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Bolide Slideshow Creator – While PowerPoint might be the best slideshow creation program out there, it is not always available and cannot be obtained for free. Here to offer a user-friendlier alternative is a freeware desktop application called Bolide Slideshow Creator, a freeware desktop app for Windows computers. Read more: Bolide Slideshow Creator: Create Slideshows In Video File Formats

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WeHeartPics – Tweets and Facebook statuses do not have a visual dimension to them. This is why you cannot fully explain yourself using only such social sharing. What you need is a platform that helps you highlight aspects of your life using images – a place where you can share status updates and information with your friends about yourself in the form of images. Here to provide you with that platform is a tool called WeHeartPics. Read more: WeHeartPics: Highlight Aspects Of Your Life Through Collection Of Photos


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Right Inbox – is a tool that aims to help those Gmail users who often find themselves yearning for a way to schedule an email to be sent at a later date, or to write an email to themselves and schedule it to act as a reminder later. Right Inbox lets you do both, and is available as an add-on for Firefox and Chrome. Read more: Right Inbox: Schedule Emails For Sending Later In Gmail


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Project-Management – This is a free to use website that provides its visitors with numerous helpful articles on project management. The articles’ nature includes everything from general articles about how collaboration with others can be made more efficient to professional management regarding how to incorporate Six Sigma techniques into your management. Read more: Project-Management: Your Online Resource For Project Management Articles & Software Reviews


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AdiOS – You’ve probably heard about the Path situation and how they got called out by users and industry alike for accessing users’ address books and uploading contacts to their servers without their knowledge. AdiOS is an app for Macs that wants to show you all the iOS apps that are accessing your address book. This is a Mac app, so it can only access iOS apps from iTunes. Read more: AdiOS: See Which iOS Apps Are Peeking Into Your Address Book [Mac]


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  1. Samsudeen Hussain
    June 5, 2012 at 12:17 am

    Bolide slideshow creator will come in handy for me. Thank you for the recommendation.

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