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10 Pictures facts you must know this Sunday

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2.The word Queue is the only word pronounced same as first letterimages--Q
3.The earth we live in is the only planet in solar system not named after a God because human live here .images--earth in solar system
4.Elephant is the only mammal on earth which can not jump.019 - Copy
5.More people are killed by bees than by snakes.

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6.More number of people are allergic to cow milk than other food.
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7.Pure honey is only food which never spoils.Proved from Egypt Pharaoh tomb.download (3)--pure honey
8.Most of the dust particles on your bed are from dead skin.images--dust of skin
9.The longest flight in time recorded for a chicken is 13 seconds.download (30)
10.It is impossible to sneeze with open eye .download (17)--sneeze with eye

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70 of the Most Useful Websites on the Internet

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1. netflixroulette.net 
– Find something random to watch on Netflix.
2. pintsinthesun.co.uk – Find somewhere to drink a pint in the sun.
3. favoriteandforget.com – The most useful and educational links on the web, updated daily.
4. fpage.co – Warning: NSFW language. Daily links to enlighten and educate you.
5. ninite.com – Download all the free software you want at the same time.
6. squirt.io – Speed read the web one word at a time.
7. shouldiremoveit.com – Find out which applications you should remove from your computer.
8. avoidhumans.com – Find places to go in public that are not crowded.
9. keybr.com – Practice your touch typing.
10. oldversion.com – Get old versions of software.
11. readability-score.com – Find out how readable text is.
12. deadmansswitch.net – Have emails sent when you die.
13. mint.com – Budget your money.
14. roadtrippers.com – Plan your route with the best lodging and attractions.
15. duckduckgo.com – A search engine that is not following you.
16. padmapper.com – Maps out possible apartments/homes that fit your criteria.
17. zillow.com – Another great source for finding your next home.
18. printfriendly.com – Make any webpage print friendly.
19. printwhatyoulike.com – Print precisely what you want from any webpage.
20. privnote.com – Write a note to someone that will self-destruct after they read it.
21. freecycle.org – A network of people giving away free stuff in their towns.
22. couchsurfing.org – Crash on someone’s couch anywhere in the world.
23. recipepuppy.com – Search for recipes based on the ingredients you have.
24. pipl.com – A search engine for finding people.
25. charitynavigator.org – Evaluates various charities.
26. newsmap.jp – Popular news headlines.
27. radioreference.com – Listen to radio channels across the nation.
28. jimmyr.com – Link aggregator.
29. wolframalpha.com – A computational knowledge engine.
30. heavens-above.com – Follow satellites and constellations.
31. whatismyip.com – Figure out you I.P. address.
32. spreeder.com – Improve reading speed and comprehension.
33. simplynoise.com – Listen to white noise.
34. camelcamelcamel.com – Tracks prices for any product.
35. ptable.com – An interactive periodic table.
36. retailmenot.com – Find coupons for just about anything.
37. searchtempest.com – Search all of craigslist with one search.
38. join.me – Peek in on somebody’s computer screen.
39. thistothat.com – Find out the best way to glue this to that.
40. woorank.com – Find out what your website is missing, how you can improve it, and how to make Google recognize it better.
41. scribblemaps.com – Draw on maps then share them with friends.
42. mailvu.com – Video email.
43. rhymer.com – Online rhyming dictionary.
44. homestyler.com – Design your dream home.
45. wetransfer.com – An easy way to send big files.
46. pastebin.com – A place to paste text.
47. idlekeyboard.com – Make it sound like you are hard at work.
48. dropbox.com – Backup your sensitive document online.
49. seatguru.com – Find out where the best seats are on your plane flight.
50. unlistmy.info – Find out which websites store data about you, and tell them to unlist your info.
51. twofoods.com – Compare two foods..
52. gasbuddy.com – Find local gas prices.
53. sleepyti.me – Plan out your sleep schedule better.
54. ripetrack.com – Find out when certain fruits are ripe .
55. compassionpit.com – Talk out your problems with others, or help others yourself.
56. paperbackswap.com – Swap books with others.
57. swole.me – Plan out your meals better.
58. weatherspark.com – A graphical look at the weather.
59. network-tools.com – Various network tools.
60. amazon.com – The best place to buy things online.
61. writecheck.com – Correct grammar and check for plagiarism.
62. wakerupper.com – Send yourself a wake-up call.
63. pcpartpicker.com – Plan out your next PC build.
64. nophonetrees.com – Talk to an actual person instead of a machine when you call customer service.
65. loads.in – Find out how long it takes websites to load.
66. calorieking.com – Find nutrition information on various foods.
67. manualslib.com – A database of PDF manuals for various products.
68. eatthismuch.com – Create meal plans to meet your nutrition targets.
69. keepmeout.com – Lock yourself out of time wasting websites.
70. glassdoor.com – Research what it is like to work with certain companies

