Do People Still Print Their Photos?

 

Nowadays, it seems that not so many people are into printing their photos. They take selfies and wefies, post them on social media, keep it safe in a cloud service, and that’s that. Trillions of photos will remain in their digital form and will most likely never see themselves printed as it was a decade or two ago.

No, this isn’t a grim fact. It’s just how things are these days.… Read the rest

3 Android Apps You Must Avoid

Top 3 Anddroid Apps to avoid

 

When you go to Google Play Store, there is always an app for everything you want. There are also apps that you don’t know you need. Installing these apps is so easy, even a 3-years old can do it.

Not every app is created equal though. Some are fun, some improve your productivity, some make you live a healthier life, but some just completely dangerous.

3 Android apps you must avoid

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Why Is WebP Still Not Popular Yet?

In 2010, Google first introduced WebP to the world. It was hailed as the best image format for the web. In Google’s own words WebP is …

“… a modern image format that provides superior lossless and lossy compression for images on the web. Using WebP, webmasters and web developers can create smaller, richer images that make the web faster.”

Well, it’s 2018 now and WebP is still not quite as big as Google had hoped.… Read the rest

How To Embed An HTML5 Video

 

Once upon a time, when HTML4 still ruled the land of interwebs, embedding a video to a webpage was like a gamble. There’s no way to be sure that the person viewing the page will be able to see the video. The main reason was that playing video on a webpage required a third-party plugin — Flash.

The big problem with Flash was it was a security risk and also crashed a lot, so some people chose not to install it.… Read the rest

The Future Of Online Video

 

If a picture can tell a thousand words, does that mean a video can tell a million words? Is that the reason why online videos are so popular these days? Oh well, the actual numbers don’t matter. What matters now is how important is online video today and what is the future of online video?

Live Video Streaming Will Thrive

With high-speed internet getting more and more readily available across the globe, streaming is going to grow even bigger.… Read the rest

RTF Vs. PDF – Which One Is Better?

Which file format is your pick?For sending and receiving files over the internet, people have been spoiled with too many choices. Still, there are people who question which format is better for the job. One question that often pops up here and there is RTF Vs. PDF.

If you’ve been contemplating which one of the two is the right choice, then take the followings into account:

  • What’s in the document?
  • Can everyone open it?
  • Should the file be editable?
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How To Protect Important Files On USB Drives

When you have important school or work files stored on a USB drive, you need to take precautionary measures to ensure they are well protected from prying eyes. There are at least four ways to do that; encrypt individual files, archives, folders, or the whole USB drive.

How To Protect Important Files On USB Drives

Encrypt Individual Files

For Microsoft Office files, you can encrypt the file from the File Permissions option.… Read the rest

How to Write the Perfect Resume

Writing a resume is a skill that every job seeker must master. If you’re in the job market, you should be familiar with the horror stories of HR managers simply glancing at resumes. There are also stories of how managers throw half of the resumes because they don’t want to hire unlucky people.

Well, you can’t do anything about the latter but you could do lots of things to fix the former.… Read the rest

How To Protect Yourself From The Dangers Of Free Downloads

People had always loved free stuff even before the rise of the internet. Now, there are so many free stuff flying around on the interwebs for you to grab at no cost. Or is it really?

“There ain’t  no such thing as a free lunch”

This adage as true when it was first coined as it is now. You either pay stuff with your money, your time, or something intangible that you just don’t realize.… Read the rest

Will MP3 Prevail?

 

Experts have been saying that MP3 is on its last legs for years. And yet, MP3 remains the de-facto standard when it comes to music files format. Even with the advent of higher-quality encodings such as AAC and FLAC, people still run to MP3 when they want to download their favorite songs.

Will MP3 Prevail?

Very likely, yes. People who enjoy listening to music are mostly not die-hard audiophiles.… Read the rest