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THE BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO BOOK BLOGGING

If you love a book, chances are you’ve thought about reviewing it. And if you tend to review a lot on platforms like Goodreads, you may want to consider starting your own book blog. It can be tough work, and I certainly don’t have all the answers – I started my own blog, The Literary Invertebrate, less than a year ago. ... Read More »

A beginner’s guide to IFTTT on Android

I’m not prone to outbursts of joy, especially when it comes to technology. One of the few times it’s happened, however, was when I discovered how much you can do with IFTTT. Suddenly tasks that required multiple steps or continuously logging in to services were done automatically. As much as every company here and there promises to simplify your life or ... Read More »

How to use Windows PowerShell: A beginner’s guide

If you’ve wrestled with Windows 10, you’ve undoubtedly heard of PowerShell. If you’ve tried to do something fancy with Win7/8.1 recently, PowerShell’s probably come up, too. After years of relying on the Windows command line and tossed-together batch files, it’s time to set your sights on something more powerful, more adaptive—better. PowerShell is an enormous addition to the Windows toolbox, ... Read More »