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Yummly Lets You Share Recipes Just by Saying “Yum”

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Yummly Lets You Share Recipes Just by Saying “Yum”

Fans of online recipe sites may have heard of Yummly before as it’s been around for a while. But recently it’s had one hell of a spruce-up and added a whole lot of new social features and other updates to the site. Browsing Yummly has never looked better and sharing recipes is now as easy as pressing “Yum”.

Angela Randall February 15, 2013 15-02-2013
Yummly Lets You Share Recipes Just by Saying “Yum”
The Absolutely Nonsensical List Of Interesting Single-Serving Websites

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The Absolutely Nonsensical List Of Interesting Single-Serving Websites

What’s a website without a few dozen hyperlinked pages? It’s very difficult to imagine that a website can be of a single page alone. And even with a single-function or what we call ‘single-serving’. Single page single-serving websites (so named by writer Jason Kottke) are also much more than demonstrative showcases of web design skills – though they should be, as cramming everything into a single webpage takes some skill.

Saikat Basu February 15, 2013 15-02-2013
The Absolutely Nonsensical List Of Interesting Single-Serving Websites
Control Appliances From An Arduino: The Start Of Home Automation

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Control Appliances From An Arduino: The Start Of Home Automation

Last time, I showed you a few ways of making your Arduino projects speech controlled via SiriProxy, OS X’s built-in speakable items, and some Automator scripting, or even a dedicated voice recognition hardware chip. I left you with a quick demo of me turning on my lights, but didn’t explain how I achieved that on the hardware side. Let’s look today at how you can control high power devices – like your kettle, or some floor lamps.

James Bruce February 15, 2013 15-02-2013
Control Appliances From An Arduino: The Start Of Home Automation
The Art Of Creating A Successful Blog – Tips From The Pros [Feature]

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The Art Of Creating A Successful Blog – Tips From The Pros [Feature]

In an effort to understand the magic ingredients that make up the recipe of a successful website, I went out in search of successful bloggers that have formed popular, profitable websites. The fruits of that search turned up two big names in the blogosphere. Vitaly Friedman of Smashing Magazine, and Joshua Topolsky of The Verge. I’ve interviewed both of them at length, and here are their thoughts about the two different paths a blog can take to become wildly successful.

Ryan Dube February 15, 2013 15-02-2013
The Art Of Creating A Successful Blog – Tips From The Pros [Feature]
Moving From Android To iOS? Here’s What You Need To Know

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Moving From Android To iOS? Here’s What You Need To Know

From all the doom and gloom surrounding Apple as of late you’d never know that people are still buying iPhones and iPads in droves. A few weeks ago, after two years of Android ownership, I decided to become part of that hoard. The transition was less painful than I feared it would be, but there were still changes I had no choice but to adjust to.

Matt Smith February 15, 2013 15-02-2013
Moving From Android To iOS? Here’s What You Need To Know
DNS Is Just A Proxy – Use A VPN To Access Region Blocked Video

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DNS Is Just A Proxy – Use A VPN To Access Region Blocked Video

For copyright reasons, certain media companies only allow their content to be viewed in certain geographic areas. In plain English, what this means is that they are meanies who suck. And what does the Internet do to meanies who suck? We find workarounds. Before I get to the tools, I’d like to talk about the process of geographical Internet Protocol (IP) address blocking and circumventing those blocks.

Guy McDowell February 15, 2013 15-02-2013
DNS Is Just A Proxy – Use A VPN To Access Region Blocked Video
Pocket Light Meter Is A Must-Have App For Film Photographers [iPhone]

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Pocket Light Meter Is A Must-Have App For Film Photographers [iPhone]

If you’re always on the lookout for old 35mm cameras to actually use (i.e. you don’t want to just pose with them on Instagram) then you should always test the in-built meter’s accuracy as this can diminish over time. The best way to do this is with a fresh battery and an external light meter. Luckily for iPhone owners, all of these scenarios are catered for in one free app..

Tim Brookes February 15, 2013 15-02-2013
Pocket Light Meter Is A Must-Have App For Film Photographers [iPhone]
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