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Print What You Like

Print What You Like is a Chrome Extension and website that allows you to take any URL and create a PDF, deleting anything on the page you don’t want (like ads). 54 more words

Language Learning

Improving the web, one word at a time.

XKCD is a wonderful strip. Sometimes Munroe’s posts are based in deep and often incomprehensible (to me) math, sometimes intriguing science, and sometimes the most violently twisted whimsy one could imagine. 239 more words


Chrome Apps Want to Help You With Your Stress...Let Them Do Their Job!

As you prepare for the end of the semester, make sure to take care of yourself. Take a few minutes to de-stress and in the end, you will be more productive.   102 more words


Google Keep gets support for #labels and a new Chrome extension — TechCrunch

Keep, Google’s note-taking service, is getting an update today that introduces support for hashtag-style labels and an update Chrome extension that will make it easier to save links to sites and add notes right from the browser.

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Product Updates

Update: The Android app is receiving a similar update that allows users to add notes right from the Share menu. Additionally, hashtags in notes now act as labels. 239 more words

Apps And Updates

The Note System For All Your Needs- Evernote

At some point, we all have to decide what our preferred method of saving information is. Some like their phones default note program, others may use Google Docs that can sync with other devices, and some may like the proven technique of pen and paper. 172 more words

Computer Software

Gestures Are The Better Way To Use The Internet

Do you use the back button when using the internet? Do you click on the new tab button to get a new web page open? How about closing those tabs, that gets to be an endless cycle. 144 more words

Chrome Extensions