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Wouldn’t it be great if on your next trip instead of renting a car at the airport you can rent more...

Wouldn’t it be great if on your next trip instead of renting a car at the airport you can rent a car from your friend?

It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip.

Peer-to-peer car-sharing service RelayRides is going social. The goal is to get users to rent a car through Facebook using the power of their social network.

RelayRides calls it “Renting Social”, members can now post a Facebook status message that lets friends know they need to rent a car.

The idea is pretty simple: One of your buddies may have an extra car, or happens to be out of town when you need a car, and they might be willing to loan it to you for a price.

RelayRides acts as a middleman in the transaction. The renter pays the company, which in turn, pays the car owner and provides insurance in case of an accident.

The service is currently used in over 1,400 cities across the country, and they hope Facebook integration will help growth by essentially putting it in the News Feeds of people who may not know about it.

Their goal is to have a RelayRides car within a 10-minute walking distance of 100 million Americans by the end of 2015.

Check them out before you travel, and perhaps you can rent your next ride from Ken,

RelayRides is available on Facebook now.

We’ve got the answers to your technology questions.

All you have to do is ask us at facebook.com/datadoctors.

http://relayrides.com/

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It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip. Microsoft has added two-step verification to se more...

It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip.

Microsoft has added two-step verification to services like Outlook.com, Messenger and SkyDrive, and to sync all your settings between devices.

Two-step verification, also called two-factor authentication relies on 2 things, something you know: Your password and something you have, your cellphone.

Two-step verification is a very important security feature, as it makes it very hard for a third party to access your account even if they have your username and password.

Once you turn it on,  you'll be asked to enter an additional piece of information (besides your username and password) to access your account, such as a code sent to a phone.

Microsoft also offers an authenticator app for Windows Phone, which allows you to receive the two-step verification code even if you’re offline.

Two step verification may sound like a big hassle, but you can choose not to be asked for a security code on devices you regularly use. Of course that kind of defeats the purpose. Microsoft will only ask you for a code if you don't use the device for 60 days.

Other companies that offer a two-step verification including Google and Apple, others will follow along.

The two-step verification option for Microsoft accounts, is now available to all users.

We’ve got the answers to your technology questions.

All you have to do is ask us at facebook.com/datadoctors.

http://mashable.com/2013/04/17/microsoft-two-step-verification/

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Are you an air guitarist or drummer? Do you imagine you’re behind the skins at a stoplight? more...

Are you an air guitarist or drummer? Do you imagine you’re behind the skins at a stoplight?

It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip.

Bored with driving? Then you need to check out "Reinventing the Wheel" a steering wheel cover that lets you entertain yourself by playing a drum set along with whatever you're listening to on your car stereo.

The $150 device fits around an ordinary steering wheel, turning it into an electronic drum set that can play eight different drum sounds.

The sound from the "Reinventing the Wheel" is output via FM radio to your car stereo, where it can be mixed with the music you're listening to.

There's also a "solo drumming" mode where you can take a big drum solo on your own without the musical accompaniment.

If you have a newer car, you can plug your iPhone into the car's audio system, and then the "Reinventing the Wheel" communicates with the iOS device via Bluetooth.

That Bluetooth connection lets you wirelessly add drums to any track you have on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.

The company also offers drum karaoke tracks, consisting of songs with the drum parts removed, and you can upload your own drum karaoke tracks.

So next time you roll up on an air drummer at a red light, roll down your window and tell them about "Reinventing the Wheel".

We’ve got the answers to your technology questions.

All you have to do is ask us at facebook.com/datadoctors.


http://mashable.com/2013/04/18/steering-wheel-drum-set/

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It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip. Are you a DIY kind of person? Do you like tinke more...

It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip.

Are you a DIY kind of person? Do you like tinkering around the house, but hate keeping track of your projects? There’s an app for that.

Brightnest is a digital dashboard for your home.

The Brightnest website offers home maintenance tips, ideas, and helps keep you on task.

Once you sign-up, you get asked a series of questions to help organize your home maintenance projects.

