Despite all the recent issues regarding NSA and users’ data privacy, we all know Gmail to be one of the best email services available at the moment. It is free, has infinite(-ish) storage capacity, is reliable and is usually safe. The problem comes when someone breaks into your account. Whether we are talking about stolen passwords or hacker attacks, no service or account is one-hundred.
Gone are the days when you had to pick-up your pen and a sheet of paper to note something down as some new tech ways have made their way to users. It would not be wrong to say that your smartphone is now a note-taking device too. It can do what your traditional method did with some amazing new features that you would not find in any other way of taking notes. So if you have an Android smartphone.
Chrome OS has a webcam app known as “Camera” that comes pre-installed on any device that ships with the operating system. And you know what? It’s actually pretty good. It’s not the most complex app out there, but it has quite a few features lurking underneath the surface that should please most casual users. The app is primarily useful for taking selfies, but with.
Back in the 19th century, a desk that you could use while standing was the bourgeois luxury of the time. Fast forward to the first quarter of the 21st century, and we’re seeing the trend pick up again. What’s happening? Did our centuries somehow collide with one another? Or are people starting to buy standing desks for good reasons? There’s a lot of back-and-forth going.
We all know where to find Creative Commons images, and we’ve covered that before here at Make Tech Easier. But where do you go to find Creative Commons videos? Just like with images, there’s a need to find videos that we can share legally. After all, not all videos can be shared with just a simple copy and paste. Some are protected with a copyright. The following are five websites.