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The Geek’s Guide to Getting Almost Anything for Free

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Anything for Free

Does it pay to be Internet savvy? Yes. In more ways than many people imagine. Sure, the Internet is a great way to research just about anything you could ever want to know about; and it’s an outstanding communication, marketing, and entertainment tool. But the Internet can also save you a boatload of money. And we’re not just talking 10 cents off here and there. We’re talking free (and nearly free) stuff.

Want proof? Here are a few of the sites where a host of free goods are lurking, ripe for the taking

1. Craigslist’s Free Section: Looking for a computer desk? How about a sofa, kids toys, electronics, office supplies, landscaping materials or lumber? These are just a few of the hundreds of items listed in a single day in most any city’s Craigslist free section. People are generally honest about the condition of the stuff they’re listing, and many have pics, so you can see for yourself. If you’re a “Mr./Ms. Fix-It” type, you’ll be in heaven. But even if you aren’t, you’ll be surprised at the kinds of things people are giving away. Look for the FREE listings under the “For Sale” section of your local Craigslist board

2. Freecycle: Much like Craigslist, Freecycle is powered by the people and rooted in a belief that it is better to give items a second life, rather than filling up landfills and creating more stuff. Folks can list anything they have to give away, and others can browse the goods to find what they want. And, like Craigslist, you’ll find a ton of great free stuff through Freecycle. Unlike Craigslist, Freecycle is run through Yahoo! Groups, and you have to join your local group before you can give or get stuff. This makes it a little more of a process to find and list items, but advantage of this process is that it’s moderated, and people can communicate with the community at large. This reduces the likelihood of people listing garbage and describing it as treasure.

3. TotallyFreeStuff.com: Now we get into the realm of samples, coupons, and rewards. You might have to actually do something to get the free stuff listed at TotallyFreeStuff.com, but most of it is pretty simple. From just supplying an email address (have you set one up just for this kind of stuff?), to taking a survey, or visiting a website, the requirements are laid out for each offer and are all simple for the most part. They have some good stuff too – like a free sample of the latest Doritos flavor, a free 1-year subscription to SPIN magazine, or a Uniball smearless pen. Offers are submitted and rated by users, so you have a pretty good idea of what’s worth looking at before wasting a lot of time.

4. Yes All 4 Free: This site is similar to TotallyFreeStuff.com, but laid out in a very easy to browse format and with more detailed descriptions of all the offers. Check them out for free samples, coupons, and rewards.

Does it pay to be a bit of a geek? You bet it does. So, get your geek on, and fire up the laptop and get some free stuff. If you have other examples of sites you use to get free or nearly free stuff, we’d love for you to share them in the comments section.

Matthew Toren is a serial entrepreneur (Co-founded YoungEntrepreneur.com), mentor, investor and award winning Co-Author of Kidpreneurs (Basic Principles of Entrepreneurship for Kids). He owns Blogtrepreneur.comand writes for Contently.com.

