If you ever wanted to be able to create your own interactive stories for others to enjoy then read on! In this article, we take a look at three different free tools that will let you create ‘interactive stories’ that can combine photos and videos and maps, as well as stories and pages that exist →
Want to share large files? Want to share large files without requiring the recipient to be online, necessarily? Want to share large files without having to register or create an account? If so, check out this free service. Jumpshare allows you to share large documents up to 100 megs (and 2 gigs in total) through →
What is the size of Iraq compared to that of, say, Texas? They’re about the same, with Texas being slightly bigger. I know because I did a quick comparison using Mapfrappe, which you can see by clicking this link (scroll down a little bit, to see Iraq superimposed on top of Texas). MapFrappe is a free online →
Ever wished you could keep a folder on your PC synced up with you Android? I have an active folder on my PC where I save my favorite songs that I always listen to, and I would like any MP3s I add to it to also appear on my Android. Or for example you might →
We said this before and we say it again; if you are looking for a job, one of the most important things for any employer is your resume. Previously we covered a tool, Resumesimo that helps you create visually appealing resumes for your work. This time around we take a look at Resump. Resumup is →
‘Two step verification’ is a really useful feature for securing your online accounts, which adds an improved verification process to protect your account from unauthorized use. Dropbox recently introduced two step verification to help its users secure their data. This post will show you how to activate it for your account.
This article is a follow up to my “25 free online courses for learning iPhone and iPad programming” post, for those who are interested in developing for Android. These online are in many cases the Android counterpart to the courses listed in the iOS post above. What these courses have in common, aside from the →