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Canon G7 X Mark II Is Powerful Point and Shoot Camera

Smartphone cameras are very powerful, but they aren’t always enough to capture the photos you want. DSLRs are more expensive and too bulky to carry in your pocket. Point and shoot cameras are a good compromise between the two. A really good point and shoot is the Canon G7 X …

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Unleashed Move to Windows 10 Complete

I told you about about a month ago that Free Upgrades to Windows 10 End of July 29, 2016. This means that any user still on Windows 7 or 8.1 will need to make a decision about moving to Windows 10 before the deadline. While I can make the decision …

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Tech News Digest for June 12, 2016

Working in the tech industry, I read quite a few news items that are related to tech. There are times when I find something so compelling that I dedicate a blog post to the subject. I’ll often see stories that I think you, my loyal readers, would find interesting even …

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Removing Extra SVG Info When Importing to CorelDRAW

Since SVG is the vector format of the Internet, it is more common to receive vector artwork in SVG format. While CorelDRAW can import SVG files, it often has a little extra junk that I want to eliminate. Below is a screenshot of the Object Manager Docker right after the …

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Best Router For Most People – TP-LINK Archer C7

Nearly every home has a wireless router these days. It is how we connect our devices to the Internet. What we all desire is a fast connection and range that covers a large area. While many newer routers claim insane speeds, very few people have an Internet connection that can …

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Beginning in CorelDRAW – My Thoughts

Last week Jeff Harrison wrote a post entitled Where to Begin in which he offered advice to a user wanting to know where to begin in learning CorelDRAW. As part of the post, Jeff even included a picture of the various CorelDRAW training materials he has in his personal library. …

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Keeping Your Accounts and Data Safe

Most users have unsafe computing habits. This leads to their accounts getting hacked, their identity being stolen and other very costly attacks. One of the worst are the constantly changing variants to the Cryptolocker infection. So how do we fix and/or avoid this? First and foremost, you have to use …

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Publish Your WordPress Content to Facebook Instant Articles

Facebook is certainly pushing to become the hub for more and more online content. For a few months they were testing a new program called Instant Articles and they rolled to out to all page publishers on April 15, 2016. First, let’s discuss Instant Articles and how it functions and …

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Where to Begin

A CorelDRAW Semi-Noob asks: I’ve been using CorelDraw for a little while now, but only for simple edits. I want to learn more about how to use the program. Can anyone recommend a good tutorial to watch that goes over different things in order? I’d like to be able to …

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Setting Up Successful Ecommerce Site Requires Many Decisions

There are many factors involved in setting up a successful e-commerce Web site. I put together a detailed post on our Web Design Solutions Unleashed site listing many of them. I encourage you all to read Important Decisions When Developing An E-Commerce Web Site and go through the list of …

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Xara Photo & Graphic Designer 365 Now Available

Xara has released the latest version of their Photo & Graphic Designer. Below is the press release describing the new version. Links are included if you want to download the free trial or purchase a copy. New Release – Xara Photo & Graphic Designer 365 Xara announces a new release …

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Updating the Social Media Branding for Unleashed

Social media is an ever changing space and Unleashed has also undergone some significant changes in the past year with all the new properties we’ve launched. So it was time to redo the branding on our social media properties. The right branding for your properties really depends on your own …

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SanDisk USB Flash Drive Puts 64GB In Your Pocket

SanDisk Ultra CZ48 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive

It seems like once a year I look at the latest and greatest USB flash drives and each year I find the capacities have gotten larger and the prices have gotten smaller. My latest search show that the trend continues. While I can easily suggest smaller capacity drives, it just …

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Dramatic SEO Improvement With Minor Page Changes

Authentic Nelson Mandela Ballot from 1994 South Africa election

Search Engine Optimization can sometimes be very frustrating. If you are trying to improve your ranking in a very competitive segment, moving a page up even a spot or two in the rankings can take a lot of work. But we had a recent situation where some minor page changes …

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Moving Mailings to MailChimp and Lists We Offer

A week ago, I shared Evaluating Different Mailing Services and discussed that we were testing a new service to send mailings to subscribed readers. The tests all went very well and we have now migrated all of our lists and mailings to MailChimp. We were already familiar with the service …

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Review of Xara Web Designer 365 Premium

The folks at Xara are not only keeping up with what Web designers want & need, they’re pushing Web design boundaries in all the right ways. The bells & whistles are all there in Xara Web Designer 365 – parallax scrolling effects, sticky elements, animations, photo grids, smart shapes, clipart, …

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