Capturing Screenshots Easier With Two Great FREE Apps

Capturing Screenshots Easier With Two Great FREE Apps
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Screenshots are so valuable, we don’t even realize how often we use them. We can use screenshots to document a work-related process, to create tutorials, and for those who are facing controversies at work, to record and log the conversations around the incident.

Screenshots are so useful that you’d think that people would work on finding the best solution for the way they capture screenshots, right?

However, that is not the case, most of the time. Most Windows PC users tend to just use PRT-SCR (Print Screen), paste their screenshot on a Paint file, and then save it as a .jpg or a .png image. It’s a rather clunky process, and it certainly could use an improvement.

But what if you can improve the way you capture screenshots on your Windows PC? What if we tell you that there are apps that will make the task a whole lot easier? Besides our Brosix app, which allows you to share screens and send screenshots easily to other users, these tools can help you capture screenshots when you aren’t using Brosix.

LightShot. LightShot is a dedicated Screenshot-creation tool that sits on your tray after you install it. After downloading the installation file and then going through the installation process, you’re good to go. To use the app, just press PrtScr, and a window will appear. Select the area of your screen that you want to capture, add your notes, captions, arrows, and even shapes like boxes and circles, to highlight the area you want to

indicate, and save in the folder of your choice. It’s that simple. LightShot is also available for the Mac, as a Chrome app, and for Ubuntu via Wine.

Jing. Jing is a free app from TechSmith, also the makers of Camtasia, the more popular screencapture tool. If you’ve heard of Camtasia, you already know that it’s THE tool for capturing videos of your screen, especially in the creation of instructional videos. TechSmith also created SnagIt, a premium app for screencapping photos and video.

Jing is the free version of these two apps: It can capture photos and videos, and you can even upload them to Screencast.com, but there are limitations in the filesize and the length of the videos that you can create. Neither can you edit the videos as you see fit, unlike in Camtasia or Snagit, but for basic screencapping purposes, Jing is versatile and feature-packed.

All you need to do is to install Jing, and when you see the Jing Sun, as shown below, you can then choose what type of media to capture (photo, video) from the crosshair icon, and you can snap away. You may choose one application window, the whole desktop, or even just a set portion of the screen. You’ll find that when you point the cursor at an application window, it automatically creates a screenshot space as big as the app window. You may then choose to upload the screencap, or just save it locally.

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If you want to check out more tools, here are lists of screen capture apps recommended by LifeHacker and TechRepublic:

And if you want to find out how to capture screenshots across platforms, Take-A-Screenshot.org is a very helpful website as well.

Have fun documenting with screenshots!

Photo Credits: LightShot.com, Jing.com

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Must-Have Accessories For Your Mobile Device

Must-Have Accessories For Your Mobile Device
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With the widespread, even inescapable use of mobile gadgets nowadays, it is not a surprise that accessories have become a complete must. Accessories serve to take care of the gadget, are a crucial part of its use, or extend its functionalities. Here’s a list of the must-buy accessories for most phones, tablets, and music players:

Earphones, headsets, or headphonesEarphones

Most Smartphones double as music players. While they come with a headset straight out of its box, over time, a headset will wear out with constant use. So replacing them with an equally decent pair is a must.

A screen shield

Whether it’s a liquid screen shield, or the plastic film type that you need to stick onto the device’s surface, protecting your device from possible scratches is a must. Yes, even if it’s armed with a Gorilla Glass or even a Dragon Trail scratch-free surface. You can never be too sure.

A protective case.

Phone cases not only serve to shield the phone from bumps, scratches, and wear and tear, but they also serve as an extension of the owner’s fashion statement, of sorts.

A folio case, one with a keyboard for tablets

Those fancy folio cases tend to be made of leather, and designed with a smooth, velvety surface on the inner flap that faces the device’s screen surface. These fancy things not only serve to add a little “swag” to your device, but the soft surface, the sturdy design, serve to protect the device’s screen from being pinched or scratched. For tablets, there are folio cases that have keyboards, which can be used when you want to be able to use them more comfortably.

