The Women of HGTV

The lovely, free-spirited and barefoot Genevieve Gorder has a new show and it’s on HGTV, not TLC, where she hails from with infamous shows like Trading Spaces and Town Haul.

Her new HGTV show, Dear Genevieve, allows homeowners to send a letter to her describing their design dilemmas. She will address the issues by showing up at the homeowner’s house in person. At the end of the redesign, she will have the homeowner re-read their letter to her.

She can’t be everywhere at once for all the homeowners who have fallen out of love with their homes, so she answers many questions for the homeowners on the show or on the internet. Viewers can post pictures of their design issues on Genevieve’s HGTV page.

Genevieve Gorder is an interior designer from Minneapolis, Minnesota who lives in New York City and owns a second house in Jeffersonville, New York where Town Haul hosted its first segment. She fell in love with the town when they redid the entire town. The idea gifts for nautical lovers for Town Haul was hers. One of the first shows she is noted for is gift ideas for boaters Trading Spaces, a well-known TLC home show. It features gifts for water lovers two families moving into each other’s house and with the designer’s help completely redesigning a room in the other family’s house.

She attended both Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon and the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan. She briefly lived in Amsterdam because of the studios there.

She is married to reality TV host Tyler Harcott and they recently started a family. They met when she was on Trading Spaces and he was on Junkyard Wars. Their first date lasted eight days and that said it all for both of them. He moved from Los Angeles to New York.

Genevieve says, “Designing a room comes down to finding out what gives you joy, and I’m there to help make yours visible.”

She also states, “I think taking design out of the studio and really having a relationship with the people that you’re making it for really convinced me of how powerful a thing design is. It’s not just an aesthetic decoration. There’s a big difference between decorators and designers and the training is very different. It’s what I do from the time I wake up to the time I go to bed. Whether I’m on vacation or not, I see everything. Design can have such a positive impact on the way people live and on their relationships and moods. It was eye-opening and life changing for me.”

She commends television for bringing design to everyone.

She’s been on Oprah and noted that she’s unlike any interviewer she’s met. She says that Oprah has more of a caring and curious spirit than others.

Dear Genevieve premiered on New Year’s Day just like gifts for nautical lovers The Property Shop and it airs on Mondays at 8:30/7:30 Central.

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CaseCentral’s Weekly ‘Case in Point’ eDiscovery Cartoon Series Celebrates Third Anniversary of Legal Humor


the leader in secure, cloud-based eDiscovery software for corporate

counsel and law firms to simplify eDiscovery, is celebrating the third

anniversary of its weekly eDiscovery cartoon series, Case

in Point, at the 2011 Association for Corporate Counsel (ACC)

Annual Meeting.

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#ediscovery #cartoon, Case In Point, celebrates 3rd anniversary at the

@ACCinhouse #ACCAM11 #ESI

Over the past three years, Case in Point has illustrated numerous

eDiscovery scenarios, from the comical to the serious. Case in Point has

grown to reach approximately 50,000 readers per week in nearly 100

countries/territories on 6 continents. In September, 2011, Case in Point

was featured in the book, “Visual

Marketing – 99 Proven Ways for Small Business to Market with Images and


In a recent article

in The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, Steve d’Alençon, chief

marketing officer of CaseCentral explained, “The ideas for cartoons come

from everyday news and events, from many funny people inside of

CaseCentral, from the cartoonist and from me, but most importantly, our

readers supply us with some fantastic ideas, for which they receive a

signed, framed copy of the final cartoon based upon their idea.”

Here is what some followers of the weekly cartoon had to say about.


in Point:

“Reading Case In Point each Monday!AnG6U1J2D-yzaylcmXc7c8XOA2w is a great start to the week,” said

Tom Gelbmann, managing director of Gelbmann

& Associates LLC and co-founder of the Electronic

Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) Project. “With all of the stresses

and strains of the week, it is a good reminder to have some fun along

the way.”

“It’s a necessity to have some intelligent levity in the high-stakes

legal world,” said Barry Murphy, co-founder of eDiscoveryJournal.

“CaseCentral’s Case in Point cartoon helps to put everything in

perspective. I look forward to seeing the new Case in Point every week.”

“Between caffeine, Prozac and Case in Point, the e-discovery set has

just enough tools to stave off the discovery blues,” quipped George

Socha Jr., Esq., founder of Socha Consulting, and co-founder of the Electronic

Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) Project.

