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Mac Function Key Lock

There needs to be a quicker way to toggle Mac Function Keys.


There's an option in the System Preferences on a Mac that lets you toggle between using the Function Keys as "Standard" Function Keys, or use them for the "Special" features printed on the keys such as brightness, LaunchPad, Pause/Play, and volume.

While this seams like a no-brainer, it's actually a pain in the neck for people like me who run Windows using VMWare or Parallels, because a lot of Windows Apps use them for things like Search, Refresh, and closing windows and Apps.

Rather than going back and forth into the System Preferences to change modes, I'd love to see a "Function Key Lock" that lets you toggle between the two on-the-fly. Rather than adding a key, a simple solution would be to double-tap the Fn k... [More]

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Tag... Then Shuffle

Sometimes Shuffle isn't enough.


One of the most popular features of music players is the Shuffle option that plays your music at random, but sometimes mixing your entire library is a bit too much. That's why I think music players like iPods, iTunes, and the iPhone should have one additional feature, the ability to let you randomly select artists, albums, and even other playlists, then shuffle them.

For example, you may want to hear random tracks from Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, and The Rolling Stones, all mixed together.

A Tag and Shuffle option would let you mix and match artists, songs, play lists, and albums into one list and shuffle them as you please.

Paying as much as $130 for an "Upgrade" of Windows is just plain wrong.


One of the biggest mistakes Microsoft made over the years their policy of charging enormous prices for upgrades to Windows. This policy has stagnated the industry for decades as PC owners need to decide whether or not to pay for each upgrade. More often than not, they choose not to, which means that the majority of Windows owners are running outdated software.

By contrast, Apple's upgrades continue to be free.

While some may argue that Apple can justify giving MacOS upgrades for free, because unlike Microsoft, they rely on the sales of their Operating System as their primary source of income, but that's the wrong way to look at it. While it may be true that Microsoft makes the majority of their incom... [More]

Continue...Free Windows Upgrades For The Life of Your PC?...

Email Should Have Expiration Dates

My email archives are loaded with useless emails for things like Black Friday sales from over 10 years ago. That's stupid.


Even though there's virtually unlimited space in our inboxes, there's no reason to archive most of our emails, especially promotional emails for limited time promotions and other time sensitive events. That's why I think there should be an Expiration Date option in emails.

An Email Expiration Date would simply be an optional date you would enter just before sending an email. If you leave it out, it would work as it does now, without an expiration date, but by simply adding an expiration date the email would have a definitive lifespan, allowing it to be deleted automatically when the expiration date passed.

This could have a tremendous effect on cutti... [More]

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Wouldn't it be great if you could pay a monthly subscription to a REAL movie theater?


There's no doubt about it, Netflix changed the way people watch movies at home. Their subscription model was a revolution in the rental market allowing you to pay one price to watch as many movies as you want from the comfort of your home, but why stop there?

Subscription models are like a buffet restaurant. They loose money on a small number customers who eat more than average, but they make up for it on the customers who eat less, just as Netflix makes up for losses from customers who watch more movies than others.

Subscription movie theaters are another story, because they also earn money from food and drink sales. Bringing more customers into the theater translates directly into inc... [More]

Continue...Movie Theater Subscriptions and Season Tickets...

Need Help? Uber... For Services?

What amazes me most about Uber is the fact that they do one thing really well, and it has nothing to do with transportation.


When I look at the success of Uber, what I see is something much more important than simply providing transportation. What I see is a company that knows exactly how to connect people looking for a service (a ride), to people nearby who are ready, willing and able to provide that service, right now. It's a game changer for millions of people who use it to earn money with their spare time. It works so well, a lot of them now do it full time.

This makes me wonder, why stop there? Why not use their platform to let people who need other services find people nearby willing to do it? For example, let's say you need somebody to shovel snow, wash your car, o... [More]

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What's Missing From Recovery Console?

The Recovery console is missing one critical feature, the ability to ACTUALLY recover YOUR files.


Windows PCs and Macs both have a feature that let you boot into a special Recovery Console, whenever your system has trouble. The idea behind the Recovery Console is to give the owner some options to fix their system.

Unfortunately, the Recovery Console doesn't always work, and you have no choice but to format the hard drive and reinstall the operating system. When that happens, you'd better have a backup, because the Recovery Console doesn't have any options to backup and recover YOUR files. That's pretty stupid!

