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If you think Google Plus is just another social site, you are in for a big surprise. What has been created is, put simply, a phenomenal tool for human communication, and much more. But it takes you to experience it, embrace it and ‘get it’ before this realisation really comes. The complete guide to Google Plus will give you everything you need to use it as an individual or for business, including a free 90 minute video course. Introduction

What is Google Plus? A Complete User Guide. (Videos and Blog)

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Cross-posted at The Huffington Post and PolicyMic (with gifs!). - Happy Graduation, Seniors! Congratulations! Advice for College Grads from Two Sociologists Advice for College Grads from Two Sociologists
The best way to use Gmail and Google Calendar on your iPhone The best way to use Gmail and Google Calendar on your iPhone Android users can take advantage of Google’s major services right out of the box, but setting Gmail, Google Contacts, and Google Calendar up on your iPhone isn’t quite so clear. It’s worth doing right, though: with a little elbow grease you can have a setup that’s every bit as good. It’ll let you use the new Gmail app, which is a big improvement over the iPhone’s standard mail app and most other third-party options, and you’ll also get a better, simpler calendar and contacts setup — goodbye, weird duplicated events and endless birthday notifications. Plus, we’d swear that our battery life got a lot better as soon as we left Exchange and turned to our new setup.
Video Editing Techniques | Discover Time-Saving Project Archiving! You are here: Home » Articles » Archiving/Storage » Organizing and Archiving Your Projects Posted: May 15, 2011 [ This article was first published in the February, 2004, issue of Larry's Final Cut Pro newsletter -- Click here to subscribe.Updated 6/112004, 2/13/05, 11/16/08 and 5/31/10. ] Your project is done. Video Editing Techniques | Discover Time-Saving Project Archiving!
Hard Drive Basics – A Collection Hard Drive Basics – A Collection You are here: Home » Articles » Archiving/Storage » Hard Drive Basics – Collected Articles Posted: December 30, 2012 Storage is critical to all media editing and I’ve written a lot about it. So much so, that it is hard to find where to start and which articles are important to read. To help, I’ve collected the important ones here and added short descriptions. Read the first four articles before you spend more money on storage.
Self-improvement vs self-confidence by Salim Virani on "Releasing your potential is a very dangerous idea. Self-improvement vs self-confidence – @SaintSal Self-improvement vs self-confidence – @SaintSal
Wired To The Moon | 12 TDDs of Christmas For quite a while now I’ve wanted to get stuck into TDD but never really knew where to start. Do I roll up for work one morning and announce I’m doing TDD from here on in? Hardly! Wired To The Moon | 12 TDDs of Christmas
ArticleS.UncleBob.TheThreeRulesOfTdd ArticleS.UncleBob.TheThreeRulesOfTdd The Three Laws of TDD. Over the years I have come to describe Test Driven Development in terms of three simple rules. They are: You are not allowed to write any production code unless it is to make a failing unit test pass.
ArticleS.UncleBob.TheBowlingGameKata ArticleS.UncleBob.TheBowlingGameKata The Bowling Game Kata Here is a kata for the Bowling Game problem. I have broken it down into the same tiny little steps that I do when I demonstrate it.
Everything old is new again: Next generation of Portland coworking spaces begins to take shape September 19th, 2012 Portland was pretty early on the coworking bandwagon. The lean and collegial environments—with little required in terms of financial commitment—seemed to work well with our disparate workforce and pervading startup culture. And folks flocked to them even in the doldrums of the last decade. Everything old is new again: Next generation of Portland coworking spaces begins to take shape
The following is a guest post contributed by reader Nathan, who recently started driving a vanpool in Chicago which saved him over $350 a month in addition to making a lower environmental impact. Thanks Nathan for sharing your experiences. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, transportation costs are the second largest U.S. household expenditure after housing costs. In fact, between 2010 and 2011, an 8% rise in transportation spending was the largest percentage increase among all major components, 3.1% above even healthcare. Vanpooling: Save Money with Work Commute Alternatives
Ch26 : Linux Software RAID The main goals of using redundant arrays of inexpensive disks (RAID) are to improve disk data performance and provide data redundancy. RAID can be handled either by the operating system software or it may be implemented via a purpose built RAID disk controller card without having to configure the operating system at all. This chapter will explain how to configure the software RAID schemes supported by RedHat/Fedora Linux. For the sake of simplicity, the chapter focuses on using RAID for partitions that include neither the /boot or the root (/) filesystems. Whether hardware- or software-based, RAID can be configured using a variety of standards. Take a look at the most popular.
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How to Build a Gypsy Caravan from Recycled Materials The first thing you notice about this gypsy wagon is the surrounding smell of cedar forest and the sound of crashing waves from the lake, which is just a stone's throw over the hill. In the winter, woodsmoke spirals up from the chimney jutting out of the curved wagon roof. There is a little lane leading up to the green glade, but it's nicest to arrive on foot. The 8' wide x 20' long caravan, or vardo, has been parked in this particularly beautiful forest for a few years, but is completely moveable by truck or tractor because it has wheels. It is built on a salvaged 5 ton truck chassis that cost $100, purchased from the local wrecking yard. The floor joists for the house are nailed to fir beams and bolted to the metal frame.
Learn the Proper Running Technique in 30 Seconds Great video. I like Christopher McDougall, and I hadn't seen this one before. Thanks for linking to it. Exactly.. anyone who has ever seriously tried running barefoot knows how impossible it is to run heel first without modern 'stability control' shoes Alot of people go out and buy expensive running shoes like the asics kayano and think they are the best running shoes you can get, when in fact those are among the worst running shoes you can get as they make it near impossible to run with proper form! Personally i do not wear vibrams but i wear minimalist shoes with a low profile last (saucony kinvara, asics speedstar).
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How to reset your Mac OS X password without an installer disc Posted by Ant on August 3rd, 2009 | 331 Comments Let’s say you totally forgot the password to log on to your Mac. Or maybe you purchased a used Mac from someone else and they’ve got it locked down.
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