If you’re heeding the advice of public health officials and staying home to slow the spread of coronavirus, you might have a lot more idle time than you did a few weeks ago. But that doesn’t mean you have to spend it all binge-watching Netflix or playing Fortnite. advertisement advertisement With life outside the house seemingly on hold, you can finally spend some time getting your digital life in order, and perhaps even learn some new tech skills. That way, you’ll be more organized and better prepared for whenever things return to a state of normalcy. Here are eight ideas to consider. Organize your photos In any given month, you might snap hundreds of photos with your smartphone. You’re probably snapping fewer of them now, so it’s a fine time to look through your photo collection, make sure it’s properly backed up, and maybe even create some albums that you can share or print. I suggest having at least two backup solutions for your photos. If you have an iPhone and are tired of paying for iCloud storage, you can move your images over to Google Photos for free (albeit at slightly reduced quality), but making the occasional backup to… Read full this story
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