Showing posts from December, 2015

How to Recover a Lost Wi-Fi Password

These days  if you're having friends over, they'll probably ask to log into your Wi-Fi network before asking for a drink. But if you've forgotten your password, it can be quite hard to find, since most devices obscure the characters with asterisks.
But it honestly doesn't take much technical know-how to find a lost Wi-Fi password, as long as you have access to the router or at least one device connected to the network. So below, I'll go over the easiest ways to find your lost Wi-Fi password with Windows, Mac, or Android, as well as a pair of additional methods that don't require a connected device.
Note that there is no way to view saved Wi-Fi passwords on an iPhone, unless you're jailbroken, then you can use a Cydia app like NetworkList, which works for iOS 6 and higher.
Windows Method If you've connected a Windows PC to the same Wi-Fi network in the past, it should be fairly simple to find the Wi-Fi password. To begin, open the Start menu …

Osinbanjo, Wife Visit 14-month Old BokoHaram Explosion Victim

The 14-month old explosion victim of Islamist group, Boko Haram, Baby Aishat Ibrahim, has successfully gone through reconstructive surgery. 
According to The Nation, Nigeria-born U.S-based surgeon, Professor Ferdinand Ofodile led the team that conducted the surgery in a four-hour successful operation. Also in the team are Dr. Chubado Tahir from the University of Maiduguri Teaching Hospital and Dr. Cefas Nbaya of the National Hospital, Abuja.

On Sunday, December 20, Osinbajo paid an unscheduled visit to check on the recovery status of the babyin the company of his wife, Dolapo Osinbajo.
The Osinbajos visit to Baby Aishat yesterday Speaking with journalists during the visit of the Osinbajos, Ofodile said: ”We reconstructed her eyelids by adding flesh from the thigh, and we also did a skin graft to the left arm, freeing it, from its attachment at the armpit caused by the explosion.
”She sustained extensive burns to the eye, the face and the chest. She also sustained injurie…

Twelve Obstacles In Building Wealth And Fortune

Believe it or not, you are not supposed to be poor. Living in lack, begging, borrowing from paycheck to paycheck and swimming in debt was not the Creator’s plan when He made man. Man was supposed to dominate his environment but sadly today more than three quarters of the Earth’s population live in extreme poverty.
Poverty was my reality until I discovered the source of true wealth and riches. By true wealth and riches I am not referring to gold, or other rich mineral deposits that can be found in the earth. The source of true wealth and riches is the mind, from where every great wealth emanates from. Wealth has to be thought of first before it becomes reality. In other words, it is the thought that produces wealth.
Now for the mind to be able to effectively kickstart the process of wealth creation, it must be free of limiting beliefs. These limiting beliefs are falsehoods that we have come to believe as true. This causes many people to fail to achieve their financial poten…

Photos: 52-Yr-Old Woman Marries For The First Time

Photos of a 52-year old Nigerian woman who married for the first time surfaced on the internet recently.
According to the Facebook page, Salvation Ministries, that shared the good news and photos, the unidentified beautiful woman married. The page, in a bid to showcase God’s goodness shared the new couple’s photos, saying;
“52 year old woman got married for the first time to her 56 year old husband. My God bless you today! He confirmeth the words of His servant @david_Ibiyeomie To God alone be all the Glory and praise”. And also:

With confirmation to Papa’s Prophecy, this woman, a 52 year old got married to a 56 year old man @The Kingdom Arena of Salvation Ministries. God is never too late for a Miracle. The God of @david_Ibiyeomie that has done this do greater things in your life. Wow!!! ‪#‎DavidIbiyeomie‬ ‪#‎ContinuousProgress‬ ‪#‎MiracleWeddings‬ ‪#‎5NightsOfGlory‬ #5NightsOfGlory #5NightsOfGlory #5NightsOfGlory #5NightsOfGlory
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Blogger Tip - How to Post Blogger Automatically to Facebook

When I started this post I had the preconceived notion that automatically posting from Blogger to Facebook would not be an issue at all. For some reason in the back of my mind this was as simple as using email notification to the Facebook email-to-post feature, or using Google's Feedburner.

Well, I was quite wrong about this. Trying to use the email-to-post feature in Facebook only added the blog name and title to my Facebook wall with no content or links. From Feedburner, it looked like Facebook might work but they're only supporting Twitter in their socialize feature.

Now, there are a number of Facebook plug-ins such as RSS Graffiti you can use to grab your blogger RSS feed and post it to your wall. However, I found another tool so useful that I think this might be the easiest path for anyone to use.

If This then That - or, If Blogger then Facebook A new online utility has appeared that can simply move your social postings around between sites called (or…

Must Read: The Rise of Facebook

The Rise of Facebook

In 2005, Zuckerberg's enterprise received a huge boost from the venture capital firm Accel Partners. Accel invested $12.7 million into the network, which at the time was open only to ivy league students.

Zuckerberg's company then granted access to other colleges, high school and international schools, pushing the site's membership to more than 5.5 million users by December 2005. The site then began attracting the interest of other companies, who wanted to advertize with the popular social hub. Not wanting to sell out, Zuckerberg turned down offers from companies such as Yahoo! and MTV Networks. Instead, he focused on expanding the site, opening up his project to outside developers and adding more features.

Zuckerberg seemed to be going nowhere but up, however in 2006, the business mogul faced his first big hurdle. The creators of Harvard Connection claimed that Zuckerberg stole their idea, and insisted the software developer ne…