Cradle, stand or even a gadget pad

Taking care of your device means that you should be able to set it on a surface where it won’t fall or get scratched. A cradle for a mobile phone would be great, and there are many options available. Some look like chairs, others even look like plush toys. For those who are more comfortable just setting their phones down on a surface, using a soft-cloth mouse pad would do. The goal is to protect your gadget, but if you’d like to make it look cute while you’re at it, it definitely won’t hurt to find a cute or totally cool stand or cradle to use with your gadget.

Protecting your phone, tablet, Kindle, iPod, or any other mobile device is a must. This list covers the basics of what you need to get for your favorite mobile machine, and help protect it from daily wear and tear.

 

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Five Things We Can Do With Today’s Tech

Five Things We Can Do With Today’s Tech
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I would bet that almost everyone would agree with me that today is a great time to be alive. There’s such an unparalleled access to information, and technology is making life more convenient by the day. There are so many things that we couldn’t do in the 1980’s, that we could do today. In fact, there are so many things that we couldn’t do in the early 2000’s that we could already do today.

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So here’s our list of things that we all could enjoy today that we weren’t able to do in the past.

Bring hundreds to thousands of books while on vacation. Creating the perfect e-Reader was a dream for most tech companies in the 1990’s. Today, we now have a vast selection of devices that could do exactly that and more, thanks to the trailblazing iPad, and the rest of the tablets that followed suit. And who could forget the original, the Kindle? Even as Sony is now closing down its eBook department, Kindle has made it possible to read, not just from the Kindle devices, but also on the different platforms that the Kindle app is available.

Not be bored in queues. From games, to messaging your friends, to posting your photos online while you’re in a rather long and boring line at the bank, on a doctor’s appointment, or while waiting for your flight at the airport, there’s now no end to the things you can do while you wait, with a smartphone, a tablet, or a Kindle device in your hands.

Listen to music, surf the Internet, and read books all in one device. Not to mention play games, as well. In the past, each device was limited for a single use. There used to be diary devices (remember the Casio Digital Diaries?) for those who like to keep their memories electronic. Then there are the Franklin Thesaurus devices, for your handy synonym needs. Then there was the granddaddy of the multitasking devices, the Palm. But even the Palm is eclipsed by the humble iPod Touch today. There are just so many possibilities for the new breed of devices, that it’s almost impossible to get bored.

Carry a whole computer in your hands. In the past, a computer would be so advanced to be able to host 48 KILObytes of storage space, in external memory chips at that. Today, it’s normal for a low-end Smartphone to be capable of housing 1GB of storage data, and even 1GB of RAM. In the past, huge, chunky computers would be so advanced to run a Word Processing program, Spreadsheets, and a few games, one at a time. Today, it is not uncommon for a PC to be home to at least three Operating Systems, and hundreds of programs. Not to mention the millions of Internet-based programs that you can run from the comfort of your very own PC.

Instant message on the go. Not only can you send SMS messages from your smartphone, but you also have access to thousands of chat apps that you can download and install from the different app markets. If your company runs an in-house messaging client like Brosix, you can run that alongside the different IM apps that you may have on your phone, as well. So even when you’re in transit, on vacation, or at home and recuperating from a bout of flu, your officemates can always reach you. And thanks to the other instant messaging apps, you can even IM everybody else on your friends’ lists, to let them know what you’re up to. And if you’re sick, maybe you can IM your mom to bring you chicken soup, as well.

 

There’s no end to what you can do with today’s technology in your hands. The possibilities are endless, and we’ve barely even scratched the surface.

 

 

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Making Shopping Easier With Technology

Making Shopping Easier With Technology
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There are people who love to shop, and then there are people who absolutely hate shopping. For both types of people, tech is here to the rescue.

