This was the second Q&A of the year – we’ll even have a third. And if the ‘Good Questions®’ keep rolling in, even more! Send those Good Questions® to Ask@nscsurfers.org. And a hint: even Stupid Questions® can make this list - Stupid Questions® are my specialty!
The Q&A for the week:
- You die. What happens to your social media accounts?
- How to do Speech Recognition on Phones and Windows 10
- What are the best features of Windows 10?
- The new Windows 10 anti-ransomware feature
- Should I ‘Cut the cord?’ and drop cable TV?
I was asked, “Why do I put [or hide!] links like this, <link>?” That is because often links are long, and simply become too hard to read. That said, you should *always* preview a link before clicking on it by hovering the mouse pointer over the link to see where it goes. If it goes somewhere weird, don’t click it!
- The strange/funny Japanese game show “Slippery Stairs” <link>
- Wayne Brady’s Thriller cover <link>
- Sixteen Tums by the Parody Project <link> (There are other wonderful videos by these guys, but maybe too political for some. Check ‘em out!)
- Jedi vs Sith Guitar Battle, “The Last Shredi” <link>
- Punctuation commands in Android <link>
- Windows 10 Speech to Text Reference Sheet <link>
- StatCounter, Market Share Stats <link> (click ‘edit chart data’ to see more!)
- Installing a digital Adaptor <link> (a funny video blast from the past!)
- Tom’s guide to cord cutting <link>
- Consumer reports say to get an Antenna <link>
- The best cord-cutter’s Trifecta <link>
- Cord Cutter Myths: Lifehacker<link>, Gomohu<link>, and Tablotv<link> (and they don't always agree with each other! fun.)
- Huffington Post Cord cutter problems <link>
- CNet reviews Streaming Services <link>
- PC Mag’s Best Streaming Services <link>