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from http://www.makeuseof.com/ 92 days ago

We’re always on the lookout for great learning materials at MakeUseOf, whether it’s a full online course offered by Coursera or YouTube channels like ASAPScience and podcasts like Stuff You Should Know – there’s no age limits or exclusivity. But so many of us go about our daily lives without ...

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from http://www.makeuseof.com/ 92 days ago

If you’re an audiophile, you are going to love this. With its various services, Google is amassing a vast amount of data right now. And sometimes, it puts this data to cool uses, like the newly launched Music Timeline, a project by Google Research. In their words, this is “a ...

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from http://www.makeuseof.com/ 92 days ago

This fantastic world of video games that we’ve created has managed to birth some of my favorite acronyms ever. There’s the SNES, MMORPGs, ROMs, and plenty more. In this article, I want to explore an acronym that is becoming more and more commonly mentioned during routine conversations in our gaming ...

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from http://www.makeuseof.com/ 92 days ago

Emails can be dangerous. Reading the contents of an email should be safe if you have the latest security patches, but email attachments can be harmful. Any type of file can be attached to an email, including .exe program files. Many email servers will perform virus scanning and remove potentially ...

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from http://www.makeuseof.com/ 92 days ago

For a while now, we’ve been offering our geeky t-shirts through MakeUseOf Rewards, but you could also win them by chiming in on our weekly polls, We Ask You column, and Caption Contests. By far, the most popular design has been Geek Element, which is great! We love geeks. But ...

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from http://www.makeuseof.com/ 92 days ago

Until 2 years ago, it didn’t make much sense to buy budget Android phones because of the sub-par experience they offered. But things have changed. A lot of the flagship phones from that time are now available for low prices, but can still hold their own and perform well. And ...

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from http://www.makeuseof.com/ 92 days ago

When Google Reader was retired, Feedly became the replacement for many users. Now Feedly has pushed out an update for its iOS app, which includes great new features such as speed reading, a night theme, and a whole new design for the iPad. These features have already been on the ...

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from http://www.makeuseof.com/ 92 days ago

One of the greatest video game franchises, Halo, has been shy of Windows PC since Halo 2 was released in 2004. Halo: Spartan Assault for Windows 8 changes all of that – but is it worth the price? Background Halo is usually only found on Microsoft consoles. Such is its ...

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from http://www.makeuseof.com/ 92 days ago

Aristotle once said, “All men by nature desire knowledge“, but is there such a thing as too much knowledge? As you’ll see shortly, when it comes to search query data and your SEO numbers, there’s no such thing as too much information. At the end of 2013, Google decided to ...

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from http://lifehacker.com/ 92 days ago

Side gigs (a.k.a. freelancing, moonlighting, side businesses, etc.) are all the rage these days. It seems that everyone writing about personal finance, career development, or just about anything else, is encouraging readers to start side gigs, particularly if those writers themselves have "made it big" with their online or offline ...

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from http://lifehacker.com/ 92 days ago

Android: If you want the photos you take with your Android phone on your computer to share or send around, you have plenty of options for fast, instant uploading. Previously mentioned SnapPea already lets you manage your Android phone from your browser—now it instantly uploads the photos you take as ...

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from http://lifehacker.com/ 92 days ago

Keeping a clean and tidy computer is generally a good idea—no one likes a crusty, speckled monitor or keyboards littered with so many crumbs the keys crunch when you press them. Thankfully, the folks at Apartment Therapy have a quick guide to cleaning your keyboard, mouse, and display in a ...

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from http://lifehacker.com/ 92 days ago

Chrome: Chrome Protector is a new extension that will let you know if you're running one of the Chrome add-ons that's been flagged as adware in disguise so you can remove it. Plus, as the community blacklists grow, the extension will update with new information to keep you safe.Read more...    

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from http://lifehacker.com/ 92 days ago

It's already awesome that you can open a web browser, type in a few details, and have hot, piping food delivered to your house in minutes, but it's equally cool that you can do the same thing and have gourmet or artisan food delivered to you from around the globe. ...

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from http://lifehacker.com/ 92 days ago

Readers offer their best tips for getting motivated, making a slim DIY wallet, and making your own Vaseline alternative.Read more...    

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