What I learned from the journey of over 12 million steps

For a dedicated athlete or an active twenty something fit individual, walking a minimum of 10,000 steps a day, for almost three years might seem like a daily workout or a walk in the park. 

For someone like me, three decades older with ancient injuries and lot more wear and tear on the body walking roughly seven to eight kilometres a day that seems more like a pipe dream. 

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Review: Scosche BaseLynx – Modular Charging System

As your device arsenal or gadget collection grows, so do your charging needs, so it’s reassuring you can find an elegant solution like the Scosche BaseLynx – Modular Charging System for you to expand on as the need arises.

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AnthroDesk Dimmable LED Lamp Lights Desks and Zoom Calls

As many are spending more time these days at home or at our home office, at some point you’ll likely find yourself in need of a little extra light. It may be for your desktop or night stand. You may even need a better lighting source for your eBay or Kijiji photos or need to shine a little more on those Skype or Zoom calls. For those needs, the versatile AnthroDesk Dimmable LED Desk Lamp might be the bright choice.

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Netflix parental controls update a cure for kids’ prying eyes

Kids can stream Netflix from almost anywhere (Photo: Netflix)

Timely solution for families at home on lockdown

With many people at home on lockdown there’s probably a whole lot more Netflix binging going on. For some, it may not be a bad thing. It’s finally giving folks a guilt-free opportunity to finally binge on Ozark Series 3 or catch-up on that most talked about, love-it or hate-it new series, Tiger King.

For parents it creates issues around managing TV time.

While Mom and Dad are working from home, the kids could be catching the latest episodes of Boss Baby. They could also learn life lessons from Mr. Miyagi from the classic Karate Kid but you may not be so inclined to let them feast their eyes on the provocative true-crime docuseries and the story of the mayhem and madness surrounding Joe Exotic and his tigers. 

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Creating Interesting Podcast Content: Part 1 – Greg Gazin & Ryan Levesque

Greg Gazin & Ryan Levesque

In this two-part episode, Greg and Ryan step away from the typical interview format to talk about podcasting – specifically, how you can create interesting content.

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MacBook Air is the ultimate portable

The latest 13-inch MacBook Air is even thinner than previous models and weighs just 1.25 kg. It features new ID touch convenience

Some people prefer a tablet or a smartphone as their go-to device. Others stick with a traditional screen and keyboard computer for daily needs.

But if you’re looking for the best of both worlds, check out the latest 13-inch Apple MacBook Air, released last year.

It has stunning high-resolution display. Even small images are razor-sharp. And its True Tone technology further enhances your visual experience by making the screen seem more natural and easier on the eyes. It automatically adjusts the white balance to match the ambient colour temperature of the room.

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New Foldable Samsung Galaxy Z Flip – Sold Out in Canada

The new Galaxy Z Flip seems to really be a hit with Canadians. In fact it has exceeded Samsung’s expectations by selling out on its first day of sales. 

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How to turn off Netflix Autoplay previews

Netflix, loved by many, has become a national past time and has undoubtedly created a satiable desire for binge watching. So if you have become increasingly annoyed by auto-play previews wasting even one precious second of watch time, you’ll be thrilled to know that you now have an opt-out feature you can access directly for the web.

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AXE I/O SOLO: IK Multimedia’s new compact guitar interface

Today at NAMM, IK Multimedia unveiled AXE I/O SOLO, its latest entry in its of high-end guitar interfaces with advanced tone-shaping features.

The company says it’s developed for guitar players who want to record the best possible sound on the go and on a budget.

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Using LG’s new Washer with AI to do your Laundry

CES Innovation Award-Winning Washer by LG Deploys AI and Advanced 
Fabric Care

After year of doing laundry, I still sometimes second guess myself as to what the right setting is on my washer. I usually look at the tag on the garment and I’m usually safe with Automatic, Permanent-Press, Cold or Warm Wash and Dry. But today, at CES, LG Electronics (LG) unveiled its most advanced innovation in laundry, deploying artificial intelligence to deliver precision washing for optimal results without the need for any more guesswork.

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