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Keep Boredom At Bay With Playable Google Doodles

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Keep Boredom At Bay With Playable Google Doodles

The Google homepage is intentionally minimalist, with a distinct lack of pointless detritus that would only serve to divert people’s attention away from the main purpose of the page. Which is to provide a kicking off point for exploring the wider Web. There’s the Google logo, a search bar, and a couple of buttons, and that’s it… most of the time.

22-05-2013
Keep Boredom At Bay With Playable Google Doodles
How To Use Your iPad (or iPhone!) As A Second Monitor [iOS]

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How To Use Your iPad (or iPhone!) As A Second Monitor [iOS]

Productivity pros swear by multiple monitors, but we don’t all have the luxury of carrying around huge screens and endless wallets. On the other hand, the iPad has become pretty ubiquitous, and it can really help you be more productive. What if I told you there was a way you could use your iPad as a second monitor, extending your desktop with precious extra inches? That would be pretty amazing right? Well here are three apps that let you do just that.

22-05-2013
How To Use Your iPad (or iPhone!) As A Second Monitor [iOS]
Control Any Application On Your Mac Or PC Using Actions for iPad [iOS]

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Control Any Application On Your Mac Or PC Using Actions for iPad [iOS]

If using keyboard shortcuts is not your forté but you spend a lot of time working in workhorse applications like Photoshop, GarageBand, Pages, Word or you simply want a faster way to execute menu items on your computer, you might want to check an app called Actions for iPad ($3.99). The app enables you to set up commands to control your Mac or Windows PC from your iPad, and today I’ll be looking at how it integrates with OS X.

22-05-2013
Control Any Application On Your Mac Or PC Using Actions for iPad [iOS]
Monolingual – Remove Languages You Don’t Use From Your Mac

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Monolingual – Remove Languages You Don’t Use From Your Mac

Free up some space on your Mac – delete languages you will never use. Monolingual is a simple Mac app that anyone looking for more hard drive space should check out. Modern hard drives are big, but sometimes we all need just a little more space on our primary drive. Whether you’ve installed a solid state drive in your Mac or simply filled up your primary one, sometimes a little extra space can help a lot.

22-05-2013
Monolingual – Remove Languages You Don’t Use From Your Mac
Stretching A Circle: 5 Ways To Use Google+ Circles For Personal Productivity

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Stretching A Circle: 5 Ways To Use Google+ Circles For Personal Productivity

Google+ Circles are just that – a circle of friends organized around the way you want to share with them. Think of them as special and specific “drop zones” for stuff. The great thing about Circles is that you can use them in a variety of flexible ways. The ideas for using Google+ Circles for personal productivity aren’t new by any means. Here are five.

22-05-2013
Stretching A Circle: 5 Ways To Use Google+ Circles For Personal Productivity
Kloudless: Two Way Access To Files In Gmail, Dropbox, Google Drive And More

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Kloudless: Two Way Access To Files In Gmail, Dropbox, Google Drive And More

Kloudless closes the gap between email and cloud-storage, creating a link that makes perfect sense, is incredibly convenient, and is one of those features that you won’t know how to live without once you get it set up. Kloudless serves several functions – one of which is to automatically back up your email attachments to cloud-based storage accounts.

22-05-2013
Kloudless: Two Way Access To Files In Gmail, Dropbox, Google Drive And More
At What Age Should Kids Be Exposed to Technology? [You Told Us]

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At What Age Should Kids Be Exposed to Technology? [You Told Us]

New and emerging technology has always been associated with the younger generations. Older people tend to be set in their ways, leaving those under a certain age to discover gadgets and gizmos as they arrive on the scene. Younger people learn more quickly, and that goes for technology in the same way it goes for everything else. However, how young is too young for kids to be exposed to technology?

22-05-2013
At What Age Should Kids Be Exposed to Technology? [You Told Us]
Like And Share Carefully: How Marketers Target You On Facebook

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Like And Share Carefully: How Marketers Target You On Facebook

The social network provides us with a means to communicate with our friends and loved ones, and we provide the social network with real, in-depth, accurate market samples that they can sell as a product. Even still, some businesses will go beyond Facebook’s usual advertising methods in an effort to target their desired market. They use a variety of tactics, and while they are not illegal they might be worth knowing about.

22-05-2013
Like And Share Carefully: How Marketers Target You On Facebook
Gaming Google Maps With Street View Games

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Gaming Google Maps With Street View Games

Google Maps is an essential tool for anyone planning a day trip or holiday, providing a clear yet detailed overview of locations and how to reach them. More than that it provides a simple way for all of us to find our literal place in the world, though it cannot help with the more figurative notion of belonging. Google Maps was already amazing, and then a few years after its launch Google Street View was added to the mix.

22-05-2013
Gaming Google Maps With Street View Games
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