Several years ago I started home canning. I have a pressure canner, which allows me to can the things I like to eat safely, like chili . As the years passed on I started canning less and less. The biggest reason is that most of the food best suited for canning wasn’t food I ate [...]
Well, he jinxed me — one of my readers wrote about his problem with the PayPal and eBay security card I’ve run without issue for a year and a half. I checked my card to see if the battery still worked in mid-October of this year. Everything was fine and dandy. Then I tried to [...]
A little over three years ago, PayPal and eBay announced a way to further protect your accounts with their Security Key initiative. The premise of the Security Key is simple. A single, hardware key is assigned to your account. Every sixty seconds or so, a new numeric key is generated using RSA’s Securid technology. Essentially, [...]
The second model FiiO headset amplifier was my micro-sized solution to a big-time volume problem. Would the tiny amp from Hong Kong do the job, or was the slick packaging and form factor as good as I’d get?
I love my HTC Touch (known as the VX6900 on the Verizon network). I use it for all sorts of stuff: check Gmail, send text messages, approve Gibberish comments, listen to Internet Radio awesomeness Pandora.com, use the built-in GPS and Google Maps, and sometimes I even call people on it. Even though the upgrade to [...]
You can create a gamer profile on the Xbox 360. This profile allows you to keep track of your friends, game achievements, etc. Since I have two Xbox 360s in the house, I had to come up with an easy way to move my gaming profile from one console to the other. Microsoft sells memory [...]
I’ve been interested in PayPal’s Security Key system ever since it was announced January 15th of this year. The Key became available about a month ago, and I received mine in the mail last week. Tags: ebay, hardware, paypal, securid, two factor authentication