While our spellchecks help us out everyday when it comes to typing up documents or whipping out an email, there’s a vast area of un-checked computer space called “the internets.” Grammarly brings spell and grammar checking to the web at last. Grammarly is a Chrome/Firefox extension that you can download to help you write better […]
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It’s a common joke: Hey, remember Google+? Google has made it a technically popular social network by, de facto, forcing everyone to enroll in it. But if you haven’t been on it in a while, or ever, Google is working hard to ensure you eventually use it. The latest addition? Photo editing tools. Auto-Awesome Goes […]
Dropbox might be the simplest and easiest way to share photos and documents amongst friends and coworkers regardless of their smartphone or computer’s OS. However, for a long long time, you’ve had to place a file in your public folder if you wanted to share it without providing specific user permission by sending it directly […]
Digital cameras have eliminated the need for film, but they haven’t eliminated the need for the person being photographed to look good. Unlike video, a still image of a person starkly displays all of the less than stellar attributes: the misplaced freckle, the scant left eyebrow, the pimple on the left cheek. It’s for […]
Not sure how I missed this one but Microsoft recently enabled POP3 access for users of Hotmail. What this means is that you can now easily check your hotmail on external non-Microsoft e-mail clients and mobile devices without the messy plugins and workarounds. Here are the settings: POP server: pop3.live.com (Port 995) POP SSL required? YesUser […]