Tag Archive: easy

Nov 20 2014

Review: WonderFox HD Video Converter Pro 7.5

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If you find yourself in a situation where you need an HD video converter software program, you can stop when you get to WonderFox HD Video Converter Factory. Several weeks ago, I was lucky enough to get onto a website that gave me a free version of WonderFox DVD Video Converter. The user interface for that software …

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Nov 18 2014

Review: eM Client v6 – Organized and Robust

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I did a review of eM client back in 2012 for the release of version 5. Version 6 has been released and eM client is one of the most robust email clients that’s freely available on the Internet. It’s been referred to as the Microsoft Outlook killer. The user interface of eM client looks very …

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Oct 10 2014

AutoHotKey: Tracking Emails Simple

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  When you’re working on various projects, tracking emails in Microsoft Outlook or Thunderbird, various subjects can be daunting. I think everyone’s aware that email has some obvious limitations on tracking, but what’s interesting is that there’s not been any advancements with being able to follow email threads were conversations with email in a long …

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Apr 12 2014

Techie Review: iRulu 9.7″ Android Tablet

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This is a hands-on review of the iRulu 9.7″ Android Tablet [AZ941]. I did an earlier review of another iRulu Tablet about nine months ago. At the time, the purpose was to try to find a low-cost android tablet that met all the requirements I was looking for; nothing really high end, but still very …

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Aug 19 2013

Which one do you use: DVR or PVR

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It seems that in the early days of being able to record your TV shows to a VCR were fairly simple. Now, moving into the future, people might actually still had the proverbial DVD recorder, where TV shows can be recorded directly to a DVD. But that’s at least 10 years old. If you’re like …

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Aug 12 2013

Movie Review: Elysium– Good But Has A Strong Political Undertone

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This past weekend, I went to go see the new movie Elysium with Matt Damon. Science fiction movies are always kind of a draw for me. Science fiction pretty much guarantees that the story is going to be somewhat interesting and shows off what Hollywood is doing with the latest graphics. Elysium is a movie …

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May 22 2013

4 Rules of Thumb to Follow Before Posting on Facebook

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Staying connected and interacting with customers on Facebook has become commonplace in the business world. However, it’s easy to get yourself in trouble if you’re not careful about the things you’re posting. So, here are four rules of thumb to follow to protect your reputation when posting on Facebook.

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Apr 04 2013

Facebook Home wants to take over your Android Smartphone

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So the scoop for today was that Facebook is announcing a new smart phone application for android called Facebook Home. The android application is not available for download yet, but should be available in roughly one week. There’s been a lot of speculation about Facebook wanting to come out with their own smart phone, but …

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Mar 27 2013

Keeping Your Files Organized To Increase Productivity

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Business filing has come a long way since the boxes of paper invoices and stacks of project notes of the past. These days, many businesses have moved to a purely digital format, a fact that’s especially true for companies who work in the digital arena, like web designers and developers. Although digital filing has the …

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Mar 14 2013

Google Shocks Loyal Users By Announcing The Retirement Of Google Reader

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In a massive surprise, Google has announced that they’re shutting down Google reader at the beginning of July. In 2005 Google launched Google reader and I can recall that there were a bunch of applications that were developed directly for working with RSS feeds.  When Google reader came out it automatically struck fear into the …

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