“Just before gallows humor comes e-discovery humor,” said Katey Wood,

Analyst at Enterprise

Strategy Group (ESG). “With Case In Point, you’ll laugh, you’ll cry

and you’ll litigate.”

The top ten Case in Point cartoons over the past three years include:

1. Hold

Everything, 2009-Apr-20

2. Evolution

of E-Discovery, 2010-Mar-15

3. Dante’s

eDiscovery Inferno, 2009-May-4



on Trial, 2009-Apr-27

5. Social

Verdict, 2011-Sep-12

6. Head

in the Cloud, 2010-May-10

7. eDiscovery

Olympics, 2009-Jun-8

8. Lost

in Translation, 2010-Feb-15

9. The

Cloud, 2011-Feb-28

10. Courthouse

Rock, 2011-Jul-4

“Case in Point is a great example of the use of visual marketing

techniques, presenting simple, memorable and funny images to our

audience. The cartoons have been used extensively to illustrate key

points in presentations, lectures, newsletters, books and

conversations,” said d’Alençon. “The growth of Case in Point paints a

picture of a maturing eDiscovery market that increasingly involves

people from many different walks of life including educators, lawyers,

paralegals, IT staff, consultants, vendors, bloggers, authors and more.

We look forward to starting our fourth year of eDiscovery humor!”

New Case in Point eDiscovery cartoons are available weekly on Monday

morning at the following URL:

Case in Point readers and followers are encouraged to submit Case in

Point cartoon ideas for consideration at the following URL:

Readers who see their idea turned into a cartoon will receive a framed

print of the final cartoon signed by the artist, Tom Fishburne.

Case in Point Mobile is compatible with iPhones, Blackberries and

Android devices. To use Case in Point Mobile, point your mobile browser


For users of Safari (iPhone and iPad), select the “Add” button and then

“Add to Home Screen” to add a Case in Point icon to your home screen for

easy use.

Get your Case in Point Screen saver at:

Choose which screen saver you prefer. Screensavers are compatible with

all Windows® versions: 98, 98SE, ME, NT4, 2000, XP, Vista and Windows 7.

Visit the Case

in Point Café to turn your favorite cartoons into keepsakes or gifts

for that special eDiscovery somebody.

About Tom Fishburne

Tom Fishburne is the cartoonist behind CaseCentral’s eDiscovery cartoon

series, Case in Point. He is the founder and chief cartoonist at Marketoonist,

creating cartoon-based marketing campaigns to help businesses

communicate. He has developed campaigns for Wall Street Journal Asia,

Unilever, Kronos, Epicurious, and others. He also inks a weekly

marketing cartoon, Brand

Camp, read by 50,000 business leaders every week. Find out more at

About CaseCentral

Founded in 1994, CaseCentral is the leader in secure, cloud-based

eDiscovery software for corporations and law firms to simplify

electronic discovery (e-Discovery) in response to litigation, regulatory

inquiries and internal investigations. CaseCentral enables repeatable,

defensible and measurable business processes that significantly reduce

eDiscovery risk, cost and time. The CaseCentral

eDiscovery Platform integrates early case assessment, processing,

analysis, review and production capabilities, enabling customers to

succeed with a single matter and seamlessly migrate to multi-matter,

multi-party, multi-repository support within the same software platform.

CaseCentral pioneered the use of process analytics, providing real-time

measurement of review rates, quality rates and costs per document – by

matter, firm or user. CaseCentral has served more than 32 of the Fortune

100 and more than 83 of the AmLaw 100. CaseCentral is a proud member of

the Cloud

Security Alliance (CSA). For more information, call 1.800.714.2727

or visit,

follow us on Twitter at

or read ‘Case in Point’ cartoons, the lighter side of eDiscovery, at:

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Your Back Pain (And What It’s Trying to Tell You)

At one time or another, the misery of lower back pain is felt by everyone, which is no surprise. Our upright spine is as unique to being human as having an opposable thumb. But where anyone can see that using our hands involves every aspect of life, we don’t say the same about our backs. But it’s just as true. You can read a great deal standing behind someone, reading victory or defeat, success and failure, pride or shame and every degree of self-esteem. More hidden are the stresses that shape the back. On the day that you feel that first twinge of back pain, an entire personal history has already unfolded.

Can we use that history to treat lower back pain?

