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Windows Live Photo Gallery Review

Windows Live Photo Gallery 2011 Review and Screenshot Tour : Importing, Tagging and Sorting {Series}

Recently, we announced that Microsoft had removed the beta status from Windows Live Essentials 2011, so we thought it was high time to give Windows Live Photo Gallery 2011 (Wave 4) a thorough screenshot tour and review. For a free photo organization, editing and sharing application, Windows Live Photo Gallery 2011 is fairly robust. There’s […]

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Awesome Screenshot: Capture and Annotate for Google Chrome and Safari

And the winner of most self-explanatory and most accurately self-reviewed Google Chrome Extension title goes to: Awesome Screenshot: Capture and Annotate. This lightweight little Google Chrome extension (also available for Safari and coming soon to Firefox) does and is everything that it says. It lets you take screenshots of webpages by capturing the visible part […]

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Blogger Stats vs. Google Analytics: A Study in Simplicity

Last month, Google introduced Blogger Stats for all bloggers who use Google’s hosted blogging platform. Blogger Stats first became available for Blogger in Draft (the Gmail Labs equivalent for Blogger), but now the real-time traffic reporting mini-suite has been automatically integrated into all new and existing Blogger blogs. If you haven’t noticed yet, it’s accessible […]

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iPhone and Google How-To Tutorials and News for fring

How to Setup Google Talk with Fring

Fring is pretty groovy. Primarily, it’s a VoIP service for the iPhone that features voice and video calls. But the thing that I personally like about Fring is its ability to pull all of your chat, instant message and social media platforms into one. After all, the vast majority of smartphone users likely spend more […]

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TimeBridge Integrates with Evernote to Help You Keep Tabs on Meetings

There are quite a few online meeting/scheduling/web conferencing solutions on offer on the web, but TimeBridge recently distinguished itself by integrating with the Evernote API. The much ballyhooed partnership announced earlier this year felt a bit more like a plug for TimeBridge than a genuine groundbreaking feature for Evernote users, but after giving it a […]

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Evernote Screenshot Tour and Review

Evernote is one of those programs that I’ve been hearing people talk about for years but have never tried myself. But now as my life is getting more and more hectic, I decided it was time to graduate from my “lists in Notepad” system to something a little bit more robust. After using Evernote for […]

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