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Author/Consultant Jeremiah L. Byerley
Hello! I am Jeremiah Byerley, a technical consultant, author, entrepreneur & former Lynda.com CTO. Working for companies such as Higher Octave Music, EMI, Activision, IDIMedia (Blaylock & Company), Anysoft and a contributor for online syndication company, Storyful, I have unique insight in today’s technology.

The news & tutorials on this site feature articles written by myself and curated selections from other authors to keep you on the edge of technology. Instant internet ‘Traffic Packs’ for web designers and mini computer hobby kits w/ email support suitable for ages 12+ are available in the store.

How to Transfer Saved Password from Google Chrome to Safari

Like most other popular browsers Google Chrome stores saved passwords. This is one of the most useful features that a web browser can have for a variety of reasons like automatically signing you into your favorite websites or allowing you to transfer your passwords into other browsers without much fuss. There are a lot of […]

Protecting Against Ransomware Attacks: A Checklist

In the second of a two part series discussing recent ransomware attacks against municipalities, Shawn Taylor with Forescout talks about how cities can protect themselves. Sometimes all it takes is a malicious email to infect an entire municipality with ransomware, freezing important city systems from water utilities or websites. That was the case with the […]

How to use a mouse with an iPad

The iPad can support a mouse, I find this really handy for browsing the web and Microsoft office.

Installing Windows 10 on an external USB drive on a Macbook

The use of propriety SSD’s on MacBooks limits the amount of space to dual boot Windows and MacOS on the…

Blockchain and why it can save music

There are a lot of conversations about blockchain on the internet, mostly in reference to bitcoin, banking or that it’s…

Does your brain trust belong to the cloud?

The Cambridge Analytica information breach of your facebook data has shown us the future of storing private data on the…