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5 simple ways to organize your Google Drive

November 22, 2014
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IMAGE: LUKE LEONARD/MASHABLE

Google Drive is like your closet — you stash all your stuff there, but it’s not exactly organized.

The storage service lets users save files like documents, forms and photos. Depending on your storage space, you have a lot of room to play with […]

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Productivity advice I learned from people smarter than me

November 22, 2014
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Like all people, I’d like to think I am a productive person. If I am, however, it’s because I’ve been ruthlessly efficient at one thing: stealing secrets and methods from people a lot smarter than me.

In my career, I’ve had the fortune of […]

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The State of Web Design in China

November 20, 2014
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As more Western-based companies turn one eye towards the Chinese market, I get asked a lot of questions about the complications of designing a website for Chinese clients, and the technicalities of doing online business in China. In this article I’ll address those most commonly asked […]

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Curious Crowdfunding: Flow

November 20, 2014
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I remember years back I took a photo of my baby niece with an early Canon Ixus.

She asked to see the photo and so I did, but to my surprise she tried to view the rest of the photos by sliding her finger on the […]

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A Real-World Button for Controlling Your Favorite Apps

November 18, 2014
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As anyone who’s fumbled with an idiotic touchscreen interface in a car will know, sometimes a good old button is the best way to get something done. Flic takes that thinking and applies it to, well, pretty much anything you want.

Flic is a small rubber button […]

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How to Determine Your Freelance Rate and Get Paid What You’re Worth

November 18, 2014
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When I took on my first client, I had no idea how to set my freelance rate. Asking for too much would make me seem greedy. Asking for too little and I would fall into the trap of being overworked and underpaid. It has taken a couple years […]

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SourceLair Lets You Code Right In Your Browser

November 17, 2014
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Editing code isn’t that hard. A terminal, a little Vim, a little PHP, some beer, and maybe a few Google searches and you’re off and running. But what if you want to work on a project without compromising your personal server or don’t really have […]

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Tony Hawk Rides An Actual Hoverboard To Make Up For That Last Time

November 17, 2014
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Remember when Tony Hawk (and a heap of other celebs) broke our hearts with that super phony hoverboard video?
Eight months later, Tony is back with a video of him riding an actual hoverboard — or, at least, the closest thing we’ve got to date.
The board in […]

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Learn to Build Android Apps with This Curated Collection of Courses

November 16, 2014
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Android App Development | SlideRule
Want to experience the fame, fortune, or at least fun of making your own apps? Online learning hub SlideRule has sifted through many of the best free courses in Android app development to create this comprehensive curriculum.
This “learning path” includes 24 online resources […]

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Tim Brown — Universal Typography (SmashingConf NYC 2014) on Vimeo

November 16, 2014
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The web is universal and, in this renewed talk, Tim Brown shows how to practice typography in a way that is equally universal. Focusing on traditional typographic principles, while also embracing progressive enhancement, Tim explains how fonts, CSS, web-enabled devices, and user contexts coexist. Together, we will […]

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Can This Connected Toy Inspire The Next Generation Of Makers?

November 16, 2014
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DynePods are educational, programmable, connected toys designed to excite and empower the next generation of innovators!

So what exactly is the DynePod? It’s a small Bluetooth connected box with an LED display on the top and a range of sensors inside so it can detect things like […]

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Microsoft Takes .NET Open Source And Cross-Platform

November 16, 2014
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For more than 12 years now, the .NET framework has been the programming model for developers who want to build apps for Windows. But in its efforts to take many of its developer tools cross-platform, Microsoft today announced that it plans to take .NET to both the […]

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