In Episode #55, I offer various possible solutions for those having printing problems. If your printer stopped working suddenly one day, and seems to be offline or not found on the network, these suggestions may help fix the problem. (3 Dec 2020)
In Episode #52, I talk about life without Apple after my Mac Mini computer crashed. This episode coincidentally relates to episode #50 from a week ago where I talk about how we should have other computers available to work on in case a primary computer crashes. (17 Nov 2020)
In Episode #47, I talk about how it is very difficult to meet our recommended nutritional guidelines, and why it’s so important to eat certain foods that more effectively meet those requirements. (8 Oct 2020)
In Episode #46, I talk about building an energy efficient Mini ITX computer with AMD Ryzen 5 3400G Processor and NZXT H210 case. I discuss the benefits of building your own computer, including optimal component selection as well as eco friendlier options of repairing, replacing and upgrading individual components rather than an entire computer. (7 Oct 2020)
In Episode #42, I offer suggestions about buying the best computer display and give tips about installation and positioning. In summary, I suggest that a Samsung 42-inch 4K resolution TV is an excellent choice for a computer display. (15 Sep 2020)
In Episode #41, I talk about all-weather year-round bike riding and my transition back to fair-weather pleasure cycling. I review the special clothing and accessories needed for all-season daily bicycling. (9 Sep 2020)
In Episode #40, I talk about hybrid monetization for podcasts and YouTube videos. This lets your regular subscribers and followers enjoy content without advertising. After a few days, monetization can be turned on, for subsequent views. Also, if you’re promoting your content, it allows people to have immediate uninterrupted access to what you’re sharing. That way the content consumers don’t feel like they were corralled into revenue generating ads where the emphasis appears to be on advertising revenue rather than the content. (7 Sep 2020)
In Episode #39, I discuss how we measure success in social media. Rather than focusing on subscribers, followers, views, or even clicks, we should measure how many people we are effectively interacting with, and not seek to exceed the number of followers or views that would surpass our ability to respond to viewer questions and requests. (4 Sep 2020)
In Episode #38, I discuss the University of Iowa COVID Response including the need for student isolation and quarantine facilities as well as UIOWA online classes. The topics, themes, and suggested solutions in this episode are most likely applicable to other higher education institutions. (28 Aug 2020)
In Episode #34, I talk about our experience dealing with the Iowa Derecho storm, a severe inland hurricane that hit our state last week, on 10 Aug 2020. I share some of the disaster preparedness tools and resources we relied on, and how we fared through the storm and aftermath. (13 Aug 2020)
In Episode #21, I talk about how photography has changed dramatically in recent years as a result of smartphones, social media, and photo apps that are competing with traditional DSLR cameras. Our uses of photos have changed with a need for non-traditional image dimensions for use on websites and social media.
In Episode #20, I discuss seven relationships of business that define the success and impact of a company. These relationships can help with decisions about what companies and organizations to work for and invest in.
In Episode #11, I look back at the past 10 episodes and talk about how I want to continue improving the message presentation and audio quality. I review some of the challenges of producing the first 10 shows.
In Episode #2, I discuss various factors to consider when trying to choose an Internet service provider in the Iowa City area. In addition to discussing Mediacom and CenturyLink, I provide information about alternative options.