Justin Pot is a blogger based in Boulder, Colorado who loves technology, people and nature. He tries to enjoy all three whenever possible. Check out JustinPot.com or, if you like audio, you can listen to Justin, alongside James and Dave, on Technophilia, earth's favorite Technology podcast.
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Lean back and listen: let your PC do the reading. Windows comes, built in, with the ability to read text and third-party apps offer additional features. Let us show you the details.
Not sure what’s taking up all that disk space on your Mac? Disk Wave is a free Mac app that scans your drive and shows you where the biggest files are.
Use your WiiMote as a gamepad, remote control or even a mouse for your Linux computer. If you’ve got Bluetooth, free application WiiCan is a great way to set up your WiiMote to do just about anything. You may not use your Wii as much as you used to, but that doesn’t mean you need […]
Internet, this needs to stop. You keep finding moderately cool things and driving them into the ground, and what you’ve done with “Keep Calm And Carry On” is just the worst. Stop. Now. I saw a bunch of people wearing “Keep Calm It’s The Henderson Family Reunion” shirts at a park recently. That’s not a […]
Still copying text into Word so you can check your spelling? Stop. It’s 2013, and spell check is built into everything from browsers to PDF readers.
Do a Google search for “BitTorrent Client” and it will come up first, but is µTorrent really the best client out there? In short: pretty much. Few other clients match µTorrent for features, which is odd because as a 1.1 MB portable app, µTorrent is one of the smallest clients out there. Although it comes with ads — which you can turn off — and a cluttered interface — which you can customize –it still has long been among the most popular torrent clients out there – so much so that BitTorrent Inc bought it out.
There seem to be two types of to-do list apps: the simple and the expensive. Unless, of course, you’re talking about Nitro.
Monitor your Google email and calendar from the Mac menu bar. Google Notifier for Mac gives you a one-click overview of incoming messages and upcoming appointments, and alerts you about both.
Here’s a guide for Android users that explains in detail everything you need to know about rooting your phone or tablet.
Bring Mac-style window management to Windows. If you’ve ever been jealous of features like Expose and Spaces, BetterDesktopTool is here to bring them to your PC.
Suspect someone’s been using your Mac when you’re not around, even though you told them not to? Find out, without the need for special software.
Apple’s latest smartphone operating system, iOS 7, is here – and it’s a pretty big change. Don’t feel lost: find out exactly what to expect with “Your Guide to iOS7″, the latest free manual from MakeUseOf.
Sellers on Craigslist usually want to sell as quickly as possible, meaning if you find an item before anyone else you’re more likely to actually get it. Job searches, similarly, offer an advantage to the quick. So be the quick. A variety of apps give you super powers when it comes to Craigslist. If you love the things you find on Craigslist, but hate the process of actually finding them, these are the tools you’ve been looking for.
Download videos from almost any streaming site in just one click. The Ant.com Video Downloader is an extremely simple extension for Firefox and Internet Explorer that makes downloading videos from sites like YouTube and Vimeo easy – and tries to work with every video site on the web.
Browse and install any of Google’s fonts, quickly. TypeCatcher is a free Linux app that lets you easily explore a large collect of open source fonts, then instantly install them. You can check these fonts out online, and even download them, at Google Fonts, but TypeCatcher offers one-click installation to all Linux users. Here’s how it works.