How to Become a Wikipedia Editor

How to Become a Wikipedia Editor

Even though Wikipedia prides itself as an encyclopedia that “anyone can edit,” you must learn the ropes first. Learn how you can become a Wikipedia editor.

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4 of the Best Twitter Alternatives

4 of the Best Twitter Alternatives

If you don’t like what Twitter is offering, why not jump ship and abandon Twitter altogether? Here are some of the best Twitter alternatives you can check out.

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4 Facebook Scams You Should Look Out For

4 Facebook Scams You Should Look Out For

Scammers have taken to Facebook in hopes of cheating its vast user base out of their personal information. Look out for these Facebook scams that are making the round.

By Simon Batt -
Countries that Run Their Own National Intranets

Countries that Run Their Own National Intranets

Motivated by the desire to control information and increase national security, some countries have constructed national intranets. Here are some of the more prominent countries on the list.

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5 of the Best Alternatives for Google+ Users

5 of the Best Alternatives for Google+ Users

With the end of Google+ coming very soon, users of the platform need to locate a new social home. Here are a few Google+ alternatives worth checking out.

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5 of the Best Websites to Watch Anime Online

5 of the Best Websites to Watch Anime Online

With the rising popularity of anime, more people are looking to watch anime online. Here are the best anime websites to catch up with your favorite series.

By Sayak Boral -
The Ultimate Superuser’s Guide to uBlock Origin

The Ultimate Superuser’s Guide to uBlock Origin

While uBlock Origin is the most powerful and versatile ad blocker available, its design is also a little obscure. Here we’ll show you how to get the most out of uBlock Origin.

By Alexander Fox -
How to Bypass a Proxy Server on a LAN

How to Bypass a Proxy Server on a LAN

Content filtering and proxy servers are a way of life in schools, colleges and offices. Here are some methods to bypass proxy bypass server on a LAN.

By Sayak Boral -
How to Visualize Your Google Location History

How to Visualize Your Google Location History

While you can download your data from Google, the raw data is hard to read. Here is how you can visualize your Google location history and find out how much Google knows about you.

By Andrew Braun -
The Best Domain Name Registrars for 2019

The Best Domain Name Registrars for 2019

Choosing the right domain name registrar is important as it allows you to better manage your domain names. Here are some of the best domain name registrars you should use in 2019.

By Elsie Biage -
How to Fix YouTube When It is Not Working

How to Fix YouTube When It is Not Working

There are plenty of reasons why YouTube is not working. If you are having this issue, here are some ways for you to fix it when YouTube is not working.

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5 Smart Hacks to Save You Money on Amazon

5 Smart Hacks to Save You Money on Amazon

Who doesn’t love a good deal? Here are a few smart hacks to save money on Amazon that require just a little manipulation – and some luck.

By Sayak Boral -
Why Are So Many Browsers Based on Chromium?

Why Are So Many Browsers Based on Chromium?

More than 65% of Internet users browse the Web with a Chromium-based browser. Why are varous browsers moving towards Chromium, and what does it mean for the future?

By Andrew Braun -
What Are “Stories” On Social Media?

What Are “Stories” On Social Media?

Facebook and Skype all saw the “story” format added back in 2017. So, what are stories, where did they come from, and what’s the best way to use them?

By Simon Batt -
How to Change Google Chrome Download Settings

How to Change Google Chrome Download Settings

By default, Google Chrome automatically saves all the downloads to the “Downloads” folder. Learn how to manage and change Google Chrome download settings.

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