7 Chrome Extensions for a Productive New Business Year

Whether you work online for someone else or for yourself, getting tedious tasks done quickly is essential. If you use Google Chrome, you can use business extensions that help you work faster Speed Up Tab Handling on Chrome with These 7 Extensions Speed Up Tab Handling on Chrome with These 7 Extensions Chrome’s built-in tab management features can help you manage tabs well, but extensions from the Chrome Web Store can do that job even better. Read More and with

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5 Fitness Challenges to Lose Weight and Get Healthy

A large portion of new year’s resolutions revolves around health and fitness. Participating in a 30-day challenge is an excellent way to get started on your goals while getting the guidance you need. These tests target different types of needs, from losing weight to exercising certain body areas. Some are time-based, while others are a pass/fail variety. Pick what works for you, and looks interesting enough to keep doing. Ideally, a fitness challenge should get you to find a base

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8 Most Useful Keyboard Shortcuts For Beginner Eclipse IDE Users

This article was originally written for Eclipse Juno but has since been updated for Eclipse Oxygen. I recently had two pair-programming assignments, each in Java and each with a separate partner. Going into this without much knowledge, my first partner suggested using Eclipse IDE, and that turned out to be a great choice. If you’re just starting out in Java, Eclipse is the way to go.In the past, I’d tried learning the notorious VIM editor, but despite all the VIM

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8 Ways Linux Can Improve Your New Year

A new year is upon us. For many, this is a time of change and reflection. This isn’t just a matter of adjusting what we do, but what we use. What we use just so happens to impact what we do. That’s why it’s great to be a Linux user as we go into 2018. Whether you’re looking at using Linux in new ways or spreading the free and open source values to other aspects of your life, there are

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How to Make an Animated GIF in Photoshop

GIFs are everywhere. The once-humble animated image is now the unofficial language of the web. GIFs are the quickest way to express an emotion on Twitter, and you can waste hours watching them on Reddit and Facebook. There are loads of places to find GIFs, including specialist services like Giphy, and you can even get iOS keyboards and Android keyboards that search for them as you type.But nothing beats making your own. You can create an animated GIF in Photoshop

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Why You Need to Be on Nextdoor, the Local Social Network

There are all sorts of niche social networks You Need to Check Out These 8 Niche Social Networks You Need to Check Out These 8 Niche Social Networks Tired of Twitter? Feeling Facebook fatigue? Try one of these much-lesser-known niche social networks instead! There’s something for everyone out there. Read More . There are networks for gamers 3 Awesome Social Networks Just for Gamers 3 Awesome Social Networks Just for Gamers Are you looking for a social network where you

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Tinder Privacy: 8 Things You’re Doing Wrong

Download an app, create a profile, swipe right when you like what you’re seeing, left when you don’t. Using Tinder isn’t rocket science. However, if online dating Online Dating – Men Don’t Get It And Women Don’t Understand Online Dating – Men Don’t Get It And Women Don’t Understand Do online dating websites work? It’s time for a frank discussion! What I learned from interviews was that online dating is equally painful for men and for women, but for very

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How to Make a Web Crawler With Selenium

Web Crawling is extremely useful to automate certain tasks performed routinely on websites. You can write a crawler to interact with a website just as a human would do. In an earlier article, we covered the basics of writing a webcrawler using the python module, scrapy. The limitation of that approach is that the crawler does not support javascript. It will not work properly with those websites that make heavy use of javascript to manage the user interface. For such

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Meltdown and Spectre Leave Every CPU Vulnerable to Attack

2017 was a bad year for online security. The rise of ransomware dominated the early part of the year, while data breaches (including the infamous Equifax hack) continued unabated. Toward the tail end of the year, rumors started spreading of a huge security flaw with Intel CPUs. Just as the sun rose on 2018, researchers unleashed a flood of information on two new exploits: Meltdown and Spectre. Both affect the CPU.Meltdown primarily affects Intel processors and is (relatively) easy to

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