Free Computer Help, Tips and Tools to Help You Get the Most Fun and Use from Your Home Computer The Ultimate Photoshop Toolbox Sep 07 2010 For years now, whenever designers have been asked about their go-to program for image editing and creation, one of the top answers that comes back, is Adobe Photoshop. Its generations of evolution has centered around the growth of any number of digital imaging professionals and has made this software giant a staple in the graphic design community. Since so many of us find this tool in our design arsenals, we thought we would put together a post that would have you get the most out of this dynamic imaging program. Below is a collection of invaluable Photoshop resources from the online community that runs the proverbial gamut of available PS content. Websites The websites that have been gathered below are the first place that you should go when you are setting out on a path of beefing up your proverbial toolbox of Photoshop resources. Web Designer’s Toolkit is a valuable resource for Photoshoppers indeed. Photoshop Tutorials is a site whose name slightly undersells the place.
40 technologies to watch in 2011 If the popular misreading of Mayan mythology is correct, we have fewer than two more years left on this Earth. That leaves precious little time for the tech industry to develop and perfect of all the cool technologies that sci-fi authors have dreamed up over the years. Still, while a December 2012 apocalypse may spell doom for the commercial viability of hovercars, it doesn't mean that the next couple of years in tech will be dull — quite the contrary. 2011 is already shaping up to be a banner year for tech and web innovation. Below is a list of over 40 websites, apps, companies, gadgets and technologies that the editors of Mashable think that you should keep an eye on over the coming year. Be sure to click through to each article to see our full write ups on individual entries, and let us know in the comments what you're looking out for in 2011. 10 Websites to Watch KickstarterOpenLeaksKloutHipmunkGilt GroupeDiasporaQuoraGroovesharkDrupalFoursquare 10 Apps to Watch 8 Gadgets to Watch
Ultimate Productivity Hack List : 36 Apps To Super Boost Your Productivity The 9 Best To-Do List Apps As a former event planner I know all about to-do lists, and that it is often very hard to find a to-do list app that perfectly matches your style. I’ve given a close look to the most promising options out there and compiled my favorites in this article. Whether you are a solo entrepreneur, “household manager,” corporate employee, or freelancer, these are the best to-do list apps out there to help you organize the new year! 1. Todoist (free or $29/year) Winning features: Todoist’s layout is similar to your email inbox. Works on: Every device or platform you can think of! 2. Winning features: Any.Do has a clean interface and adding new tasks is easy. Works on: iOS, Android, Google Chrome 3. Works on: iPhone, iPad 4. Winning features: Wunderlist is probably the prettiest to-do list app out there. Works on: iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows, Kindle, Web 5. 6. 7. Works on: iPhone, iPad, Mac Works on: iPhone, iPad, Mac, Android 9. 10 Apps That Make Managing Projects Remotely
How Secure Is My Password? PC Help - Computer Help - PC Tips - Help with PCs How to Create Your First Web Page Note: If you know anything at all about HTML and CSS, don’t bother reading this, it’s a guide for the uninitiated, technophobes, luddites, computer-illiterates, anyone who is more comfortable with a pen and paper than a keyboard and mouse. If making a web page seems like brain surgery to you, then this is the article for you. What you need to know The only prior knowledge I will assume is that you’ve used a computer before, you’re familiar with using a keyboard and a word processor, and you’ve at least seen a website. Other than that, I assume you are completely ignorant! The Basics When you visit a website (for example the one you’re reading now), you see a page in your web browser (the program you use to access the internet) , containing text, images and maybe some other things like videos, music etc. In order to display a page correctly, the web browser needs to know about the structure of the page, e.g. What HTML Looks Like HTML uses ‘tags’ to identify different parts of a page.
30+ Accessibility Tools, Softwares & Resources for The Visually Impaired Free ebooks are meant to be read and enjoyed by everybody regardless of physical imperfections, hence why this post is being made, although I must admit that this should be the first post that should be posted here. Having said that, do join me in the journey to increase this list of resources to make it a comprehensive one, to provide and create the proper accessibility channels. I’m sure there are other list out there which covers some of the areas below, but I do hope this post will somehow be a part of the whole effort in making this a reality. Audio Ebooks Been covered here, 35 total sites found so far providing free downloadable audio ebooks. Adobe Reader 9 Accessibility Taking note that 99% of the ebooks on this site are in PDF format, Adobe has a site dedicated specifically in providing information in greater details on making it easier for people with disabilities to read PDF files. Screen Readers (Free) One of the most obvious ones came with your copy of Windows. Other Resources
25 Awesome Tools for Getting Organized | How to Be More Organized Let’s face of it–most of us, when it comes right down to it, wish we could be more organized. As hard as we try to shuffle our things around, to put them in the right containers, with the right labels, to figure out the best solutions for limited storage spaces, it seems like much of the time we just aren’t making much headway. We’ve discovered that there must be more to getting organized than to simply rearrange our closets, but what are we missing? What’s the secret? A few years ago I read a book called The Organizing Sourcebook: Nine Strategies for Simplifying Your Life by Kathy Waddill that totally transformed the way I started organizing my stuff. Make your systems fit you and your life.Sort everything by how you use it.Weed constantly.Use the right containers and tools.Label everything.Keep it simple.Decide to decide.Get help when you need it.Evaluate honestly and often. Finances Nothing can make our lives feel out-of-control faster than having our finances in a disarray. Kids Stuff
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