Latest Netflix Scam

Another scam is going around the internet and its at a time of year where people are typically more vulnerable because of how much money we spend online.  We’re more likely to feel comfortable entering our credit card information because we’re extra busy and doing a lot of shopping online. This Netflix scam claims your […]

Join us at Hull’s Festival of Lights

Hosted by the Hull Nanasket Chamber of Commerce Join us for a free community event! Seasonal music, hot cocoa, cookies and hot soup, a visit from Santa….and rides on the “Winter Wonderland” Paragon Carousel! The Lobster Trap Tree will be dedicated to the rich maritime heritage of Hull and the Lobstermen and Lobsterwomen who have […]

Don’t fall for this “hacked” email.

Essentially the email comes from your email address and is sent to your email address.  A “hacker” claims to have hacked your computer through your router, sometimes even listing a specific router and a specific time that you were hacked.. The scam email goes on to suggest that you were looking at adult websites and […]

The Good Geeks at the Showcase

Good Geeks very own Kelly Regan featured her art work at the Hull Nantasket Chamber of Commerce’s Holiday Showcase this past weekend. Proud Pop and owner of The Good Geeks, Adrian Muir was there supporting Kelly and selling refurbished computers. Photo Credit: Patricia Abbate

Small Business Saturday 2018

Today is a day that small online businesses and locally owned shops and artists rely on to support themselves through the winter months. It has been estimated that on Small Business Saturday 2017, nearly $13 billion dollars were spent with independently owned businesses We are so proud to know and work with so many talented […]

Why no padlock? A must read for website owners

A few weeks ago Google made it absolutely mandatory for every website on the internet to be encrypted with a SSL (secure socket layer) certificate.  SSL has been required for commerce websites since the dawn of time but Google now requires all websites to be secure to protect website visitors from having their information get […]

The Google Screen of Death (GSoD)

We figure most people who have been using a Windows Computer have heard of the term “Blue Screen of Death” (BDoD). The Windows famous BDoD is a blue screen which alerts you to a catastrophic Windows error complete with error message (which might as well be written in Greek). This terrible blue screen appears right […]

iPad / iPhone can’t get online

We recently ran into this issue.  A customer could not get online via their iPad and their iPhone.  It was extremely frustrating for them because they were unable to work outside of their office.  After doing some troubleshooting we reverted to the theory of K.I.S.S.  (Keep it simple, stupid)…  Us, not the customer. We took […]

IOS (iPad, iPhone, iTouch) Parental Control App: OurPact

Having children with various Apple devices can be a little stressful.  We don’t want tech to babysit our children but we want them to be able to access the current technology so they don’t fall behind their peers.  Kids are getting laptops, tablets and  Chromebooks issued to them by school. Many children also have iPhones […]