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Collect and Organize Content with Feedly

Collect and Organize Content with Feedly

Feedly is a great tool for aggregating data into one location. It doesn't really matter what category of information you are trying to collect, there are hundreds, maybe thousands of blogs sharing information about whatever interests you. Keeping bookmark after bookmark in your browser is ridiculous. You'd spend more time waiting for the web pages to load than you would actually consuming the content.

Unlimited accounts for your favorite services

Unlimited accounts for your favorite services

Sometimes there's an opportunity to use a service that is free (nothing is ever free BTW) but you are limited to the number of 'features' the service offers in their free plan. For instance Buffer. Buffer is a social media sharing app that allows you to connect to social media accounts like Facebook, Twitter, Google+, etc. and schedule postings to go out at times... 

Simple Calendar Sharing - Family, Friends, & Work

Simple Calendar Sharing - Family, Friends, & Work

Staying organized with events and reminders across multiple accounts and contexts is very difficult. The busier people get and the more people take on, the harder it becomes. Especially if you are running a side gig or a busy entrepreneur not quite ready to take the leap and quit your full-time job.
This tutorial will help you create...

Learn how to stop using your out-dated email address

Learn how to stop using your out-dated email address

Remember the mid-to-late 90s when the internet started blowing up in homes across the nation, the days of dialing-in with a modem and tying up your phone line for hours after you receive the month's AOL disk, and having an email address ending in whatever Internet Service Provider (ISP) name you were using (i.e. @rapidnet.com, @aol.com, @compuserv.com)? Those were the days huh? 

Everyone needs a change sometimes

Everyone needs a change sometimes

That's right. It's time to change your passwords. The internet needs to start looking at this topic as if it were daylight savings time. We all know it is a pain in the ass but it truly is a necessary evil. People like to take this time to replace the batteries in their smoke alarms, change the filter in the furnace, or swap out their snow tires. Let's all add changing our passwords to the list.