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How To Add Creative Designs To Instagram Posts

Ever wonder how people create those cool Instagram photos with the inspirational quotes and the designed backgrounds and the unique fonts? Well, at least some of them are probably using Studio Design. It’s an app for iOS and Android that gives you the creative means to design your own boxy pieces of wisdom to share [...]

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Now You Can Get Everyone Together On A Skype Group Call For Free

Have you heard the happy news? Now it’s free to get everyone together on the same Skype video call! You can chat with up to 10 people on a single call. Making vacation plans, planning family reunions, or sharing your Christmas cards is just a few clicks away when you’re able to share your screen [...]

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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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How To Build A Digital Resume

Applying for jobs has never been this fun—or this beautiful. A cool little website called Sumry allows you to build a gorgeous, built-for-the-digital-age résumé quickly and easily using their intuitive online tools. Using a beautiful scrolling feature to lure potential employers in, Sumry separates your resume out not by education and work experience but rather [...]

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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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[App Review] Photographers: Plan For Better Pictures With PhotoPills

Whether you’re in a familiar location or on the other side of the world, you want to be most efficient in planning times and locations for when to capture the best photos. If you’ve been keeping up with me on Twitter, you know I’m currently on a backpacking trip around the world. I’m shooting mostly [...]

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[How To] Take Photos Of The Milky Way With DSLR Or Mirrorless Cameras

As many questions as I get about photography, the one that comes up most is how to take great photos at night of star constellations, star trails, the moon, and the Milky Way. I went out shooting last night here in New Zealand and the above photo was the result. I wouldn’t consider it National [...]

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[How To] Save Money On Printer Ink By Changing Your Font

Although times are changing and many of us don’t print as much as we used to, there’s an easy way to save yourself some cash by using less ink on the occasions when you DO have to have a physical printed copy of something. It was none other than a 14-year old student here in [...]

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