Now it’s time to get busy. You’ll be presented with your first maintenance project. It will not only tell you how much time it’ll take to get done, but walk you through the steps to remain efficient from start to finish.

You can also schedule regular maintenance items and not have to remember when it’s time to do them.

For example you can schedule to replace your air filters every 30 days 60 days or 90 days depending on where you live, once done it will automatically remind you ahead of time and allow you to reschedule or mark it as completed.

Download the mobile app and you can have your chore list and instructions on the best way to do it, right your fingertips.

The Brightnest website is loaded with helpful household tips, tricks and home-improvement projects for any skill level.

We’ve got the answers to your technology questions.

All you have to do is ask us at facebook.com/datadoctors.

http://brightnest.com/

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It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip. When you buy apps in the AppStore or download t more...

It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip.

When you buy apps in the AppStore or download the free ones to your phone, your intent is usually the same. You think, wow, what a great app. I can use this thing every single day.

The reality is very different. Many of us find an app, use it once or twice and then it gets back burnered, never to be used again.

So why do you continue to waste your time updating these apps? That’s because by default, app makers assume you want the latest version of the app at all times.

Here’s a better solution, if you don’t use it, delete it. But if you might use it again, just not today... hide it. Here’s how.

Open up iTunes on your Mac or PC and sign in. From the top navigation bar in the iTunes Store, look for the Quick Links and click on Purchased.

Now, select the content you want to hide, in this case apps. Hover over the app, and click the X. This will hide the app.

You can always go back in anytime, and see any apps you’ve hidden so you can make them visible again.

http://youtu.be/rjGroOhnDl8

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LoJack For Laptops Aired: 04/25/2013
It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip. We’ve told you about Prey Project, the free ser more...

It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip.

We’ve told you about Prey Project, the free service that allows you to track your lost or stolen laptop, take photos of the user and and screenshots of what they’re doing, it’ll pinpoint its location, and then you can notify the police.

While Prey Project is good, it’s missing one component. You have to do the legwork, you have to notify the police, and you have to push them to try and recover it.

Just like with AntiVirus, there’s a reason to use a paid version over the free one... it does more.

LoJack, you know the people who help you get your car back, have a LoJack for Laptops. That’s right LoJack for laptops help businesses and consumers track, manage, secure and recover mobile computers.

LoJack for Laptops features remote data and device security to prevent use of a lost laptop, protect privacy remotely, and map a laptop’s location.

Here’s where it’s different. The service ALSO includes a dedicated theft recovery team that works with local law enforcement to track down your stolen laptop. You do nothing, they do all the work.

So far, LoJack has recovered over 26,000 laptops.

We’ve got the answers to your technology questions.

All you have to do is ask.

Go to facebook.com/datadoctors

http://www.lojack.com/Laptops

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A Knot Standard Tech Tip Aired: 04/24/2013
It’s time for a Knot Standard Data Doctors Tech Tip. We did say knot standard because seldom more...

It’s time for a Knot Standard Data Doctors Tech Tip.

We did say knot standard because seldom will you find the Data Doctors... talking about fashion. But that’s about to change.

Knot standard dot com... that’s KNOT Standard dot com is a men’s tailor unlike any you’ve ever heard of before.

When you go to the Knot Standard website, you can order a custom tailored suit right over the internet. What? How is that even possible?

First you pick your suits fabric and style. They have a wide selection online with customization options to have it made the way you want. NOW... This is where the tech comes in, and it’s pretty slick.

Using the webcam on your computer, and a CD or DVD for scale, the Knot Standard site measures you front and side, in about 15 minutes. Then, it turns those measurements into a model with your actual, and highly accurate measurements.

Because these suits are cut from one piece of fabric and hand sewn to exacting measurements, your suit takes time compared to an off the rack or made to measure suit. Your Knot Standard suit arrives ready to wear at your door in a about 3-4 weeks.

We told you this was a Knot Standard tech tip.

Want to check out a suit for yourself, go to knot standards website at KNOT standard.com.

We’ve got the answers to your technology questions.

All you have to do is ask.

