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- 10 Ways To Automate Your Life With An Android Smartphone
- Ten Android Tips And Tricks To Get Things Done Faster
- Epson WorkForce ET-4550 Printer Review: The Cartridge Slayer
- Why It's Better To Reward Groups Than Inviduals
- The Windows 10 Apps That Are Actually Worth Using
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Android/iOS: We’ve featured quite a few habit-building apps and tricks over the years. HabitBull packs all those principles in a gorgeous, free, cross-platform app.
Would you like to be more creative? Of course! While creativity is something you can cultivate, it can also bring along traits that may be viewed as negative. That’s not as problematic as you’d think, though.
Recently we heard the story of a programmer who wrote scripts to secretly automate almost everything he did at work. Most of us may not have the coding skills to pull this off but there are tools you can use on your smartphone to automate various tasks in your life. Here’s how to take advantage of those tools.
That digital NSW licence thing we heard about earlier this year? Yep, that’s official happening, according to Dominic Perrottet, the state’s Minister for Finance and Services. You’ll have to wait a couple of years for it though, unless you’re really into fishing.
The term “death by PowerPoint” was coined because so many people have abused the use of PowerPoint presentations. Often they are unnecessarily long and, visually, not that interesting, leaving audiences who have to suffer through them bored out of their minds. This totally defeats the purpose of giving a presentation, which is to engage people and help them better understand what you’re trying to say. Here’s a video on how turn your boring PowerPoint presentations into interactive slides with the Prezi software.
As 3D printing evolves and becomes a more common tool, new companies are sprouting up to refine the process and reinvent the way designers, engineers, and hobbyists work. Formlabs arose from a huge Kickstarter success to create an innovative high-resolution printer with an eye on quality and consistency.
Chrome: There are lots of ways to brighten up your new tab page, but Delight is one of the most inspiring (and beautiful) I’ve seen. It’s functional too: It combines your most-visited pages, the weather, your Chrome apps, bookmarks, and history, with a gorgeous time-lapse that makes you just stop and stare.