Archive for 'Guest Posts'
Posted on 25. Aug, 2012 by km.
It always makes users feel anxious when the Mac program is not responding to the order, users had to wait for the program restore response or directly kill its process. Most users are accustomed to use a way to kill Mac program processes, however, there still are many other ways helping users quickly kill Mac [...]
Posted on 21. Aug, 2012 by km.
Many people rely on their cellphones for more than just calling friends or colleagues. Smartphones, in particular, are incredibly important to their owners. These phones contain banking information, personal contacts, work information, and other personal details that should not be lost. Losing your cellphone can be a nightmare. If you have lost your phone and [...]
Posted on 17. Aug, 2012 by km.
Money is a topic that concerns everyone, be it a thriving businessman or a regular employee, yet learning how to manage personal finances wisely is a skill that doesn’t always come easy. How many of us have asked themselves the same question over and over again: “Where did all the money go?”, while staring at [...]
Posted on 02. Aug, 2012 by km.
Time is always our most appreciated currency. That’s a fact. In this dynamic environment and a fast tempo of living, we are struggling to manage our work and free time efficiently. In the ever-lasting search for productivity tools and methodologies, I am favoring mind mapping as an evergreen concept for boosting idea generation, logical structuring [...]
Posted on 26. Jun, 2012 by km.
With the growing emphasis on mobility and remote access in our society, remote desktop software is becoming an increasingly important piece of programming to have. Remote Utilities Free is a simple, effective, and free program that allows access to your PC from anywhere, as long as you can connect to a LAN or the Internet. [...]
Posted on 11. Jun, 2012 by km.
During the age of exploration, maps were made by everybody and included the information that each individual felt was the most important. Today, maps are created by a handful of professional cartographers and often reflect only geographic and political areas of significance, which is great unless you just want to know where the closest hand-tossed [...]
Posted on 31. Aug, 2011 by km.
The digital age has made it too easy to steal content (through downloading media or copy and pasting text that doesn’t belong to you) and it is never pleasant to find out that your hard work got stolen without your consent. Would you even know what to do in that instance? Unfortunately, it happens to [...]