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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]
20 Evernote Search Features You Should Be Using

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20 Evernote Search Features You Should Be Using

It’s one thing to use Evernote, but it’s entirely another thing to master Evernote. If you’re new to Evernote, I don’t want to come across like it’s something complicated – it’s not, in fact, it’s the complete opposite. But there is a lot to Evernote – more than most of its users probably don’t take advantage of. My goal in this article is to help you understand the search tools available in Evernote.

Aaron Couch March 30, 2013 30-03-2013
20 Evernote Search Features You Should Be Using
Filter Out The Noise And Get The Content That Matters To You With Undrip [iOS]

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Filter Out The Noise And Get The Content That Matters To You With Undrip [iOS]

While social networks are a great way to consume content, it can get pretty overwhelming. It gets incredibly noisy, and the content that matters to you gets drowned out. Rather than look for the important links and articles that your friends are sharing that are of interest to you in the midst of personal status updates, checkins and games, you can use an app like Undrip to do all the heavy lifting for you.

Nancy Messieh March 30, 2013 30-03-2013
Filter Out The Noise And Get The Content That Matters To You With Undrip [iOS]
Spring Cleaning 2013 Part Two: Kill Your E-Clutter With Four Simple Methods

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Spring Cleaning 2013 Part Two: Kill Your E-Clutter With Four Simple Methods

Discarded desktop computers account for a large percentage of illegally disposed of e-waste. This situation occurred because as the mobile age displaced that of the PC. Rather than pitching your things away illegally, those looking to get rid of their stockpiled electronics this spring should consider four free options: recycling, donating, repurposing, or selling.

Kannon Yamada March 30, 2013 30-03-2013
Spring Cleaning 2013 Part Two: Kill Your E-Clutter With Four Simple Methods
Kingdom Rush Is As Addicting As A Tower Defense Game Comes [iOS]

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Kingdom Rush Is As Addicting As A Tower Defense Game Comes [iOS]

I should have started writing this article about two hours ago, but I didn’t. Why? Because I could not stop playing Kingdom Rush. I knew I needed to write about the game, and before each round I kept telling myself, “this will be the last one and then I would get to work.” Finally, I have managed to put the game down, and alas, here we are.

Dave LeClair March 30, 2013 30-03-2013
Kingdom Rush Is As Addicting As A Tower Defense Game Comes [iOS]
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