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Today is the one year anniversary of Europe’s version of the Amazon AppStore, and to celebrate the occasion, Amazon is offering roughly $40 worth of apps and games for absolutely free – today only. The offer applies to users in Canada, the US, UK, Germany, France, Spain, Italy and Japan. The featured apps include World of Goo, Angry Birds (ad-free), SwiftKey, Paper Camera and many more. So happy birthday to [...]

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In fashion, designers often begin the design process, by first, sketching out their ideas. Fashion sketches often include exaggerated features such as elongated legs and neck. In this article, we will take a look at the work of British fashion illustrator, Hayden Williams, who takes the art of fashion sketching to a whole new level. Carmen Dell’Orefice A Trip To Tiffany’s Happy Birthday Mary-Kate & Ashley! Resort Ready Cruise Control [...]

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Nearly 50 years ago, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered a stirring speech on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial with the words “I have a dream.” Today, we’re sharing a new way to take part in this historic moment through a web experience developed by our friends at Organic and Unit9 for the National Park Foundation. Called “March on Washington,” the experience invites you to relive that moment in [...]

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Twitter released an update Wednesday that makes it easier to keep up with conversations on the social network. Now, Twitter.com and Twitter’s mobile apps show conversations in chronological order. Tweets in a conversation are connected using a vertical line. See also: 25 Twitter Accounts to Make You Laugh Up to three tweets in a sequence are shown connected on your home timeline, so you can catch up on a whole [...]

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Posted by Phil Sharp This post was originally in YouMoz, and was promoted to the main blog because it provides great value and interest to our community. The author’s views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of Moz, Inc. It happens all the time. People get confused, frustrated, and angry while using websites. They sigh, they groan, and sometimes they even shout. I see [...]

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In our digitally-driven age, most companies will eventually encounter a social media-driven crisis. Perhaps an employee accidentally tweets an insensitive remark on the company account, or the business is suddenly caught in a whirlwind of negative commentary on Facebook. Whatever the case, you need to be prepared for any blowback that might occur – and it likely won’t be comforting. Whether the crisis was instigated internally or externally, it’s important [...]

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Advertise here with BSA Adobe InDesign is a program used for creating print designs like album covers and books. A while back I wrote about some easy tutorials for beginners. But in this showcase I want to share 50 powerful InDesign tutorials which offer a whole lot more complicated solutions. The best part is that you don’t need to be an expert with InDesign to understand it all! Check out [...]

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An email apparently sent by speech-recognition software developer, Nuance, to its developers may confirm that iOS 7 will be released on 10 September. According to The Verge, ‘a developer named Owen Williams received an email indicating that iOS 7 would be released to the general public on the 10th, giving non-developers their first peek at the controversial operating system. The email comes from Nuance, which works closely enough with Apple [...]

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Two years is a long time to wait between getting a new phone and that’s why the carriers have come forward with programs like Verizon EDGE and T-Mobile Jump to expedite the process. Even so, you might prefer to go straight to the source to get your new phone while getting rid of your old phone at the same time. But how does that all work? Rumored to go nationwide [...]

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   In Part 1 of this series, we had a look at how the underlying protocols of the Web work, and how we can use JavaScript to estimate their performance characteristics. In this second part, we’ll look at DNS, IPv6 and the new W3C specification for the NavigationTiming API. DNS Explained Every device attached to the Internet is identified by a numeric address known as an IP address. The two [...]

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