So, you’ve collected a whole bunch of photos. And, if you’re keen on viewing these photos regularly, you can set them as wallpapers and cycle them regularly. Or you can make a collage and view them all together.
Today building wireframes is an essential part of creating a website. A wireframe is a visual guide that shows the interface design a website will have; what pages will hold and how they will link, is expressed by wireframes. Since building wireframes requires lesser time than a website prototype, it can be created relatively quicker to obtain a blueprint of one’s website; consequently, when it comes time to actually build the website, a tone of time is saved.
The internet is much like the universe. It expands beyond our imagination. There are webpages out there you have no idea about; maybe if you check those pages/links/blogs, you might actually like them.
There are a lot of occasions when one need to extract colors from different pictures. For example, while setting up your Adsense on a blog you need to blend the colors with the theme so that they look more attractive to your visitors. There may be various programs to get the job done but if you are on the go and need to get the job done then you need to check out Colors Pallete Generator.
While surfing the web for free web-based alarm clocks I came across Metalock. Unlike many other web based alarm services, MetaClock offers a lot more functions than just a wakeup call. It can also be used as a “To-do-List” manager because it has the ability to let it’s users set notes which will remind them of tasks to do when the alarm is triggered.
I’ve been using Bing quite a bit since its release and it has turned out to be one of the better search engines. I still prefer Google’s search results and usually switch between the two. But, if you want to search both, you can choose to switch between windows, or even better save yourself some time and search using Bing vs.
I have been writing about many useful Image editors and other excellent services that may come in handy for everyday life routine. Recently I have stumbled upon Change Images, a free web service that does almost everything you need to do. When I say “almost everything” I mean you can easily resize, crop, convert, add effects and photoframes and all that on one simple easy to use platform.
With todays internet climate being the snoop fest that it is, it’s becoming harder and harder to keep prying eyes away from your internet activites. To combat these packet spys people have anonymous software clients and websites through which you can browse and keep the snoops at bay. ItsHidden is a servive that I first thought would be just another anonymous surfing website to add to my list then I read further into the website’s blurb and found out that ItsHidden.
A Youtube `channel’ is a fancy way of saying Youtube `profile page’. Whenever you sign up with Youtube you get your own `channel page’ that gives details such as your public videos, favorites, comments, subscribers, video log, bulletin status, and recent activity. Users can also see stats about you, like how long you’ve been a YouTube member, how old you are, and how many videos you’ve watched.
While ABBYY may seem like a spelling mistake it actually is the name of a software solutions company that makes the one of the best OCR software in the world. For those who don’t know OCR stands for Optical Character Recognition which simply is a technology that goes through scanned documents and/or digital photos of text and number and then converts that un-editable data into editable text that can be saved in various formats. By converting your documents into editable text you increase your ability to search for important documents (eg.
When making a computer based tutorial/presentation youâ€™re required to get specialized software that will capture both your voice and your movements onscreen. Some of these software cost hundreds of dollars are bulky to install and are espcially confusing to setup.Â For example when choosing which video and audio format to use to save your actions in.
I often come across files that I have problems to open. Sometimes it is because Windows won’t recognize it on its own and give options with limited software that might be able to open the file. I have found one of the most unique and innovative ways, to not only find out about obscure file types that lie on your harddisk, but also to find open source software in a natural yet remarkable manner.