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5 Free Open Source Apps for Your Computer

The following post is from Michelle of Mommy Misadventures: One of the things that always shocks me is how much commercial software costs! If you're looking for good, affordable software to help you do basic tasks on your computer, like creating documents, spreadsheets or editing photos, without spending a ton of cash, try looking at…

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Computer Spring Cleaning, Part 2: Dealing with Data

The following post is from Michelle of Mommy Misadventures: Last week, I covered cleaning your physical computer. For Part 2 of Computer Spring Cleaning, we'll look at dealing with digital clutter and organizing the data stored on your computer. Digital Clutter I have a confession to make: I was a digital hoarder. Looking through my…

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Snagit: The Secret to Getting the Gifts You Really Want

The following post is from Stephanie of BizzieMommy.com: I remember when I was a teenager I asked for black tennis shoes for Christmas, among other things. And while I did receive black tennis shoes – they were NOT the black tennis shoes I wanted. My then boyfriend teased the heck out of me. His only…

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Quick Tip: Order Student/Teacher Edition Software

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I always thought that the student/teacher editions of software were somehow inferior to the real thing. And then I discovered the secret: they're the exact same with a lower price as a courtesy to students and teachers. That means that teachers, students and, yes, homeschoolers can pick up software at a ridiculously low price with…

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CES 2011 and How to Prepare for Next Year

The following post is from Stephanie of BizzieMommy.com: International CES is the world's largest consumer tradeshow. This was my first year experiencing CES in Las Vegas and I’m still trying to recover from exhaustion and sore feet! It’s a HUGE convention – it took up every inch of the Las Vegas Convention center and even spilled…

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The Art of Digital De-Clutter: Storing Documents Digitally

The following post is from Andre of Pulse + Signal: As we get deeper and deeper into using the Internet for many of our activities, the amount of material being written around productivity and organization continues to grow exponentially, and the lines between our online lives and our offline activities are blurring. One way the…

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