Go to facebook.com/datadoctors.

http://www.knotstandard.com/

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There are a countless places online to find the best tech this, or gadget that. But what if you more...

There are a countless places online to find the best tech this, or gadget that. But what if you’re looking for the right school, the best car, or what adoption agency to use?

It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip.

When you’re searching for real answers, start and end your search on findthebest.com and find the best of whatever you’re looking for.

Findthebest.com gives you unbiased, data driven, comparisons.

FindTheBest is organized into 9 broad categories. Each category has dozens of comparisons on just about any product or service. They collect the data and let you filter, sort, visualize, and compare side-by-side by what matters to you.

If you have a kid going off to college soon, find the one with the best program for his or her intended major. You can see data on how many graduates they have, cost of tuition, how they rank against other schools, or more specifically, against a school known for similar studies.

So where do they get their info from? Find the best uses 3 sources. Public databases, primary sources (like manufacturer websites) and expert sources.

Next time when you’re trying to find the best, don’t ask your friends, find the best from the experts at findthebest.com.

We’ve got the answers to your technology questions.

All you have to do is ask.

Go to facebook.com/datadoctors.

http://www.findthebest.com/

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It's time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip. When your kid struggles in school, you can hir more...

It's time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip.

When your kid struggles in school, you can hire private tutors, or you can save your dough and ship them off to the Khan Academy for free.

Actually, you don’t have to ship them off, you can just sit them down in front of their computer to learn almost anything... FOR FREE!

Khan Academy dot org (spelled K H A N), is a unique, fun website, where your students can learn almost anything. Did we mention it’s free?

From telling time to simple math, into algebra, trigonometry and calculus, the lessons are on video and give your child easy to understand instructions and practice examples.

Wait... it’s not just for math. It’s science and economics, chemistry, biology, computer science, health and medicine.

Programming basics, computer animation, humanities, civics, history... you name it the Khan Academy teaches it.

They even help get your kids ready for SAT’s and GMATs.

With a library of over 4,000 videos the Khan Academy is on a mission to help you learn what you want, when you want, at your own pace.

So if you’re in search of answers, go to khanacademy.org and start learning.

We’ve got the answers to your technology questions.

All you have to do is ask.

Go to facebook.com/datadoctors.

http://www.khanacademy.org/

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Has this ever happened to you? You go to check something online, but you can’t connect to the more...

Has this ever happened to you? You go to check something online, but you can’t connect to the website, you know like your bank or your favorite online store. Is it your computer or is it the site?

It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip.

Generally, when you go to a site and can’t connect, you start jumping through the “what’s wrong with my computer” hoops. But what if it’s not your computer?

Believe it or not, web sites go down. They’re not infallible. So how do you know if it’s your computer, or their website?

Check out, Is It Down Right Now dot com, to find out... is it down right now?

Is It Down Right Now, monitors the status of your favorite web sites and checks whether they are down or not.

Check easily with their test tool. Just enter the web address and a new site status test will begins in real time using their website checker tool.

You can quickly see what services are down, by seeing how long ago they were checked, the latest sites checked, and the sites currently down. ??They have an active list of the top websites, but if the site you’re looking for isn’t listed, just type it in.

Pretty soon, you’ll know... is it down right now?

We’ve got the answers to your technology questions.

All you have to do is ask.

Go to facebook.com/datadoctors.

http://www.isitdownrightnow.com/

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Stalking Congress Legally Aired: 04/18/2013
It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip. Stalking is illegal, it’s dangerous and it’s s more...

It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip.

Stalking is illegal, it’s dangerous and it’s scary for the stalkee. But wouldn’t it be great it you could stalk someone legally, know what they’re doing and how they’re spending your money?

You must be talking about my wife!

No, I mean congress!

Legistalker dot org, is a website dedicated to following every online move of every person in congress.

If they post a video, you'll know it. If they tweet, go on TV, get quoted in the news or post anything, anywhere... Legistalker dot org keeps you in the loop. After all, the legislators work for us right? Right!

From their main site, you can easily navigate to your state page and find everyone representing your state in Washington DC.