For those people who love to shop, here are some tips on how to use technology to help you with your pastime or obsession:

  •  If you’re obsessing on a certain category of things, say, antiques, take photos of the furniture you find when you’re out and about. Taking and keeping photos of your wants will help you think the purchase through, especially if you’re an impulse buyer. Sometimes, the things you thought you wanted aren’t exactly the things you’ll want in the long run. In fact, what you thought was shiny today may not look so appealing the next morning. So instead of buying, snap a photo and think things through.
  • If you’re canvassing the price of a single item across different stores, it’d help to have an app like Evernote, which lets you create media-rich files, and checklists besides. So while you shop, you can create entries in a notebook which lets you add pictures, prices, and even checklists, if you have ideas for to-dos or more to-buys after finding one of the shopping items you’re canvassing.

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There are also apps that may help you with shopping, but it may not give you the same detail as an Evernote file could give you. They do, however, offer social networking functions that may prove interesting or even useful:

If you don’t really want to do all that note-taking while window shopping, you can just snap photos and group them all into albums for organizing later. Snap photos of the prices too, so you can take note of how much these items cost and see if there are cheaper prices elsewhere, or if it’s a buy that’s really worth your money.

For the people who loathe shopping, here are some suggestions on how you can leverage tech to avoid the hassle of going to the store to get your needs:

  • Shop online. But of course, right? But here’s more. Shop for Cyber Monday deals instead of joining the rest of the maddening crowd on Black Friday.
  • “Automate,” streamline, and have a strategy for your grocery shopping, the way Thorin Klosowski did for himself: I Hate Grocery Shopping; This Is How I Fixed It.

Technology is always expanding the possibilities for what a guy (or gal) can do. Whether you sit on the Shoppers’ side, or you sit on the Shopping-Averse Creatures’ side, one thing is clear: There’s an app, or a website out there, that can help you get your shopping done.

 

 

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Brosix Launches New, Mobile-Friendly Web Client

Brosix Launches New, Mobile-Friendly Web Client
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Brosix is now available as a web client for mobile devices.

The Brosix web client has been revamped to accommodate access from mobile devices and platforms that don’t have a native Brosix app. Platforms such as the Symbian, Windows Phone, and Blackberry do not have the native app for Brosix, so the new web client will be perfect to use from any of these platforms and devices.

To access the new Brosix web client, simply go to: http://web.brosix.com

The link redirects to the right client, as it detects which device or platform the user is accessing Brosix from. If you’d like to bookmark the respective webclients, however, here are the specific addresses:

Brosix Web Client for desktop: https://secure.brosix.com/webclient/

Brosix Web Client for mobile: https://secure.brosix.com/webclient-mobile/

If your company uses Brosix as your secure internal IM solution, there is no need to adopt a certain platform, especially if you have a personal preference. With the new Brosix Web Client, you now have the freedom to choose the device to use. It’s not only flexible and convenient, it’s also very cost-effective, as you won’t need to get a certain device or platform just to be able to use the native app.

 

To quote Brosix Founder Stefan Chekanov:

“Brosix strives to cover many platforms and give our users flexibility and convenience to communicate from any device.”

Indeed, here’s to the flexibility and convenience that the Brosix Web Client can give you!

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Go-To Websites For Excellent Content

Go-To Websites For Excellent Content
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Whether you’re managing content for promotions, you’re an ad agency creative, or you’re in charge of your company’s blog, there’s always a need to find sources of great, interesting content. Or you’re just the Average Joe or Jane who needs your information fix every now and then, and Yahoo! just doesn’t cut it anymore. Here are interesting websites you should follow, to get your information and entertainment fix.

TED. “Technology, Ideas, Design.” This is THE go-to website for “Ideas Worth Spreading.” It started out as a one-off event in 1984, then turned into a series of conferences in 1990. Today, it is the hub of information from everything spanning Tech, Design, Ideas, and even down to women empowerment and mental health. If you need a credible source of in-depth information, TED is the place to go.