The factors to consider are as varied as each person is, but the most salient include:

Physical stress to the lower back

Sedentary jobs

Lack of exercise

Untended psychological issues

Depression, anxiety

Sudden changes in physical routine

Bad sleep

Coping mechanisms, how you deal with stress


Old traumas, such as car accidents and sports injuries

Unknown predispositions

That’s a lot to consider.  As you can see, saying “My back went out” or “I must have hurt my back” falls short of an adequate explanation.  Everything on the list needs to be considered as a contributing factor. It’s important to distinguish between acute pain and chronic pain. Acute pain is intense and lasts from a few days to several weeks. Acute back pain is generally due to sprains or strains and usually gets better in a few weeks. Chronic pain lasts longer than three months. Chronic back pain is more complicated in terms of its causes and its treatment.

We can start with a very general picture. Medicine knows a lot already about this chronic problem. About 1 in 6 Americans suffered from back pain continually for every day of the last month; a quarter of the population reports that they have had back pain in the last three months. Back pain is the No. 2 reason people visit their doctor (No. 1 one is colds and flu).

And back pain is on the rise. The percentage of people getting care for spine problems increased from 10.8 percent of the U.S. population in 1997 to 13.5 percent in 2006. The health care costs of back pain are up, too — way up. Expenditures for opioid medications for spinal problems increased an incredible 660 percent during that same period of time, and health expenditures for spine problems rose from about $19 billion to $35 billion, an increase of 82 percent.

These dramatic increases go hand-in-hand with the rise in back pain surgery. Almost one million spinal surgeries are performed in the U.S. each year. About one-fourth of them are spinal fusions, costing an average of $60,000 each. Most of these surgeries, besides being notoriously unpredictable in their success rate, are unnecessary, and a great many of the unsuccessful ones require re-operation. Surgery often leaves patients in pain, unable to return to work and dependent on opiate medications. We need to realize, on the positive side, that most back pain will respond to conservative treatment that leaves the patient able to return to work and free of the need for opiates.

The complex architecture of the human spine makes us susceptible to accidental sprains and strains of the back muscles and ligaments. These passing incidents are by far the most common cause of lower back pain. Sprains occur when ligaments are overstretched or torn from their attachments. Strains happen when muscles are ripped or torn. The injury generally happens when you fall, lift something improperly, carry a heavy object or make a sudden movement. Just having poor posture can cause sprains and strains, too. Other, nonspinal causes of back pain include fibromyalgia and depression (often accompanied by anxiety). Fibromyalgia is thought to be an inflammation of the connective tissue (including the muscles) of the body. Depression and anxiety often manifest with physical symptoms.

The good news is that most of the factors that put you at risk for back pain can be changed or modified: Look carefully at stress, depression and anxiety, heavy backpacks, poor posture, being overweight, not getting enough exercise, smoking, unhealthy diet, certain medications and job hazards. Risk factors you can’t do as much about may include aging, family history of back pain and having had a previous back injury. Still, there are people with healthy backs who have such risk factors but overcome them.

In about 85 percent of back pain patients, no clear cause is ever identified.  In order to diagnose back pain, a number of imaging technologies are now regularly employed — X-rays, CT scans and MRI scans are the most common. But it is still very difficult to find out why someone is experiencing chronic back pain. Quite frequently, imaging tests reveal abnormalities of the spine, such as spondylolisthesis and herniated discs, and it’s tempting to immediately ascribe back pain to these abnormalities. But bear in mind that these conditions are often found in people who have no symptoms of back pain at all. These abnormalities might have absolutely nothing to do with the pain you feel.

The majority of back pain heals without any significant medical intervention. Only a very small minority of back conditions require surgery. Worse still, about one-third of spinal surgeries fail to relieve back pain, often requiring reoperation. This happens so often there’s even an acronym for it: failed back surgery syndrome (FBSS).

Fusion surgery is an increasingly popular type of back operation in which two or more vertebrae are fused together. Fusion surgery may be useful for slipped vertebrae or some types of fractures, but it is often prescribed for herniated discs, degenerated discs or nerve problems.  One large-scale study of almost 1,500 people with back pain found that after two years, only one-fourth of people who had fusion surgery had returned to work, while two-thirds of people who hadn’t had the surgery were back on the job. There was also a 41 percent increase in the use of opiate painkillers by the surgery patients compared with those who hadn’t had surgery.

