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Patric Welch

Patric Welch founded Noobie, Inc. in 2006 to help others effectively choose and use technologies to enhance their work and lives. The catchy company name earned Welch the name of Mr. Noobie®, but, in reality, Welch is an experienced and professional techie. Unlike most techies, Welch evaluates emerging technologies from a noobie’s perspective and provides technology education for all skill levels in a friendly, non-threatening way.

How to Market Your Las Vegas Business

Market your Las Vegas business

If you own a business in Las Vegas, you know the importance of effectively marketing your brand. The entertainment capital of the world is full of opportunities and potential customers—and businesses vying to capture their attention. Marketing your brand in…

7 Beginner Tips for Using PowerPoint

using PowerPoint

Did you know that at least 35 million PowerPoint presentations are given daily by approximately 500 million worldwide users? This presentation tool is commonly used in schools, corporate meetings, training sessions, workshops, and more. PowerPoint has several features that can help…

How To Use Email: A Guide for Beginners

how to use email

If you’re still sending physical letters by post, you’re not alone. Recent research by the United States Postal Service revealed that 67% of people are still sending snail mail or have the intention to do so. Recipients of traditional mail said…

Is Chime Better Than Your Bank?


Have you been disappointed by your bank because of the lack of transparency, hidden charges, and slow interfaces? If so, we have good news for you. We recently discovered Chime – the financial institution that has been striving to change…

10 Smart Bathroom Gadgets

Bathroom gadgets

Are you looking for some new bathroom gadgets to transform your bathroom into the smartest room in the house? You’re in for a treat because we have listed here smart devices specifically designed for your bathroom. 10 Bathroom Gadgets For…

Yotta: Prize-Linked Savings

Lottery tickets

Data from the U.S. Census Bureau shows that the adult population spends an average of $40 to $947 per year on lottery tickets. However, studies show that the chances of getting struck by lightning are far greater than winning the…