Click on any of the names and pictures and you’ll not only see what they’ve been up to online, but how to contact them, where their office is and you can add them to your all important Watch List.

Now, you can keep tabs, on the people spending your money, all from the comfort of your computer, tablet or smartphone. The best part about it, it’s totally legal!

Check up on your congressperson today at legistalker dot org. (playfully) We’re watching you...

We’ve got the answers to your technology questions.

All you have to do is ask.

Go to facebook.com/datadoctors.

http://legistalker.org/

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Record Without A DVR Aired: 04/17/2013
Never miss your favorite TV show again, that’s the beauty of a DVR. But did you know you can sa more...

Never miss your favorite TV show again, that’s the beauty of a DVR. But did you know you can save the money and have your computer do the recording for you?

It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip.

If you want to record TV shows without a DVR, you’re in luck. If you’re a Windows 7 user, you already have a powerful TiVo like DVR in your PC. Windows Media Center.

When paired with an inexpensive TV tuner and a decent antenna, it lets you watch and record broadcast television in HD.

Now remember... you’ll also need a pretty good sized hard drive with a decent chunk of free space. A one-hour recorded TV show can easily eat up 7-8 gigs if uncompressed.

Now for you Mac users... it’s not native, but there too is an easy solution.
?EyeTV, is a hardware software combo that allows you to record over the air or basic cable direct to your Mac. You can watch, record, and pause live TV, just like with a traditional DVR.

With their mobile device, you can watch over the air TV on your iPhone, iPod and iPad... all without using any data. It’s like adding rabbit ears to your iPad.

We’ve got the answers to your technology questions.

All you have to do is ask.

Go to facebook.com/datadoctors.

http://www.pcworld.com/article/248681/turn_a_pc_into_a_dvr_install_software_without_a_dvd_drive.html

http://www.elgato.com/

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It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip. We saw it just yesterday, a tragic attack durin more...

It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip.

We saw it just yesterday, a tragic attack during the Boston Marathon, that left people running, injured and sadly dead.

When tragedy strikes, whether manmade or natural, the first thing we try to do is find our loved ones who are there, the problem is how?

Back during the Haiti earthquake in 2010, Google launched Person Finder, to help people during times of tragedy, when normal means of communication may be disrupted.

You can either search for someone or share information about someone's whereabouts, but you need to know, Google doesn't review or verify any information, and all submitted details are public to all users.
They do this to expedite information, to help people reconnect, and because Google is such a powerful search tool, why not extend it to finding people when tragedy strikes.
Another tool you should remember after an event like yesterday is the Red Cross and their safe and well site. There you can list yourself as safe and well, or search for people who have registered as safe and well.
We hope you never need to use either of these services, but it’s nice to know they’re there if you need them.

We’ve got the answers to your technology questions.

All you have to do is ask.

Go to facebook.com/datadoctors.

http://google.org/personfinder/global/home.html

http://safeandwell.communityos.org/cms/index.php

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Animoto Aired: 04/15/2013
It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip... If you took a trip, you may have a bunch of more...

It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip...

If you took a trip, you may have a bunch of photos and videos on your smartphone, perhaps you have a bunch on your camera too. You need to do something with them, we suggest you Animoto them.

Ani what them?

Animoto!

Animoto.com that’s ani moto allows you to upload your favorite photos and videos (or grab them from wherever they’re stored online), add words and music and Animoto does the rest.

Animoto’s video engine will produce a high-definition video that you can share with friends and family by embedding it into your Facebook page or blog.

The free service limits you to 30-second, web-quality, online-only videos. They have a Plus plan that delivers full-length videos that you can also download or burn to DVD,

and there’s even a Pro plan that delivers unbranded videos, 2,000 commercially licensed music tracks, and more.

Instead of making a boring slideshow of your next trip, upload them to Animoto and share the fun with your friends.


We’ve got the answers to your technology questions.

All you have to do is ask. Go to facebook.com/datadoctors.

http://www.animoto.com

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Homework Tool For Parents Aired: 04/12/2013
We’re going to tell you about the ultimate homework tool, with this Data Doctors Tech Tip. W more...

