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A Quick Way to Hide Text

Here's a quick and easy way to hide text without using encryption.


The best way to hide something you've written is to use some kind of encryption password, but some programs don't have a way to do it.

Once you've finished writing your text, look for an option to select all the text, then go to the font menu and select a font that contains symbols instead of letters, such as "WingDings", "Dingbats" or "Symbols". That's all there is to it. Your text is no longer readable.

Next time you load the file, the text will remain hidden until to reverse the steps by selecting all the text again, then selecting a regular font.

While this isn't as secure as a real encryption password, it at least gives you a way to hide text in programs that don't have an encryption option.

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Amazon Should Get Rid of Alexa

Hey Siri... What is Amazon Alexa?


I don't think Siri can answer that question, mainly because Amazon can't even answer it. For more than 20 years, Amazon Alexa has been the name of a service that provides traffic statistics to website owners, however for some strange reason, Amazon decided to give the Personal Assistant inside their Amazon Echo product line the exact same name.

One of the fundamental goals of building a brand is making sure the name itself is uniquely identifiable with the product or service, which makes you wonder why they decided to call their new Personal Assistant, Alexa. Of all the thousands of possible names Amazon could've used for their new Personal Assistant, why pick a name that they're already using for another product? What were they thinking?
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An Email Sanity Check?

Oops... Did I just send THAT?


Every now and then we write an email without considering what the recipient will think when they read it. Sometimes it's something simple, like our choice of colorful language or jargon, but other times the entire email is just plain crazy. This can happen as a result of writing emails after having a bad day, or perhaps a too much to drink. Whatever the reason, it would be great if there was an alert when we've gone a bit too far.

We've all seen email spell checks and grammar checks, but sometimes what we really need is a SANITY CHECK! Just a little reality check that scans the words in our email and gives us a chance to re-think it before we hit send.

Of course, for some people in particular, that sanity check could include a system that n... [More]

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Self-Destructing Email.

Some emails have a tendency to haunt you for years. Here's how a system can be designed to make some of them go away right after reading them.


After all the buzz over Hillary Clinton's email server in the 2016 election, I think we all know the value of securing sensitive emails. One way this could be done is to create a system where emails that need to be secure are stored as encrypted text on the server, and can only be read by looking up the encryption key when you receive it.

To make it even more secure, it would be great if your email system could put an expiration date on the encryption key, and deleting the key as soon as it expires, effectively rendering the original email unreadable.

Like SnapChat, the system isn't foolproof, because people can still copy or print... [More]

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Safer Texting Buttons

Texting while driving is unsafe. Here's how to make it safer.


We all know how unsafe it is to text and drive, yet it's hard to entirely avoid the distractions because although we can try to resist the urge to type replies while driving, it's hard to ignore reading messages as they arrive.

The solution is to make it easier for people to quickly switch from reading and writing texts to simply talking (hands free) on the phone. To make this happen, smartphone makers like Apple and Samsung can show TWO easy buttons on the lock screen when a text message comes in.

One button sends a reply to the sender that says "Call me".

The second button says "Call Now". It doesn't send a reply. It just dials back the person who sent the text.

In both cases, the driver doesn't need... [More]

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Electoral College 2.0

Many people today would like to get rid of the Electoral College. Here's a better alternative.


From time to time we elect a president who doesn't win the popular vote, which naturally leads to a lot of debate about the purpose of the Electoral College. Most of the debate is grounded in the misconception that we are living in a "Democracy".

The fact is, there is no such thing as a PURE Democracy. We're a Democratic Republic, which basically means we don't vote directly for anything, but we do vote for people who represent us. When the Constitution was drafted, the Founders went to great lengths to insure that each community would have a voice that reflects each of their unique values and needs.

Because the population and needs of each state vary so much, the solution wa... [More]

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Is History Accurate?

If we can't agree on the events of our own time, how can we trust that the history we read is accurate?


If you picked up The New York Times and The New York Post and read a story about an event that took place yesterday, there's a pretty good chance that the two newspapers won't agree on what took place. Regardless of which side you agree with, you can't deny the fact that the they both see the event differently.

This isn't something new. People always will always see things differently, depending on their point of view. If you asked people during the days of the American Revolution what they thought about the events of the day, there would be just as many differing opinions about the war, the British, and the formation of our new government.

I'm sure the majority of tho... [More]

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Beware of Calendar Spam!

There's a new kind of Spam on the horizon... Calendar Spam!