Other studies have found that people who have fusion surgery for degenerative disc disease have worse outcomes than people with the same condition who choose not to have surgery. In spite of these startling numbers, fusion surgery for degenerated discs is the fastest-growing type of spinal operation. Spinal surgery should be reserved for cases where spinal nerves are compressed and are causing the loss of bladder or bowel control, or creating weakness or numbness in the legs. Only under these conditions, or when someone has chronic, debilitating back pain and has given all conservative, nonsurgical methods a fair trial, is it time to consider back surgery.

There are many nonsurgical measures for treating back pain, and they are generally most effective if used in combination with one another. If you have acute back pain, the first line of defense is “fire and ice” — hot pads and cold packs for easing pain and inflammation. After a few days of rest, you should start to become more physically active and gradually begin to do gentle exercise. Consult with a physical therapist to determine when you’re ready for stretching and strengthening exercises. NSAID medications or spinal injections of steroids or anesthetics can provide enough pain relief to allow physical therapy. Massage helps stimulate circulation to the back tissues and aids flexibility. Chronic back pain may be helped by psychological therapy as well.

Alternative therapies can be helpful. Many people swear by acupuncture and chiropractic manipulation. Trigger-point therapy treats muscle pain by injecting anesthetics or steroids into painful areas of muscle.  If you want to prevent lower back pain, the single most important measure you can take is to stretch and strengthen your core muscles through regular exercise. Yoga and Pilates are ideal for this. Aerobic exercise is helpful because it strengthens your cardiovascular system, increasing circulation to the tissues of your back. aware of your posture: Avoid slouching, which places a great deal of strain on your back.

Being overweight strains your back as well, so lose weight if you need to. If you smoke, quit — smoking literally starves your vertebral discs of oxygen and nutrition. Eat high-nutrition, whole foods to keep your bones and back tissues healthy. Finally, find ways to relax if you’re stressed out, because tension alone can create back pain.

We have a national disposition to rely on drugs and surgery that is not abating. Our lifestyles are not going to become less sedentary; our lack of exercise and reluctance to treat stress are endemic. So lower back pain waits in the wings to test if each of us can take advantage of the knowledge that exists about this problem, and then to turn it into practice in our only day-to-day habits.

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Quick Tips for 5 minute SEO Analysis of any Website

When it comes to on-page optimization in the world of link building you need to be quick and efficient. When trying to evaluate dozens of websites weekly for link opportunities a quick way to weed out inferior sites without even having to check out off page factors is to make sure the webmaster has put some effort into their on-page search engine optimization (SEO). If the blogger hasn’t even bothered to change their title tag to at least target their priority keywords then they obviously aren’t putting the right amount of effort into their website.

Here’s a quick checklist to always perform when trying to evaluate the on page SEO of any website:

Check MasterMind DBS the Title Tags for Keywords

There’s nothing worse than “Welcome to My Blog/Company” or even worse “Welcome to WordPress” lol – terrible! Ideally you’d want to have the domain name as well as the major keywords related to MasterMind DBS the site. I hate seeing something like – CLEARLY a dropped domain so don’t waste your time. Here’s some good examples of what I’m talking about:

Home Renovation Blog – Your Source for Home Renovation Tips

Canada Travel Blog – A Travel Blog for Canadians

Check the Meta Description for Keywords

Don’t be lazy, view source and make sure that the meta description is at least optimized and includes the targeted keywords. Any blogger or webmaster who is serious about their site will have an optimized meta description, if not again probably are wasting your time dealing with them.

Other On Page Factors to Check for:

– if any keywords are included in the header tags

– check keyword density on the page for targeted keywords

– check overall content on the page to make sure it’s niche relevant

– check site architecture to see if they’ve linked well to their most important pages off the homepage

The BIG Picture

At the end of the day you need to take these on-page factors and also look at off page factors to get an overall feel of the quality of an entire website – it’s all about painting an overall picture of the site in order to truly gauge it’s online authority and the potential link juice you would get from having your link placed on the site. Onsite analysis is pretty similar to onpage analysis but you need to focus on a few more factors at the site level. Besides the obvious signs of pagerank, cache dates, number of inbound and outbound links, etc.; you need to really look at the number of indexed pages to gauge how SEO friendly their site architecture is. Also, you need to spend more time checking the quality of inbound links as well as anchor text and link variation (sites vs blogs, articles vs directories, .com’s vs .edu’s vs .org’s).

Before attempting to gauge how powerful the site is itself, it’s imperative to first check whether or not the site/domain is penalized or not (must rank for own domain name) as well as the age of the site. After that I always check to see whether or not the site is ranking for any of its main keywords, which should always be found in the title tags of the homepage.

