Not THIS OOMA, that OOMA.
Not THIS OOMA, that OOMA.

About a week ago I logged in to my OOMA Premier account to ‘Blacklist’ a number that kept calling our house during dinner time.  As I was editing the call logs, I noticed there was an option to click a radio button to use NoMoRobo to run the OOMA Blacklist automatically: Continue reading


LegoMafiaMan

 

Recently Anthem announced the biggest Identity Breach yet.  It affects over 80 million people- including as many as 4 in 10 Feds.

This one makes the Home Depot and Target breaches look like small potatoes.

According to Anthem’s own webpage of FAQ (https://www.Anthemfacts.com), the breach affects all current and former Anthem customers, as well as customers who have used ANY Blue Cross/Blue Shield provider (includes Feds enrolled in  FEHB) in any of the states where Anthem does business: Continue reading


I admit it, I’m the most tenacious hound for cheap airfares there is.

I made some travel plans this past year to visit a relative in Maui over the Holidays. I started tracking the airfares as soon as they were published, early in the calendar year.

In the past I’ve used Travelocity FareWatcher and the (now defunct) MyYahoo widget.   Travelocity’s fare watch tool is only effective for tracking bargain fares between  a City Pair- But it does not let you choose your schedule in advance.  I’ve been unimpressed with either of them (Travelocity, Yahoo, + others), so decided to try out the new Yapta, which appeared to have some very solid tracking features and built-in alerts. Continue reading