Easily Find and Remove Duplicate Files in Windows 10

I’ve decided to move move and back up files files in the cloud. This includes moving all photos to Google Photos. Apparently, I had many duplicate photos in different folders that needed to be reorganized and deduped. Fortunately, CCCleaner makes finding and duplicating files of any time free, safe and easy. As you can see […]

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Secure Heavy Bags with Rebar Wire Ties

If you need to securely close a really heavy bag, one option is to use rebar wire ties. You can buy a pack of 100 rebar wire tires at the Home Depot. Grip-Rite 67/100 ft. 16-Gauge Rebar Tie Wire (100-Piece/Bag) To secure, make a neck out of the plastic bag, fold the rebar wire tie […]

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Easily Install Hooks Using a Drill

To install closed-loop hooks, insert a hex key / Allen wrench into your drill and use it to drive the eye hook. To install an open-loop hook, insert a closed-loop hook into your drill and use it to drive the hook.

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Test Rest APIs Using Postman

Testing HTTP connections and Rest APIs can easily be done using Postman. This handy tool allows you to provide HTTP headers, among many other things, to test connections and view responses. Here’s a test of querying a Rest API from restdb.io. The query URL is https://testdb-cd69.restdb.io/rest/people. For authentication, an HTTP header called “x-apikey” is provided […]

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Test URL Endpoints Using httpbin.org

If you have a webhook or form that makes an http request to another system, you can test the request and see the response easily using httpbin.org. For example, if you have a form that posts data, you can set the action attribute’s value to https://httpbin.org/post. Then, submit the form and you will see what […]

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Restdb.io – Super Simple, Low Code CMS and Database Backend for Web Apps

If you need a quick and easy way to create a CMS (content management system) or a database backend for an app, then Restdb.io will amaze! Here are some features: super developer-friendly with crystal clear documentation affordable and even has a free plan example code for popular programming languages, including client side JavaScript and server […]

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Easily Highlight Text in a Screenshot Using Photoshop

Let’s say you’ve taken a screenshot of some text and you’d like to highlight part of the text. By using different blending modes, this becomes an easy task. Here’s how to do it. 1. Open the screenshot containing text in Photoshop and select the text you want to highlight 2. Create a new layer and […]

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Easily break up (till) dirt with a tiller

Mantis Tiller and Mid-Tine Tillers I’ve tried various types of tillers that you can rent from Home Depot. The light duty mantis tillers and mid tine are really only good for soft dirt. MTA Rear Tine Tiller (Model # FRC800K1A-656912) This tiller is heavy duty and can break up hard clay BUT both the wheels […]

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Sync Audio with Video in Corel VideoStudio Pro

Let’s say you want to make a music video of you lip syncing to a song. You have two files: Video file of you lip syncing Audio file of song When you add these two files to VideoStudio Pro, you’ll need to adjust the start time of one so that the lip movement in the […]

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Fix Images Using Adobe Lightroom Clone and Healing Brushes

If you’ve got a blemish or an unsightly object in an image, you can hide it by using either the cloning brush or the healing brush. Cloning Cloning is similar to copying some pixels elsewhere in an image and pasting it. This works in some situations but in others, it becomes obvious that you just […]

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