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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This week, Sound Sunday goes instru-mental. Enjoy a collection of free MP3 downloads from independent artists. These tunes provide you with distraction free background music for many activities that require focus and calmness.
Road trips are not the same without music. You know how radio stations blast the same songs over and over again, spiced up with news and commercials? Rather bring your own mix.
Windows Explorer thinks the file you’re trying to delete is still open, but it’s not? Locked files are a common problem. Fortunately, it’s easily solved in most cases.
How come Pinterest alternatives are popular among men, while the mother of virtual pinboards remains dominated by women? What are you missing out on?
Everyone’s got something to say about the weather. But if you want to engage people in a conversation for more than a few seconds, you need to follow up with something more interesting.
Bollywood Edition: Celebrating Holi Festival Of Colours With Free Indian Music Downloads [Sound Sunday]
In celebration of the Holi Festival of Colours, this week’s Sound Sunday is dedicated to Indian music. As always, all music included in this edition can be downloaded for free. Holi, the two day Indian Festival of Colors, celebrates the victory of good over evil and the arrival of spring. The festival happens around the […]
If you’re effective, you’re doing something right. That’s why you should use email filters and schedule mail time. One trick is to prepare canned responses for emails you frequently write.
You’ve got one week to stock up on St. Patrick’s Day music and drinking songs. Sound Sunday gets you started with Irish folk, rock, and some instrumental and electronic music. Sláinte!
It’s tempting to learn as much as you can, but your time is limited. Choose wisely from this selection of upcoming and past courses on Coursera to improve yourself and your career.
Digital natives co-author articles, theses, and books online and in real-time. If you’re still sending back and forth emails with file attachments to collaborate on a document, you’re doing it wrong. Unless you share the same office, online collaborative writing is generally safer, more reliable, and more efficient than emails. On top of that it’s […]
Nature is the best medicine. Natural sounds can decrease anxiety, stress, and pain. If you’re listening to music on YouTube while working or doing chores, make nature sounds a part of your day too.
When is your next video game party? Invite your friends, get some snacks, set up the consoles, and you’re all set. Sound Sunday contributes free chiptune music downloads for your pre-gaming playlist.
Collaborating doesn’t get easier if you have to work together remotely and only share the Internet as a common connection. Technology can help navigate the chaos. But it is only the icing.
After the party is before the party and a playlist is never completed. Add some fresh tunes to your electronic dance collection with free downloads from independent artists. That’s Sound Sunday.
Thanks to the Internet, collaborating on a writing project should be a breeze. If you have ever co-produced one, you know this can be difficult. It shouldn’t be with the right tool.