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Love them or hate them, setting up conference calls can be just as bad as sitting on one. A new feature from AnyMeeting, one of our favourite web video chat services, at least makes the setup part easy — just CC the service on an email or calendar invite, and it replies with call info and a link to join, right from your smartphone.
There are a wealth of ways for kids to learn computer science and programming these days. Add to the mix: Google’s own CS First curriculum, a free program with a variety of themes for all kinds of kids’ interests.
iOS: If you’re sick of the boring grid view of your apps on iOS, Makeovr is a little web app that allows you to create invisible icons so you can customise your home screen in any way you want. Once you get those invisible icons installed, you can do a lot more with your home screen.
If you manage people or projects at work, you know it can be tough to get updates from coworkers so you can put all of the pieces together. DailyPulse is a web service that handles the process for you. It emails your team with the questions you need answered, collects the responses, and puts them together in a tidy package for you.
iFixit has always been one of our favourite sites for tearing down devices. The site has traditionally focused mostly on Apple products, but now the company has added an Android hub with over 250 guides.
It’s pretty easy to send just about anything to your Kindle, but if you’re looking for an even more automated solution, Kindlebox does the job by linking a Dropbox folder to your Kindle and sending anything over automatically.