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Now You Can Attach Photos In Gmail Directly From Google+

Google has given us another reason to make Google+ part of our lives. It is now possible in Gmail to attach a photo directly from Google+. If you click on the “attach photos” option, it goes directly to your Google+ photos. It is so easy to select an album or multiple photos. This is especially [...]

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The Characters Of The Office Will Stare At You With Any Emotion You Type In

The Internet has done it again. This is The Office Stare Machine. Creators Joe Sabia and Aaron Rasmussen documented every moment during The Office when a character looked at the camera without speaking. There are 706 total stares. These moments were then tagged with emotions. “They realized every character from The Office was so perfectly [...]

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Google Just Released A New Android Camera App

Google has just released a stand alone camera app (available in the Play Store) that is compatible on all devices running Android 4.4+ KitKat. The Capture Button is a large grey border that you can tap anywhere to take your photo. I see the benefit of this, but why is so much of the screen [...]

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7 Spotify Features You Didn’t Know You Had

We’ve seen some welcome updates to Spotify recently. Here are some new and old features you may not be aware of. Browse Finding new music has always been one of Spotify’s greatest uses. The breakdown of music in this section is very helpful in discovering new music based on Lists, New Releases, News, and Moods/Genres. [...]

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Build A Free Website With Flavors.me And Unify Your Social Networks

If you’ve been in search for a easy and inexpensive option for a website, Flavors might just be for you. Flavors.me allows you to combine all of your social media content (30+ different accounts, from Twitter to Etsy to Goodreads) into one place and organizes it into a very nice looking website. It really is [...]

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Searching For A New Desk Setup? Check Out These High Tech Ideas

Before I watched a setup video for the first time, I thought to myself, “there is no way this will be interesting.” Boy did I think wrong. A setup tour is a walk through of somebody’s desk/computer setup. From sound systems, gaming, music, and homework, we all use our setups differently. Marques Brownlee on his [...]

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Early Bird Pricing Still Available for MightyText Pro

MightyText, the Android app that let’s you text from your computer, introduced MightyText Pro in April. By subscribing to the service you receive several additional options. The Free MightyText App offers: Texting from your computer via the website, Gmail, or Facebook. Image storing. Battery status and low battery notifications. Incoming text and phone call notifications. [...]

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How Much Of Your Life Have You Spent Watching TV?

We can watch on our TV’s, computers, tablets, phones, and maybe in a few years our wristwatches. Streaming has opened up a world of current and past TV shows that are begging us to binge watch. Now, Tiii.me can help us calculate the bitter truth. Just how many days of our lives have we spent [...]

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Send A Text Directly From Facebook With MightyText

Several months ago I wrote a post about MightyText. It’s the Android app (available on Google Play) that allows you to text from your computer. I’ve been using this app for almost a year and absolutely love it. I don’t miss texts or calls anymore if I’m on my computer and my phone is on [...]

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Power Your Devices With Your Own Pedal Power

Check out this Kickstarter project. Friends Andy and Steve are avid cyclists and are working on using peddling a bicycle to generate energy that will power our devices. How will your habits change when you realize how much you have to pedal just by turning on a light? How much would your lifestyle change if [...]

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