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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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Tips, Tricks, And How To Use Your Phone Cheaply When You Travel Overseas

I’m currently backpacking around the world. I left the U.S. last week and I’m currently in New Zealand. From here, I’ll head to Southeast Asia, followed by India, Dubai, and Russia, before coming home in June. However, I’m still connected to my friends, family, and ZAGGblog by way of my iPhone 5S, which I brought [...]

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This App Could Help You Save Your Pet’s Life

Keeping up on your human first aid knowledge is hard enough—what about when something happens to your cat or dog? The American Red Cross has us covered, thankfully. Their Pet First Aid App is a super handy tool that helps you know what to do with your pet in a number of uncertain circumstances. Available [...]

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Hands On: Do Sony NEX Lenses Work With The Sony A7/A7R? [Video]

Two of the latest and greatest mirrorless cameras taking the photography world by storm are the Sony A7 and A7R. They aren’t exactly replacements for the NEX line of mirrorless cameras, but they do share the same E-Mount lens mounting system. That means, in theory at least, you should be able to attach any lenses [...]

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Explained: How Does Apple TV Work?

If you’ve ever wondered how Apple TV works, we’ve got answers for you. The streaming media box that connects to your TV is really nothing more than a stripped down iPhone without a screen. It runs Apple’s A5 processor, the same as the iPhone 4S and iPad 2. It runs a modified version of iOS, [...]

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How Dropbox Works

Being able to access your files from any computer or device.  Getting instant updates and changes to files altered by coworkers.  Does that sound convenient?  Once you get used to it, it’ll be impossible to go back.  Dropbox allows you to upload your files and access them from any device with an internet connection. You [...]

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