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The On-Demand Generation

Millennials don't know what it's like to live in a world of patience and anticipation.


Technology has given the Generation Gap a new meaning. Today's Millennials grew up in an era where just about everything they do these days is on-demand.

Not only can they play their favorite songs, movies or TV shows in a matter of seconds, but they can jump directly to their favorite parts. When I grew up, there were only about 7 TV channels, which means we all watched pretty much the same shows at the same time. If you missed your favorite movies or shows, there was nothing you could do about it, unless the networks decided to play them again a few months ago. Classic movies like The Wizard of Oz played only once a year, but most never played more than once... And we accepted that... [More]

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iPhone Custom White Balance

Why doesn't the iPhone have a Custom White Balance option?


Whenever Apple releases a new iPhone, most of the improvements are related to the camera, because the iPhone is now the most popular camera in the world, yet it lacks one of the most important features that serious photographers need the most, custom white balance.

Custom White Balance isn't a new idea. There is a Custom White Balance feature in almost every camera made by traditional camera makers like Canon, Nikon, and Sony. The question is... why doesn't Apple include this critical feature?

Without a Custom White Balance option, the camera software is forced to guess the color of the light in the room, which isn't very reliable. It's virtually impossible for a camera to know whether it's looking at a slightly y... [More]

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Hey Car Makers... Shut the Lights!

Who's fault is it when your battery dies because you left a light on?


Most cars sound an alarm when you leave your headlights on by mistake, because it could drain your battery, but for some reason, there is no alarm when you leave an interior light on. Why is that?

This little oversight is responsible for countless dead batteries over the years, but the solution is pretty simple.

The easiest solution is to use electronic switches that automatically turn off 5 minutes after you turn them on, so they don't stay on all night. This eliminates the problem entirely because every light, including both interior and exterior lights will shut off long before draining the battery.

A second solution is to simply treat the interior lights the same as headlights, so that if you lea... [More]

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Does our government REALLY represent us?


When the Founding Fathers drafted the Constitution of the United States, they wanted to create a truly unique government that was made up of everyday common people. A government OF the people, FOR the people, and BY the people of the United States.

What we ended up with is a government of career politicians, ex-military, and wealthy business executives, who simply can't relate to the everyday routines of the common citizen.

What we need is at least one cabinet position specifically for an outsider who has never served public office, and who has never run a major company. Basically, what we need is "Joe The Plumber" in the White House.

To be clear, I'm not talking about the famous "Joe The Plumber" who made headlines in the 2008 p... [More]

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Why doesn't Facebook give websites a simple way to link to their website?


It drives me crazy that Facebook doesn't give people a simple way to link directly to their website from their Facebook Page.

Although Facebook gives you a way to enter your website, it's not shown directly on the front of your page. To get to your website, the visitor has to go to the "About" link on the left.

Meanwhile, they give Page Owners an option to create a button on the Page, but it doesn't even have a simple "Visit Website" as an option. Instead it has things like "Download App", "Contact Us", "Book Our Services", etc. Those options may be great for sites that sell products or services, but it does nothing for sites like mine, that are simply blogs or news websites.

TV Remotes With Radio Buttons

TV Remotes should have Radio Buttons to jump directly to your favorite channels.


It's impossible to keep track of all your favorite TV channels these days because there are literally thousands of channels. Wouldn't it be great if you could assign each of your favorite channels to a simple one-button "Radio Button", just like in your car?

Setting it up would be just like on your car radio. First, you go to your channel the old fashioned way, then hold down one of your favorites button until it locks it in. After that, a quick tap will take you directly to the same channel.

Dash Cams Should Be Standard

Why aren't Dash Cams a BUILT-IN option on new cars?


Just minutes after an accident takes place, the facts of the accident start changing. The driver in one car says one thing. The driver in the other car says something completely different, and passengers and witnesses all say something else.

By the next day, each of those stories change even more.

