This week we learned some healthy options for folks who hate cooking, fixed up our privacy holes, learned what happens to our Gmail accounts when we expire, and more. Here’s a look back.
One of the barriers for healthy eating is the time it takes to actually prepare a healthy meal. If you already don’t like the idea of cooking, making a well-rounded meal is even more of a daunting task. More »
When its time to buckle down and get some serious work done, we would hope that you have a go-to productivity method or technique that works best for your workflow. More »
You use a handful of web services every day, but perhaps none holds more of your personal information than your Gmail account. So what happens to your Gmail account should you end up in that big archive folder in the sky? More »
Think about it: Peeling boiled eggs is really unnecessary, when you can just cut right through it and spoon it out.
This time-saving tip is brought to you by Kami from the NoBiggie blog. More »
Web development and design are two great skills to have because they allow you to work from anywhere and create amazing, beautiful sites and apps. Nonetheless, it can be hard to get started when you don’t know what to do. More »
In the past couple of days, a charitable campaign called Kony 2012 has spread across the internet with a momentum normally reserved for cats, mostly due to a compelling 30-minute viral video condemning an unambiguously evil figurehead. More »
One of the biggest complaints or obstacles people have about starting a side business or moonlighting is they just don’t have any free time. They have full-time jobs, families, school. More »
Apple unveiled the next-generation iPad tablet today, with a super-sharp display (2048 x 1536 pixels, which is 1 million more pixels than HDTV) and quad-core graphics-four times the performance of the iPad 2. More »
Whether the protective toilet-seat covers found in public restrooms are all that effective or just provide a little peace of mind, if you’ve ever used one, you know keeping one in place while you sit down often requires some significant body contortions. More »