Justin Pot is a technology journalist based in Boulder, Colorado. He loves technology, people and nature and tries to enjoy all three whenever possible. Check out chat with Justin on Twitter.
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GIFs are the language of the web, but some people are better at speaking it than others. Speak it fluently yourself with these perfect reaction GIFs tools.
There are plenty of Internet experiences we all have every day, that lack names. Let’s name them, together.
Many people are stuck using the email-and-collect-revisions method of collaboration. Today Cool Websites and Apps looks at five tools that fix that for you.
Print is not dead. Try as we may to live paperless lives, we all need paper from time to time. Here are five websites you and your printer need to know about.
Nostalgia is something the Internet loves. Let’s explore a few places where you can feel connected to different parts of your past. There’s something for everyone.
Your attention is the most valuable thing on the web. It might not feel like it when you’re bored, mindlessly scrolling through your news feed, but it’s true.
Weather apps with jokes and GIFs; with pixels and profanity. Your morning will never be the same.
People are tracking which websites you visit, whether you open their email and more – but you can stop them. Here’s how.
Who doesn’t like free entertainment? Today’s Cool Websites and Apps digs up a few more online videos sites most people haven’t heard of. Give them a view.
Time zones are confusing because they are abstract. These tools that help you visualize them, making things more concrete.
A motley group of letters, numbers, and symbols that have no significance until you turn them into art. With the right tools you too can be a master ASCII artist.
Turn a cheap Raspberry Pi into a network-wide ad blocker. If you’re tired of AdBlock Plus slowing your browser down, this DNS-based option is a great alternative that works on any device.
Excited about the Apple Watch? Here are the best sites where you can find out more about it.
From custom backup times to finding out where those 2 GB of new files are, the right apps can give you power and knowledge Apple’s own tools just don’t provide.
Clicking “next” repeatedly is the quickest way of installing apps on Windows – until you find you installed other programs on your computer without realizing it, thanks to OpenCandy. Let’s do something about that.