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Songr – An Amazing Way to Search, Stream, & Download Music [Windows]

Windows

Songr – An Amazing Way to Search, Stream, & Download Music [Windows]

While Spotify is the successor to well-known names like Napster and Kazaa (though not P2P and well… legal), those of us that are still stubborn and prefer a solution to download music or stream without interruptions desperately search for a respectable alternative. Service-specific applications, like Groovedown, don’t do the trick for me. Relying on a single service to harbor your obscure musical interests doesn’t always pan out.

Craig Snyder November 1, 2012
Songr – An Amazing Way to Search, Stream, & Download Music [Windows]
Clean Up Your Search Results With Personal Blocklist For Chrome

Browsers

Clean Up Your Search Results With Personal Blocklist For Chrome

One of the hardest things about conducting online research is sifting through so much noise to get to the good stuff. I think a large part of Google and Bing’s never-ending effort to improve search results is to remove a lot of that noise and to offer searchers quality sites with quality content about the topic they are searching for. If you think about it, that’s a tall order.

Ryan Dube November 1, 2012
Clean Up Your Search Results With Personal Blocklist For Chrome
Enjoy Great Music Selections With Slacker Radio [Website & Mobile]

Android Internet

Enjoy Great Music Selections With Slacker Radio [Website & Mobile]

Anyone who even remotely enjoys music – and I believe that’s most of us – will absolutely love it when they discover new music that they like. We have a number of highly popular music services which allow us to do just that, including Spotify and Pandora. However, those definitely aren’t the only names in the music discovery business. In fact, some have existed for quite a while, including Slacker Radio.

Danny Stieben November 1, 2012
Enjoy Great Music Selections With Slacker Radio [Website & Mobile]
8 Essential Tech Influencers To Follow On Twitter

Internet

8 Essential Tech Influencers To Follow On Twitter

Twitter continues to go from strength to strength, with more people using it to communicate with the world with every passing month. Sure, there are many people who enthusiastically join Twitter after being cajoled into doing so by their friends, only to then disappear not having tweeted, followed anyone, or been followed themselves. But then there are the countless people on Twitter who add something to the conversation.

Dave Parrack November 1, 2012
8 Essential Tech Influencers To Follow On Twitter
Should You Upgrade Or Repair Your Computer?

DIY

Should You Upgrade Or Repair Your Computer?

Computers age rapidly. In one year they mature, in three years they become elderly and after five they are ready for retirement. Both geeks and casual users have become accustomed to – or annoyed by – the quick replacement cycle. Part of the annoyance is the uncertainty of replacement. When do you upgrade or repair a computer, and when do you just give up and build or buy a new one?

Matt Smith November 1, 2012
Should You Upgrade Or Repair Your Computer?
Compose Emails In A New Window As Gmail Improves Interface [Updates]

Internet

Compose Emails In A New Window As Gmail Improves Interface [Updates]

Reading and managing emails is one half of the story. Composing them is the other half, and Gmail just went in for an improvement there. Using a separate window to write emails allows you access to your inbox. Gmail believes that this wasn’t used by many, and so they have gone about improving it so it is more prominent and gives you more control.

Saikat Basu November 1, 2012
Compose Emails In A New Window As Gmail Improves Interface [Updates]
All About Email: Who, When, Why, What, How? [You Told Us]

Internet

All About Email: Who, When, Why, What, How? [You Told Us]

Email has been with us for decades now, and most of us have at least one, and probably numerous, email accounts with inboxes in varying states. We access them via computers, tablets, and smartphones, and generally couldn’t do without email as one of the many forms of communication open to us in these enlightened times we live in.

Dave Parrack November 1, 2012
All About Email: Who, When, Why, What, How? [You Told Us]
WhatFont: Find Out What Any Type Of Font Is On A Webpage [Cross-Platform]

Internet

WhatFont: Find Out What Any Type Of Font Is On A Webpage [Cross-Platform]

Have you ever been on a website and wondered “What type of font is that?!” I have. And depending on your interests and area of focus, you may even do it more than the typical Internet user. You could spend hours searching for the font on your favorite search engine, or you could use WhatFont. WhatFont is a browser extension and bookmarklet that you can enable once you’re on the website with the font in question.

Aaron Couch November 1, 2012
WhatFont: Find Out What Any Type Of Font Is On A Webpage [Cross-Platform]
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