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How To Migrate From Shelfari To Goodreads

Internet

How To Migrate From Shelfari To Goodreads

Shelfari and Goodreads are both online tools to manage your book collection. Both websites help you create lists of books read and books yet to read, with reviews to help you decide and tips from friends to keep you going. I got started with Goodreads, but moved to Shelfari for its visual appeal. Shelfari’s integration with Amazon also added to the bargain.

25-03-2013
How To Migrate From Shelfari To Goodreads
What You Need To Know About Integrating Google Services With Windows 8

Windows

What You Need To Know About Integrating Google Services With Windows 8

As a fairly new Windows 8 user, I’m still trying to wrap my head around the whole Modern (or Metro) concept. While giving up the Start menu was surprisingly easy, I’m still having a hard time getting used to the new Start screen. It’s not that I don’t use it – I use it exactly the same way I used to use my Start menu – it’s that I don’t really make use of the tiles, the apps, and pretty much all the new things this system has introduced.

25-03-2013
What You Need To Know About Integrating Google Services With Windows 8
Create Elegant & Cool Multimedia Presentations Using Apple’s Popular Keynote [Mac]

Mac

Create Elegant & Cool Multimedia Presentations Using Apple’s Popular Keynote [Mac]

The best demos of Apple’s multimedia program, Keynote, are the ones co-produced by the legendary Steve Jobs. Watch nearly any of his keynote presentations on YouTube, and you can quickly see how if used effectively, Keynote can help you create powerfully clean, well designed and animated presentations. Keynote can be as easy or advanced as you need it to be, enabling you to create simple and straightforward photo slideshows.

25-03-2013
Create Elegant & Cool Multimedia Presentations Using Apple’s Popular Keynote [Mac]
CARROT: A To-Do App Gamifying Productivity or a Sadistic Robot With a Sense of Humor [iOS]

iPhone and iPad

CARROT: A To-Do App Gamifying Productivity or a Sadistic Robot With a Sense of Humor [iOS]

The universe of GTD (Getting Things Done) and productivity has seen all kinds. Let me recommend CARROT. The best way to describe this iOS app would be to call it a productivity app with a quirky sense of humor. It is definitely a fresh take on the way we look at the things to do and our weaknesses that makes us look to an external application to motivate us towards that end.

25-03-2013
CARROT: A To-Do App Gamifying Productivity or a Sadistic Robot With a Sense of Humor [iOS]
Teach Yourself Baking With Android

Android

Teach Yourself Baking With Android

For some people, it’s already pretty hard to get good at relatively simple cooking, but there are plenty of apps available for Android which can help you in this regard. However, cooking and baking are often seen as two completely separate events, so most cooking apps tend to be skimpy when it comes to baking items. This is because baking makes extreme use of the oven, sugar, and precise measurements of the needed ingredients.

25-03-2013
Teach Yourself Baking With Android
Samsung Galaxy Note II Review and Giveaway

Product Reviews

Samsung Galaxy Note II Review and Giveaway

The Samsung Galaxy Note II is an Android Jelly Bean driven hybrid between a smartphone and a tablet. Its key features are a 5.5-inch large HD Super AMOLED display and an integrated active stylus, called S Pen. Assisted by multi-window view and many other smart feature, multitasking becomes the Samsung Galaxy Note II’s middle name. For this review, we purchased the model GT-N7105, which is equipped with Qualcomm 4G, also known as LTE. While the review unit came with Telekom (T-Mobile) branding, we will be giving away a brand new unit without branding.

25-03-2013
Samsung Galaxy Note II Review and Giveaway
Do More, Better: Enhancing Multitasking In Mac OS X

Mac

Do More, Better: Enhancing Multitasking In Mac OS X

Multitasking is not always a choice. When you have to write up a report, you need access to your text processor, but also to your reference material. While working, I often end up working with five applications at once. Sometimes multitasking is a necessity, but if you’re working off a laptop, it can also be a real annoyance. Windows are lost between countless others, and you switch to the wrong application every five minutes.

25-03-2013
Do More, Better: Enhancing Multitasking In Mac OS X
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