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6 Great Sources for Cheap and Beautiful Business Cards You Can Print

Internet

6 Great Sources for Cheap and Beautiful Business Cards You Can Print

If you’re a freelancer or you run a small business, you know that having a great business card is a valuable asset. However, when you’re just starting out, printing business cards can seem a little out of reach pricewise. It doesn’t have to be like that though. These days, there are dozens of low-cost printers who will do a print run of a modest amount of cards for you.

Angela Randall January 25, 2013 25-01-2013
6 Great Sources for Cheap and Beautiful Business Cards You Can Print
Save & Reload Your Browser Tabs Just The Way You Like It With Layout Manager [Chrome]

Browsers

Save & Reload Your Browser Tabs Just The Way You Like It With Layout Manager [Chrome]

Layout Manager in my humble opinion is a feature that Chrome or all browsers for that matter should have as a default. It not a complicated piece of work, it simply allows you to save and maintain the open windows and tabs so that you can quickly reload them whenever you want. More importantly, the selling point for the extension is: It remembers the precise layout of the windows and tabs you have open and it restores them exactly.

Saikat Basu January 25, 2013 25-01-2013
Save & Reload Your Browser Tabs Just The Way You Like It With Layout Manager [Chrome]
The Top 5 Photography Tips For Absolute Beginners

Web Culture

The Top 5 Photography Tips For Absolute Beginners

Fueled by a desire to take better photos, last year I got myself a nice DSLR for Christmas. I’m certainly no photography expert – but I did take the time learn a few tips I could immediately use to take substantially better photos. Some of these tips can be applied to any photo – not just using a DSLR – so even if you have a point and shoot or a camera on your smartphone, then it’s worth reading these.

James Bruce January 25, 2013 25-01-2013
The Top 5 Photography Tips For Absolute Beginners
How To Reduce Lag In Online Gaming

Gaming

How To Reduce Lag In Online Gaming

There was always some amount of lag in the game, especially when there were lots of players logged in. That’s an experience you can have only so often before you realize that it’s either time to optimize your PC to reduce lag as much as possible, or don’t even bother playing at all. To really optimize for gaming, you’ll need to take a very focused approach to fine-tune the areas of performance that really matter.

Ryan Dube January 25, 2013 25-01-2013
How To Reduce Lag In Online Gaming
CPU Socket Types Explained: From Socket 5 To BGA [MakeUseOf Explains]

Technology Explained

CPU Socket Types Explained: From Socket 5 To BGA [MakeUseOf Explains]

Computer processors have a home. The socket. Most people ignore this piece of hardware because it has little obvious functional impact. Sockets don’t hinder or help performance they’re standardized in any given line of processors. Why should you care? If you ever intend on upgrading your processor, the socket on your motherboard will limit the upgrades you can choose from.

Matt Smith January 25, 2013 25-01-2013
CPU Socket Types Explained: From Socket 5 To BGA [MakeUseOf Explains]
Twitter Launches Vine – A Service For Sharing Short Videos [Updates]

Internet

Twitter Launches Vine – A Service For Sharing Short Videos [Updates]

Twitter has launched a video service in the form of a cool new app called Vine. For the time being, using Vine to create videos is only available with the Vine iOS app, but Twitter has made it clear that Vine will be coming to other platforms soon. Videos created with Vine must be under six seconds long.

Dave LeClair January 25, 2013 25-01-2013
Twitter Launches Vine – A Service For Sharing Short Videos [Updates]
Google Redesigns Images Again, Adds Keyboard Browsing & More Accessible Metadata [Updates]

Internet

Google Redesigns Images Again, Adds Keyboard Browsing & More Accessible Metadata [Updates]

Google has announced yet another change to Google Images, this one aimed at making images easier to browse, and making important image information more accessible. The redesign will include an inline panel where you’ll be able to see images, complete with metadata, and flip through them using your keyboard.

Yaara Lancet January 25, 2013 25-01-2013
Google Redesigns Images Again, Adds Keyboard Browsing & More Accessible Metadata [Updates]
What One Website Do You Value Above All Others? [We Ask You]

Internet

What One Website Do You Value Above All Others? [We Ask You]

I must admit I’m a little addicted to the Web. Not only is it my place of work, it’s where I often choose to hang out during any downtime. I search for random things on Google, I learn new things on Wikipedia, I watch videos on YouTube, talk to people on Facebook and Twitter, buy crap on eBay, and consume awesomeness via Reddit. The seven websites mentioned above comprise the list of essential websites I recently suggested keep the Web turning.

Dave Parrack January 25, 2013 25-01-2013
What One Website Do You Value Above All Others? [We Ask You]
Flipboard For Android Tablets Is Finally Here. Here’s How It Works

Android

Flipboard For Android Tablets Is Finally Here. Here’s How It Works

The ultimate tablet magazine is ready for your Android. Long an iPad-only offering, Flipboard arrived for Android tablets in December – and I’ve barely put my tablet down since. With the ability to pull in content from thousands of sites, Flipboard can also access your Google Reader, YouTube, Twitter and Facebook accounts, meaning everything you care about on the web is literally at your fingertips.

Justin Pot January 25, 2013 25-01-2013
Flipboard For Android Tablets Is Finally Here. Here’s How It Works
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