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Kyle Webb

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Aug 05, 16

"Today, we are really happy to finish our one month long research and present to you a fresh showcase of professional tools and services. You'll find what is hot on the market and what everyone, including us, recommends in terms of awesome solutions to start using on a monthly basis.

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Aug 05, 16

"A forest of these trees is a spectacle too much for one man to see. Give you an easy creative boost, stay focused or just relax, because in all sounds of nature there is something of the marvelous.

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Aug 05, 16

"We’ve all seen cooking shows on television, where attractive hosts make witty banter while demonstrating cooking techniques in exquisite kitchens. Those are nice, but there are other ways to relay a recipe. Here on Vimeo, we’ve got a crop of cooking videos that will satiate your creative cravings for days. For inspiration on turning your favorite recipe into video form, we’ll break down a few examples into the essential ingredients.

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Aug 05, 16

"If you haven’t puked rainbows or swapped faces with a friend on Snapchat, you’re probably over the age of 25.  Snapchat has become one of the major social media players in the last couple years and is snapping up droves of users in high school and college.  Everywhere you look, students are drawing on their photos, taking video with funny filters and even making plain old phone calls using Snapchat.

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Aug 05, 16

"If you’ve mastered the basics of Microsoft Excel and you’re looking to boost your spreadsheet skills, this visual guide explains some useful tips and shortcuts you may not have tried.

This graphic, from Quill, features five tips and shortcuts you can use to become spreadsheet pro. You’ll learn an easy way to quickly copy data and formulas down an entire column, have Excel speak numbers as you type them so you never accidentally enter an incorrect value, and freeze panes so you can scroll down massive spreadsheets and still reference data easily. You’ll also learn how to create simple data projections with the Forecast function, and use pivot tables to analyze and summarize large amounts of data. You might know some of these tips, but even if you’re an Excel master, there’s still always something to learn. Check out the full graphic below.

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Jul 08, 16

"Explore the world of French vocabulary in this sound integrated guide. Touch or place your cursor over an object, word, or phrase to hear it pronounced aloud. Prove your vocabulary mastery by completing challenges.
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Jul 05, 16

"3D printing is a great way to create something truly personal, make your awesome ideas reality, or just make perfect replacements for broken parts or components. If you’re stumped for ideas though, here are 10 great resources for you to get inspired, or just find something you’d like to have printed yourself.

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May 28, 16

"Your citation automation revelation. It's free, it's fast, it's the most accurate.

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May 28, 16

"One of the challenges that businesses face when it comes to social media marketing is how to gain more followers. How can you find people to follow your business page and most importantly how do you find people that interact with your pages and share your content?

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May 23, 16

"There’s a function that not many people know about hidden within Microsoft Word. This is the “spike” function, and it’s a really practical way to cut and paste text. You can pull text from various parts of a document and then paste it all once.

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May 23, 16

There are over 630 different First Nations in Canada and I am not sure of the right process to map territories, languages, and treaties respectfully - and I'm not even sure if it is possible to do respectfully. I am not at all sure about the right way to go about this project, so I would very much appreciate your input.

I feel that maps are inherently colonial, in that they delegate power according to imposed borders that don't really exist in many nations throughout history. They were rarely created in good faith, and are often used in wrong ways. I am open to criticism about this project and I welcome suggestions and changes. Email me.

May 22, 16

"Comic words beginning with K are often related to explosive sounds. KA- and variations like KE- or KER- are used to intensify the basic sound effect.

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May 22, 16

"I present to you the Fibonacci Clock, a clock for nerds with style. Beautiful and fun at the same time, the clock uses the famous Fibonacci sequence to display time in a brand new way.

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May 22, 16

"Without strategic implementation, technologies such as Google Apps for Education are nothing but distractions.
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    If you are running a competition in social media, you must draw up some Terms and Conditions to communicate the rules of your promotion. As soon as you ask people to  ‘enter for a chance to win’ you will be running a  ‘legally regulated competition’.

     

    Your Terms must include things like who is eligible, what the prize consists of, the time frame for the contest, and how will winners be chosen. Not only will this cover your back, but whenever you have users asking you questions about the competition you can direct them straight to the T&Cs on your website.

     

    You must communicate the Terms and Conditions of your competition at some point during the course of the promotion, and it’s recommended that you do this at the beginning. The best way is to display them is to add them to a page on your website, so that you can easily link back and refer to them.

     

    Here are some examples from London.Gov.UK, Network RailConfused.com, O2, and Center Parcs.

     

    Social Media Terms and Conditions Template

     

    Here’s a go

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