2015

How To Make Your Earbuds Stay Put

You've purchased the perfect earbuds for the ultimate listening experience. However, you can't enjoy your tunes when your earphones keep slipping out! Fortunately, there are a number of tricks for making sure you don't have to battle your headphones to use them. Personal Adjustments Be prepared to make a few adjustments to get that right fit. First things first, make sure you purchase the right kind. You'll want earphones that are not flat but are squishy enough to fit the contours of your ears.

Telephone Headsets Can Make Your Employees More Productive

If your employees have to spend a lot of time on the phone, you may want to invest in some telephone headsets for them to use. There are a lot of reasons for that, but the biggest one is that it can boost their productivity. There are several ways in which that can happen.  Frees Up Their Hands Trying to type or write while holding a phone with one hand or tucked in between a chin and shoulder can be very hard.

Using Your DJ Equipment To Show Music Videos

If you are a disc jockey who has decided to start showing videos along with the music you play for your customers, you may have wondered how to get the images from your laptop to the televisions in the establishment where you play. There are a few pieces of equipment necessary to be able to transfer pictures or moving video from computers to televisions. Here are some instructions in how to improve your disc jockeying capabilities by adding video to your shows.

How To Organize Your Cords So That They Don't Look Like A Rat's Nest

Cords are annoying. We need to have them in order to charge all of our electric gadgets and appliances, but they can also make any area near an outlet look like a rat's nest. Luckily, it's relatively easy to reduce the amount of clutter around your outlets by using a few simple organizational tips. Follow these tips to organize your power cords.  1. Streamline Your Wires One of the first areas that you are likely going to want to tackle is the area by your home entertainment system.

5 Tips For Keeping Your TV Safe From Rambunctious Kids

There's nothing more frustrating than having your kids break your TV. Whether it was an errant ball or an overzealous game of tag, it is always an expensive and unnecessary repair. Here are some tips to help you avoid breaking your TV in the first place. Use a screen protector You can get screen protectors for TVs, just like you can for smartphones. These can be very beneficial because they will take the brunt of any damage and save your TV's LCD so you can view it another day.