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The human body and its brain are pretty incredible. They’re also fragile and dumb. Realizing this can make your life miserable, or you can look at it as an opportunity and take control. Learn a few built-in superpowers you may not have known you had. All they take is a little practice.
Oh sure, Twitter is useful for breaking news, conversing with friends and the like. But what about pushing it beyond the limits of simply 140 characters? What if you wanted to find new and exciting ways to make your life easier, all without ever having to leave Twitter?
Via The Next Web
An anonymous foreclosure scout recently described the “ins and outs, all the dirty tricks, blatantly illegal practices” in a thread at Reddit. In fact as the thread became popular, the source deleted his comments out of concern that his identity would get out. His answers were preserved, however, at Pastebin.com (via Patrick.net).
Via Business Insider
Google is one the best and top Search Engine and if you use Google only to search for words and phrases, you’re doing it wrong. There are so many thing you can done with Google Search. The service is loaded with many advanced tricks that you can enable from that unassuming search box.
Once upon a time, iTunes was a simple program for managing the music you put on your Apple MP3 player. Now, it’s a digital media management juggernaut that can be found on the hard disk drives of just about everyone who owns an iPod, iPad, or iPhone. As iTunes has grown up (we are on version 10.2), it’s become more powerful and, consequently, more complicated.
Link PC Mag
So many of us in the small business community rely on Gmail as our default email provider, and with good reason! We use Google because it comes at a price point we love (often free) and it integrates with other applications that we use on a daily basis – like our calendar and To Do list. If you’re a small business using Gmail to manage your email and your customer relations, why not make sure you’re getting the most out of it that you can?
You can do just about anything to an image with Photoshop, but if you don’t have the cash to shell out, free program the GIMP—available for Windows, Linux, and OS X—can take you pretty far. Here are some favorite Photoshop how-tos that also work in the GIMP: