Jefferson Graham, The News Leader

Jefferson Graham

The News Leader

Manhattan Beach, CA, United States

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  • USA TODAY
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  • Rochester D and C
  • North Jersey News
  • delawareonline
  • Enquirer
  • Cashay
  • MontgomeryAdvertiser
  • The Tennessean
  • Indianapolis Star
  • The Columbus Dispatch
  • GoErie
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Recent articles by Jefferson:

How to stage a good video meeting? Put on a show

MC, quick cuts, video clips and more can keep the meeting moving. → Read More

Work from home, but have no room? Buy an Airstream RV

Analyst Jeremiah Owyang found it was a lot cheaper to get an auto loan for an Airstream than to pay sky-high Silicon Valley monthly rentals. → Read More

How to network while working from home: Start with reaching out and contacting folks

Networking in today's climate takes researching people you want to reach out to, following their posts and commenting for a better chance at engaging. → Read More

CES: The show will go on in January 2021, in person

Many conferences have been canceled in the wake of the coronavirus, but the Consumer Technology Association, which stages CES, plans to forge ahead → Read More

You would think Twitter is the most visited website, but it's not. By a long shot.

Facebook has nearly 6 times the amount of daily visitors as Facebook; Instagram has more than three times as many → Read More

Yes to the camera, no to the sweats: The do's and don'ts of video meetings

In a virtual meeting, you need to act like you would in an office: Be seen and heard, dress well and pay attention. → Read More

For video meetings – the eyes have it. Use these tips to better present yourself online

You want to look good during video meetings. Check your camera to make sure you're on the same level as your subject and not looking down at them. → Read More

National Password Day project: A unique password for every website you go to

We need to have a different strong, password for every website we go to. Password managers like Dashlane and 1Password help us remember them. → Read More

Google killing Google Play Music for YouTube Music in 2020

New tab in Google Play Music app lets you transfer playlists, libraries, uploads and personal preferences over to YouTube Music. → Read More

Which flying camera is for me? The new Mavic Air 2 or Mavic Pro?

New drone costs $799, compared to $1,349 and $1,600 for the "Pro" editions, but in our tests was more consistent for flying and had smoother image quality. → Read More

Dateline NBC podcast fans can rejoice. 'Motive for Murder' is now available.

Dateline has seen over 100 million downloads of its podcasts, which connect with true crime fans. Latest is hosted by Josh Mankiewicz. → Read More

Tech company that makes iPhone cables has pivoted to ventilators amid coronavirus crisis

The tech company Belkin partnered with University of Illinois's design to make the ventilators, as part of its contribution against coronavirus. → Read More

Want to buy Mother's Day gifts online? You'd better hurry and get orders in now

Many items touted in Mother's Day sales by retailers won't be available for Sunday delivery. What to do? If Amazon is sold out, check the competition. → Read More

Can you spare a few minutes? It will save you money with Lyft

In our tests, Lyft savings ranged from $3 to as much as $8 depending upon how long the ride was. → Read More

Amazon VP quits in protest over warehouse employee firings

Tim Bray worked in Amazon's AWS server division, but says he has solidarity with warehouse workers, who are treated as "fungible units." → Read More

How Marco Polo botched its app upgrade and ended up with 1 star reviews

Messaging from app was different story than what consumers saw. Many turned to Twitter and App Store reviews to vent their rage → Read More

From tracking COVID-19 testing sites to child care for first responders, Google's self-made maps get huge boost during crisis

Personalized maps can be shared more easily on websites than more widely used Google Maps, but gets all its information from Google's Maps products → Read More

Workers to protest conditions at Amazon, Instacart and other retailers Friday

Organizers say they plan a strike, or sick out, to protest the "continuing failure to provide adequate protection in the workplace." → Read More

Zuck vs. Musk: Reopen the country or wait for coronavirus to subside?

Facebook founder is worried that some states, like Georgia and Florida, are moving too fast to end Stay at Home orders, while Elon Musk isn't. → Read More

Apple's new iPhone SE is just $399 – What's to lose? Here’s what you need to know.

So what's the catch with Apple's iPhone SE? Try smaller display, less resolution, fewer camera options and older form. → Read More