Are you here because you are using my KTL AT-Home Car Buying & Leasing System and need a disposable email account?
Since my system relies exclusively on getting a new car via email…
You are going to get a lot of emails from car dealerships.
And much of this email is junk.
They will add our email address to their spam system. And they will email us for life with crap.
I use Google’s Gmail as a temporary email address. I find Gmail is the best free throw away email service out there right now.
So, whenever we contact a new car dealer, we give them our Gmail temporary address.
When they send us emails, we can see it… just like we see our regular email…
But, it shields our real email address at the same time.
Creating a new email address is super fast and easy:
Continue reading How to create a free throw away email account with Gmail
A little over a month from now, I will be vlogging daily. (Stay tuned here for an announcement).
And while I am a good storyteller, my video efforts are average.
Yet my videos will look as if they were shot by professionals in the moviemaking business.
And I have no film crew – everything is shot by me.
So how will I pull it off?
Continue reading Is the Canon 80D digital camera worth buying for $1,349?
The secret ingredient in a lot of rechargeable batteries is a substance called Lithium carbonate.
Here in the States, Lithium carbonate is mined in a small town in Nevada by Western Lithium.
This documentary shows how Lithium carbonate is used to make rechargeable batteries:
Continue reading Learn how electricity is made with rechargeable batteries
Apple Computer founder Steve Jobs takes us back in time…
Here is a video of his first Apple retail store ever in Glendale, California back in 2001:
Continue reading Steve Jobs introduces us to the first Apple store (video)
The definition of a Luddite is a person opposed to increased industrialization or new technology.
Luddites protested against machinery back in the 19th century.
Most say it is impossible to exist these days as a modern Luddite…
Gary Vanyerchuk thinks so.
But is this really true?
John Adams and I talk about the pros and cons of today’s technologies – take a listen:
Continue reading Why Luddites might be making a big comeback in the USA?
The definition of regressing is the return to a former or less developed state.
In simple speak, those that regress remain childlike as they age.
In fact, it is not uncommon to see senior citizens holding on to their childhood.
Most times, traumatic events trigger regression.
But modern technology is the new normal for regressing.
Examples of regressive behavior can be as harmless as sucking a pen…
Or it can be as extreme as wetting a bed (after years of not doing so).
These days, most addicted to their smartphones cannot have a simple human-to-human conversation.
Robert Lego and I talk through the pitfalls of modern regression – take a listen:
Continue reading Regressing and technology: are screens a fountain of youth?
“Big Bertha” was named after one of Seattle’s early mayors.
The $80 million drill is 326 feet long, five stories tall and weighs 6,700 tons.
It moves forward at 35 feet a day.
It cleans up after itself – carrying rock and dirt out on a conveyor belt.
Finally, it installs concrete panels – building the walls as it goes… leaving a finished tunnel behind.
Check this out:
Continue reading Watch: biggest tunnel boring machine in the world (video)
Google is still the world’s most popular search engine.
But the Big G is shrouded in secrecy – until now …
Continue reading 10 surprising and interesting facts about Google (video)
Most people are busy and have a short window of downtime to charge their device.
I ran lots of non-scientific tests to see if I could slash the time it takes to recharge my mobile devices.
Here are the (surprising) results of my findings:
Continue reading Here is how to speed up phone recharge time by at least 30%
Every single day, hundreds of thousands of cyber attacks riddle the Internet.
Countries are attacking other countries.
And some countries attack their own country.
This map is fascinating to watch:
Continue reading Here is the real reason the Internet is sluggish these days