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Google Tasks doesn’t work if you want to move beyond the time management of today into the visionary planning of tomorrow. This is where GQueues steps up to the plate.
Google Analytics reveals a lot of amazing things about your website traffic, reader behavior, and even how to better optimize the website when you publish certain types of articles or other content on your site.
Going on a trip can be such a stressful experience. But, let’s walk you through the ways you can use Google Maps to plan every aspect of your next big trip.
Autodesk expanded its offering of free 3D modeling tools last week by joining with Circuits.io to launch a free electronics design tool called 123D Circuits.
Imagine that you can no longer grasp a can of soda without your wrist feeling like it wants to explode. That, my friend, is what that innocent-looking game console can do to you. I’m not speaking about this as a medical expert, or as a concerned parent hoping to sway kids from playing video games, but as a witness to the pain and suffering that extreme gaming can cause to the human body.
Being a blogger is not the easiest job in the world. It requires patience, determination, and persistence. You have to be willing to write for nothing, and sometimes less than nothing, when you’re starting your own site. One of my favorite bloggers Darren Rowse – the owner of Problogger and one of the Internet’s more […]
You’re out the door in a hurry as you realize your computer is still running. Not wasting any time, you send a quick text stating “shutdown #mycomputer”, and continue on your way.
Just last week, IObit officially launched its driver updating tool called Driver Booster, which acts as a stand-alone tool for frequently updating drivers to optimize your PC gaming experiences.
Google Analytics offers a special alert feature that sends out an email or an SMS alert when any event happens on your site. Setting them up isn’t as complicated as you think.
A KVM switch makes me think of those archaic hardware A-B switches that once were used to hook up a parallel printer to two computers. KVM is actually short for “keyboard, video and mouse”, and is a still-relevant device to hook up one keyboard, mouse and monitor to multiple computers. But if you really want to save some time and money, there are software solutions to operate two PCs with just one mouse and keyboard. Imagine you could just slide your mouse off the one screen and see it arrive on the other!
You’ve got the folks at IFTTT who make web automation look like childs play. It’s quite impressive. I decided to finally start digging through IFTTT to see if I could come up with a few more creative ways to mix and match services in unique ways. In this article, I’m going to offer you 5 creative ways to build IFTTT recipes that you’re going to find so useful, you’ll keep using them every day.
Whenever you need to work with a team online, or even if you just have to collaborate with other colleagues that may work at other remote locations, the ability to have something visual to look at and work on collectively is invaluable. Sync.in is true realtime document conferencing. It is an online collaborative notepad tool that I believe stands out above the rest.
Have you ever found yourself hovering on the edge of an online catastrophe, trying to resolve some issue at work via your VPN link, while your laptop’s battery level continues to sink down to 0%? This is a situation that a lot hard-working mobile users often find themselves in, and the options available to keep that laptop battery charged are not as well-known as you might think.
The keyboard is misplaced. Your monitor is tilted at an odd angle. You know someone has been using your computer, but you don’t have any evidence to nail down the culprit. Or do you? The truth is that the person who used your computer not only left behind crumbs of evidence on your desk, but they’ve also likely left crumbs of evidence on the computer itself. No matter what someone might have done on your PC, nearly everything you do leaves some kind of trace on a computer. This article will help you track down the evidence.
You used to be on top of your readings. Then you got busy. What you’re suffering from is called “aging”. You have kids, your responsibilities grow, and it seems like the days grow shorter. Thankfully, RSS feeds are a way to sort of auto-browse all of those headlines without the need to click and read each one. This articles covers four of the best tools to deliver RSS feed updates directly to your desktop, either through RSS tickers, or from alert boxes that display feed information and scroll automatically.