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Visual thinking helps to break down complex information and give it a fresher perspective. Here are two ways to work around Evernote’s linear structure and see your notes more visually.
Google now adds some more information under each individual search result. A little dropdown menu just below the search results tells you more about the websites you see in the search results page.
The newly launched “Video Quality Report” from Google benchmarks ISPs against HD video streaming performance. It is only available in Canada for now, but expect it to be rolled out to the world gradually.
Coursera has launched Specializations. Specializations are more focused multi-course series built around popular topics like Data Science, Cybersecurity, Android Development, and Foundations of Teaching.
With the coming of iOS 7, VLC Player also comes out with a fresh new interface. The design makeover aside, VLC Player version 2.2.0 also comes with a very useful streaming support from Dropbox and Google Drive.
The Windows defragmentation freeware is a popular choice for many and the latest release matches it with the requirements of the current Windows operating system.
Google’s new card-styled design concept has come to Google Alerts. The new look is cleaner and more user-friendly. If you use Google Alerts regularly, the little changes could be welcome.
Feedly has come out with a new URL shortening service that it hopes will foster more sharing and also promote its own RSS reader service. You can recognize it as feedly.com/e.
Each day can be a new beginning. A hobby like photography also needs the discipline of a habit, and you can give it an extra motivational push with the help of the Web.
Rather than learning your photography from books and tutorials, this web application from Canon Canada is the most fun yet. Outside of Auto from Canon is a gentle introduction to the basics of photography.
A great travel photo will tell you something more about the world we all live in. Here are some photography websites that aren’t just eye candy, but open up the world for us.
If you do it right, the selfie is elevated to the high art of self-portraiture. These seven creative photography projects could inspire you to think out of the box.
Photographers have their own version of creative blocks. Instead of waiting for divine intervention, you can try OKDOTHIS on your iPhone. A community of ideas just might help to part the mental shrouds.
If you are big on using brainstorming, then a mood board could serve as a starting off point by displaying the elements of your idea. This simple tool from Microsoft makes it easier.
Learning playlists are just as useful for flipped teaching as they are for learning anything on your own. They help you curate the best from the Web. Here are three tools to create your own.