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Get the best use out of your technology A podcast for those interested in getting better at technology in their everyday life. We discuss the best web services, tools, and applications for using the web, staying secure, keeping organized, and getting ahead of the curve.

Get the best use out of your technology A podcast for those interested in getting better at technology in their everyday life. We discuss the best web services, tools, and applications for using the web, staying secure, keeping organized, and getting ahead of the curve.
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Get the best use out of your technology A podcast for those interested in getting better at technology in their everyday life. We discuss the best web services, tools, and applications for using the web, staying secure, keeping organized, and getting ahead of the curve.








Podcast Reboot - Season 3 Coming Soon

Just throwing out an episode to make sure the feed is working, everything is ready to go, and warm up any listeners that may still be subscribed. If you are still subscribed, thanks for hanging in there. If you're just joining me, thanks for giving a listen. I look forward to sharing and growing the podcast with you. More information on the podcast and this episode at: --- Support this podcast:...


21: Feedly - Tools & Tips for Content Collection Part I

This episode is Part 1 of our series on ‘Tools & Tips for Content Collection.’ This series is designed to help you find, organize, and share content that you collect online. Unorganized bookmarks be damned. Today's tool is a web and mobile app called Feedly. Feedly is a great tool for aggregating data into one location. --- Support this podcast:


20: Simple solutions for hiring your first employee | Adam Huber

Dealing with growth in small business can sometimes be difficult. Not being able to take on more clients because you don’t have the time is a good problem to have. However, this probably means you are leaving money on the table and that it is probably time to hire on some help. --- Support this podcast:


Tips & Tools for Content Collection

There is an unlimited number of streams to gather content for any interest or passion you may have. How do you collect and manage it all? In the coming episodes, we will walk through the primary uses and benefits of using the following tools, address similar tools, prices, and caveats. We will also share a unique way to use the tools that some may not have thought of. --- Support this podcast:


19: Better video for your business | Amos Kittelson

Teleconferencing is usually a huge pain in the rear. What feels like an infinite amount of solutions are available out there for broadcasting and sharing video -- all of them offering a likely chance of technical issues and average quality at best. My guest today has the solution for all of your business's telecommunication needs. --- Support this podcast:


18: Pulling up Anchor on Season 2

For Season 2 we will be using an app call Anchor.FM for sharing teasers, clips, and short tips to keep you informed, help build our following and engage with more users. You can find and follow us on Anchor at and the best part is, you can Call-in and ask us questions we can answer on the show or right there in the app.


Radio Silence

The Technically Living Podcast is working its way back into your podcatcher. Bare with us as we start spinning backup up. We cannot thank you enough for keeping subscribed or finding us since the beginning of the year. --- Support this podcast:


17: The Lesser Known Perks of Amazon Prime Membership

In this episode, I briefly discuss the additional features most people with an Amazon Prime membership might not even know are available to them. The first two are feature enhancements and the rest are some pretty neat additons. Take a listen. --- Support this podcast:


16: The Technical Details of Auto Detailing with Adam Huber

Adam Huber of Adam Huber's Detailing talks with us about the software tools and resources that he uses to stay organized in his mobile detailing service as well as keep in touch with and network with his customers. --- Support this podcast:


15: Apps For A Great Start To A New Year

Resolutions. Goals. Plans. Routines. Whatever you want to call them, you’ve made them. If you don’t already have some tools to help you start 2017 off on the right foot, you’re in the right place. In this episode, we talk about the dozen or so apps that I use daily to stay organized and productive as well as keep track of fitness goals. --- Support this podcast:


Who is Excited for Technology in 2017?

We are starting off 2017 the way the podcast was originally intended. We will hopefully be having interviews of people just like you using technology in their life, family, and business. In future episodes we will discuss with guests the tools they use currently or want to use in the future as well as possibly hash out an issue or frustration they are experiencing at the moment. --- Support this podcast:


14: Phishing and Social Engineering

This time of year your email inbox gets filled with invoices, receipts, and shipping notifications more than any other time. Because of that, you are much more likely to receive SPAM and other bogus emails that are 'phishing' you to click on links and provide information to inappropriate actors. --- Support this podcast:


13: Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud Services

Last week we had the amazing opportunity to travel to Las Vegas for the Amazon Web Services (AWS) re:Invent Conference where across 3 casinos there was training, workshops, certifications and so much more. All the sessions and training were specific to one of the many offerings Amazon has in their AWS package. It was hard to really get the most out of the conference cause there was so much information to learn and sessions to attend. --- Support this podcast:...


Top 5 Apps for Travel

Travel can be stressful. There are hundreds of apps you could use to manage agendas, trip itineraries, and sight-seeing plans. I just spent the week in Las Vegas at AWS re:Invent (more on that later) and I used 5 apps to keep my trip organized and know where I needed to go and what I should be doing for nightlife. --- Support this podcast:


Snapchat Spectacles

Video is getting it's second wind. 'Is getting' is already a little past-tense but Snapchat (or Snap Inc.) is taking it to a new level and they are doing what Google failed to do. And that is make wearable technology cool and fashionable. --- Support this podcast:


12: Make Your Computer More Secure in 10 Minutes

Imagine for a moment your computer never getting a virus or bogus software installed. Imagine buying a brand new computer on Black Friday or Cyber Monday and 5 years from now it running almost as good as the day you bought it. --- Support this podcast:


11: Your Digital Life Held Hostage By Ransomware

Do you have $100, $600, or $1000 to pay for the release of the files on your computer? Are you even aware that all your important files, photos, and videos could be held hostage at any time? If you don't take the steps now, once it happens the only option you have is to pay or say goodbye to everything stored on your computer. --- Support this podcast:


10: Massive Internet Outage. Attack On The Internet of Things (IoT)

On October 23rd, 2016 "Half the Internet" went offline. --- Support this podcast:


Why would the 'internet' go down?

'IT' happened again. Not because of this week's episode (at least I don't think so) but a big piece of the internet went unresponsive today because of systems with bad or default password configurations. Way more information than I can share in one episode but that is why we are here. We are here to break down all the pieces that can cause such a mass orchestrated attack and help protect you from them as much as possible. Unfortunately, there isn't much you can do about what happened...


9: Good P@$$w0rDs? No one wants my info... Right?

As an individual you might wonder “Why would someone want my information?” or “What could a hacker get out of having access to my account?” The truth is, it’s nothing personal 99% of the time. Nefarious people (hackers) might find your information as a result of a recent breach of a major service provider or they may be targeting an organization through a Phishing Campaign, Social Engineering or a vulnerable website. The damage that can be done with a single set of usernames and passwords is...