10 Cool Keyboards That Are Likely From the Future

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“The best thing about the future is that it comes only one day at a time” – Abraham Lincoln Evolution is defined as the gradual development of something, especially from a simple to a more complex form. This doesn’t only happen in animals, but more so when it comes to technology. Take the PC for example-… Read more »

Windows 8 Shortcuts That Are Going Extinct

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“Every new beginning comes from some other beginning’s end” – Closing Time, by Semisonic. Microsoft just released its Windows 8 Operating System (OS)! The company, under its CEO, Steve Ballmer, is reported to be betting big on cloud and tablet computing. Therefore, it shouldn’t come as a big surprise if users discover that Windows 8 is optimized for cloud and… Read more »

Email Head to Head: Gmail Vs Outlook

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“There is no quality in this world that is not what it is merely by contrast” – Herman Melville   Last August, Microsoft introduced their new Outlook.com webmail service. There’s a lot of buzz going on around Microsoft’s new baby, so we decided to do a head to head comparison with the current king of email, Gmail. This… Read more »

Productivity On The Go By Using BlackBerry Keyboard Shortcuts

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In this digital age, almost everyone has a need to stay connected with their peers via the Internet. And with the current advancements in mobile technology, you no longer need to stay glued to your office chair to stay on top of news, emails, and other online updates. BlackBerry smartphones nowadays let you do most… Read more »

The Most Useful Google Drive Shortcuts

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“Simplicity boils down to two steps: Identify the essential. Eliminate the rest.” – Leo Babauta A few months back, Google officially launched its online storage service, Google Drive. It offers 5GB of virtual storage and allows users to work with others in real-time (as you can currently do in Google Docs). It also includes the… Read more »

Gmail Secrets That You Could Use

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“Hide not your talents. They for use were made. What’s a sundial in the shade?” – Benjamin Franklin For most of us, Gmail has become the email platform standard. It’s useful, it’s free, and very easy to use. The guys at Google also make sure that their email service stays on top of its game by… Read more »

Ten Tips to Make Your LinkedIn Profile More Productive

LinkedIn currently has more than 150 million members and is continuously growing. Indeed, it’s turning out as a very influential and interactive platform where people can network and feature their industry-specific skills and qualifications. Not only is it for job-seekers, it’s also for businesses that seek competent candidates for positions within their organization. There is… Read more »

How to Hack the Most Crucial Hour of Your Workday

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“Life leaps like a geyser for those who drill through the rock of inertia” – Alexis Carrel   Do you have tons of work on your “plate” today or for the rest of week? Try tweaking your first hour at work and see for yourself the amazing improvements that it can do. Without us realizing… Read more »

The Most Useful MS Excel Shortcuts for Financial Analysts

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“Productivity is never an accident. It is always the result of a commitment to excellence, intelligent planning, and focused effort” – Paul J. Meyer. In this busy era, keyboard shortcuts are heaven-sent tools for most professionals. These shortcuts help teachers, professors, students, professionals, and just about anyone who uses computers on a daily basis. This article… Read more »

How to Have Some Fun with Keyboard Shortcut Keys

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“People rarely succeed unless they have fun in what they are doing.” -Dale Carnegie This article is about having some fun on your computer using keyboard shortcut keys. It’s time to let your hair down, put your feet up the table, and just do something cool and fun to relieve some stress. Believe it or… Read more »