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2/6/17 Movie Monday: Three Takes On Snow White

Welcome to DMM’s 2/6/17 Movie Monday, where I’ll help you tackle movie night with brief reviews of movies you may have missed that are worth the rental or purchase. This week’s theme is three takes on that fairy tale classic, Snow White.     Whether you’re looking for bright family fun, action and adventure or […]

DMM’s 2/3/17 Freebie Friday: Suspense Audiobooks

Welcome to DMM’s 2/3/17 Freebie Friday! Today I’ve got two Audible suspense titles that are free for both Amazon’s US and UK customers, plus a bonus freebie for Amazon’s US customers only (sorry, Amazon UK customers – I throw extra freebies your way when I can find them, too!).     Today’s first freebie is […]

How To Disable Autoplay Videos In The Browser

I don’t know whose bright idea it was to start this autoplay thing, but it’s BEYOND annoying. Don’t worry, as per usual Digital Media Mom’s got your back and I’m here to tell you how to disable autoplay videos in the browser.     Note that these fixes only stop autoplay for video content served […]

DMM’s 1/27/17 Freebie Friday: Comedy & Philosophy Audiobooks

Welcome to DMM’s 1/27/17 Freebie Friday! Today I’ve got two Audible titles that are free for both Amazon’s US and UK customers, and the second one is a comedy three-volume set!     Today’s first freebie is FREE FIRST CHAPTER: The Wisdom of Life, Counsels and Maxims by Arthur Schopenhauer (UK readers click here).   […]

Sophisticated Gmail Phishing Scam: Don’t Get Caught In The Net

A sophisticated Gmail phishing scam that first popped up last year seems to gaining steam, even among tech-savvy consumers, because it’s unusually well-designed.     This new scheme employs the usual trick of getting the email recipient to click on a bogus link, but the email appears to be from a known contact and the […]