The only story that doesn't change is the one recorded on a Dash Cam. It's the only account of a traffic incident that stays exactly the same, day after day, yet in spite of the popularity of Dash Cams, there are very few drivers who have one. That's because none of the major car makers even offer one as an option. That's a shame. I think they should not only offer them as a built-in option, but they should make them stand... [More]

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Putting My Foot Down... On Dirty Toilets!

Nobody likes to touch a dirty toilet seat.


One of the most disgusting things about using a public restroom is having to touch the toilet seat with your bare hands.

Of course, some people lift it with their foot.. but that only leads to dirty shoes. Other people like to grab it with toilet paper, but that's a waste of paper.

My solution is pretty simple. Why don't they make a foot pedal you can use to lift it, just like a garbage can?

Internet Cookies... Explained

What's an Internet Cookie?


As a tech guy, people often ask me about deleting their "Cookies" because they really don't know what they are, and they often think they're harmful.

The simple answer is cookies are harmless text files placed on your computer by a website. They don't contain any programs, so they can't harm you computer. Most of the time, they only store a bunch of random looking numbers that the web site uses to know you were there.

Here's how it works.

As soon as you visit a web site for the first time, the web site asks your browser software if it has a cookie from a previous visit. If not, it generates a unique number and stores it in a Cookie file that your browser saves on your computer. It also keeps track of the number it saved in a database in... [More]

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No Chips Ahoy!

My favorite part of Chips Ahoy! Chocolate Chip Cookies... is the Cookie!


I know this sounds strange, but I love the cookie part of Chips Ahoy! cookies more than I do the chips, so why not make a No-Chips Ahoy cookie, that has just the cookie part, without the chocolate chips.

McOnion Rings. Onion Rings at McDonald's

Why doesn't McDonald's have Onion Rings on the menu?


Onion Rings are one of the most popular hamburger side dishes in the world. Unfortunately, you can't order them at the world's most popular hamburger restaurants.

That's pretty strange when you think of just how popular they are at Burger King and White Castle, not to mention just about every other diner and restaurant that sells hamburgers. It makes you wonder what they're waiting for?

Landline Texting?

Isn't it strange that we still can't send or receive text messages on a landline?


Mobile technology improves every year, but landlines are stuck in the 20th century. Why is that?

SMS / Text Messaging is more popular than ever. Many people send and receive more texts each day than they do phone calls, making the texting app the most popular app on their phone. Meanwhile, as popular as texting is, it has one major flaw... you can only send and receive texts to and from mobile devices. Isn't it about time that phone companies change that?

It would make things a lot easier if you could send messages to any number in the world, without wondering if the number is a landline or not.

Trashy Cars?

Why don't cars have a place for you to put your trash?


If you have kids, or you do a lot of driving, chances are you accumulate a fair amount of trash each day from eating and drinking in the car. Unfortunately, most cars don't have anyplace to store your trash, so it ends up getting tossed around until you arrive at your destination.

I think cars should have optional trash containers to keep the trash from getting out of control. While you can't force your kids to use it, at least they won't give you the excuse that there wasn't anywhere to put it.

Where's the Cheese Fries?

Everything tastes better with cheese.


One of the most popular items in restaurants and diners is cheese fries, but for some reason, you rarely see cheese fries in fast food restaurants like McDonald's and Burger King. Isn't that strange? Every fast food restaurant has the ingredients, and there's obviously easy to make; just pour melted cheese over the fries.

It doesn't add up. If there's a definite demand... and they already have the ingredients... and they're easy to put on the menu... Why doesn't Burger King or McDonald's offer them?

The Library Dilemma

If libraries were invented today... would they be legal?


Ever since the Internet came along, companies have complained that file sharing is costing them money because authors and artists don't get paid when you share your digital, music, or movies. Meanwhile, libraries lend books, music, and movies every day, without compensating the authors and artists, but we never hear anyone complain about that.

To be clear, I'm not suggesting that we shut down libraries. I'm just drawing attention to the double standard. If I lend my friend one of my books, movies, or CDs, it's considered okay, even though that means that the authors and artists will not make any money off the transaction. Not only is it acceptable to lend them out, I can make money by selling them.

