Graphics Unleashed Blog Excerpts

Below are excepts of each of the most recent posts that have appeared in the Graphics Unleashed Blog. You can read and interact with the full post by clicking on the post title. View all of the posts in the blog using the link above.

  • Tech News Digest for April 19, 2019

    What happened earlier this week in Paris is a tragedy. I’ll start out with a couple of articles about how technology can be used to assist in the rebuilding efforts. Historian uses lasers to unlock mysteries of Gothic cathedrals How Notre Dame Could Be Rebuilt With The Help Of […]

  • Facebook Portal Features Alexa and Video Calling Plus a Sale Price

    I watching with fascination as a kid when predictions showed we could make video calls at some point in the not too distant future. It didn’t happen as quickly as predicted, but the reality is that I made video calls on nearly a daily basis. I suspect many of you do as well. Today I’ll […]

  • Fun Side of the Wall Artwork and Apparel

    I’ve now been living in Loreto, Mexico full-time for five months. It is a wonderful community and many stressful things from Arizona did not follow me here. Contrary to stories you may hear, it is an extremely safe area. In fact, I feel safer here than in anyplace I lived in the US. Local […]

  • Tech News Digest for April 12, 2019

    I’m not a watcher, but I know there are a lot of Game of Thrones fans waiting for the final season. Yes, we’ve got you covered. Don’t steal dragons! Facebook is in the news again, though it seems they are in the news every week. Florida delivers several men (and critters) doing […]

  • TP-Link WiFi Range Extender Brings Stronger Signals at Longer Distances

    I know I’m not the only one who lives in a house that acts like a Faraday cage when it comes to WiFi signals. Thanks to heavy concrete filled with rebar, my signals are very limited. That’s where a WiFi range extender saves the day. Today I’ll tell you about a really good one that […]

  • Enjoy Free Videos for Learning CorelDRAW

    I don’t think readers are fully aware of the many free videos we offer on YouTube. I’ve shared many of these before and I’m sharing again today in case you had forgotten or even if you want to watch them again. One way you can know when we release new videos is to subscribe to […]

  • Tech News Digest for April 5, 2019

    An out of this world Big Mac? Stones delayed and ABBA returns. Facebook proposes new services and faces more security issues. Apple fails at charging. Old color is new again. Crank up your music to 11! Yes Florida man fans, we’ve got you covered. These stories and many more are covered in […]

  • OneOdio Headphones Provide Big Sound at Bargain Price

    I always keep headphones in my travel backpack. Sure, they get used when I’m not traveling. I just make sure to keep them in my backpack so I have them on the road with me. When I went on my last trip, I reached into my bag to get the headphones and they had fallen […]The post OneOdio […]

  • CorelDRAW Graphics Suite 2019 Hardware and System Requirements

    CorelDRAW Graphics Suite 2019 has been released and many of you want to know if it will run on your computer. In this post I’ll list the official hardware requirements for CorelDRAW Graphics Suite 2019 as well as suggestions beyond the requirements. If you have any questions not answered in […]

  • Tech News Digest for March 29, 2019

    This week we have tons of Florida man stories. Sadly there are also numerous ransomware attacks with different resolutions. There are new features coming for Windows. Apple has new products that aren’t phones, tablets or computers. All the headlines are listed below, click to read the full […]

  • 2019 Kindle Adds Front Light and Runs for Weeks

    I have to admit I wasn’t a huge fan of reading books on a screen when the idea first appeared. Now I do almost all of my book reading on my tablet. The most popular device for pure reading is Amazon’s Kindle and today I’ll tell you about the newest version. Yes, I earn a […]

  • Tech News Digest for March 22, 2019

    Facebook had a pretty bad week of failures. New products from Dell and Apple. The Flintstones have to go. Woodstock is coming back. Those are just a few of this week’s headlines, including Florida news. Click on the headlines below to get the full stories. Facebook says its new AI technology […]

  • Stainless Steel Hose Provides Small Size and Durability

    Throughout my life, I owned a number of rubber garden hoses. They all fail. Plus they are really heavy. Today I’ll discuss an alternative that provides more durability and is lightweight. Yes, I’ll provide an Amazon link which does earn me a small commission. No freebies here, I had to […]

  • Make Improvements to Your Business Self

    This is the last part of a four part series on self improvement. Make sure to check out the first three parts: Skills to Improve Yourself and Your Life, More Skills for Improving Yourself and Make Improvements to Yourself. Here are six more posts covering various methods of business improvement. […]

  • Tech News Digest for March 15, 2019

    Many of my loyal readers are either current CorelDRAW users or you have been a CorelDRAW user at some point in the past. A new version was released this week so I’ll start out with links to two blog posts covering the new release. If you have moved to a Mac and were frustrated there […]