Archive for May, 2010

Titan Tech Tip for Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Tuesday, May 25th, 2010

So, suppose you’ve met someone, and while getting to know them, you discover that they’re kind of annoying, and you don’t really want to be their friend. But then, they ASK FOR YOUR NUMBER! What to do?!?!? It’s ok, just give them the number for the Rejection Hotline, 212-660-2245! A friendly voice will explain to them the possibilities for you rejecting them! Know somebody who needs to brush their teeth more often? The Bad Breath Notification Number is there for you, at 631-960-7187! Too busy to keep up with a friend? It’s ok, you can outsource your friendship to India, just by calling 267-436-5128! HumorHotlines.com has tons of, well, humorous hotlines to help make your day just a bit more funny! Will this help you with your computer problems? Likely not at all, but I figured that it would be a nice, humorous departure for my normal program!

WTHS Junior Prom

Tuesday, May 18th, 2010

Thanks to Mrs. Heveron-Smith for taking this wonderful picture of Marissa and I on prom night… It turned out really nicely! As Marissa said, “how Gatsby of us!” and I agree wholeheartedly. :)

Titan Tech Tip for Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Tuesday, May 18th, 2010

As most of us know, the social-networking site Facebook has become very popular in the last few years, and as it’s grown, its privacy policies have changed. What does this mean for you? Well, today, the privacy settings page of Facebook is massively extensive, confusing, and it may result in some of YOUR personal information being available to people you don’t want seeing it. Luckily, the Facebook Privacy Scanner at www.reclaimprivacy.org exists! Follow the instructions on the website, and it will evaluate your security settings to show you if any issues exist that put your privacy at risk.

Titan Tech Tip for Thursday, May 13, 2010

Thursday, May 13th, 2010

So you broke something. What’s new, right? Time to call tech support in some overseas, foreign island nation that you’ve never heard of, only to be put on hold for about a bazillion lightyears. Wonderful, right? I think NOT! LucyPhone is a website that sits on hold, listening to the poor-quality canned jazz music for you, and calls you back when you reach an actual person! Lucyphone.com is the website… try it out!