Reinstalling the operating can be scary, especially without a backup of your own files, so what Apple and Microsoft need is an additional option that lets you back... [More]

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Isn't AIN'T a Word?

It's in the dictionary, but we've all been told that Ain't... Isn't a word, but here's how it could be.


Every year, new words are added to the dictionary, because dictionaries are a reflection of the words we use every day, and for what it's worth, that's why "Ain't" is in the dictionary. Problem solved? Not quite, most English majors will tell you that it's still not a real word.

If you look at the way it's spelled, you can see the root of the problem. The apostrophe implies that its a contraction of two word, such as "Can't" is a contraction of Can and Not, however when you try to split Ain't into two words, you come up blank. There is no connection to the word's original parts, which were "Am Not". Am not was combined into Amn't, and later bastardized to the mess we have... [More]

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Why Amazon Echo Should Actually... Echo!

The Amazon Echo is one of my favorite gadgets, but it's lacking one feature that would make it even better, the ability to echo back what you say to it.


I originally posted this idea at least a year before I stated posting videos and it was one of my most popular topics. The essence of the idea is simple, in addition to all the cool things the Amazon Echo can do, I think the Amazon Echo could open the door to an entirely new service... a Personal Voice Database in the cloud.

Here's how it would work. You say something to Alexa like "Alexa, Frank's wife's name is Gladys", and at a later date, you can ask "Alexa, what's Frank's Wife's name?" and it would respond with your original voice message telling you the date.

In essence, it's like using Alexa as an intelligent voice... [More]

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How Large is a Large Drink?

It's impossible knowing the real size of drinks in restaurants because they use different cup sizes.


When you order a small drink in a fast food restaurant, do you know how big it will be? If you ask for the same size in another restaurant, you'll probably get an entirely different size than you expected. That's because there aren't any standards for cup sizes in restaurants.

Meanwhile, a lot of people poke fun at Starbucks for having strange names like "Venti" for their drinks, but in reality, the Venti is probably one of the few cases where the name actually means something. Venti is Italian for "Twenty", so a Venti is a 20 ounce drink.

It would be so much easier if you could order your drink by size, in ounces, at any restaurant... instead of ambiguous names like Smal... [More]

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Amazon Echo Voice Messages

Wouldn't it be great if you could use your Amazon Echo to leave voice messages?


As I mentioned in a previous idea, I think anything with a microphone, speaker, and Internet access would be a perfect replacement for an intercom or even a landline phone that can not only communicate between Echoes in different rooms, but any Echo (or phone line) in the world.

That said, even without direct calling, the Echo is also perfect for creating voice messages to yourself... your family... or anyone with an Echo for that matter.



Landline Text Forwarding

We all know you can't send a text message to a landline phone. Here's a quick solution.


The inability to send and receive texts to landlines is a big problem. This means that about half the phones in the world are incapable of sending or receiving texts. The trouble is, when somebody gives you their number, you may not even realize it's a landline until you discover that your texts go unanswered.

To me, there's an easy alternative, "Landline Text Forwarding". This would be a simple feature for landline companies to offer. All they need to do is give people a way to forward any texts addressed to their landline to their mobile number. Once you receive the text, you could reply using your mobile number.


Hat Sticker Shock!

Why do so many people leave the stickers on their hats?


This has boggled my mind for years. Why the heck would anyone want to walk around with stickers on their hats? As far as I'm concerned, when I buy something, the first thing I do when I take it home is take off all the tags and stickers, but for some reason I see people everywhere with the stickers still on their hats. What's up with that?

It makes no sense at all. They pay for the hat. Take it home, and keep the stickers on it. To me, they look like Minnie Pearl.

I realize there are a lot of hats being sold in the streets with "unofficial" logos of major league teams, and company logos, so the manufacturers often use these holograms as a way to insure customers don't get fooled into buying lower quality hats, but... [More]

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Amazon Echo Intercom and Calling

Wouldn't it be great to use your Amazon Echo to make calls?


When you break it down, the Amazon Echo has 3 basic components, a microphone, speaker, and Internet connection. To me, that's all you need to use the Echo as a communication device.

The simplest form of communication would be from Echo to Echo, right in the same house, as an intercom system, so you can reach any room in the house by simply asking Alexa to connect you to another room. Taken one step further, you could use it to turn on the microphone in a baby's bedroom, so you can use it as a baby monitor.

