Lifehacker: Top 10 Free Alternatives to Expensive Software
Unless you have a company buying licenses for you, tools like Photoshop, Pro Tools, Maya, or even Windows can be a serious bite out of your wallet. Here are some more affordable options to those normally pricey apps that’ll help you stop fretting and get more done.
ITworld--With Zoom now virtually a household name (for good and bad), a host of other companies hope to be the next big thing in video. Here’s a look at what five of them offer, and what makes them different.
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Lifehacker--If you’ve been wondering why the free space on your Mac keeps getting smaller, and smaller, and smaller—even if you haven’t been using your Mac all that much—there’s a quirky bug with Apple’s Image Capture app that could be to blame.
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Walt Irby--Anyone can Google the Mac keyboard shortcuts for taking screenshots: Shift-⌘-3 for the entire screen or Shift-⌘-4 to select a region (or Shift-⌘-4-Spacebar to select a specific application window). You can even throw a Control in there to copy the image file to your clipboard. By default, the image will save to your desktop as “Screen …
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Sara Shuman--Let’s save the world from a thousand tiny moments of frustration. There are so many opportunities to redesign everyday life experiences, effortlessly, online, from voting to scheduling your next doctor’s appointment.
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Social Media Marketing | Social Media Examiner--Find a step-by-step guide to clearing the cache of Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn so your content looks the way you want it to.
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Our World in Data--The Internet’s history goes back some decades by now – email has been around since the 1960s, file sharing since at least the 1970s, and TCPIP was standardized in 1982. But it was the creation of the world wide web in 1989 that revolutionized our history of communication. The inventor of the world wide web was the English scientist Tim Berners-Lee who created a system to share information through
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