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Now that the year has come to an end and we’re gearing up for a brand new year, what better way to look back on 2013 than through your social media accounts?
Many things happened in social media this year, but what were the real game-changers for the future?
The last place you would expect to find interesting recipes to try out is on Spotify. Supper. combines two of our greatest passions by intertwining the two experiences of eating and listening to music.
Kickstarter has now introduced an advanced search feature making it easier to drill down into the new projects posted on a daily basis.
We’ve put together a list of 10 stunning videos shot using a digital SLR camera that you an use as a point of inspiration for shooting your own videos.
Open letters are by no means a new concept, and have existed long before the advent of the Internet. Being able to publish just about anything online ourselves, has however, really catapulted the concept of open letters, making it easy to share them with millions of people at the click of a button. Open letters […]
We’ve come up with 8 unique uses for Google’s Chromecast. Read on to find out just how you can make even more use of your Chromecast.
10 of our favourite Kickstarter gadgets that are affordable, and that can make a difference in your everyday lives. These are the success stories from Kickstarter this year.
From natural disasters to the death of a great man, from the end of an immensely popular TV show to a 5-year-old boy’s biggest wish coming true, 2013 has seen it all.
Place Pins are Pinterest’s newest feature. Pinning places on a map is useful, but there’s more to this feature than that. It’s time to get creative!
When IFTTT launched an iPhone app in July, it opened up a whole slew of new possibilities about how to put the incredibly handy service to even better use than ever.
Facebook is introducing an update which will bring related articles into your newsfeed, and resurface a few articles that you may have read before.
Available as an iOS or Android app, Dayre takes the idea of blogging and puts it in the palm of your hand. Literally.
There’s tons of celebs who got famous and then made their way onto Twitter. And there’s a few who did it the other way around. They got on Twitter, and then got famous.
One interesting alternative to Google Reader can be found within Google — one you know won’t be going anywhere: Gmail. With a few steps, you can turn part of your inbox into an RSS reader.