NPR

NPR.org. If you need to be on top of current events, and you want something meatier than the offerings of the major media outfits, then you need to go to NPR.org. NPR is described by Wikipedia as “a privately and publicly funded non-profit membership media organization.” In the same article, Wikipedia states that the NPR “serves as a national syndicator to a network of 900 public radio stations in the United States.” This is why news items on NPR.org are more comprehensive and pack more details than the versions on the other websites. If you need to have a source for current-events content that’s meatier than the usual, try looking for leads on NPR.org.

Fast Co Create

Fast Co.CREATE. Fast Co.CREATE is Fast Company’s official blog. It’s not just a resource for cutting-edge reports on design, it also hosts entertaining content, as well as content that’s in touch with current issues and causes. Bookmark or follow this website for content that’s more than just industry news and a source for creative ideas, it’s also a place to get your dose of laughter or to keep abreast of today’s relevant issues.

Medium

Medium. What started out as a blogging platform that’s supposed to be the “medium” between Twitter’s bite-sized space and a full blogging platform’s unlimited-length publishing form has evolved into a social journalism platform. It is now a melting pot of professional and non-professional contributions, and a great majority of the pieces on Medium are worth reading. Medium was founded by Twitter co-founders Evan Williams and Biz Stone.

Thought Catalog

Thought Catalog. Possibly the most controversial post ever written on Thought Catalog was Charles Warnke’s “You Should Date An Illiterate Girl.” It sparked hundreds of spinoffs, including many versions of “Date A Girl Who Reads,” and even many versions of “You Should Date An Illiterate Man.” Hundreds of posts after the fact, Thought Catalog has grown into a go-to site for interesting content such as “14 Things Overthinkers Say And What They Actually Mean,” “Ariana Grande Superfan’s Dad Reveals That She’s A Huge Bitch In Real Life,” “Sometimes People Aren’t Meant To Stay In Your Life Forever, And That’s Okay,” and more.BuzzFeed

BuzzFeed. BuzzFeed’s content tends to be short, sweet, and viral, much like 9GAG with a brain. It was engineered to be a mill of viral content, and BuzzFeed’s teams have succeeded at reaching that goal. From creating short and image-filled content, down to serious long-form journalism, and even videos that are not only entertaining, they also fill your need for trivia, BuzzFeed has something for everyone. Bookmark and subscribe to their YouTube channels if you need quick, fact-filled or just good ol’ funny content.

With the Internet being THE unlimited mine of information, you can definitely get lost among the millions of websites designed to give you content, whether dumb, mediocre, or genuinely rich and awesome. If you’re the type who needs top-quality content, these websites we recommended are the best at that.

Enjoy!

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Buying A Tablet? Here Are Things To Consider

Buying A Tablet? Here Are Things To Consider
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Between a smartphone and a laptop, surely, your gadget “needs” are pretty much covered, right? Then, you see another iPad, Samsung Galaxy Tablet, Google Nexus, or a whitebox Android ad, and your resolve to keep your gadget lust tamed starts to crumble.

But before you reach for your credit card and start ordering a tablet online, consider a few things so you can decide whether to get a tablet or not.

Pros: A tablet is way lighter, and its hinge and keyboard-free design makes it easier to use for some activities that makes a laptop awkward to use.

Activities such as reading eBooks and having something to kill boredom with when traveling or stuck waiting for your turn at a clinic, are the main strengths and reasons to buy a tablet. If this is your main purpose why you’re thinking of getting one, then go for it!

Another strength of the tablet is its flexibility of use. It is bigger than a smartphone screen, and has no keyboard to encumber your use of it. So, it is perfect for use in sales presentations, advertising pitches, real estate presentations, and even in a hospital setting.

Cons: On the other hand, its processing and computing power may not be up to scratch for a different set of activities. Resource-hungry tasks such as editing pictures, rendering video, or compiling code, are definitely not doable on a tablet. Even high-graphics games may be a pain to use on a tablet.