We’re going to tell you about the ultimate homework tool, with this Data Doctors Tech Tip.

We’ve told you about Wolfram Alpha to dig into your Facebook data, but wait till we tell you how to unleash it’s full potential, if you can even begin to do that.

Wolfram Alpha isn't a search engine, it’s a computational knowledge engine and it’s a great tool for you parents who have school aged kids.

Wolfram Alpha gives you a fundamentally new way to get knowledge and answers. Not by searching the web, but by doing dynamic computations based on a vast collection of built-in data, algorithms, and other methods.

If your kids are struggling with complex trigonometry, you can use Wolfram Alpha to not only double check their work, but to get an understanding of how they arrived at their answer.

You can also use Wolfram Alpha’s vast knowledge base to compare things, people or places. Albert Einstein versus Thomas Edison, Honeydew versus Watermelon, Washington DC versus Phoenix.

The information it delivers is accurate, fast and gives you a clear unbiased factual comparison.

So next time you need data to back something up, let Wolfram Alpha deliver the answers.

We’ve got the answers to your technology questions.

All you have to do is ask us at facebook.com/datadoctors.

http://www.wolframalpha.com

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Google Text Search Aired: 04/11/2013
It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip. If you have a smartphone, the majority of your more...

It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip.

If you have a smartphone, the majority of your bill goes to paying for a data plan, while voice and text are usually unlimited.

Google searches are one of the most common tasks we all do on our smartphones... So if you’re looking to reduce your data consumption, you can search Google... without your browser. Did you know that you can search Google by texting?

That’s right, lets say you are looking for a Chinese restaurant near you. Simply text your request to 46645 (GOOGL). If you text Chinese Food  to 46645 in about a minute, Google will text you back a list of a few places near you.

Another great use is when you want to check flight status. Text your Airline and flight number to 46645 and it’ll text you back an update.

But wait there’s more... it can do math calculations, unit conversions, movie listings, word definitions... All for the cost of a text. Which is nothing.

You can setup your Google Calendar, Gmail and Google Voice all the same way, not one of them needs to use an ounce of data, to get the data you need.

We’ve got the answers to your technology questions.

All you have to do is ask.

Go to facebook.com/datadoctors.

http://www.google.com/mobile/sms/

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You composed the perfect email and you sent it... but did they read it? It’s time for anothe more...

You composed the perfect email and you sent it... but did they read it?

It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip.

Whatever happened to that email you sent? How long did it sit in someone’s inbox before it was opened? Or maybe they never got it? Was it even opened at all?

If you use didtheyreadit.com, you’ll know more than if it was read. You’ll know when it was opened, how long it remained opened and where, geographically, your email was viewed.

Using DidTheyReadIt, e-mails that you send are automatically and invisibly tracked. The instant the recipient opens your message, DidTheyReadIt automatically notifies you.

DidTheyReadIt is 100% compatible with Windows and Mac, and all different email programs. It works for Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail, Outlook.com, Mac mail... you get it.

Once you sign up for an account, you can start sending tracked messages.

You can sign up for a free trial at didtheyreadit.com.

The service not only works for emails, but attachments like PDF’s too. So if you send an attached PDF, you’ll know if they actually saw it.

The service is great for people selling stuff online to know if the buyer saw the message, job hunting to know if the employer saw your resume, the uses are only limited by your imagination.

We’ve got the answers to your technology questions.

All you have to do is ask.

Go to facebook.com/datadoctors.

http://www.didtheyreadit.com/

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Are LEDs For Me Aired: 04/09/2013
The lightbulb in your bathroom just burned out, and now it’s time to decide... CFL or LED, but more...

The lightbulb in your bathroom just burned out, and now it’s time to decide... CFL or LED, but are LED’s for me?

It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip

LED’s or Light Emitting Diodes, are the newest bulbs out there, you see them in all the lighting aisles next to CFL’s Compact Fluorescent Light and old fashioned Incandescent lights.

