Want great games, but don’t want to pay? If you’re looking for the latest, you’re out of luck – assuming you’re not a pirate. But if you’re willing to play something a little older, you just might find something perfect for you. At release, games can cost $60. Wait a few months and that price will go down. Wait long enough and, if you’re lucky, the game might become free altogether. Maybe this will be part of a giveaway, meant to promote a sequel or a service. Maybe this will be the developer wanting to give something back to the… Read the full article: 7 Places Where You Can Download Premium PC Games Free & Legally
Imagine hoards of people all inside your industry, looking to partner with you in mutually profitable deals and businesses. It’s the stuff where massive opportunities come from, and if you play your cards right, your next business conference could very well bring your next big business opportunity. You may be forced to go to a business conference for work, but you have to keep in mind just how many opportunities such a conference brings. You’ll meet people who are as passionate about the topic at hand as you are. They are people who you can often lean on for free… Read the full article: 7 Ways To Plan Ahead & Prepare For Your Next Business Conference
Frontback – is a community of people who love being creative or just sharing their daily life, be part of it, take amazing photos to share with your friends and with people around the world. With Frontback you take a photo with the front camera, another with the back camera, and share them both in a single image. Literacy Center – Early childhood education is a team sport. It is most successful when parents, teachers, and children play and learn together. Research says it is important for children to speak, read, and write in their first language. For this reason,… Read the full article: Cool Websites & Tools – Childhood Literacy, Design Crowdsourcing, & Where Am I?
Razer. Logitech. SteelSeries. They all produce “gaming mice” that are supposed to enhance your performance in games that rely heavily on mouse usage. Whether you’re trapped in the addiction vortex of Dota 2 or simply nailing headshots in a first-person shooter, you may often wonder: “Do I need a special mouse to compete with everyone else?” It’s a valid question and one that can be readily answered. Let’s take a look at the features offered by gaming mice to see whether or not you’d benefit from them. Gaming Mouse Benefit #1: Precision Optics There are many who will tell you… Read the full article: Do You Really Need A Premium Mouse To Be A Competitive PC Gamer?
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You know the old movie quote, “If you build it, they will come”? Yeah, well, on the Internet that’s bull. On the Internet it takes hard work, creative thinking and constant monitoring. Where monitoring comes in, the best service around for the job is still the powerhouse known as Google Analytics. This week I’ll share with you a number of valuable data points you can retrieve from Google Analytics if you know where to look. At first glance, GA can appear to be a vast, complicated mix of charts and numbers, but it really doesn’t have to be that way…. Read the full article: Google Analytics Video Tutorial For Beginners
Google Analytics Video Tutorial For Beginners
Wikipedia is one of the absolutely essential elements of the Internet, but, as with everything else that has ever existed, it’s far from flawless. Bad writing, factual errors, and overly verbose descriptions of banal topics are all in plentiful supply. Which is where these three websites are entertainingly invaluable in helping us all keep an eye on Wikipedia and the content it’s throwing out into the ether. All of them are funny, all are useful, and all are definitely worth bookmarking for future reference. Citation Needed The phrase “Citation Needed” has well and truly broken free of its moorings and… Read the full article: 3 Wicked Wikipedia Websites [Weird & Wonderful Web]
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We’ve heard rumors that Amazon would be bringing some sort of Android device for watching videos and playing games to market. Those rumors turned out to be true, because Amazon launched the $99 Fire TV, a device not unlike the Apple TV, but with gaming as a perk. Of course, this is an incredibly competitive space, but if there’s a company out there that can jump right in and make waves, it would most definitely be Amazon. So how does the Fire TV perform? Well, we ordered the device itself as well as their gaming controller and tested them. Even… Read the full article: Amazon Fire TV And Fire TV Game Controller Review & Giveaway
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Muzic Genie – YouTube is the perfect place to find music videos of all genres and artists. But how can you play the ones you want in a playlist without constantly going back and forth? Muzic Genie is a site where you can search for YouTube music videos, and put them in a playlist. Make your playlist and let it run. No need to constantly go back to YouTube and change things. Cosmopolit Home – after Couchsurfing and Airbnb comes Nightswapping, an easy-access home exchange system. When you sign up, you begin offering nights in your home for free. This… Read the full article: Cool Websites & Tools – YouTube Video Playlists, Home Exchanges, & Music Concerts In Your Living Room
Dota 2 is a hard game. When you launch it and start playing, it’s easy to become overwhelmed. There is just so much happening. You have over 100 characters (called Heroes) in the game, each with their own set of abilities. You have a community full of players who expect you to know how to do everything right from the very first game, and it’s easy to just give up. We’ve already covered some streamers that will help you get better at Dota 2, but I am going to share some of my personal experience in a video that, coupled… Read the full article: 5 Tips For Dota 2 Noobs That Will Make You A Better Player
Chrome Remote Desktop for Android is now available on the Play Store, allowing anyone with an Android device to connect to and control their desktop (Windows or Mac) via the Chrome Web app in the Chrome browser. They say that an iOS version will be coming “later this year”, and access to Chromebooks is still in the works. The desktop version of Chrome Remote Desktop has been out since 2011, but this is the first time it has come to mobile. It’s entering a crowded market as Microsoft has had Remote Desktop applications for Android and iOS since last October. Still,… Read the full article: Chrome Remote Desktop For Android Launches, iOS Version Coming Later This Year
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