Panayotis Vryonis

Panayotis Vryonis

www.vrypan.net
Athens, Greece / Dad, geek, entrepreneur. Happy with my life.  Founder and CEO at http://longaccess.com/
Panayotis Vryonis
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kids activities to learn computer coding without computer

Can kids learn coding without a computer? These 11 fun activities for kids teach them basic coding concepts off-screen. You don't even need a worksheet. Check out what fundamental computer programming concepts you can teach your child without a compu

USB drives are very handy. But really. Make sure you have an online copy, too. BigStash offers 5TB for free, for one year: https://www.bigstash.co

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HOWTO archive your tweets.  If you are a Twitter user, your tweets are probably an important part of your online activity.  Why not take a backup every now and then? After all, things happen, and having a backup never hurt anyone. Plus, your Twitter archive is the best way to browse through your timeline, back to your very first tweet.   Here's how to do it.  http://blog.bigstash.co/2014/11/14/backup-your-twitter-account/

HOWTO archive your tweets. If you are a Twitter user, your tweets are probably an important part of your online activity. Why not take a backup every now and then? After all, things happen, and having a backup never hurt anyone. Plus, your Twitter archive is the best way to browse through your timeline, back to your very first tweet. Here's how to do it. http://blog.bigstash.co/2014/11/14/backup-your-twitter-account/

How to retire your old DVDs.  "[...] Optical storage in the form of DVDs/CDs has become something we still have at home only for backwards compatibility, for the rare occasions that someone will bring a DVD, or when we want to watch something that was put on DVD long ago. The bottom line: DVD is a dying medium, at least for me. [...]" http://blog.bigstash.co/2014/07/15/retiring-my-old-dvds/

How to retire your old DVDs. "[...] Optical storage in the form of DVDs/CDs has become something we still have at home only for backwards compatibility, for the rare occasions that someone will bring a DVD, or when we want to watch something that was put on DVD long ago. The bottom line: DVD is a dying medium, at least for me. [...]" http://blog.bigstash.co/2014/07/15/retiring-my-old-dvds/

BigStash is a digital archive for your stuff. https://www.bigstash.co/

BigStash is a digital archive for your stuff. https://www.bigstash.co/