Tina is a freelance editor, natural scientist, and cosmopolitan with a strong interest in sustainability. During her free time she enjoys live music, nature, and traveling around the world. You can find Tina online or in Berlin, Germany.
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Tina's Latest Posts
Do you have a tendency to open dozens of tabs? You won’t solve the dilemma by installing more and more extensions. Efficient tab management isn’t necessarily about the tools you use, but about your mindset. You can, however, use browser features and add-ons to organize tabs for different projects and better navigate between them. This […]
The Windows 8.1 update is free, easy, and gives you access to new and improved features. It is, however, impossible to simply downgrade to Windows 8, unless you plan to before updating. Let us show you how!
This week, Sound Sunday tunes into the incredibly diverse world of ambient electronic beats music. Pick your favorites from 11 legal and free albums & EPs. Stream before you download and leave your requests for future editions.
Feeling lonely? Virtual friends won’t make that feeling go away. The best cure is to meet people and make friends in real life. This can be really tough, but the Internet can help you!
Rock comes in a range of flavors. This selection spans from instrumental, garage, blues and plain rock to modern, post, psychedelic, desert, math, industrial, and new wave rock. Open your ears for some crazy talent!
You like the idea of changing the world, but you’re too busy? What if you could easily support others to make the world a better place with very little time, money, and commitment?
We all have them in a drawer or on a shelf somewhere; outdated or broken electronic devices. Are they even good for anything now? Surprisingly, they can be quite valuable!
Do you have a soundtrack for Halloween, yet? Look no further! This edition of Sound Sunday features horrific music to creep you out this Halloween.
You don’t need to buy a GPS or mobile data to get reliable navigation. Offline maps is the magical word. OsmAnd saves you money and helps you navigate to your destination safely.
You’re already using your Android for anything but phone calls? Smartphones also make for great travel companions! Before you start your road trip, be sure to stock up your digital toolbox with useful apps.
Do you appreciate Jazz? You will after listening to the albums in this edition of Sound Sunday! And if you already like Jazz, you’ll love what I have for you this week.
If you desire more from a road trip than the occasional speed kick, enjoy the spacious lanes and stunning views of your local North American highways. Before you get there, enjoy these scenic drives virtually.
Sound Sunday presents an edition full of original soundtracks. Free music from films and video games, including rock, ambient, 8-bit, dubstep, and classical music. It’s the soundtrack for your week!
If you have been using any version of Internet Explorer, you are potentially vulnerable to being hacked. A critical security update was released this past Tuesday. The next attack, however, is just around the corner.
Google Maps is a great travel guide. Now you can even set Street View on auto-pilot and let it take you on the world’s most scenic drives. Here are 5 tools that make this possible.