One of the most interesting products I have come across in the past few years is the Itzagascan emergency fuel container. I have several for my vehicles and gave a bunch away as Christmas gifts. If you own a motorized vehicle, you should consider purchasing a few of these just in case. Read my review of this product over at Survival Life to get my impressions of the product and why I find it compelling.

I’ve had a few spare fuel containers with broken spouts in my garage for a while. Not long ago, I replaced the broken ones with an EZ-Pour Spout so I could use the containers again. In fact, I liked them so much I wrote a review for them over at Survival Life. If you have any pre-2009 fuel containers that need a replacement spout, give this product due consideration.

Technology can be a two-edged sword. On the one hand, it gives regular people access to information and provides countless communications channels to convey it. On the other hand, Big Tech installs various tracking tools to gather data on what users are looking for. It’s a bit Orwellian and provides tech criminals with a big target. After all; if Google, Apple, Microsoft, and other tech giants have exabytes of data on their users, wouldn’t hackers want to steal it?

Which brings us to Windows 10.

Many of us current have Windows 10 installed on our devices, as of July 2017 it has been installed on over a third of personal computers in the world. By default, the keylogger that Microsoft included in the operating system is enabled. This means that all those PCs are sending keystrokes and voice information to Microsoft for their analysis. In other words, Big Brother Bill is watching you! But fear not, you can turn off the data spigot to Redmond and regain a little bit more of your privacy. Take a look at this article when you have a chance, it will show you how to turn off the keylogger. It’s a small step but it will help protect your privacy and reduce your exposure to data breaches.