Naturally this leads to yet an even bigger step. If you could connect from room to room, why not connect you to another Echo, or even another phone anywhere around the world?

Apple Needs to Focus on the Front Camera

Considering how often people take selfies, why doesn't Apple make a better front facing camera?


With every new generation of iPhone, the biggest improvement is almost always to the camera, and most of those improvements are only to the rear facing camera. Meanwhile they keep neglecting the front.

I hate having to decide which camera I want to use, balancing between better quality vs ease of use to take selfies. As it stands now, the front camera is nowhere near as good as the back, especially shooting videos.

I realize it could drive up the cost a bit, but since they only need to design one camera to use on both sides the price increase wouldn't be too much, especially since both cameras could share the same chipset and production costs.

The Sticky Sticker Problem

I hate when I take something home from the store, and I can't get the stickers off.


Why is it that some companies use heavy duty glue when they put stickers on their products? There are so many alternative adhesives out there that can securely hold a sticker in place, without leaving any permanent damage, so there's no reason to use anything else.

I don't have a problem with companies that use heavy duty adhesives on disposable product packages, but when they put them right on the product, it's a real pain in the neck to get them off.

Quiet That Phone... Quietly!

Why do some phones make a sound when you turn them on or off?


Have you noticed that a lot of mobile phones not only play music when you turn them on, but turn them off. This makes no sense at all, especially when the person is shutting it off specifically so they won't disturb people in a quiet room, such as a theater, library, restaurant, or church.

Thankfully, Apple doesn't do this, but there are quite a few phones out there that do it, and it puts people in an awkward position. If they forget to turn off their phone, and enter a quiet room, they have to decide between the guarantee of an awkward sound when they shut them off, or leaving them on and taking a chance that somebody might call.

There are a lot of theories about who Rey's parents are. Here's why I think Luke is the only logical choice.


Ever since the release of Star Wars, Episode VII, The Force Awakens people have come up with all sorts of theories. Most of them are pretty far-fetched, such as Rey being another child of Princess Leia and Han Solo, or that she's either a reincarnation of Anakin or some other Jedi's spirit, but there are some solid reasons why iI think it's Luke.

First of all, unlike the animations, comic books and other movie spin-offs in the Star Wars Expanded Universe, central theme of the core Star Wars Trilogies is the Skywalker family, so the central characters in these trilogies must be a Skywalker. For that reason, if there will be future trilogies beyond Episode IX, they wil... [More]

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Ever Heard of Open Back Shoes?

Why do some people ruin their shoes by crushing the back?


This one boggles my mind. For some reason I see a lot of people who completely destroy their shoes by wearing them like a sandal. Why would they do that? Haven't they ever heard of open backed shoes or sandals?

I can't imagine why this is such a widespread thing. It's pretty easy to buy open backed shoes and slippers in any store that sells shoes, so why buy a pair of regular shoes, then stomp all over the back heal? It can't be as comfortable as something designed specifically with an open back.

I wish Microsoft had a way to install Windows from the cloud.


Re-installing your OS on a fresh drive is so much easier on a Mac than on a Windows PC because Apple has the ability to install MacOS directly from the cloud, instead of fumbling around for either the original Windows CD or USB Flash Drive.

As a tech guy, this is something that drives me crazy, because whenever I need to replace a hard drive for a client, most of them don't even have the correct version of Windows on any media whatsoever. Since you can't use the Windows CD from another brand of PC, you waste your time trying to download it from the manufacturer (some don't even offer that), or buy a fresh copy of Windows.

I think Microsoft and PC makers should do what Apple does, create a way for the BIOS / Firm... [More]

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Amazon Echo Unchained?

One of the biggest things holding back the Amazon Echo is the proprietary cord.


I was one of the first people to get an Amazon Echo. I pre-ordered mine after seeing a demonstration video showing a typical family using their Echo for all sorts of things throughout their home. What they don't mention in the video is that the Amazon Echo is not exactly portable, so for them to use it throughout their home they would have to keep unplugging it as they move from room to room.

Unfortunately, the Echo only comes with ONE power cord, and it's non-standard, so you can't simply plug it into USB plugs throughout the home. I think Amazon should make it easier for people to move it by using standard low cost USB cords or create some kind of docking system so you can move it quickly from... [More]

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