Being able to quickly perform onpage analysis is extremely important but don’t forget to always take into consideration off page factors as well. Always look at Pagerank, domain authority and page authority using the SEO MOZ toolbar (helpful metric), related links, quality of outbound links, number of outbound links, dofollow vs nofollow links, cache dates, and more. You really need to look at all these factors (offpage and onpage) in unison when conducting a thorough analysis of the factors affecting the potential link juice from that link.

Obviously relevancy and a good pagerank is imperative, but a great telling signs of a pages’ authority is its cache date; within one week is great, 1-2 weeks is average, 2-3 weeks is just OK, and anything 3+ weeks isn’t very powerful.


When evaluating a site, I love to use both SEO Open, Search Status and the SEO MOZ toolbar as well as some good old fashioned searching in Google. Within 5 minutes I check:

* PR (using Search Status)

* Page authority (SEO MOZ toolbar)

* Domain authority (SEO MOZ toolbar)

* Total pages indexed (SEO Open)

* Cache date(s) of the page(s) I’m evaluating (SEO Open)

* Total backlinks in Yahoo! site explorer (SEO open)

* Number of links and linking root domains (SEO MOZ toolbar)

* Check for the age of the site (SEO Open)

* Check the archives database (SEO Open)

* Title tags, meta description, header tags, content quality and relevancy

I always said being a link building rockstar isn’t rocket science – it’s just a matter of being organized, efficient, creative and having a competitive edge to your personality. Remember these points when trying to perform SEO analysis of any website.

Author’s Bio: 

Struggling MasterMind DBS to find the best SEO expert for your web business or project? Then contact a true link building rockstar with years of experience, specializing in Toronto SEO services and link building packages.

Ford plans self-driving car for ride share fleets in 2021 | Reuters

By Alexandria Sage and also Paul Lienert


PALO ALTO/DETROIT Ford Electric motor Co plans to supply a completely automated driverless automobile for industrial ride-sharing in 2021, the car manufacturer revealed Tuesday, broadening its efforts in driverless vehicles and trip sharing – 2 towns where opponents have actually currently made inroads.To help speed growth of self-driving cars, President Mark Fields stated Ford is hiking investments in Silicon Valley technology firms, tripling its financial investment in semi-autonomous systems, and greater than increasing the dimension of its Palo Alto study team while expanding its university in Silicon Valley.” We’re not in a race to be first,”Area claimed at the company’s Palo Alto r & d laboratory, including he was not worried that rival General Motors had made a high-stakes play in ride companies with its$ 500 million financial investment in Lyft in January.Ford does not yet understand whether it will certainly companion with Uber, Lyft or others, with Area claiming”all options are open and also on the table.”He said Ford may select not to partner, and also present such services on its own.Ford’s news leaves several vital method details still undecided. Yet Ken Washington, Ford’s vice president of research, claimed it was necessary to indicate that Ford means to win in this space, despite having crucials still unidentified. “We’re claiming to companions, we are the winning companion. It’s not a hollow assurance, it’s a genuine intent,”Washington said.Ford Principal Technical Officer Raj

Nair claimed the firm likely will not supply a comparable driverless vehicle without guiding wheel or pedals to customers till 2025 or later. Releasing a self-driving vehicle first for ride-sharing is a far better method to reach the mass market and make the cars much more affordable, he said.In an ideology shared by Alphabet’s Google, Ford does not mean to create incremental self-governing systems that would occasionally call for drivers to take the wheel, rather devoting to a complete self-driving automobile. “We deserted the stepping-stone method,” Area said, stating there are a lot of risks associated with the secure”hand-over”of driving responsibility in between vehicle and driver. The death of a Tesla driver in Might that

was making use of the business’s” Autopilot”system but had his hands off the wheel has underscored the confusion over motorists’duties in a semi-autonomous car.Ford additionally said it had, along with Baidu Inc-China’s largest internet business-collectively invested$150 million in Velodyne, makings laser-based sensing units that are a major foundation in self-driving vehicles. Nair stated Ford’s investment was$75

million. Previously this year, Ford purchased Silicon Valley company, Civil Maps, for innovative mapping for self-driving vehicles.

Ford competitors, including General Motors and Uber Technologies, are likewise creating self-driving cars for usage in trip services.

