Goal Zero has been around for a few years and they’ve made some of the coolest rugged gadgets on the market. The company is still making those gadgets and they’re primarily marketed toward the outdoor types. But that doesn’t mean you can’t use them at home or in a car or truck.
Below you’ll find just a small selection of what Goal Zero offers with links for purchasing. Many of these gadgets could make a great birthday or Christmas gift. With the holidays rolling up, it may be a good time to consider these.
Lighting and Backup Power
Torch 500 (US$49.95)
Backup light & phone charger
New for Fall 2020, the 500 is an upgrade to Goal Zero’s beloved Torch. Perfect for emergency lighting in an outage or to take along on outdoor adventures, the new Torch 500 is even more rugged so it can weather the elements and features
“I feel the need…the need for speed.” – Tom Cruise as “Maverick” in Top Gun
Whether it’s FedEx SameDay shipping, Amazon Prime Now, Disneyland’s FastPass, or needing something ASAP, we’re conditioned to believe that faster is better. The same is true with internet service.
Unfortunately, without both robust capacity and low latency, speed is somewhat meaningless. But when your internet service provider (ISP) manages capacity and latency correctly, the internet speeds we want become reality.
To ensure great speed, capacity is critical both where you use the internet and at the network level from your ISP, like us at Ziply Fiber. Your home or business network can dramatically impact your online experience, but your ISP’s network being properly architected with ample capacity and super-low latency is what makes speed really fly.
Capacity at home and work matters
You probably have fiber, cable or DSL running to your home or business.
You can almost feel Apple loosening its steel grip over the iPhone and iPad with the release of iOS 14 and iPadOS 14. iPhone and iPad owners now have the option to alter how their home screen looks, including the ability to put widgets on the iPhone’s home screen. But also noteworthy is the ability to now set the default email and browser apps on the iPhone or iPad.
That means you can use Gmail or Google Chrome — or any other app of your choice — and finally leave Safari and Apple Mail behind. It’s a big step for iPhone ($699 at Amazon) and iPad ($239 at Back Market) users, and one that was sorely overdue.
The process to change over your default mail and browser app is really simple, but also
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Starting March 11, 2020, when the pandemic was declared by the World Health Organization (WHO) as a global pandemic, we quickly experienced a flurry of events thereafter, witnessing drastic changes not only take place on a worldwide scale but also in our own personal lives at home and in business as we had to adapt quickly to the “new normal”.
As we conformed to the new rules and retreated to the safety of our homes, it gave entrepreneurs a chance to sit with their own stark reality of what they’d created up until that point – what was working, what wasn’t working, what our strengths are. Suddenly unable
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Let’s start by saying that no matter who you listen to, they probably don’t have all the answers. And if you ask a different “expert,” you’ll probably get a different answer.
If you’re paying someone to provide SEO services, the proof is in the pudding. If you’re getting results (i.e., ranking higher), their approach is most likely working.
But, for the rest of us, who may be trying to figure out how to write in a more SEO-friendly way without hiring an SEO expert, what should we be doing to help optimize our copy?
There Isn’t Anything Like A Great OS For Any Transportation Company
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Whether you need to close a sale, gather end-user feedback, show progress to your customer, or simply explain how your product works, sooner or later, you will need to demo your software product.
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Manage Your Audience’s Expectations
Have you ever gone to see a movie everyone raved about and walk out totally disappointed? More often than not, moviegoers feel let down not because the picture was bad, but rather because it was worse than they anticipated. It didn’t meet their expectations.
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One of the most endearing occasions that families around the world celebrate is Father’s Day. This is the day where children can honor their fathers for all the things they have done for them. In most countries such as the United States, UK and Canada, Fathers’ Day is celebrated during the third Sunday of June.
In other countries, the festival is celebrated on other dates particularly if there is some national or religious significance to it such as in Spain where Fathers’ Day is celebrated in conjunction with St. Joseph’s Day on March 19. Other countries celebrate this festival either on the first Sunday of September or the second Sunday of November.
During Father’s Day, wives and children would usually express their heartfelt gratitude by giving their fathers a special gift that he will surely love. Some of the best gifts to give your dads are hi-tech gadgets. Most fathers … Read More