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Stop arguing with your housemates about chores and food shopping.

Given the high price of rental residences in major cities it's hardly surprising that there are more and more share houses these days with several people splitting the cost of the rent and household expenses. In many cases, the first time they meet each other is when they move in - especially when we are talking about student accommodation. It's all good fun at first. Parties every night and new friends to get to know. But then comes the crunch when the place starts to get dirty and one person ends up doing most of the cleaning and another gets lumped with buying the food. That's the point ...  More

Hearth Dec 11th 2015

Don't settle for any old sitemap creator. Choose one the best!

No matter the size of your website, one of it's essential features will be a site map so that visitors will know where to go to view the things they want to see. However, while the sitemap is very useful for general navigation it can also be a place that attracts the interest of the search engine. You can create your own sitemap, of course, using one of the many apps available online. There are a squillion of them. Some offer HTML sitemaps that delivers excellent general navigation for web visitors while others offer XML versions that are intended to make it easy for search engines and ...  More

DYNO Mapper Oct 14th 2015

Save and share small parts of videos rather than having to keep the whole thing

I'm sure that we've all been in a position at one time or another where we've been watching a longish video on YouTube and found a part of it really interesting. So interesting, in fact, that we want to keep it and watch it again later or share it with our friends. The process at the moment seems to be to save the whole video to your playlist or to add it to the "watch later" feature. However, it can get a little annoying when the section that you want to keep is only one or two minutes out of a sixty minute video. When you share it with others, the best you can do is to tell them to tune ...  More

Eclips Sep 21st 2015

Take the hassle out of conference room bookings

You wouldn't think that there would be too many problems in managing physical conference room reservations, would you? One would figure that you just invite people after checking their schedules and then find a room and work out a convenient time for everyone. There are even models in Outlook and Google Calendar that work on that system. Unfortunately, it's not always that simple. What tends to happen is that some rooms get double booked while others remain empty - causing frustration on all sides. After years of testing, a company in Cambridge, Massachusetts has put together a faultless, ...  More

Roomzilla Aug 9th 2015

Create your own business courses to keep your employees up to scratch

Having completed various online courses over the last few years, I can tell you from first-hand experience that there's a big difference between a good one and an average one. The good ones are based on solid online learning techniques but remain relevant by incorporating the most up to date information available. They must be accessible on any type of browser - whether it be mobile, tablet or web - and they must be adaptable to all levels of learning. More and more businesses these days are having to change the way that they develop their workers' knowledge by creating their own courses ...  More

Geenio Apr 30th 2015

Web Mobile vs. Native Apps – App Designers Discuss Pros and Cons

Mobile Web apps have come a long way to challenge their Native app counterparts and a debate has formed as to which method is best. Both offer users and developers advantages and hindrances in platform independence, performance, user discoverability, maintenance and much more. One thing is for certain, organizations developing their mobile content strategy should be aware of the advantages and disadvantages of both application technologies.  More

Cheerp Aug 14th 2014

An exciting and addictive role playing game to keep you amused for hours

The Tower Defense (TD) style of video game is a sub-genre of real time strategy games where the idea is to try to stop an invading force from making inroads into your territory by using various fighting methods - and anything else you can get your hands on. I guess the genre began when Atari introduces the game Rampart way back in the early 90's. The graphics have changed a lot over the years but the gameplay is basically pretty similar. Hero TD - Ancient Continent is a multiplayer online role-playing game for Android, Blackberry10 and iOS that proves to be an exciting and addictive ...  More

Hero TD - Ancient Continent Jul 8th 2014

Analyze Common Core tests with heat maps

I guess the best way to describe a heat map is probably to think of it as a table or a spreadsheet. Rather than detailing information with numbers, however, heat maps highlight the same information but use colors instead. This makes it clearer and easier for experienced users to analyze certain aspects of information. Read Heat is an education application that uses this technology to better analyze students to see how they react and respond to questions posed in the new Common Core standards testing. It aims to find out more about how students respond to the latest formats of standardized ...  More

Read Heat May 11th 2014

A small business app to follow your leads

Big business has whole departments to follow up on any business leads in order to take them to fruition. They run vast CRM's that are overflowing with features and make sure that they do everything in their power to nurture even the merest hint of a lead and turn it into a business opportunity. That's not so easy if you are a freelancer, an entrepreneur or a small businessperson who might not have the time or the resources to follow things up quite as efficiently. Nectar is an easy-to-use and very manageable lead tracking solution that is designed for those of us that don't have copious ...  More

Nectar App May 8th 2014

A free crowdsourcing marketplace for hiring great professionals for your project

While we rely on the Internet for so many different things, one of its downfalls is, without a doubt, it's inability to show its personal side - especially in the hiring of professionals to do a particular job. This is particularly evident in business where facts and figures may tell one story but fail to take into account the compatibility factor, amongst other things. In truth, no matter how many ways we professionals try to sell ourselves online, there is absolutely nothing that has the effect of a word-of-mouth recommendation. ProfectMarket is a new marketplace for business and ...  More

ProfectMarket Mar 31st 2014

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