Top 10 Underhyped Windows Apps I have a few Metro Apps that I can recommend. As a Desktop Explorer alternative, I can recommend My Explorer for simple browsing and Metro Commander for moving files from A to B, or C:\ to D:\. If you use Dropbox, then you also might want to install the official Dropbox App. For your YouTube needs, there is YouTube Player or, if you need a few additional features, YouTube RT. However, there yet has to be an official YouTube App for the Metro interface. Aside from that, Win8/RT already comes with a lot of good Apps.
Mozy > MozyHome Spilled coffee on the keyboard? We’ve all been there. With Mozy, you can download all of your files with just one click (yes, it really is that easy). US Census Bureau releases public API for mobile and web developers The US Census Bureau has released its very first public API, allowing developers to create web and mobile apps based on the government's collection of demographic and economic statistics. The Bureau launched the API Thursday, alongside a new "app gallery" website where users can view and download apps that have already been built. With the API, developers will have access to two sets of statistical databases: the 2010 Census, and the 2006-2010 American Community Survey. Atomic Reach Process Journal: Running a Pretend Design Agency This morning’s 15-minute writing about my website examines my personal tag cloud more closely. There are three main elements that together describe who I am. In detail: DAVE SEAH – Eccentric Creative – Emphasis on Values and Joy “Eccentric Creative” is expressed by the jumble of candy-like interests that will be organized across the website. I would like to use my headshot here somehow to drive home the personal nature of my site.
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20 Game-Changing Technology Trends That Will Create Both Disruption and Opportunity on a Global Level No matter what industry you’re in, your company can’t survive without technology. And these days, even non-technical employees know that technology goes way beyond desktop computers and networks. From smart phones and tablet computers to mobile apps and cloud-based technology, there’s a plethora of technological advancements to not only keep track of, but also to profit from.
Post-It note organization system For a few months now I've been using a post-it note system to keep myself more organized and more on top of things and let me just say, I *puffy pink* HEART it. So here's how it works. I bought a full size planner (with 8 x 11.5" pages). I picked this one up at Office Max for about $20.
8 Apps to Save and Back Up Texts on Android If you're reading this, chances are you spend a lot of time texting. Like, a ridiculous amount of time. Some might say too much time, but we wouldn't know anything about that — this is a judgment free zone. The point is, texting is a huge part of our daily lives. Everyday Mind Mastery - Learn How to Control Mind What people are saying: Finally a course that works! - Thank you Tom for making this life-changing course available.
25+ apps that the TED staff swears make their everyday lives easier At our small, fast-moving nonprofit company, everyone does a couple of jobs — and productivity apps help us manage roles that shift between coding, writing/designing and running a full-scale conference twice a year. We asked the TED staff what apps they can’t live without. And beyond the classics—Instagram, Google Maps, Spotify, Uber, Seamless—we found some great apps that might help you too. (A star denotes that the app is free, or at least has a free version.) For random life stuff…
The Printable CEO™ VII: Resource Time Tracking Lately, I’ve been struggling to keep track of multiple deadlines on multiple projects of multiple types. Yeesh! Although I had everything listed that I need to do in a big text file, thanks to my earlier GTD pass, I have yet to overcome that feeling of paralysis that comes from knowing what to do next.