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Easily Create a Custom Wall Calendar for Your Clients

I recently went to a grand re-opening for a friend print shop. As a gift to attendees, they printed a custom wall calendar for anyone who sent in a picture. You’ll see a photo of one of those custom calendars at right. Do you realize how easy it would be …

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HDR Software Tools Redux and Photomatix Pro 4

I’ve written before about some of the software tools available for creating HDR images. HDR stands for high dynamic range photography and can make a good photo really jump out. As a recap, here are links to some of the tools I’ve discussed before. ReDynamix for Pseudo HDR Luminance and …

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View, Convert and Batch Process Images with IrfanView

One of these days I really need to count the number of time I use IrfanView on any given day. Even on a slow day, I bet it is at least ten times. Most of the time I use it to view a variety of bitmap formats. Sure, you probably …

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Learn All About the Night Sky with Google Sky Map App

When I was in grade school, one of our field trips each year was to a planetarium. It was cool, but I sure don’t remember much about the stars in the sky other than the Big Dipper. In more recent years I’ve visit the observatory at Kitt Peak for their …

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Keep Your Budgets Balanced with Quicken and/or Quickbooks 2014

We’ve all seen the US Government doesn’t know how to set a budget and follow it, but that isn’t something that works in a household or a business if you want to be successful. I’ve been a user of Quicken for my personal finances and Quickbooks for Unleashed for many …

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Free Tool For Selecting Winners of Facebook Promotions

Running a Facebook promotion on a business page has always been a tricky beast. You want to offer a prize to the winner that will encourage participation, yet you don’t want to offer a prize that brings in people who have no interest in your company and its products/services. Once …

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Store Important Information in Evernote and Retrieve it Anywhere

Every single day we get an e-mail or a phone call from someone who purchased something in the past. Some have had a hard drive crash, while others have simply misplaced the information. The user has lost the information we provided to them to log-in, authenticate or simply use the …

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New 64-Bit Corel PaintShop Pro X6 Delivers on Users Top Request

This week Corel released the latest version of their consumer digital image editing app, Corel PaintShop Pro X6. A copy of the software was not provided for review, so I am including the press release below. In addition to purchasing options from both Corel and Amazon, links are provided to …

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Technology Choices and Changes in the Unleashed Office

Typically I focus on computer hardware and software, along with complimentary products. Today I’m going to step back a bit and talk about some of the technology used in homes and offices. Over the past couple of weeks, there have been a number of technology changes being made in the …

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Twitonomy Provides Detailed Analytics of Twitter Activity

A couple of months ago, I gave you Five Tips For Getting Started on Twitter. Now that you’ve had some time to get your account set up and get to tweeting, it is time to see exactly how your tweets are performing. I recently found a cool site called Twitonomy …

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