I want you to start the year right with the best tech tips one could hope for in 2018.
This tip unfortunately remains as relevant today as when I published this article. The main idea is to develop ourselves as knowledge constructors by critically curating a variety of resources.
Are you ready to begin your journey into a new and virtual reality? Would you rather start with a pit stop in the augmented reality realm? These 7 apps are your starter kit.
So many of you wrote to let me know how much you enjoy this toolkit. Make sure you know how to build your own random name picker and do other fabulous thing in two clicks with Google Sheets.
It’s time to crack the whip and master your inbox. Don’t drown in the flood of email. Start here and be on your way to regain your zen.
This may seem like a very simple skill but can you answer these questions:
- Do you know how to copy part of your screen to a file on your laptop?
- Do you know how to copy your screen to your clipboard on your laptop?
Not sure? Just head over and refresh your memory, it is only a two minute read.
This was an absolute favorite this year. I received lots of positive feedback for these wallpapers which are ready to decorate your laptop screen. Be less ordinary.
The simplest of our best tech tips? Perhaps. The most effective? Definitely. Bookmark this article and never fail to use the right online timer for an activity.
Hear hear, the new Google Calendar has come. It’s enough of a design refresh that you should explore our piece and discover the new features available to you. Don’t get frustrated by this update, learn the ins and outs of scheduling your next appointment.
I wrote this guide out of necessity: WordPress is a big production now and you need steps to use it effectively. Cut though the overly complex interface, follow my lead and you will be able to design an amazing website with beautiful photos in no time.
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