Another weakness of a tablet is in typing tasks. Whether you’re busting out an email blast for promotion, or delegating tasks to other members of your team, or even writing a blog post, most tablets, even the iPad, could fall short of the task of letting you type long chunks of text. While a keyboard accessory may be able to help you lessen the pain, there are a different set of challenges with that, altogether. There’s the battery drain to think of, for Bluetooth-powered keyboards, and the extra bulk of another accessory makes it a little silly to have chosen a tab so you could pack light.

If being able to type on a tactile keyboard is important to you, you may want to consider a convertible, multi-mode device instead.

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The tablet could be the right device for specific computing needs. We hope we’ve given you guidelines that will help you decide if it’s the right device for you. Happy mobile computing!

 

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What To Do When It’s Crunch Time At The Office

What To Do When It’s Crunch Time At The Office
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I’m sure we’re all familiar with this scenario: You have three projects going on at the moment, and all of those are considered “Urgent” and “Important.” So while there’s a vague, faint voice in the back of your head that’s directing you which one to put first, the conscious side of you is panicking like a headless chicken.

In this tight situation, how do you deal?

Work on the familiar, regular tasks first. If all of them have the same deadlines anyway (today!), work on the tasks that you’re most familiar with. That way, your workflow will be faster and easier, because you’ve set aside the learning curve.

Productivity 1Work on the new, unfamiliar, or most challenging task next. Is it a new client? A business plan? A strategy-oriented task? Put it mid-stream, or two hours after you’ve started your workday and made headway on the first task. This way, your brain has cranked up, and is ready to take on a more challenging assignment.

Put the menial tasks last. Email, communications, filing, or data entry all go last in your day. By then, you’re most likely tired and ready to head home or pack up your work things and get some downtime. Putting the menial tasks last will enable you to get things done even at the end of your energy levels.

Yes, it’s a big possibility that you’d be put through the wringer on a regular basis, but when you figure out how best to use your energies, a challenging workload will be decimated in no time.

 

 

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Prepare To Travel With These Apps And Website Resources

Prepare To Travel With These Apps And Website Resources
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Traveling can be an exhilarating and exciting life event to tick off your bucket list. You can plan your trip any way you want: You may want to rely on a travel agent, or you can go through the whole booking process yourself. However, travel is not just hopping on a plane then going to your destination of choice. Especially if you’re traveling to another country, you may need a little help getting around.

Fortunately, the Internet has made things so much easier. No need to lug all those maps and guides-to-certain-countries books. All you need are your tablet, laptop, or even just your smartphone, and a few apps and bookmarks, and you’re all set.

Google Maps. This is probably the first thing you have to download on your Android device or iPhone. You’ll need a way to get around the unfamiliar city/ies you’re traveling to, and this is your best tool. Ditch the paper maps, and have Google Maps on your smartphone.

Travel 2TripAdvisor. Unless you have friends in the area who can take you around and show you through the sights and sounds of your city or country of choice, you definitely need to know where you should be eating, where you should be hanging out, and other such details. TripAdvisor is THE best place for learning where to go, where to eat, and even where to stay.

Booking.com. If you’re planning your trip yourself, Booking.com will help you get the job done faster and easier. Great deals, reviews on hotels, are all available on Booking.com.

Google Translate. You need to know rudimentary phrases to get by, right? And if you don’t have the time to learn the language of your target country, this is the next best thing. And if you really want to take learning the language of your travel destination to a whole new level, you may want to explore FluentIn3Months.com. It’s a great travel resource, apart from the language-learning program it has.

XE.com. You will have to be able to convert currencies in a snap. XE.com helps you do just that.

