Why are my Facebook Page Likes Disappearing?

The good news is that there’s a chance most of your recent unlikes have nothing to do with someone deciding they don’t like your product or service. If your startup or small business Page has been losing qualified likes lately, you are not alone: https://www.facebook.com/help/community/question/?id=10156535614245601&added&rdrhc https://www.facebook.com/help/community/question/?id=10153773403915937 We recently started inviting close friends and family to […]
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Tackling Winter Dryness with a Whole House Humidifier

Falling temperatures usher in dry air and for those prone to sinus issues, there may be a yearning for tropic-like conditions in the home. Not long after we moved into our home we discovered that the whole house humidifier hooked up to the HVAC wasn’t actually working (an older Aprilaire unit). After failed attempts to […]
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Extending a Home or Office Apple Airport Wifi Network

D-Link 600AV Apple Airport Network
If you’re having issues getting a solid wifi signal throughout your home or office, you are not alone. A wifi router only covers about 100’ radius and there are lots of interference possibilities; walls, people, neighbors, other devices, mirrors, metal, water, etc. The best approach is to extend a single networked router rather than tacking […]
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Global Events in Meteor

Unlike template helpers which can be added globally via registerHelpers, in Meteor, global events are DIY. While adding tooltips to our upcoming web app, we needed to add click events to multiple templates and Template.body.events wasn’t going to work for our setup. So, we did a simple little workaround and used a jQuery plugin. jQuery […]
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AppleCare: It’s Worth It (mostly)

Why Buy Applecare
Yes, you should buy AppleCare…but maybe not for every device It used to be that many professional Mac owners also upgraded and repaired on their own machines – adding and replacing parts like a hobbyist mechanic. But today, these machines are far more compact and increasingly difficult to work on – and for most of […]
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