Spammers have found a new way to send you unsolicited advertisements... by sending you Calendar Requests, which bypass your email Spam Filters.

In the past 2 weeks, I've received about 5 or 6 Calendar Spam requests, which popped up on my iPhone lock screen and even on my Apple Watch. Unlike regular Spam which shows up in your Email Inbox, these pop up as notifications asking you if you'd like to "Accept" the invitation to buy something.

A Better Flight Mode

The problem with Flight Mode is that it's not that useful on a Flight.


Just about every Smartphone made today has a feature called "Flight Mode" or "AirPlane Mode" that is used to quickly turn off all radio communication so that it doesn't interfere with the instruments used on airplanes.

Generally speaking, airlines only require you to use Flight Mode when taking off or landing, because they like to encourage customers to purchase access to their WiFi network to check email, update social media and watch in-flight entertainment.

Unfortunately disabling Flight Mode on the plane (so you can use WiFi and Bluetooth) uses a lot more battery than you'd think, because the phone will continuously try to re-connect the cellular connection. Since there is no chance you'll actually... [More]

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Are Mirrors Above Urinals a Good Idea?

Are restroom urinal mirrors a good idea? You bet!


About a week ago, I saw something in an airport restroom that I've never seen before, eye level mirrors just above the urinals. I didn't know what to think of them at first. They seemed a bit out of place.

Eventually I realized that when men are using the urinals they can't keep an eye on their luggage and my next thought was... why not put them in EVERY public restroom? It's not just about keeping track of your luggage. They can be just as handy if you've got shopping bags, or simply so you can see if anyone is trying to take your wallet.

The bottom line. I love the idea.

No iPhone Left Behind... Thanks to Apple Watch?

If you walk about 30 feet away from your iPhone, chances are your Apple Watch will realize it before you do.


The iPhone and Apple Watch were, literally, made for eachother. Your iPhone knows when it's connected to your Apple Watch and vice versa. Consequently, your Apple Watch knows when that vital connection is broken, and you've walked more than 30 feet away from your iPhone.

When your Apple Watch is more than 30 feet away from your iPhone, there is a small red indicator on the face of the Watch indicating that it's no longer connected.

It would be great if the Apple Watch had a feature where it can ring an alarm whenever the connection is lost, just in case you accidentally left if behind.


This would be a huge help in cases where you didn't realize you left you... [More]

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If you've ever been unable to post comments on YouTube because of the error message "Comment Failed to Post", this is what to do.


There's a bug in YouTube that pops up every now and then that prevents people from posting comments. Although it will let you type in your comment, you can't post it. All you see is a little red sentence that says "Comment Failed to Post.". It doesn't tell you why, or offer any help whatsoever.

The first few times I saw the message, I just gave up and tried again later and it worked, so I just assumed it was a connection problem. As the message kept coming up I decided to do some research and all I could find were a bunch of videos from frustrated people who were just as confused as me, and in some cases they assumed they were being censored bec... [More]

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Don't you hate when somebody outbids you on eBay at the last second?


For what it's worth, eBay may call themselves an auction site, but they don't use REAL auction rules, which has a big effect on the outcomes of many of their auctions.

Unlike a traditional auction, eBay has a preset end time for each auction, making it easy for people to take advantage of the time limit and only bid at the last minute, making it impossible for anyone to bid again. This is known as "Sniping", because the final bid comes in out of nowhere at the last second.

In a real auction, there is no preset end time. The auction starts with an opening bid, and continues indefinitely as bids are placed. Every time a new bid is placed, the auctioneer asks if anyone is willing to bid higher, and the auc... [More]

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What if... You Knew You Couldn't Fail?

Is Fear Holding You Back?


One of the biggest fears in life is the fear of failure. It keeps us from doing the things we've always wanted to do because we fear the consequences of failure. We stick to our comfort zone and play if safe, but in the back of our mind we wish we had the courage to step out of that comfort zone and really enjoy our deepest fantasies.

What if you knew you COULDN'T Fail? Would that help you do the things that you're afraid of?


The truth is, if you really think about the things you fear most, you may find that the chances of failure aren't as bad as you think. In fact, you even discover that for some things, failure isn't all that bad either.



Pay for Google AdWords with AdSense

Why doesn't Google have a way to link AdWords to AdSense?


Most websites today, including IdeaOfTheDay.Com, use Google's AdSense to generate revenue from banner ads. It's pretty simple to set up, and Google takes care of just about everything, including selling the ads. All you do is put some code on your web pages and wait for the money to come in.

