Joshua Lockhart is an okay web video producer and a slightly above mediocre writer of online content. You can fawn over his work here: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Video production is an important tool for any freelancer, but at the same time, it’s a rather expensive commodity. With that said, you need it, and MakeUseOf is here to tell you how.
Gamers, are you tired of trading titles only within your limited arena of friends?
Want to showcase your work, but lack a proper outlet? The Internet offers artists more opportunities than ever to exhibit their work. Here we present five tools to help you host your portfolio online.
There are several Internet activism groups who are fighting on your behalf for privacy. They are doing their best to educate netizens as well. Here are just a few of them that are incredibly active.
Netflix iOS App Offers Adaptive Streaming & Airplay Support, Encourages ISPs To Adopt “Open Connect”
Netflix has finally been updated to keep up with iOS 7. Announced on Thursday, the service released a feature offering standard HD content to all subscribers regardless of who their Internet Service Provider happens to be.
For all you techie star-gazing wanderers out there, we’ve compiled a list of the best social media accounts you should follow for exploring space without having to leave your own home.
For whatever reason, businesses throw around the word “intern” like its some kind of magic phrase. They will literally pair any word with “intern” and think it will work: video intern, web design intern, social media intern, etc. That’s not how it should be, though. Apparently, the world of today has forgotten what exactly an […]
This is not our top 10 of Instagram. It’s actually the top 10 accounts based entirely on the amount of followers each one of them has. Do they merit the hype? Should you follow them too?
Has your boss moved your desk a bit closer to his office? He knows you’re Facebooking on the job. But you can use these networks to make your work life just a bit better.
Tired of dropping off checks and cash at the bank? Good news – you don’t have to.
Don’t you wish your long, boring morning bus ride could be a bit more entertaining? Soon, it might be. YouTube announced on Tuesday that it will soon offer the ability to let users view videos on their mobile even when offline.
Microsoft just announced the pricing tiers for the upcoming Windows 8.1 far ahead of its expected October 18th release. Windows 8.1 will be a free update for users who already have Windows 8.
Instagram has more than 100 million active users. How do you find the really awesome users to follow? The ones that upload photos that are actually worth your time? We found 10.
Bing’s new logo and interface is part of Microsoft’s plan to provide a “simple, real, and direct” experience.
On Thursday, Facebook announced it would be retiring its current Credits system in favor of localized currency.