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Keeeb – A Unique Alternative To The Traditional Blogging Platform

Internet

Keeeb – A Unique Alternative To The Traditional Blogging Platform

We recently introduced you to a variety of ways to curate your way to a significant Internet following, and were disappointed to find out that Clipboard, one of the recommended services, has been acquired and is shutting down at the end of June. If you’ve found yourself looking for a new place to take your Internet curation needs, one alternative worth considering is Keeeb.

28-05-2013
Keeeb – A Unique Alternative To The Traditional Blogging Platform
How To Do Your Research Before You Download Free Software

Internet

How To Do Your Research Before You Download Free Software

Before downloading a free program, you should be sure it’s trustworthy. Determining whether a download is safe is a basic skill, but one everyone needs — particularly on Windows. Use these tips to ensure you download only trustworthy and safe free software, not bad software that will infect your computer with adware, spyware, or maybe even something worse.

27-05-2013
How To Do Your Research Before You Download Free Software
Keep Your Secret Files Out Of Sight With MacHider [Mac OS X]

Mac

Keep Your Secret Files Out Of Sight With MacHider [Mac OS X]

If you’re using Mac OS X, you don’t even need specialised third-party security software to keep your precious data out of nefarious hands. Coupled with a strong user account password, the FileVault option in the System Preferences automatically encrypts your entire disk. However, the strength of your security doesn’t matter if everyone looking over your shoulder can see this sensitive data. This is one of the main reasons why I keep my precious files hidden from sight by using tools like MacHider. It’s security through obscurity.

27-05-2013
Keep Your Secret Files Out Of Sight With MacHider [Mac OS X]
Where Is This Picture Taken? Discover The World With These 2 Addictive & Challenging Travel Games

Gaming

Where Is This Picture Taken? Discover The World With These 2 Addictive & Challenging Travel Games

I love travelling, and if I can get my hands on a good road trip, you won’t hear me asking for anything else. Alas, I live in a tiny country, and I also have a job which does not play well with the Internet-free wilderness or the immense amount of money such a trip would cost, so I usually have no choice but to tame my travel hunger by looking at pictures and reading about far-away places. Another great way to satisfy your itchy feet are travel games.

27-05-2013
Where Is This Picture Taken? Discover The World With These 2 Addictive & Challenging Travel Games
5 Tools For Outlining Ideas For Writers And Artists

Internet Windows

5 Tools For Outlining Ideas For Writers And Artists

An outline is nothing but a hierarchical breakdown of what you plan to write or create. Arranged according to levels of importance and flow, and marked by numbers, roman numerals, headings-subheadings, indentations, or any other format. Think of them as breadcrumbs for creative inspiration.

27-05-2013
5 Tools For Outlining Ideas For Writers And Artists
OneDrive vs Google Drive – Which Is Best for Office Productivity?

Windows

OneDrive vs Google Drive – Which Is Best for Office Productivity?

As the push towards web apps has evolved, we’re now met with two powerful cloud solutions — SkyDrive and Google Drive. These two options offer all the tools needed for file synchronization and office productivity. However, while both of them can be great, only one of them can be the best solution for office productivity. In order to objectively evaluate which solution is more ideal, we will take a close look at both. Who shall be the winner?

27-05-2013
OneDrive vs Google Drive – Which Is Best for Office Productivity?
MANUAL: How To Use Your iPhone, Part 3: Advanced

iPhone and iPad

MANUAL: How To Use Your iPhone, Part 3: Advanced

Do you want to become an expert when it comes to the iPhone? Check out the third part of our in-depth guide to Apple’s premier phone. From author Tim Brookes, 14-lesson guide outlines everything from Siri to iCloud. Lesson-by-lesson we’ll take you through your phone’s many functions, from the very basics to more advanced operations and features you might not have even been aware of.

27-05-2013
MANUAL: How To Use Your iPhone, Part 3: Advanced
3 Cool Dashboard Apps For Your iPad [iOS]

iPhone and iPad

3 Cool Dashboard Apps For Your iPad [iOS]

Despite the effort I put into keeping my Mac tidy, the thing that most helps me to quickly glean information from my computer is its clutter. Open up the lid and everything you could possibly need is there: my inbox, still open. Facebook in the menu bar and the Calendar app in the background. For the iPad at least, this is on possible using a form of structured clutter using dashboard-like apps. There aren’t too many of these for iOS, but we’ve managed to find a few gems nonetheless.

27-05-2013
3 Cool Dashboard Apps For Your iPad [iOS]
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