Ford stated it anticipates to deploy 30 self-driving Fusion Crossbreed prototypes this year, and also 90 following year.Nair said Ford, with its financial investments and its procurement of SAIPS, an Israeli device discovering startup, currently have the tools in location to create a completely driverless car, but said “there’s still a great deal of engineering development “in between currently as well as 2021.(Editing by Jeffrey Benkoe, Bernard


The Dangers to your Spine in Daily Living

By Gail Colleen McGonigal


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What! A simple task as brushing your teeth? How can this be so dangerous? I have done it this way for years and its never been a problem!

The fact that you have repeated the same motion for years may be the reason why your back is now giving you problems. It may be that you are so accustomed to repeating a bad habit, that your body is now showing symptoms of degeneration from the build up of stress.

An alternative method is to slightly flex your legs by about 15 degrees at the knee joint, or just relax your knees so that they are no longer straight. This movement will tilt your pelvis forward and remove the arches from your spine. The spine moves back into a vertically, balanced and relaxed position, leaving it to feel vertical and free from any build up of tension.

Now you can lean over the sink only by flexing at your hips and keep your back straight. is nothing to worry about in your back, because the vertebrae are all hooked together and nothing in your spine will move, because it is designed to always remain straight.

The spine is a wonderful part of your anatomy, because it keeps you upright for doing all your purposeful activity and also protects the spinal column that runs up and down the center of the vertebrae.

It is very important that you maintain the vertical position of the spine, because it holds the main controlling center of all your nerves in the body. It is no wonder there is so much back pain, because few people understand how curving the spine causes so much pressure on tendons and ligaments that are designed for keeping it straight.

By changing the habit of bending your back into just slightly bending your knees, when you clean your teeth; will dramatically modify the way your spine moves for performing a very simple task as cleaning your teeth.

Just remember that any flexing movement in the knees will automatically tilt your pelvis backwards and then change the position of your. to a completely vertical position. Now you have complete control to flex forwards at the hips, keeping your back straight and lean over the sink.

It is so simple; you will wonder why you have been doing it wrong for so long!

Author’s Bio:

The author, Gail McGonigal is a qualified Occupational Therapist with an M.Sc in Health Promotion. Her clinical work has been largely working in helping maintain the safety of seniors in their own homes. Gail owns a website business called Active Living Solutions Ltd. http// that sells ergonomic solutions for customers with discomforts in their skeletal joints. ADL or Aids for Daily Living is too outdated and needs a positive approach to solutions. Gail believes customers need to take care of their own health needs, through a positive frame of Health Promotion. Gail sells health solutions that she believes in, which are ergonomic and therefore positive for an proactive and participatory lifestyle.

Technology :: Access Your Computer Using Face Recognition Login

Have you ever thought about accessing your computer simply by looking at it? Using face recognition login technology, you can reliably, securely and quickly access your user account just by looking at the webcam for a second. This is not just a fun gadget to have however. Using face recognition login software, accessing your computer is much harder to circumvent. No one can hack into your computer and you can enjoy the best security available. It is also more convenient since simply looking at the webcam for a second is much quicker than typing in long passwords. Unlike other biometric login solutions, it is also not How To Recover my Videos intrusive. Many people do not like fingerprint scanning for example. Other solutions such as iris scanning are exclusively used in places like airports since the software and hardware is prohibitively expensive and not available for home use.

One such solution How To Recover My Pictures for face recognition login is called Luxand Blink! Pro, a reliable and powerful piece of software that does not have to cost you an arm and a leg. Having gone through a number of tests to reach industry standards, this software is powerful and reliable. It works under varying conditions as well, which is essential for its reliability. Once you have set it up and it has a photo of your face in its database, you are ready to use it whenever you want to log into your computer. It doesn’t matter whether it is day or night, since lighting conditions do not cause any problems for it. The sophisticated face recognition algorithms automatically adjust for different lighting conditions. This makes login possible whatever type of lighting is in the room.

Equally important is the ability of the software to recognize your face even if you have a new haircut, different fashion accessories, contact lenses or glasses. The software certainly won’t stop recognizing you just because of changes like this. The software can adjust to changes in your physical appearance while still remaining extremely secure and virtually impossible to circumvent. This feature also applies to make up, facial hair and pretty much anything else that might modify the appearance of your face.

One of the greatest advantages of this solution is its improved security. No longer do you have to write or rely on long and complex passwords. You can simply. into your account by looking at the web camera. You don’t have to worry about any irritating false positives or delays in the authorization process. The Pro version will also block Recover My Files access to the computer automatically when the user is not in front of the camera for a certain amount of time.