idea of an App that runs in the background on your iPhone that could tell you when you are driving over the speed limit. If such an App existed, it could've warned me before I approached the speed trap.

Are You a Collector... or a Hoarder?

There's a subtle difference between collecting and hoarding.


If somebody goes into a store to buy a Star Wars or Star Trek collectible, how can you tell if they are a "Hoarder", or a "Collector"? To me there's a clear distinction between the two, and it has everything to do with what they do with the item once they get home.

To me, a "Collector" is somebody who truly loves and enjoys USING and DISPLAYING their collection, but a "Hoarder", DOES NOT USE OR DISPLAY their collection.


There's a huge difference between the two. A Collector is driven by the pleasure they get whenever they look at or handle the items in their collection, but a Hoarder is driven by the pleasure they get from simply HAVING their items, even if they are tucked away in a box in their attic.

I... [More]

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Here's how to take advantage of a little known Gmail feature that can simplify your inbox.


Did you know that Gmail ignores periods in Gmail address? So Ladybugkiller123@gmail.com is the same as Lady.Bug.Killer.123@gmail.com, and L.adyBug.Killer.123@gmail.com.

You may not think much of this, but it opens the door to a whole bunch of cool tricks, including the ability to Automatically organize your inbox and cut down on Spam.

The premise is simple. Since Google ignores the periods, you can use multiple variations of your email address on business cards and whenever you sign up for things online, then create simple filters based on where the periods are.

For example, if you use periods in specific positions whenever you register your email address for sites like Ama... [More]

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The Easiest Way To Avoid Spam

What is the best way to stop getting spam?


Since the beginning of the Internet, one of the biggest problems has been controlling the volume of spam. The problem is so bad that billions of dollars have been spent on developing all sorts of anti-spam filters and other efforts to block spammers from reaching your inbox.

With all that money and effort, believe it or not, the easiest way to avoid spam is pretty easy... Get a second email address, and don't give your new (private) email address to ANY websites. That's where most of the spam starts. Every time you give your email address to a company or website, you are not only giving them permission to send you email, they are also likely to share or sell your email address to other sites. Before you know it, you are on hundred... [More]

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An Instagram App For iPad

Why the heck doesn't Instagram have an iPad App?


Isn't it pretty strange that Instagram STILL doesn't have an iPad App? Ever since they were taken over by Facebook, they've got tons of resources, so why is it taking them so long to make a REAL App that works on the iPad.

Technically, you can use the iPhone App on the iPad, but that's pretty lame. It's not designed for a larger screen, so everything is distorted. When you think of it, Instagram is a photo sharing site, so doesn't it make sense to give people the best possible way to view their photos?

Why I Wear an Apple Watch

I've owned an Apple Watch since the first week they were released. Here's why.


Ever since smartphones came out, fewer and fewer people were wearing wristwatches, especially younger people, because they can get the time by looking at their phone. Considering this trend, some people wondered why Apple would even consider investing resources into developing a watch. As it turns out, their gamble paid off, because it's already become the most popular selling watch in the world. But why?

Here are a few reasons that I wear mine.

1. It's a REAL Watch. The most important reason to me is the same reason ANY watch is better than using your smartphone to get the time. Glancing at your wrist is safer and easier than to reach for your phone and risk dropping it. Simply stated, a s... [More]

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Behind The Scenes: Green Screen Tips

People often ask me about the background in my YouTube videos. Here's how it's done.


Since I get so many comments on my YouTube channel asking me if I've actually recorded my vlogs on the set of Star Trek, Seinfeld, or The Brady Bunch, I'd like officially admit that I use a green screen.

Of course, some of the backgrounds I use are pretty obviously fake, such as inside the Millennium Falcon, others like the living room from "Risky Business" look pretty realistic, so for the record, even those are fake too.

So here's a quick look behind the scenes, along with some simple tips. I'll be posting a more detailed video showing exactly how it's done at a later date.

Why Don't More Americans Speak a Second Language?

It seems like everyone in Europe speaks at least 2-3 languages, but most Americans only speak English. Why is that?


Like most Americans, my education included at least 6 years of foreign language studies, starting with the 6th grade, but I can barely order a burrito at Taco Bell without sounding like a tourist.

It's hard to pinpoint why my language education didn't stick, because I didn't just forget what I learned. I never really grasped the language even when I was in school, and I can say the same for just about everyone I went to school with. I think there's something fundamentally wrong with the way we teach foreign languages in the US.

Perhaps it's a lack of practice. The moment we step out of that classroom, we aren't motivated to use anything we learned. I'm n... [More]

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Where Do Great Ideas Come From?

Most of the greatest ideas didn't start out that way. They start out as a simple idea, and they evolve over time.


Great songs start with a simple melody or riff. Great paintings start with a crude sketch, and many great novels start with a simple outline. The key is they all had to start somewhere.

That's all there is to it. I could summarize today's thoughts into three short steps:

1 Start Somewhere.

2. Improve it.

3. Repeat step 2.

That's it. Once you start somewhere. Even if it's a half baked attempt, you can always improve it later. Even a complete failure of a first effort can be improved, but it's absolutely essential you start somewhere. With each improvement you move one step closer to something that would never exist if you didn't take the first ste... [More]

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5 Reasons Restrooms Should Have Paper Towels

It drives me crazy when a public restroom that has hand dryers instead of paper towels.


I know I've talked about this a couple of times, but I decided to bring up a few more reasons I think bathrooms should have paper towels instead of hand dryers. So, I'm listing 5 solid reasons here:

1. The first reason should be pretty obvious. I want DRY HANDS. I don't know about you, but I've used dryers more times than I can count, but I don't think I've ever been able to actually dry my hands with a blower. They simply don't work. Every time I use one, I leave the room with wet hands.

2. I like to wash my face whenever I'm in the bathroom, and one of the most frustrating things is to wash you face only to discover there are no paper towels to dry it off. It's hard enough trying... [More]

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The Fitbit Flex is very small and easy to lose, so there should be an easy button in the App to help you find it.


I misplaced my Fitbit Flex a while back and it took me about an hour to find it. My first impulse was to load the Fitbit App and see if it had a button to help you locate it. After all, it is a wireless device, so it makes sense that there would be an easy way to either pinpoint it's location, or at the very least, trigger an alert on the Fitbit. Unfortunately, there is no such feature.

Although there isn't a feature to locate it, I did notice that the App always shows the battery level of your Fitbit, so I moved from room to room until it showed me my battery level. Once I was able to see the battery level, I knew the Fitbit wasn't lost completely. It had to... [More]

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