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March 2014

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Till the internet aged a bit you needed to be a President, rock star, activist or on the top ten most wanted list to have your quotes and last words immortalized.

Now operating with a mature internet, your words can live on pretty much forever. Along with the over 200,000 users from 42 different countries this service has attracted, you get a ticket to leave your legacy for future generations to admire.

Your message to the world can be either text or video and goes up on Facebook to your list of friends after a thorough authentication of your passing is completed. This service may be a little creepy to some but for the outgoing (pun intended) this may be just the ticket!

It looks like this service is offered without cost - but you never know when people this clever will invent special add-ons -so they can feed their families!

We hope that there will be no need to activate this for many decades to come - but it's there to share your current wisdom if you wish to set it up now.

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There are a lot of places where you can upload and store your "stuff" on the web. Usually these limit the size of your upload to a relatively modest stash and then hope that you will get hooked on their system and sign up for extra gigabytes of space.

Here's one that starts right out giving you a whopping 100 GB of space on the house. To put this into historical perspective, some started out with computers with hard drives that were limited to 100 megabytes of space (or less). These folks will let you buy space for peanuts beyond the free 100 GB.

They give you just about every bell and whistle with the complimentary package including the ability to mark and annotate files and share your file by e-mail with a designated link - thus overcoming pesky email size limitations.

Good deal.

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You could spend the better part of a lifetime learning how to use everything that Google offers. These folks have put together an interesting list of search tricks that many (even old pros) have never heard of.

The tips include:
How to use auto-complete to accomplish "Wild-card" suggestions.
How to find alternatives to popular sites.
How to use Google's cache from the search bar.
How to find people by using Google's image search.

Fun and useful tips!

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Did you ever wonder what your web page looked like in 1996 - or any year since then? At this amazing archive of the web you can do just that.

Just type in any URL you wish and this astonishing machine takes you back and shows you what this site looked like on the date you select.

Way back --- Way cool!

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