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Day: February 1, 2018

  • Being always in action, writing, tweeting, posting and sharing, engaging and creating, it’s rare to find a content manager idle with nothing to do. Regardless, some of these professionals somehow appear to be far more successful and productive than other individuals in the same industry. Here are some tips from the best writing service provider for all your academic assistance. While it may be ideal to use the tools to better your writing, you may also opt for hiring a writing company that would offer excellent articles and essays. If you’ve got a bunch of articles to write and it’s not possible to clear the workload before the deadline, then OK Essay – essay writing service would be the ideal company. Their team of expert top-notch writers are committed to ensuring you get quality, well-researched essays. What’s more, the company guarantees plagiarism free content since every article passes through an effective plagiarism checker. However, if you’re doing the work yourself, these ten tools will be crucial. Feedly – Limit your research to the important topics To establish relevant topics, most opt to search for content published in their industry to either modify or improve it. To avoid creating and checking long lists of blogs that you regularly visit, you can use this tool. Feedly gathers all the content you require in one place. You can choose your specific areas of interest to get related new posts. It also helps you plan your sources into folders while offering recommendations of blogs related to your subscriptions. TrendSpottr – Always stay ahead of the rest To promote and establish your brand’s reputation, you will need to gain extra traffic. You would also need to be sure to create awesome pieces on trending topics before your competitor does. To identify popular topics, trending phrases,...
  • If you own an awesome looking Wacom Smartpad and long to use it on Linux, I’ve some good news. Wacom Smartpads like the Bamboo Slate currently lack official Linux support. You’ll know this if you’ve tried to pair one to use with your Linux laptop or PC. But that is about to change. And it’s all thanks to — what else — open source. Finally! Bamboo Slate Support on Linux Two Red Hat developers have launched a new open-source project called ‘Tuhi’ that brings support for Wacom Smartpad devices to Linux. OMGUbuntu I am all for this but not sure how many users that need Wacom tablets are using Linux.
  • Microsoft posted its second quarter of its 2018 financial results today, reporting revenue of $28.9 billion and net income of $7.5 billion. Revenue has jumped 12 percent year-over-year during the holiday quarter, and the trend of Microsoft’s success with the cloud has continued. This time around, Azure revenue has increased by a massive 98 percent. The Verge Microsoft really turned the corner from where it was under the Steve Balmer leadership. They stopped chasing Apple and focuses on what is important to them and what they do best.
  • Shh, don’t tell anyone, but the iPad version is in internal testing and looking great. It’ll take a little longer to bake, so we’re going to roll out it to our TestFlight users early next month and get feedback from them before making it widely available. Thanks for using Edge! Twitter Microsoft Edge engineer Sean Lyndersay confirmed it via Twitter not sure how many users will actually use it.
  • Microsoft To-Do, which will eventually replace Wunderlist, is getting a few new features. Well, it will eventually get new features as Microsoft has indicated that work has begun on adding new functionality to the bare-bones task-management application. The UserVoice page for To-Do was updated a few weeks ago to indicate that the company is now developing sub-tasks and shared lists. For those that use the app, this is good news, but if Microsoft wants to truly grab market share in this area, they need to speed up the development ten-fold. Thurrott I never really needed a todo app till I got one and now I love it and can’t live without it and Microsoft is adding the To-Do App to Office365
  • February 1, 2018

    BLS – Google Pixel 2 Review

    In this episode, we review the Google Pixel 2 and talk about using Android vs iOS. We talk about Google making moving from iOS to Android easy. We get into touch id we talk about the iPhone X and the disappearing home button. We get into the Google Pixel 2 being Verizon exclusive and much more…