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Hacks related to using technology -- such as computers, phones, televisions, etc. -- safely and effectively.

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Most keyboards are dishwasher safe. Unplug the keyboard from whatever you have it connected to. Remove any batteries and attachments (non-glued in place items, but not the keys). Place on the top t …
answered Feb 23 '16 by Adam Zuckerman
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Just before printing, remove the paper from the printer and fan it to prevent the paper from sticking. One of the sources I reviewed said that in an arid environment, fanning could cause sticking due …
answered Dec 19 '15 by Adam Zuckerman
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Set up a fan to blow air over it while you are recording. This will help to alleviate some of the heat issues. If you have a case on the phone, remove it to assist with the heat exchange from the air …
answered Mar 20 '16 by Adam Zuckerman
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You will probably find it easier and less expensive to purchase a local prepaid phone for traveling to the US from overseas. Many include "unlimited" data plans. And if you are going to be in the US f …
answered Feb 18 '16 by Adam Zuckerman
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Place some kind of wedge between the keyboard and the surface on which it rests. I have used pennies, folded paper, and small notepads (the glued together paper kind). You can use any material handy ( …
answered Jan 23 '15 by Adam Zuckerman
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Concrete cinder blocks or bricks can be used to raise your monitor. They have the advantages of being cheap, easily available, and heavy enough to stay in place. The blocks pictured below have a text …
answered Jan 10 '16 by Adam Zuckerman
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Look at this from another angle, place the device being charged in a holder that keeps your cable from being stressed. You should be able to mount a holder using double sided tape to almost anything …
answered Aug 17 '16 by Adam Zuckerman