You notice them mostly because of the price.. they’re far more expensive compared to the other bulbs, but they’re worth it.

LED’s have a 20 year life span, and even though they can cost 5 times that of a regular bulb, they can save you 30-50 times over their lifetime.

So how do you pick the right bulb? Don’t look at wattage. Instead look at lumens, that’s the real measurement of brightness from a bulb.

Select your color... people associate LED’s with harsh bright white, so bright many people say it’s blue. If you’re using them in your home, look for Warm White or Soft White. These are closer to the color of incandescent lighting.

Finally, don’t expect to see your electric bill go to ZERO! LED’s are a long term investment. Think of them like a Hybrid car, they're cheaper to run, but cost more upfront.

We’ve got the answers to your technology questions.

All you have to do is ask.

Go to facebook.com/datadoctors.

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It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip It’s happened to most of us who shop online... more...

It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip

It’s happened to most of us who shop online... you find what you're looking for, but the price is so low, it looks suspicious. It happend

When you shop online there are a couple of tools you can use, to help you determine if the place is legit or not.

First, go to scamadviser.com and put in the web address you want to check up on. There, you’ll be able to quickly see if they are known scam sight.

Next, install the safe browsing tool from WOT, this tool quickly gives you a Green, Yellow or Red Indicator, to let you know if you should do more homework. It also tells you what they are being flagged for if they do get a low rating.

Finally, whenever you shop online DO NOT use your debit card. Using your debit card can tie up YOUR money if you get scammed. Some banks can take as many as 10 days to credit you back. If you use a credit card however, you never feel the pain while the bank works to resolve the issue.

We’ve got the answers to your technology questions.

All you have to do is ask.

Go to facebook.com/datadoctors.

Web Of Trust http://www.mywot.com/

Scam Adviser http://www.scamadviser.com

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Customizing Facebook Aired: 04/05/2013
It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip Remember the MySpace days? No, not todays versio more...

It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip

Remember the MySpace days? No, not todays version, the old one that you could customize to work the way you wanted it to.

Many of us use Facebook all day long, and when they make changes you don’t like, you wish you could set it back to the way it was, or even improve it. You can with Social Fixer.

Social Fixer is a Chrome extension that makes your Facebook experience better and can make the site easier to use by adding a tons of features you don’t normally have.

Chrome extensions are little add-on programs that allow you to customize your web experience and social fixer is a good one!

You can actually have tabbed news feeds, similar to your web browsing experience. Advanced feed filters, tracking of new comments to old posts, hiding of posts you've already read.

This is one of those cool tools that’s really hard to put into words, you have to check it out yourself to see what it can do.

Social Fixer is free, so you don’t have to commit money to see if you like it. If you don’t you can uninstall it with a click of the mouse.

With the Social Fixer extension, you can enjoy a Facebook even more!


We’ve got the answers to your technology questions.

All you have to do is ask. Go to facebook.com/datadoctors.

http://howto.cnet.com/8301-11310_39-57575026-285/how-to-customize-your-facebook-page-for-free/

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It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip. Google Maps has been leading the way when it co more...

It’s time for another Data Doctors Tech Tip.

Google Maps has been leading the way when it comes to getting from here to there.

If you’re morning commute involves roads, bridges, freeways and side streets, you’d be hard pressed to find a mapping program with more data and accuracy.

But what about you urban dwellers? What if your commute involves mass transit like buses and subways?

Google Maps to the rescue! Yes Google Maps!

Google Maps now has real-time subway data for seven lines in New York City. These include the 1 through 6, and the Times Square - Grand Central shuttle. The other lines need an expensive overhaul before they'll be able to provide real-time data.

Metrorail riders in Washington, D.C. will also now receive up-to-the-second alerts via Google Maps. And, public transit-goers in Salt Lake City, can now get bus and tram information in real time.

Look for Google Maps transit data where you live. Like everything google, it’s enroute to your city.

Just remember... most subway stations don’t have WiFi, so you want to check on transit, before you head underground.

We’ve got the answers to your technology questions.

All you have to do is ask.

Go to facebook.com/datadoctors.

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