In a nutshell,... [More]

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Is Apple TV... The Future of Television?

I love Apple TV, but I wouldn't call it "The Future of Television"


When Apple introduced the latest generation of Apple TV, they called it "The Future of Television?". Are they kidding? It's not even close, but here are a few of the things Apple should consider for the next generation.

1. Integrated Cable Converter Box. Switching between Apple TV to a cable converter box is a pain in the neck, especially for people who are technology challenged and people who simply hate looking for a second remote just to change HDMI ports.

2. Integrated HDMI Switching. A typical family has quite a few HDMI devices. In many cases, they even have more devices than they have ports, which makes it a challenge to switch between Cable / Satellite TV Boxes, Blu-Ray players, Gaming Consoles,... [More]

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How Hackers... Go Phishing

Real hacking is nothing like what you see in TV and movies. Most of it is done through Phishing.


When most people think of hacking, the image that comes to mind is of a computer expert banging away at the keyboard tearing down firewalls and security systems at a breakneck pace, just like they've seen a thousand times in movies and TV shows. The truth of the matter is that REAL hacking is nothing at all like that.

Computer security is very sophisticated, so it's not easy for a hacker to break into your accounts using those kinds of techniques, especially since most online accounts limit the number of failed attempts so that they can only make a few wrong guesses before they're blocked for a while. Because of that, Hackers use another approach... Instead of trying to crack yo... [More]

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Newspaper Legal Notices?

Why do newspapers still run legal notices?


Last time I checked, we're still in the 21st century, but for some reason just about every newspaper in the country still has a section for Legal Notices. Why the heck don't they just use the Internet for things like that?

Before the Internet, newspapers were an effective way to make legal notices available to anyone who was interested, but there's absolutely no reason for them to continue to be printed today. Just about everyone today has access to the Internet, so it's about time we change local laws that require public notice, so they no longer require newspaper ads.

I think the only reason this hasn't already happened is because newspapers get paid for running the ads. That's pretty stupid

Web Browsers Need This Button

I wish it was easier reset web browsers so that people can get rid of unwanted add-ons, plug-ins, toolbars, etc.


People often come to me with their computer problems, and a messed up web browser is near the top of the list. Most of those problems can be fixed by resetting the browser to the factory settings. The only problem is 99% of computer users have no idea how to fix it because the option to reset the browser is hard to find.

Since so many problems often start with a hijacked browser and Internet settings, I would love to see an easy to find button somewhere in each of the major browsers so that people can find it on their own.

Ketchonnaise!

Why don't you ever see pre-mixed Ketchup and Mayonnaise?


Just about everyone would agree, ketchup and mayonnaise are a great combination for hamburgers, french fries, onion rings, and seafood, so why doesn't any major food company package them pre-mixed in bottles or take-out packets?

Europeans like mayo on their fries, Americans like Ketchup... why not have both?... at the same time?

For many people, a mixture of ketchup and mayonnaise makes the perfect dipping sauce for fish sticks and things like fried shrimp. it's the perfect Tartar Sauce.

Yes, I realize people can easily mix the two at home, but that's not the point. There are a lot of condiments that are simply blends of two other condiments, like Dijonnaise, and Honey Mustard.

It's all about convenience. If a... [More]

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Hey... Shoe Makers... Ever Heard of a Ruler?

What's the deal with extra long shoelaces?


It drives me nuts when I get a new pair of shoes and the laces are way too long. Why on earth would they do that? You end up with laces that literally drag on the ground unless you tie a double knot. Don't they know how to measure?

Look, I'm sure there are some people out there that like long laces, but for the most part, most of us simply want to tie our shoes the old fashioned way, with one simple not, so why not include normal sized laces? For the small number of people who actually prefer long laces, let them buy their own laces and go to town and let the rest of us have normal laces.

It's not rocket science. All they need is a ruler to see how much lace is left after you tie the shoe and then they'll know exactly how long... [More]

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