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WordPress problems?

One of the most amazing features of WordPress self hosted is the automatic updates of plugins and core with a single click. On the last update, all of a sudden when accessing the admin back end, I got an error: Fatal error: Exception thrown without a stack frame in Unknown on line 0 Well, that […]

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Photo tips

I had to prepare a brochure on photo tips for my current client. The idea is that anyone leaving on mission would take one of the organization’s cameras and take photos. This brochure should help them improve their shots, which are mainly taken in conferences. It starts with a checklist: Signed checkout form Camera Camera Bag Main Battery fully […]

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Cost of going full frame full equipped: nikon vs canon

Thinking about going full frame (FX)? If you are a DX (not full frame) user, probably you have to start from scratch as probably most of your lenses would not work in a full frame camera. This is the perfect moment to rethink if you want to go for canon or nikon. They both are […]

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Peer to Peer banking

If you are tired of the high interests of borrowing money or if you are not happy with the return on your investments or savings accounts then you should consider borrowing money directly to people who has money to lend or lend it to people who need it. This is peer to peer banking. Both […]

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Remote desktop made easy

We’ve heard about tons of solutions to share the desktop. From commercial solutions such as gotomypc to share the screen using skype. In a recent long term consultancy I had to give training to users all around the globe. There was no budget for a commercial solution so I used my beloved mikogo. Up to […]

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Travel tips: who needs hotels anymore?

Traditionally when we go on holidays, we used to go to a travel agency where they could either help us build a trip with their limited options, or sell us a package (something still interesting). Now the biggest travel agency is Internet. We we create our custom trip, filter options like dates, type of travel […]

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Mini Stove

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How To Embed Practically Anything On Your Blog or Website

If you want the hands-down, easiest way to embed practically anything on your blog or website, have we got a tool for you! The nature of the web is such that sharing and republishing content is common — and often even encouraged. The problem is, we increasingly store bits of our data on various services […]

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280 daily diary

280daily is quite possibly the future of consistent journaling and the easiest way to create a searchable archive of your life. Secure, completely private, encrypted and safe. How could you put 280daily to use? Below are 7 possibilities. Journal. Realistically keep a journal, 280 characters only takes 2 minutes! Travelling. You’re too busy having fun […]

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Room 77

This website offers you a very cool service (in the US so far). Room 77 is a site (and iPhone app) that helps you choose the right room in a hotel. Normally you go online and book a room, and in the same hotel you could have very different room, one facing the sea, one […]

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Lanyrd Keeps Your Conference Life On Track, Via Twitter

Lanyrd,  via Twitter, track event sessions and keep up with favorite speakers — at all stages in the conference lifecycle. Some newlywed couples work to produce an offspring on their honeymoon. Most don’t labor towards birthing a startup. But that’s exactly what British entrepreneurs Natalie Downe and Simon Willison did on their post-nuptial adventure. After […]

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Google Search Chrome tips

If you have made the switch to Google Chrome, as I did long time ago, then this tips are is going to save you some time: Did you close by mistake a tab? Click Command+Shift +T and there you have it again. (Control+Shift+T for Windows) Going to the search bar? Click Command+L and the cursor […]

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iPhoto duplicates

Since I have my iPhone 4 I have noticed that iPhoto sometimes imports things twice from my iPhone, so I end up with some duplicates. I don’t know if this is due to the fact that I have tons of photos in the iPhone and in the iPhoto, or that this is the 4th iPhone synchronizing with […]

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Keyboard Shortcuts for Win and Mac

ACCENTED VOWELS Á (Aacute) — shift-opt-y (Mac) — alt-0193 (PC) — & Aacute; (html) À (Agrave) — opt-` + A (Mac) — alt-0192 (PC) — & Agrave; (html) Â (Acircumflex) — shift-opt-m (Mac) — alt-0194 (PC) — & Acirc; (html) Ä (A-dieresis) — opt-u + A (Mac) — alt-0196 (PC) — & Auml; (html) Ã […]

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Chrome tip

Accidentally closed a chome tab? Reopen your last tab with Ctrl+Shift+T (PC/Linux) or Cmd+Shift+T (Mac).

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