Here’s What You Can Expect in Your Inbox Once a Week:

  • Step by step instructions (for resizing an image in Paint 3D, for instance, or using multiple signatures in Gmail) that leave nothing unexplained and have actually been tested in the wild.
  • Reviews (of—surprisingly helpful—online time zone converters, say) that do not list features new and unexplained but tell you how useful a product or service is for a given purpose.
  • Explanations that ignite technology with life, because the deeper you dig, the more interesting the seemingly mundane becomes.

Yes, Here Are Some Examples:

Copy and Paste These Gmail POP3 Settings to Access Your Email

Want do download emails to an email program? Find here the Gmail POP3 settings to use for setting up POP access. First, It's Not Exclusively for Nobel Laureates Anymore When physicist and Nobel laureate Niels Bohr was invited to make himself at home in the...

How to Create (and Use) Infinite Gmail Email Alias Addresses

Want to create new email addresses on the fly and use them to cleverly filter mail to boot? Find out here how to create Gmail email alias addresses, and how to make good use of them. First, Are you Creative? Let me answer that for you: yes, you are very creative. Not...

How to Mark an Email as Spam in Mail for Windows 10

You can delete junk email and train your spam filter, too: find out here how to mark an email as spam in Mail for Windows 10. First, 1 Junk = 5,000 Baskets of Pepper When famed Venetian merchant and explorer Marco Polo described Chinese vessels around 1300, it...

How to Unblock Emails on Gmail

Blocked somebody by mistake in Gmail? Missing a sender's messages? Find out here how to unblock emails on Gmail. First, How Many Hands Does It Take to Open the vault that holds the most precious books in the world’s oldest university? One, of course. If this was the...

How to Force Quit an App on Kindle Fire

App acting up on your Fire tablet? Fret not! Find out here instead how to force quit an app on Kindle Fire and effectively re-start it. First, How to Talk about Clouds and the Sky Is it partly cloudy or partly sunny? Do we count the clouds in the sky or the...

How to Access Basic HTML Gmail in Any Browser

Tired of ever newer updates to Gmail? Curious what a simpler version would look like? Concerned about security? Find out here how to open basic HTML Gmail and enjoy a pure email experience. First, Emoji on the Web in 1992 When Tim Berners-Lee had successfully invented...

How to Free Up Disk Space from WhatsApp on iPhone

WhatsApp is taking up all the space on your phone? Find out here how to free up disk space from WhatsApp on iPhone without losing any of your precious chats, images and videos. First, Lightly Press Your Stomach and see if you can do what St. Augustine described in the...

How to Clear Cookies from iPhone

Fancy an attempt to speed up your iPhone? Concerned about advertisers knowing too much about your browsing habits? Find out here how to clear cookies from iPhone and iPad using iOS. First, Sound on Film was invented in 1934 and, alas, quickly disintegrated. Some of...

How to Turn off the Screen on a Mac

Not interested in attracting mosquitoes? Keen to save battery and power? Find out here how to quickly turn off the screen on a Mac at any time using the mouse or the keyboard. First, a Goddess Wrapped around the Dark Side of the known earth had an important function...

How to Change the Default Email Program in Google Chrome

Want the right email program to open when you click an email address in Chrome? Wish web-based email (such as Gmail or Outlook.com) could be the default? Find out here how to change the default email program in Google Chrome—even to a web-based email service. First, 9...