Category Archives: Productivity

Free image editors: offline

I was doing a search on free image editors, and that’s how I discovered that there are more in existence than I was aware of.

If you can afford programs like Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator or Adobe Fireworks, then these free editors may not interest you. I’m always looking for ways to save a little money, though.

This post is about free image editors that you can use offline through an application download.

To see a list of free, online only image editors, go to this post.

Now let’s take a look at the contents of this post.

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Free image editors: online

I was doing a search on free image editors, and that’s how I discovered that there are more in existence than I was aware of.

This post is about free image editors that you can use online in your browser.

To see a list of free, offline only image editors, go to this post.

Now let’s take a look at the contents of this post.

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Nutshell Mail brings Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, MySpace and more to your Inbox

Have they blocked Twitter and other social media sites in your workplace?

Do you have email?

Problem solved!

Nutshell Maila free service provided by Constant Contact, allows you to receive and respond to updates in your email Inbox from FacebookTwitterLinkedInMySpaceNingYouTubeYelpFoursquare and Citysearch.

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Dropbox “allows you to sync files online and across computers automatically”

It’s not inconceivable that many of us may have at most (or at least) four devices we use to connect to the web to conduct business and/or leisure. We could have a desktop computer in our study at the house, a notebook/laptop computer that goes with us wherever we can take it, a smartphone or PDA to fill in when we can’t take our notebook/laptop, and a work computer on our desk at the job.

Because we have all these devices, it’s very possible that we find ourselves uber frustrated when we realize that something we desperately need is on our work computer, but we’re at home or out of town and can’t get to that particular computer or to the work VPN (virtual private network). We need that file, image, video, whatever is it, to do that thing we need to do.

Enter: Dropbox

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