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Need A Good Laugh? Follow These 10 Tumblr Blogs

Internet

Need A Good Laugh? Follow These 10 Tumblr Blogs

Are you big fans of Tumblr? Here at MakeUseOf, we certainly are. The blogging platform brings together the idea of blogging together with social networking and has become home to some of the most creative, entertaining, humourous and thoughtful posts we’ve ever come across. This week we’re taking a stab at some of the funnier offerings available on Tumblr.

Nancy Messieh April 6, 2013 06-04-2013
Need A Good Laugh? Follow These 10 Tumblr Blogs
Save Time & Money! The 4 Best Sites For Automatically Building a PC

Internet

Save Time & Money! The 4 Best Sites For Automatically Building a PC

WARNING! Building a PC can cause the following symptoms – despair, rage, violence against inanimate objects, poverty, feelings of regret and worthlessness, depression and suicidal thoughts. Fortunately, websites exist that take the pain out of custom building a computer. This article details how four such websites can save you a great deal of time, money and sanity building a PC.

Kannon Yamada April 6, 2013 06-04-2013
Save Time & Money! The 4 Best Sites For Automatically Building a PC
Experience A Wild West Shootout Up Close And Personal In Smokin Guns [MUO Gaming]

Gaming

Experience A Wild West Shootout Up Close And Personal In Smokin Guns [MUO Gaming]

Smokin’ Guns isn’t like the usual military-style shooting games like Call of Duty or Metal of Honor. It also isn’t like the surreal, monster-filled Doom-esque games that fill the gamestore shelves. No – this game is all about a gunfighter and his gun. Just trying to survive in a crazy, wild place where everyone else also has a gun with a bullet that has your name on it.

Ryan Dube April 6, 2013 06-04-2013
Experience A Wild West Shootout Up Close And Personal In Smokin Guns [MUO Gaming]
Slice – The Best iPhone App For Tracking Your Online Purchases & Packages

iPhone and iPad

Slice – The Best iPhone App For Tracking Your Online Purchases & Packages

Keeping track of our expenses and purchases is easier when we shop online and use debit or credit cards, instead of checks and cash. No matter our best intentions, it’s a pain to keep up with receipts and record purchases in a checkbook. Plus, based on my experience, I think we tend to spend our money more wisely when we keep a weekly track of where and how much of our discretionary money goes to non-essential items and services.

Bakari Chavanu April 6, 2013 06-04-2013
Slice – The Best iPhone App For Tracking Your Online Purchases & Packages
Quantro – The Best Tetris Alternative For Android

Android Gaming

Quantro – The Best Tetris Alternative For Android

I can’t remember the last time I wrote an entire MakeUseOf post about a single game. But here I am, dedicating this whole post to tell you about just one game, because it’s that good: Quantro for Android. You won’t find mention of it on the Quantro page, but it’s a Tetris clone. It’s not just a dumb clone, though – it’s even better than the original. They can’t tell you it’s Tetris, supposedly because of copyright issues, so here I am to lay down the truth.

Erez Zukerman April 5, 2013 05-04-2013
Quantro – The Best Tetris Alternative For Android
Have Office 2010? Don’t Buy Office 2013 – Here’s Why

Windows

Have Office 2010? Don’t Buy Office 2013 – Here’s Why

I’m coming to the end of my trial period with Microsoft Office 2013. Over the weeks it has been a reasonably solid experience with one or two quirks causing me no end of frustration. But do I want to upgrade? Do I want to pay for a subscription or full purchase or would I prefer to stick with Microsoft Office 2010, a suite that I’ve been using successfully for several years now? Indeed, should I even think of abandoning Microsoft in favour of an open source alternative?

Christian Cawley April 5, 2013 05-04-2013
Have Office 2010? Don’t Buy Office 2013 – Here’s Why
Facebook Announces “Home”, A Social Homescreen For Android [Updates]

Android Internet

Facebook Announces “Home”, A Social Homescreen For Android [Updates]

Android users will soon have a new way to connect with their friends and family. Facebook announced on Thursday that it is releasing “Home”, a homescreen replacement app designed to provide Android users with a more social experience. Home replaces the Android standard homescreen with a Facebook-inspired set of features, giving you access to photos, status updates, and notifications without having to open their Facebook app.

Joshua Lockhart April 5, 2013 05-04-2013
Facebook Announces “Home”, A Social Homescreen For Android [Updates]
What Is Onion Routing, Exactly? [MakeUseOf Explains]

Browsers

What Is Onion Routing, Exactly? [MakeUseOf Explains]

Internet privacy. Anonymity was one of the greatest features of the Internet in its youth (or one of its worst features, depending on who you ask). Leaving aside the sorts of problems that spring forth from anonymous interaction, such as the lack of consequences, Internet privacy and anonymity is important for preventing some serious crimes, like identity theft. And so when topics related to Internet privacy pop up, you’ll often hear of “private browsing” and “proxy servers”.

Joel Lee April 5, 2013 05-04-2013
What Is Onion Routing, Exactly? [MakeUseOf Explains]
What Are The Best Linux Web Browsers?

Linux

What Are The Best Linux Web Browsers?

Linux desktops offer many of the same web browsers you can use Windows and Mac, with Chrome, Firefox, and Opera all available for Linux. We’ll take a look at the best browsers you can use on a Linux system, including some lesser-known browsers that aren’t available on Windows or Mac. We’ve covered the best browsers for Windows before, and much of comparison holds true on Linux, too.

Chris Hoffman April 5, 2013 05-04-2013
What Are The Best Linux Web Browsers?
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