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Be More Efficient – Have Siri Navigate You To Specific Settings Screens [iOS Tips]

Ok, I’ll admit it; I occasionally use Siri in the car. It’s not a perfectly hands-free system, but it is great to be able to send a quick text to let someone know I’m running late without touching the phone too much.<p>The other day, though, I was sitting in the car at my son’s school, waiting for the …

How to like, comment, and add subscribers to shared photo albums on your iPhone, iPad, Mac, or PC

Making or subscribing to a shared photo album on iCloud is just the beginning: Once you're part of a shared album with your friends, family, or …

Apps

Halloween Hookups: Where Single People Travel For Tricks And Treats

Just as Columbus Day weekend is to married couples and apple orchards, Halloween weekend, it turns out, is to single people and loose inhibitions. According to MissTravel.com, a travel dating website, the "uninhibited nature associated with Halloween is an ideal premise for singles seeking hook …

Who Wrote It: James Franco or Jenna Jameson?

While you’re toiling away trying to pay off the debt you incurred while getting your MFA, James Franco and Jenna Jameson both have novels coming out. …

Shades of Grey

Jack London Believed 'Function Of Man Is To Live, Not To Exist'

A literary critic once remarked, "The greatest story Jack London ever wrote was the story he lived." In his brief life, London sought adventure in the far corners of the world, from the frozen Yukon to the South Pacific, writing gripping tales of survival based on his experiences — including <i>The</i> …

Charlie Manson: The Life and Delusions

More than one friend, when told I was reading the "definitive" new biography of Charles Manson, said, "Why would anybody want to read <i>that</i>?"<p>It's a reasonable question. The Manson murders, almost 45 years ago, were gruesome, sordid, tragic and completely pointless. Manson himself was a seedy figure …