Tag: Powerocks

LastPass with Amber Gott, OpenDNS, Powerocks Powercube 9000mAh Battery – HT155

Amber Gott (@lastpass), Online Community Manager for Last Pass (https://lastpass.com/) and Rich O’Neil (@dvn7) joins Jim (@jcollison) and for show #155 of Home Tech Podcast brought to you by the Average Guy Network, part of http://thegeeksnetwork.com/ community. Support the Average Guy Tech Scholarship Fund: https://www.patreon.com/theaverageguy Join us for the show live each Thursday at 8pmC/9E/1UTC at http://theAverageGuy.tv/live or call in your questions or comments to be played on the show at (402) 478-8450 Listen Mobile: LastPass – The last password you have to remember! https://lastpass.com/ https://lastpass.com/enterprise/pricing-roi/ Dealing with Subdomains and Autologin As a user of LastPass, I often set up

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Carrie Adams, Powerocks and Charging all your Gadgets – HT152

Carrie Adams (@CarrieRADams) from http://powerocksusa.com/ and Windows Home Server MVP John Zajdler (@Dieharder) join Jim (@jcollison) for show #152 of Home Tech Podcast brought to you by the Average Guy Network. Support the Average Guy Tech Scholarship Fund: https://www.patreon.com/theaverageguy Join us for the show live each Thursday at 8pmC/9E/1UTC at http://theAverageGuy.tv/live or call in your questions or comments to be played on the show at (402) 478-8450 Listen Mobile:   Christopher Brown’s Review of the Magic Stick – http://theaverageguy.tv/2013/12/07/magicstick-2800mah-review-2/ http://powerocksusa.com/ Special Deal going on right now – http://amzn.com/B00B1GPSZ4 Jim’s podcasting at Gallup – http://coaching.gallup.com http://theaverageguy.tv/2014/01/19/first-look-at-the-fitbit-force-on-home-tech/ Handy things I know about

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Magicstick 2800mAh Hands on Review

  Magicstick is a 2800mAh battery (Amazon purchase that supports The Average Guy Tech Scholarship Fund: http://amzn.com/B00B1GE6TI) with a nice, simple design. The first thing you notice about the Magicstick 2800mAh is how solid and well built it feels. It is not heavy, only 2.6 oz., but the device has heft. The casing is made of brushed aluminum, (mine was charcoal), and feels quite sturdy. It comes in quite a few colors (my favorite is red). On the charging end of the cylinder there are two ports, micro USB port is for charging the Magicstick, leaving the standard USB for

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