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4 Great Web-Based Mindmapping Tools To Enhance Your Creativity. Having trouble organizing all of your ideas? Sounds like what you need is a mindmapping tool. Mindmaps are a wonderful resource for brainstorming, planning, and managing ideas in a way that increases your productivity and enhances your creativity. But what if you want to create a mindmap without pen or paper? 12 Productivity Habits To Finally Hack Your Life In The New Year 12 Productivity Habits To Finally Hack Your Life In The New Year A common resolution for most working people is to be more productive.

In this article, we'll explore twelve bad habits that you can change -- one per month -- to drastically improve your workload productivity. Read More In recent years, a lot of mindmapping resources have begun popping up on the Internet. Bubbl.us What Is It? Bubbl.us has been around since 2006, making it one of the oldest web-based mindmapping tools to still exist today. The Good: The Bad: Mindmeister What Is It? The Good: The Bad: Mind42 MindMup Conclusion MindMup is the clear winner for me. 65 useful Keyboard Shortcuts for Chrome . How to Install Flash On Your Android Jelly Bean Tablet or Phone. For the past few years, Adobe Flash has proved quite controversial. Ever since Apple opted to block support for it on iOS – thereby forcing anyone who wanted to use the iPhone or iPad to rely on other solutions (usually HTML5) its future has remained in doubt, with only traditional desktop and laptop users still regularly using it. Following Apple’s lead, Microsoft has no current plans to introduce Flash on Windows Phone (although in the early days there were moves to do so) – so the obvious answer to anyone wanting to access Flash-based streaming media and games using a mobile device would be Android.

This has been the case for a few years now, but in the past few months Google has opted to drop Flash from Android. Despite the lack of native support for Flash or the ability to easily install it through Google Play, it is actually possible to install the software on a modern Android device and reap the media streaming and gaming benefits. How to Install Flash on Android. 3 Unique Ways To Remotely Control Your Windows Desktop. You can’t always be sitting in front of your computer, but you can control it remotely through 3 different methods of which you might not be aware.

Let’s talk about ways to control your Windows desktop remotely that are slightly…esoteric. The methods introduced here are different than the usual mainstream tools, such as LogMeIn, or remote desktop clients, or even client/server applications like VNC. Those are all well and good, but today, let’s look at something more unique! Chrome Remote Desktop Chrome Remote Desktop (CRD) is another Google offering that is streamlined and simple in its usage.

The connection gives you a high quality view of your remote desktop. CRD offers only the most needed basic functions: You can send two special key combinations: Ctrl-Alt-Del and PrtScrn. For most remote control of a computer, these functions are sufficient. Secure Shell – SSH Secure Shell (SSH) connections to remote computers are command-line based. Over The Air Remote Control The Takeaway. How to Track Twitter Hashtags. Sometimes, you need to track hashtags, for example, if you want to see whether twitterers are mentioning your company, brand, or event. People talk about you and your company on Twitter, although probably not as much as they discuss celebrity deaths or charges of election tampering. The following websites enable you to track hashtags: Hashtags.org: A site that lets you see not only what’s trending that day, week, or month, but it also gives you a graphical representation of the frequency of tweets on the topic, who’s using hashtags, and even a count of how many times a hashtag is used.

You have to follow @hashtags to have your hashtags tracked. How can I download YouTube videos without extra software? When we find something we enjoy on the Internet, we often want to hoard it for ourselves and keep it forever (be it legal or not). The most frequent and obvious of this type of behavior is when people are begging to know how to save YouTube videos to their hard drive.

You’ve probably done that once or twice by now through means of browser extension or a third-party website. Using those sort of services is completely fine, but you’ll eventually run into a snag. There are a lot of websites that support YouTube’s format and it makes the downloading of files extremely easy.

Then there are other video and information networks that don’t allow you any practical way to snatch what you want. For these types of websites, I recommend Media Sniffer. Media Sniffer sniffs your traffic at the network level, ensuring that any piece of media you experience (since downloaded and cached) show up as available for keeps. It’s important to know which network interface to sniff and analyze. Share and shoot the world with Shutterguides.com.

Shutterguides.com allows you to make “photo guides” for locations you are an ‘expert’ on or even just a place you know well and want to share, and it also allows you to find new places to explore and shoot with your own equipment. And albeit fairly new to the scene, Shutterguides.com offers a slick and professional site for users to share and explore photographic locations across the world. Creating a Guide is a supremely simple process, but still complex enough that it’s interesting. You will load pictures (from either Flickr or your Google+ account, both of which have multiple free options) and then place them on a highly accurate, dynamic map guide created using flash by Google maps. It will let you pinpoint the exact location of the picture, and if the picture has GPS coordinates embedded from the camera or other processing device, it will be used to automatically place the photo’s location for you.

It couldn’t be simpler. Check out Shutterguides here. How to search for similar sites of any website. List of website that helps you search for similar wesbites. Have you ever wondered how many other amazing websites are on the internet that you might want yet you’ll never discover? With an idea of searching for similar sites, here in this particular article we will see the list of sites that will assist you find similar websites or related websites on the web.

