What did we carry along to our trips before we had gadgets? I think we used to pack too much clothes, and perhaps bought even more textiles at a destination. And now? Looks like I’m not the only one who tends … Read the Story
Did you know that a better search engine than Google is available?
Writers tend to research a myriad of topics for their manuscripts, whereas travelers like to research options for planned trips. Today, the tool most people use for finding information is Google. It has become a standard, although we now know Google … Read the Story
How to automate small but important tasks while traveling
In addition to managing life and work on the road, a traveler must organize life and work at home before leaving. Plenty of small things require attention just when it would be important to focus … Read the Story
Ensure safe internet access at Airbnb rentals, and other security tips for travelers
Every remote worker and digital nomad who works and travels knows the satisfied feeling when a reliable and secure internet connection has been successfully setup in a new destination. It is a big relief. Work, getting information about the new environment, … Read the Story
Artificial intelligence -powered writing and answering machine GPT-2 is good in some cases
Artificial intelligence (AI) software technology is a hot development target that is already being applied to many daily tasks. We have heard about self-driving cars, automatic face recognition, simple online customer service duties, and many other tasks where AI is used … Read the Story
Apps for writers and everyone else who wants to customize keys on a Windows PC keyboard
If a computer keyboard is your most frequently used tool, you probably have thought about changing the values of some keys, or would like to have a key combination that types a frequently used phrase. Utilities like the simple and easy … Read the Story
Ebook reading, travel, and other mobile apps may be leaking private data to Facebook
Writers, ebook lovers, travelers, and anyone who is using downloaded applications on their mobile phones or tablets are silently leaking their personal data to Facebook. A research organization has published a study that shows how apps, including popular travel applications like … Read the Story
The best tools that can replace Google services for privacy-minded people
I don’t know about you, but I find it extremely annoying when I’m researching, say, New Zealand for an article or a book, and suddenly I’m bombarded with ads of hotels in the destination. Privacy is an important factor why many … Read the Story
What is all this noise about WordPress 5 and Gutenberg?
There is a moment in every author’s life when the question of having a web site becomes a hot topic. Most book publishing marketers recommend authors to have a dedicated personal or book related web site.
When it comes to online … Read the Story
Typewriters may not make a return, but keyboards that imitate them are desired products
There must be something magical in those loud and clunky keys that old typewriters have. Several keyboard products have been created during recent years that imitate the design and mechanical features of typewriters. One of the most stylish and most wanted … Read the Story
Mobile device provides instant internet access in more than 100 countries without roaming charges
Writers, photographers, digital nomads, and all professionals who frequently travel always have the same problem when they arrive in a new country: how to instantly get access to the internet at a reasonable cost. Here is our guide for using pre-paid … Read the Story
Smart computer applications automatically write news, scientific papers and even Harry Potter sequels
Long before the term artificial intelligence (AI) was invented, clever computer programmers tried various methods to automatically produce texts for different purposes. Early attempts have been unsuccessful, but now, technology has developed so much that serious attempts for automating the writing … Read the Story