Category: Technology

  • Getting Started with Personal Branding

    Getting Started with Personal Branding

    Personal branding has been a hot topic on the Web for quite some time – you must have at least heard of the phrase.Many are writing about it, some are thinking about doing it, and then there are the few who actually practice what they preach. In the next three articles I will present a…

  • 7 Potential Security Risks Associated With Cloud QuickBooks Hosting

    7 Potential Security Risks Associated With Cloud QuickBooks Hosting

    ‘Trust’ is not the only factor that users have to rely on when considering their switch to cloud-based solutions. Transparency is every customer’s right, especially when it is linked with security. With a major  number of CPAs in the United States, UK, Canada and various other countries using QuickBooks hosting as a means to have…

  • Four Great Cross Platform Productivity Apps

    Four Great Cross Platform Productivity Apps

    This is just a very simple article, listing some great apps that will increase your productivity across multiple platforms. 1. Evernote – iOS, Android, Windows, Mac OS X, BlackBerry, Windows Phone 7 and Web. Evernote, as most of you probably know already, Evernote is a great note taking application that contains features such as lists,…

  • Cool Apps for Creating Color Schemes

    Cool Apps for Creating Color Schemes

    Color schemes are a standard part of every designer’s job. Whether you’re working on a new website, making a logo or decorating a room, you will inevitably have to pay attention to colors. The three apps reviewed in this article are very practical for devising and manipulating color schemes, and you don’t have to be…

  • Have Tablets Replaced Laptops?

    Have Tablets Replaced Laptops?

    Many people wonder, mostly including the “average customers’, is if tablets have replaced laptops. Read the article to find out. My answer once again is that it depends. It depends on “Why you use your laptop”. If you use your computer for heavy graphic designing, heavy video editing with special effects, professional photo editing or…

  • Transform Your Next Road Trip With These Must Have Apps

    Transform Your Next Road Trip With These Must Have Apps

    Are you looking to make your vacation more memorable and exciting? Are you taking a road trip but have no idea where to stay or what to do along the way? Through this article you’ll learn about the latest apps for your smartphone that can help you with everything from discovering new places to avoiding…

  • MenuWeather Mac App, the Ultimate Weather Solution

    MenuWeather Mac App, the Ultimate Weather Solution

    So over the past few days, and now finding that the weather is really on and off where I live, I have decided I need a way to see the current weather conditions on my desktop. This is by far the best way that I have tried to display those conditions, the app is called…

  • Pinterest: Curate the Internet with Pictures

    Pinterest: Curate the Internet with Pictures

    “Pinterest is a virtual pinboard. Collect the things you love” That about sums it up. Pinterest is one of those well known unknowns. A lot of people use it and love it but there are also a lot of people that don’t know anything about it. Pinterest is a personalized pinboard on the web. The premise…

  • Working with PDF Files on Linux

    Working with PDF Files on Linux

    PDF (Portable Document Format) is a popular file format created by Adobe in the early 1990s. Even before it was released as an open standard in 2008, PDF was widely used for document exchange because of its universal compatibility. In other words, if you want your documents to look consistent everywhere, you should use PDF.…

  • Simply the Best, Simply Invoicely (Previously Invoiceable)

    Simply the Best, Simply Invoicely (Previously Invoiceable)

    Freelancing can be a lot of fun. Dealing with invoices – not so much. Invoices are something you want to handle automatically, but at the same time you need them to look professional, and the data needs to be well-organized and secure. Joining the ranks of awesome web applications like Picozu, Zeen and Bucketlistly, here…

  • 10 Safari Productivity Apps

    10 Safari Productivity Apps

    Apple users tend to be incredibly dedicated to the brand. So much so that they are less likely than anyone else to use a different browser. Instead, they remain loyal to Safari, and that isn’t a surprise. It is a well made product, and the most compatible with the hardware it has been loaded onto.…

  • Ghost Blogging Platform

    Ghost Blogging Platform

    There are plenty of blogging platforms out on the web today. A blogging platform is a service that allows you to post content in a manner of a journal, much like WordPress, Squarspace, Blogger, or even Live Journal. A lot of these blogging platforms are better recognized and known more than others. There is one…

  • How to Use Hootsuite to Increase Your Productivity

    How to Use Hootsuite to Increase Your Productivity

    I am always asked by people how I can be on Facebook and Twitter every waking hour, trawl through my various daily blog RSS feeds and yet still manage to get my work done. I don’t keep it a secret: I use a social management platform to aggregate all my feeds into one easy to manage App…

  • App Review: Dropbox

    App Review: Dropbox

    This in my opinion is one of the top apps in the App Store. It automaticly will sync your files to your PC, Mac, iPhone or iPod touch and gives you 2 GB of free storage (you can get up to 8 GB of storage if you refer people). My pros and cons are listed below: Pros:…

  • What is Google Drive?

    What is Google Drive?

    If you haven’t heard of Google Drive before it’s an office suite and cloud storage service in one. It comes with unlimited Google Docs file storage + 5GB of free cloud storage for other files to share with friends or workmates. You can edit online, edit offline, do some of your work on your mobile…

  • Reading Addons for Firefox

    Reading Addons for Firefox

    I love connecting all of my reading sources together, which is what led me to buy a tablet a few years ago. It is always pleasant to be able to access ebooks, check out RSS feeds and read articles in the same place, and in a single format. Which is a luxury you can have…

  • How to Migrate from Google Reader to Feedly

    How to Migrate from Google Reader to Feedly

    Feedly is a cloud based feed reader and is available for Web Browsers and Mobile operating systems – both Feedly iOS and Feedly Android. It uses a minimalist magazine layout, has incredible social network integration and allows a huge degree of customization. Couple all that with a completely seamless Google Reader migration and it’s easy…

  • Goldeneye Source Review

    Goldeneye Source Review

    Do you remember the good old days of the Nintendo 64? It was a classic 64-bit system that seemed to be revolutionary in the gaming market not just for its library of games but the new concept of 3D Graphics. However, there is one game I remember the most on the Nintendo 64, and that…

  • 3 Creative Ways to Use Google Hangouts

    3 Creative Ways to Use Google Hangouts

    Initially part of deprecated Google Plus, Google Hangouts is a great way to gather with friends, get some face to face conversation time and just hold a video based conference call. It is a unique platform, and one that is used by people all over whether they are frequent on Google+ or not. But there…

  • Infographic Data Visualization with Visual.ly

    Infographic Data Visualization with Visual.ly

    Infographics are huge just now. They’re a great way to visualize complicated information and make it accessible to more people. Visual.ly has a huge library of infographics for you to browse through. It’s easy to share them with your friends on Facebook or Twitter and there’s embed code for you to include them on other…

  • Dynamic Wallpapers on Linux

    Dynamic Wallpapers on Linux

    Even the coolest wallpaper eventually gets boring. When this happens, you might want to start looking for ways to spice up your desktop. Of course, you could customize your dock or change the icons, but if you’re happy with all that and just want to experiment with the wallpaper, keep reading – today we’ll show…