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Big List of Free Adobe Add-Ons!

August 11, 2014

by Adobe

Here’s a big ‘ol list of Adobe Add-On freebies for every single Adobe product out there.  That’s 16 pages worth!  When you get there, but sure to click on the FREE tab, then you can narrow down by which Adobe product you’re searching for by clicking on that product icon (Photoshop, After Effects, etc-) along the left side. 14 more words


6 Google Docs Add-Ons for #EroticWriters

Recently, Google added a new feature to Google Docs called “Add-Ons“. These ingenious apps help you to extend the functionality of Google Docs and increase the engagement on your documents. 452 more words


wandering in a new city

Royal days are over.Shit, college is over.I am back to the real world.I am in Delhi right now trying to self study for upsc or say waiting to get a government job.I am thinking to do job for few years and then i will come back again to prepare.These last few days have been weird.I got the worst room owner ever,had an awkward conversation with an unknown guy, lack of free net, nothing concrete for food, no bed to sleep etc. 51 more words


Bridging the Gap in Mathematics post 16.

The Problem

Every year we face the same challenge with a number of the students who have completed their compulsory mathematics and choose to study it past the age of 16, many are not ready or able to deal with the jump in effort needed to achieve a grade. 634 more words

Google Apps For Education

Must use Google drive add-ons

With advancement in technology now there are several products to enhance work productivity like Google Drive. If used dexterously Google Spreadhseet and Docs can enhance your daily life activities. 507 more words


An instrusive and virus-like AVG Secure Search on new Firefox tabs

Sneaking into the machine and using all possibilities to stay inside – against the will of the user – sounds like a virus to me. 117 more words


Day #4 - haunting a ghost bug; impressions on WordPress

Ill is this {asci-art}sy word and the way I felt yesterday, predicting myself a 30-40% productivity. I started by outlining the tasks to accomplish and decided to start with recapitulation of the day before  in(to) a little blogpost. 313 more words