Here are some websites and apps that aren’t a basic travel need, but may come in handy:

Hospitality Exchange Websites. This is social networking for people who want to share their homes with travelers, as well as travelers who want to find more affordable accommodation on the cheap. CouchSurfing.org made the practice popular, and many other websites have followed suit. Airbnb.com has a similar concept, and is highly recommended online. RoomORama.com is more commercial in nature, and they perform background checks on both the traveler and the host. In any case, always check the feedback of the accommodations you’re considering, in order to see if it’s a safe and great fit for you.

Travel 1Proxy Websites. Some countries have nationwide firewalls, so it would be useful if you knew a few proxy websites. ClearlyDrunk.com is a good and secure free proxy website, but you may want to explore safer options like HotspotShield.com, or even a paid service like NinjasProxy.com. This would help you access blocked websites like Facebook.

Chat And Communication Apps. James Karl Buck, a UC Berkeley student who went to Egypt for a journalism project, got caught in one of the riots and strikes and was jailed. Thanks to Twitter, a one-word Tweet got him out of jail, and fast. While this is an extreme case of the need for communication, don’t forget to pack communication apps, including chat and microblogging apps, in your mobile device. You’ll never know when you’ll need it.

If you need a guide on how to go about your travel adventure, you may want to check out this list of travel articles:

Listgeeks: Helpful Travel Articles To Read by brosixlists

And if you want more apps you should pack with you on your trip, check out this list as well:

Listgeeks: Most Helpful Apps For Travel by brosixlists

Be a well-informed, ever-ready traveler. Arm yourself with these apps, websites and article resources, and you’ll have a great time seeing the sights and sounds of the places you’ve always wanted to go to.

Photo Credits: Pixabay, Flickr/Wilerson S Andrade, DeviantArt/WoronHeart, TripAdvisor.com, Google Maps

 

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Three More Social Networks To Add To Your Plate

Three More Social Networks To Add To Your Plate
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Maybe, just maybe you’re in dire need of Facebook rehab. Maybe, just maybe, you also need a temporary restraining order from Twitter. Or maybe, just maybe, you have to stop posting just one more selfie on Instagram.

But what if we tell you that you haven’t even scratched the surface of social media, and there may be three more social networking websites that you’ve either ignored, or that you have to start using, stat?

Why? Well, maybe you want to take a break from your friends and family on Facebook. Maybe you want to be somewhere quieter than Twitter. Maybe you want to be able to rant with impunity. Whatever your reasons, it’s always fun to explore new websites, meet new people, and learn something new.

WeHeartIt. It’s not an Instagram-killer, mind you, but the images shared are still striking, beautiful and interesting. If you want to find more infused-drinks ideas, more dessert pics that will get you to salivate, more couple and romance pics to send to your boo, then WeHeartIt is the place to hang out in.

Plurk. Plurk’s interface is way different from Twitter, but it’s one of those microblogging websites that have survived the test of time. While Jaiku never made it past the Beta phase, Plurk has established its own fanbase, and it’s still alive and Plurking.

Unlike most social networking formats, where the feeds are read from top to bottom, Plurk has differentiated itself by formatting its timeline and feeds from left to right. Left to the current and future, and right for the past Plurks. And for each and every individual Plurk, you and your friends get to jump into the conversations with a drop-down comment thread. It’s a great way to be able to see everyone’s brainfarts at a glance, as well as follow the conversations surrounding those if you really want to. If you don’t want to, then you can just keep your happy scrolling sideways.

RebelMouseRebelMouse. RebelMouse is a revolutionary social network in that you can turn your RebelMouse page into the aggregator for your major social networks, or you can turn it into a full-on website for one of the domains you own. You can use it as a fun splash page for one of your interests, a sort of resume page where you can showcase your skills and your portfolio. And for brand or social media managers, this is a really great option.

For brand ambassadors, marketing executives, and people who are looking to promote a product, one more social network would be just one more avenue to work with, and it’s a great thing.

For people who just aren’t happy with either Facebook or Twitter, maybe Plurk’s unique format is a better fit. In any case, the Internet is big enough for more social networks, and it’s up to you to make the most of it.

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