Some of the latest smart phones work well to capture your old photo prints. Once captured your photos can be easily edited and shared. Check out this video to see how I do it.
If you’ve ever wished you could speed up a video in Youtube, here’s how to do it in Chrome.
This is ideally suited to spoken content and I’ve been listening to audiobooks and podcasts like this for years.
It has been shown that the brain works more efficiently if the information rate through the ears is approximately the “average” reading rate, which is about 200-300 words per minute, yet the average rate of speech is 100-150 words per minute.
It can take a little getting used to but you will get used to it. In the mean time you can always start at 1.5x speed.
Consume content at twice the speed AND increase comprehension, sounds like a good deal to me.
If youâ€™ve ever wanted to swap your Draw Something words for new ones but have no coins or are too tight to spend them, hereâ€™s the trick for you!
Instead of proceeding with the dud words (or smelly ones like in the screenshot below), to get new ones just press the home button. You will then be out of the Draw Something app but itâ€™s running in the background. Now double click the home button. You will see all running apps.
Click and hold the Draw Something app. It will then be highlighted with a red minus symbol, let it go then click it Â again to close it.
Now reopen the app and select the game you were playing. You will now be presented with brand new words which donâ€™t cost you any coins.
You can repeat the process as many times as you like if you still arenâ€™t happy with the words.
Thanks to Jonathan Calvert of Houston, TX for passing along his tutorial for a quick and easy way to replace skies. Jonathan says, â€œI know there has been a hundred tutorials on sky replacement, but they all seem too â€œintricateâ€ for fast turn around real estate pictures, especially if you have multiple outdoor shots on each house and you are shooting 10 homes per day. Therefore, I did a screen recording showing the method I do.â€