The TrackR

The TrackR

You’re Gunna Love This Device…

This Little Quarter Size Device will keep your mind at ease with anything you love, especially if your prone to losing, misplacing everything… 😉

Walking Your Dog and She/He scrams after the cat leaving you screaming? No Worries, Get Out Your Smart Phone and track that little stinker!

Hey You Drone Fans, Stick This Bad boy On Your Drone Just In Case It gets Crazy and Wants to fly off on it’s own…

Hurry Order Now, The Next 55 People That Phone In… Wait? LOL So Sorry I Got a Little Carried Away… 🙂

To Find Out More, Click that little Link Below.

The TrackR Page


New Ransomware That Knows Where You Live

New Ransomware That Knows Where You Live


I was reading Zack Whittaker’s story on this New Ransomware that is out and about and I really think you need to know how serious this stuff is.

It’s really sad that we have to be so cautious, but we need to be VERY cautious.

Ransomware is not just your typical Malware, It really will hold every file, documents, Video’s, & Those wonderful photos that you have had for years now and cannot be replaced.

And if your not backing up your PC or Mac please send me an email ( me, and I will help you get your machine backed up.

Here is Zack’s Article:

The carefully-crafted and user-specific emails contain links and personal information to trick victims into installing a new kind of malware.

How to eject a disk properly on OS X

How to eject a disk properly on OS X

Come On, Admit it… You’ve just pulled out that Thumb Drive before? I have… 🙂

Yes I have done this before and every now and then when I’m just exhausted or trying to multitask and I’ll do it again I’m sure.

I really do try my best not to do this and I always show my clients the correct way as well.

There are several different ways to eject your disk but my go to is just right click on the icon on your desktop and then left click on eject. 😉

So far in 2016 I have not pulled out that Thumb Drive without ejecting it first. Yippee! 🙂

Nick Mediati a freelance writer for Macworld wrote a nice simple but yet great article with pictures to help you on how to eject your disk properly.