Let’s make things simple today, and share 13 resources that host copyright free materials (images, videos, photos, music, etc.) for use in any project that you want to publish anywhere on the web, and not have to worry about any legalities.
Google Docs is without a doubt one of the easiest ways to collaborate with multiple people on a single document. It offers a slew of features that make it easy to collaborate with others. However, there are always ways to improve, and thankfully that is where extensions come in. There are two particularly useful ones that I am going to take a look at today.
Camtasia Studio for Windows is probably the best software for recording movies of your computer screen but if your budget doesn’t allow for a $299 screencasting tool, the best free alternative is Microsoft Expression Encoder.
Running Windows 7 for the last few years, and then installing and using the latest version of Office apps like Word and Excel, I've started to accept change a little more easily. I've realized that while change can be difficult sometimes, ultimately it can make accomplishing things a lot easier, and it can really boost productivity.
Today Google Reader became the latest Google product to have Plus added to it. Now Google Reader users can +1 or share items to Google Plus, from within Reader. Google has made very clear over the past month that Plus will be integrated into all of Google's products over time, so this wasn't a surprising move. However, rather predictably, there has been a user backlash anyway. Writing on his G+ profile, Google Plus Marketing Manager and long-time RSS expert Louis Gray tried to assure everyone that they have choices: "We know that for some people, the changes to Reader will...