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Let Evernote Clearly Do The Talking With Text To Speech For Premium Accounts [Updates]

Internet

Let Evernote Clearly Do The Talking With Text To Speech For Premium Accounts [Updates]

With Evernote Clearly you can save noteworthy articles to read later in Evernote. It makes for a great distraction free reading experience. But there are times when you are actually distracted, and doing something else. If your wish was for someone to read out an article to you while you are dressing up for office or packing your Christmas gifts, you wish has been granted. Evernote has updated Clearly with text to speech.

Saikat Basu November 28, 2012
Let Evernote Clearly Do The Talking With Text To Speech For Premium Accounts [Updates]
Make Windows 7 & 8 Libraries Work For You

Windows

Make Windows 7 & 8 Libraries Work For You

Libraries, found in Windows 7 and 8. are more than a list of suggested folders for saving documents, music, pictures, and video. Customizing your libraries isn’t just tweaking for the sake of tweaking – with libraries, you can streamline the way you organize your files and make yourself more productive. If you’ve ignored libraries so far and opted to organize your files the traditional way, be sure to give libraries a try.

Chris Hoffman November 28, 2012
Make Windows 7 & 8 Libraries Work For You
5 Ways In Which Xbox Live Has Changed Gaming – For Better Or Worse [Opinion]

Gaming

5 Ways In Which Xbox Live Has Changed Gaming – For Better Or Worse [Opinion]

It’s difficult to remember a time when games consoles didn’t connect to the Internet. I’m now so used to online features being an integral part of the gaming experience, that it’s easy to forget that this wasn’t the case just a decade ago. A decade is how long Xbox Live has been with us, with Microsoft launching the service in 2002. At that stage in time PC gamers had been playing online for many years, and the Xbox wasn’t even the first console to feature Internet connectivity.

Dave Parrack November 28, 2012
5 Ways In Which Xbox Live Has Changed Gaming – For Better Or Worse [Opinion]
What Is DRM & Why Does It Exist If It’s So Evil? [MakeUseOf Explains]

Technology Explained Web Culture

What Is DRM & Why Does It Exist If It’s So Evil? [MakeUseOf Explains]

Digital Rights Management is the latest evolution of copy protection. It’s the biggest cause of user frustration today, but is it justified? Is DRM a necessary evil in this digital age, or is the model it supports no longer valid? Join me, as I explain all about DRM, why it’s needed, and why it just doesn’t work.

James Bruce November 28, 2012
What Is DRM & Why Does It Exist If It’s So Evil? [MakeUseOf Explains]
Stream Free 30 Minute Radio Shows Using BlogTalkRadio

Internet

Stream Free 30 Minute Radio Shows Using BlogTalkRadio

Just as the Internet provides an opportunity for almost everyone to post a blog, a webpage, or a simple Twitter page, the ability to host your own radio show can be accomplished with a simple registration, using an online service like BlogTalkRadio. BlogTalk has become a popular audio podcasting platform for thousands of users who host shows on a wide range of topics.

Bakari Chavanu November 28, 2012
Stream Free 30 Minute Radio Shows Using BlogTalkRadio
Clean, Fast & Readable: Lightweight Versions Of Popular News Sites

Internet

Clean, Fast & Readable: Lightweight Versions Of Popular News Sites

Read the news without using up all of your bandwidth. A wide variety of sites offer mobile or text-only versions that work on any computer, but they’re occasionally buried and hard to find on the modern web. There are more than a few reasons to want to know where these sites are, however. Maybe you don’t like clutter? Maybe you’re one of the millions still using dial-up, and want a low-bandwidth way to read news?

Justin Pot November 28, 2012
Clean, Fast & Readable: Lightweight Versions Of Popular News Sites
Use Parking Meter Pro To Make Sure You Never Get A Parking Ticket Again [iOS, Free For A Limited Time]

iPhone and iPad

Use Parking Meter Pro To Make Sure You Never Get A Parking Ticket Again [iOS, Free For A Limited Time]

Have you ever parked your car in a metered parking space, only to lose track of time and end up with a parking ticket waiting for you when you arrive back to your car. Suddenly, that dollar you fed into the meter is quite a bit more with the cost of the ticket. No one wants to deal with a parking ticket; it’s just a flat-out waste of money. Sure, you could just remember when you parked and make sure you get out there in time, but if you are busy, it can be really hard to keep track of time.

Dave LeClair November 28, 2012
Use Parking Meter Pro To Make Sure You Never Get A Parking Ticket Again [iOS, Free For A Limited Time]
Carry Medical Information In The Palm Of Your Hand With WebMD [iOS]

iPhone and iPad

Carry Medical Information In The Palm Of Your Hand With WebMD [iOS]

Talking to a doctor is one of the most unnerving experiences, a patient or a patient’s family has to endure. It is compounded by the lack of knowledge on how to go forward. Thanks to medical reference websites and mobile applications, the chasm between medical jargon and layman’s understanding can be reduced. The free WebMD iOS app should be an essential app you should be carrying 24×7 on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch.

Saikat Basu November 28, 2012
Carry Medical Information In The Palm Of Your Hand With WebMD [iOS]
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