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FeedRoller – One Of The Most Interesting Ways To Read Your RSS Feeds [Windows]

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FeedRoller – One Of The Most Interesting Ways To Read Your RSS Feeds [Windows]

The grave has been dug for Google Reader. It’s almost dead and gone, and I’ll surely miss it. It definitely surprised me to hear that they were putting an end to this beloved service, but it didn’t worry me. Savvy folks like you and I will always know of alternatives. You should see this as an opportunity, not a letdown. Maybe you’ll find something new that you would have liked more than Google Reader all along.

Craig Snyder March 31, 2013 31-03-2013
FeedRoller – One Of The Most Interesting Ways To Read Your RSS Feeds [Windows]
Gmail’s New Compose Is Now Default, Soon All Users Will Be Required To Use It [Updates]

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Gmail’s New Compose Is Now Default, Soon All Users Will Be Required To Use It [Updates]

Google announced on Thursday that Gmail’s new compose window feature will become the default option for users, and that it will do away with the old compose option soon thereafter. With the recent termination of Reader, Google has already been in the doghouse for some technology users, and if you’re not a fan of the new compose, this is yet another feature you’re going to have to give up on.

Joshua Lockhart March 31, 2013 31-03-2013
Gmail’s New Compose Is Now Default, Soon All Users Will Be Required To Use It [Updates]
TweetDeck for Mac Updates With Column Filters & Advanced Search [Updates]

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TweetDeck for Mac Updates With Column Filters & Advanced Search [Updates]

TweetDeck for Mac has been updated with new features and is now more in-line with the Web-version of the popular Twitter client. The update adds filters, enabling column filtering by Twitter handle, retweets, or media including pictures, videos and links. Also rolling out is an advanced search feature for excluding or including specific search terms.

Tim Brookes March 30, 2013 30-03-2013
TweetDeck for Mac Updates With Column Filters & Advanced Search [Updates]
10 Fun & Surprising Operating System Easter Eggs

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10 Fun & Surprising Operating System Easter Eggs

Find hidden hilarity and otherwise odd stuff, built right into the operating system you’re using. They’re hiding in plain site, in software you use every day, and when you find them you’ll be delighted – it’s no wonder these hidden gems are called Easter Eggs. From a full version of Tetris hidden in the Mac version of emacs to a mysterious cow dwelling in Ubuntu’s default package manager.

Justin Pot March 30, 2013 30-03-2013
10 Fun & Surprising Operating System Easter Eggs
How To Fake Camera Blur On Your Android For SLR-Like Photos [Android]

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How To Fake Camera Blur On Your Android For SLR-Like Photos [Android]

The cameras on our Android devices have been getting some impressive upgrades over the last few years, and there’s been a reinforced push towards making Android devices complete replacements for good quality cameras. While these cameras are able to take clear, sharp images, they still don’t have the quality that SLR cameras provide. These cameras can make amazing pictures as they are able to focus strongly on foreground objects.

Danny Stieben March 30, 2013 30-03-2013
How To Fake Camera Blur On Your Android For SLR-Like Photos [Android]
Paragon Celebrates World Backup Day With the Chance to Win Free Backup Software [Updates]

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Paragon Celebrates World Backup Day With the Chance to Win Free Backup Software [Updates]

Have you backed up your data lately? If not, there’s no better day to do it than March 31st, also known as World Backup Day. While you may not be able to take the day off work, you can celebrate with a free backup suite from Paragon Software worth almost two hundred dollars.

Matt Smith March 30, 2013 30-03-2013
Paragon Celebrates World Backup Day With the Chance to Win Free Backup Software [Updates]
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