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Browse & Read Hundreds Of Magazines On Your iPad With Readr AnyTime Plan

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Browse & Read Hundreds Of Magazines On Your iPad With Readr AnyTime Plan

PixelMags and its new magazine subscription program and app, Readr, are doing for magazines what streaming music sites like Rdio and Spotify are doing for music. Readr provides users 20 minutes a month of free “AnyTime” magazine browsing, and for $9.99 per month you get unlimited reading of hundreds of popular magazines. The catch, however, to this subscription service is that you never really own the magazines.

Bakari Chavanu January 7, 2013
Browse & Read Hundreds Of Magazines On Your iPad With Readr AnyTime Plan
Learn How To Touch-Type With These 8 Top Tools & Tutorials

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Learn How To Touch-Type With These 8 Top Tools & Tutorials

Learning how to touch type could mean the difference between 10 words a minute to more than 40. That could also mean the difference between adding half a day to your productivity. Or, more than that if you can clock 100 words per minute as most professional typists do. That’s why I sincerely believe that touch typing along with speed reading is one of the sacred arts of the digital age.

Saikat Basu January 7, 2013
Learn How To Touch-Type With These 8 Top Tools & Tutorials
Debian: Enjoy One Of The Most Stable And Trusted Linux Distributions

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Debian: Enjoy One Of The Most Stable And Trusted Linux Distributions

There are plenty of Linux users out there who are using distributions such as Ubuntu or one of the many distributions which are based from Ubuntu, including Linux Mint. However, no matter what you’re using, as long as it uses .deb packages, there’s one main distribution where it all comes from – Debian. There are a good number of reasons why Debian is such a popular choice for people who have high expectations.

Danny Stieben January 7, 2013
Debian: Enjoy One Of The Most Stable And Trusted Linux Distributions
How To Hide Unwanted Default Apps On a Jailbroken iPhone Or iPad

iPhone and iPad

How To Hide Unwanted Default Apps On a Jailbroken iPhone Or iPad

Some of the apps that are shipped on your iPhone or iPad are great. I wouldn’t for the life of me want to replace the default Mail or Notes applications. Nevertheless, the truth is that you don’t use all of those default iOS applications – whether you’ve already found a Calendar alternative, or aren’t interested in using your camera entirely. The default iOS applications don’t take up too much space in your device’s memory. However, they do take up a lot of screen real estate.

Simon Slangen January 7, 2013
How To Hide Unwanted Default Apps On a Jailbroken iPhone Or iPad
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