Most of the ads they run come from their AdWords service, which lets websites buy ads. Because of this, a lot of websites use both services on a regular basis. Sites pay Google to get traffic, then they get paid for serving ads to that traffic.

The way things are right now, the two services use independent accounts, so you pay for ads using your credit card, and when you earn revenue it's applied to your bank account.

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Better Software Subscription Ideas

The new trend in software is subscription based pricing, but is it right for everyone?


The software industry has changed quite a bit in the last few years. The biggest change is a shift from one price ownership to a monthly or annual subscription, which basically translates to software rentals.

Microsoft was one of the first companies to make the move, by giving customers two main pricing options, a one time price of $150 for one PC, or $99 per year for up to 5 PCs. The lower option for multiple PCs made the choice easier for households with multiple computers, giving Microsoft a good starting point for building their base of subscribers.

Around the same time, Adobe started selling their $2000 Creative Suite for an introductory price of just $49 per month. Like Microsoft,... [More]

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FitBit Should Support Apple HealthKit

Why doesn't Fitbit work with Apple's HealthKit?


One of the biggest selling features for just about any health related device these days is integration with Apple's HealthKit, but for some reason, FitBit, the largest manufacturer of fitness trackers doesn't support it. That's pretty strange.

Apple's HealthKit is a platform for a wide range of health and fitness apps and devices to share data and work together to share data and give you a better look at your health. Because they work together, you can see the relationship between your activity at any given time, and other factors like you blood sugar, heart rate, and blood pressure.

When Apple introduced HealthKit I assumed Fitbit would be one of the first products to use it, but for some reason they decided not to support i... [More]

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They erased C-3PO's memory at the end of Episode III... Why not R2-D2?


One of the more interesting things about the Star Wars Prequels is that at the end of The Reveng of the Sith, they made it a point of saying they would have C-3PO's memory erased, but they made no mention whatsoever of R2-D2. The two droids were standing side by side when they made that decision, so you would think that they would ask for both to be erased.

R2-D2 clearly saw everything C-3PO saw, and can definitely communicate. It may come across as nothing but beeps and whistles, but many people and droids in the Star Wars Universe seem to be able to understand him, and he can easily communicate by way of plugging into various computer banks.

There was a very big reason why his memory wasn't erased.

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Why We Can't Trust The Media

It's becoming harder and harder to trust the news as it's reported these days.


It's been said that 50% or more of what is reported in the news is either accurate or misinterpreted. Unfortunately, that figure is probably wrong. That's because it was something I read on a news site that most likely was inaccurate or misreported. Do you see the problem?

The fact is, most news reporters today get their information from other sources in an endless cycle of smaller sources being quoted by larger ones, until you eventually don't have a direct connection to the original source. Because of this, when a news organization needs to fact check a story, they often can't dig enough to get the story's real origin.

To compensate for this, most fact checkers are satisfied to simply quote... [More]

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Re-Thinking YouTube's New Monetization Rules.

There's a lot of buzz in the YouTube community over a series of new changes to their monetization rules.


One of the great things about YouTube is that it allows people to earn money from advertising that runs with the videos they create. In some cases, it's a simple banner ad that appears on the bottom of the video as it plays. In other cases, it's a full-fledged video commercial that runs before the video starts.

What that translates to is a decent income for video creators who've built a large subscriber base. While the income can vary substantially between videos, the rule of thumb is you can expect about $1 or $2 per every thousand videos viewed. For a young channel like Idea Of The Day, that works out to about $15 per month, but for a channel with millions of views, i... [More]

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How much do you love your job?


Here's something to think about. Imagine a world where every job had the exact same salary. We do our jobs and at the end of the week, everyone's paycheck is the same. Doctors, lawyers, street cleaners and sewer cleaners earn the same income.

If this were the case... Would YOU still be doing the same job?


If you answered no, it probably means you gave up one what you REALLY wanted to do, just because it didn't pay as much as you wanted.

It's not an easy question, because somewhere between our youth, when we didn't think about money, and our adult life, most of us abandoned those ideas and followed an entirely different path.

There is no right or wrong answer. Everyone has to make a living, so choosing a profession based on inc... [More]

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* Note: The ideas on "Idea of the Day" were posted without any formal research into existing inventions.

In some cases, patents may already exist for these ideas, in other cases, there may not be any existing patents and you are free to develop and explore the viability of developing and patenting the ideas.

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