List of websites : 1) SimilarSites.com It is a related content engine depending on the exact technologies which drive the SimilarWeb browser add-on, it enables a whole new kind of browsing we describe as associative browsing. You start by simply looking at a website in which you’re interested and after that you’ll be able to start hopping through similar sites and subjects. 2) SimilarSiteSearch.com This site collect and combine details about websites through several sources including the site itself. 3) MoreOfIt.com 4) SitesLike.com Also Read: How to search for similar sites of any website. 7 Captivating Websites To Read About Weird But True Stories. Yes, I’m into weird stuff. I’m not going to deny it just to protect my pride or to avoid ridicule. I’ve always believed that the greatest scientists of every generation were into “weird” stuff, however it was defined at the time.

The truth is, it’s the mystery surrounding the weird stuff that leads to amazing discoveries, sometimes by accident. It’s the phenomena – the strange and unusual behaviors of things like objects, animals, people or the Earth, that make you scratch your head and go, “What the….” The unexpected. The unpredictable. You know what though? The truth is, we’re not alone. There are people all around the world that devote a great deal of time and resources to collecting and investigating unusual stories that are based on witness testimony. Weird U.S. Okay look, I know that the United States has a reputation around the world for coming up with some pretty hair-brained things. No, this website isn’t about how or why the U.S. can be strange. StrangeMag Phenomena Log Cracked. Lights, Camera, Action! Learn From 7 Digital Filmmaking Schools On YouTube. There is an apocryphal story of Steven Spielberg sneaking into Universal Studios in an attempt to see what filmmaking was all about behind the scenes.

The story was a fantasy. But what’s true is that one of our favorite directors was a prodigious talent from his teens. He shot 8mm adventure films, starting at the age of 13. It was 3 minutes long. By 30, he had blockbusters like Jaws and Close Encounters of the Third Kind on his resume. That was then. Film Riot Joshua covered this very well regarded DIY filmmaking YouTube channel in the article I have linked to earlier. You can actually learn a lot by following the making of ‘Tell‘, short psychological horror film made by Ryan Connolly. IndyMogul Indy Mogul is often regarded as THE channel for movie buffs who want to use YouTube as a launching platform, or want to make an Indie movie for that matter. 1000+ videos should be equivalent to a college level course. Corridor Digital Corridor Digital has two separate channels. Freddiew’s. Blog: 100 Websites You Should Know and Use. Entertainment Meet David Peterson, who developed Dothraki for Game of Thrones There are seven different words in Dothraki for striking another person with a sword.

Among them: “hlizifikh,” a wild but powerful strike; “hrakkarikh,”a quick and accurate strike; and “gezrikh,” a fake-out or decoy strike. But you won’t find these words in George R. R. Martin’s epic series A Song of Ice and Fire, which is where Dothraki originated as the language […] Culture My Year of TED: How 54 talks changed a life By Kylie Dunn What do you get when you cross a 39-year-old perfectionist with 54 TED Talks and far more honesty than any person probably needs to experience?

Entertainment Meet David Peterson, who developed Dothraki for Game of Thrones There are seven different words in Dothraki for striking another person with a sword. Culture My Year of TED: How 54 talks changed a life. 12 Quick Tips To Search Google Like An Expert. If you’re like me, you probably use Google many times a day. But chances are, unless you're a technology geek, you probably still use Google in its simplest form.

If your current use of Google is limited to typing in a few words and changing your query until you find what you’re looking for, then I’m here to tell you that there’s a better way -- and it’s not hard to learn. On the other hand, even if you are a technology geek and can use Google like the best of them already, I still suggest you bookmark this article of advanced Google search tips. Then, you’ll then have the tips on hand when you're ready to pull your hair out in frustration watching a neophyte repeatedly type in basic queries in a desperate attempt to find something.

The following advanced Google search tips are based on my own experience and things that I actually find useful. For even more Google tips, download our free guide here. Here's an overview of some of the most useful Google search tricks. Step 2) Exclude Words. Five Zetas, Including Two Naked Women Beheaded, Dismembered and Dissolved by CDG.

I don’t know why Mundo Narco feels the need to go complete ape fucking shit with watermarks on their videos, but other than that, it’s a good one. Just released video shows brutal simultaneous execution of five captured associates of the Zetas cartel by CDG (Cartel Del Golfo). Three captives appear to be women, two are executed naked. The other two were men. After your traditional narco interrogation whereas the captors request the captives to state their name, their affiliation with a cartel and what their position was, each of the five is beheaded, dismembered and dissolved. The woman allowed to wear clothes is chopped in the back of her neck with a huge axe. I think she could be glad for that cause that single blow likely killed her rather quickly.

Man next to her with a t-shirt over his head is stabbed to the side of the neck and dropped. One of the naked women is also shown a little mercy by having gotten her head swiftly chopped off with a huge machete.