9 Things That Motivate Employees More Than Money

  1. Be generous with praise. Everyone wants it and it’s one of the easiest things to give. Plus, praise from the CEO goes a lot farther than you might think. Praise every improvement that you see your team members make. Once you’re comfortable delivering praise one-on-one to an employee, try praising them in front of others.  
  2. Get rid of the managers. Projects without project managers? That doesn’t seem right! Try it. Removing the project lead or supervisor and empowering your staff to work together as a team rather then everyone reporting to one individual can do wonders. Think about it. What’s worse than letting your supervisor down? Letting your team down! Allowing people to work together as a team, on an equal level with their co-workers, will often produce better projects faster. People will come in early, stay late, and devote more of their energy to solving problems.  
  3. Make your ideas theirs. People hate being told what to do. Instead of telling people what you want done; ask them in a way that will make them feel like they came up with the idea. “I’d like you to do it this way” turns into “Do you think it’s a good idea if we do it this way?”  
  4. Never criticize or correct. No one, and I mean no one, wants to hear that they did something wrong. If you’re looking for a de-motivator, this is it. Try an indirect approach to get people to improve, learn from their mistakes, and fix them. Ask, “Was that the best way to approach the problem? Why not? Have any ideas on what you could have done differently?” Then you’re having a conversation and talking through solutions, not pointing a finger.  
  5. Make everyone a leader. Highlight your top performers’ strengths and let them know that because of their excellence, you want them to be the example for others. You’ll set the bar high and they’ll be motivated to live up to their reputation as a leader.  
  6. Take an employee to lunch once a week. Surprise them. Don’t make an announcement that you’re establishing a new policy. Literally walk up to one of your employees, and invite them to lunch with you. It’s an easy way to remind them that you notice and appreciate their work.  
  7. Give recognition and small rewards. These two things come in many forms: Give a shout out to someone in a company meeting for what she has accomplished. Run contests or internal games and keep track of the results on a whiteboard that everyone can see. Tangible awards that don’t break the bank can work too. Try things like dinner, trophies, spa services, and plaques. 
  8. Throw company parties. Doing things as a group can go a long way. Have a company picnic. Organize birthday parties. Hold a happy hour. Don’t just wait until the holidays to do a company activity; organize events throughout the year to remind your staff that you’re all in it together. 
  9. Share the rewards—and the pain. When your company does well, celebrate. This is the best time to let everyone know that you’re thankful for their hard work. Go out of your way to show how far you will go when people help your company succeed. If there are disappointments, share those too. If you expect high performance, your team deserves to know where the company stands. Be honest and transparent. 

The 5-step guide to fixing almost any PC problem

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Troubleshooting is curious skill. It’s part detective work, part methodical experimentation and part inspired guesswork, and part Zen Buddhism.

That’s a lot of parts but you need them all to be able to sift through a list of symptoms, identify the fault, work out an appropriate remedy and not go barking mad in the process.

Knowing how computers work is also handy, but it isn’t enough by itself and it’s much less important than you may think, now that all human knowledge is just a Google search away. Knowing the answers is all very well but the real art is asking the right questions. See what I mean about the Zen?

So I’m not going to give you a fish. I’m not even going to teach you how to fish. I’m going to build you a stinking trawler. Theoretically this ought to put me out of a job but in practice, the well of human stupidity seems to replenish itself far faster than I can pump it out, so there’s no need to worry on my behalf.

Before we begin, let us consider the tools of the trade, which are: 1. Another computer 2. A screwdriver 3. A credit card. That’s it.

The screwdriver I use has a nice flowery handle and a reversible, socket barrel with two double-ended bits so I can swap between Phillips and flat-head in two sizes each, but really, just the smaller of the two Phillips heads would do for 90 per cent of the time.

The other computer should be working and connected to the internet. Ideally, it ought to be a desktop PC of roughly the same vintage as the computer you wish to fix, but even a laptop is better than nothing.

Among the many things you will not need include: a set of watchmaker’s screwdrivers, needle-nose pliers, soldering iron, can of compressed air and anti-static wrist strap. I have owned and recommended all of these things in the past, but I’ve never actually used any of them except to impress people when I go round to their houses to fix something.

You’ll still see computer magazines listing this ‘essential troubleshooting toolkit’, but it’s honestly just there to fill up a page. You are now equipped to attack the five different types of computer problem, which we shall deal with in turn.

1. IT USED TO WORK AND NOW IT DOESN’T (“YOOT-WANID”)

This may sound like it could cover every computer problem but it’s actually quite specific. IUTWANID (pronounced yoot-wannid) means that your computer was working perfectly satisfactorily in the recent past and then something changed that either prevent the PC working at all or disables a significant component completely.

At its most extreme, this covers virtually every PC that won’t boot. At one time they did boot and now they don’t – that’s IUTWANID. Less severe examples include the sound suddenly disappearing from games or not being able to connect to the wireless network anymore.

To fix IUTWANID, you need to identify the thing that has changed. If you’ve installed software, try uninstalling it. Unplug any new hardware, use System Restore to roll back the registry. Don’t overreact and reformat – that’s effectively rolling back too far. You’ll need to undo changes in strictly reverse chronological order.

Sometimes – often even – it will seem that nothing has, in fact, changed recently on your system. This is a common delusion and must be resisted (or beaten out of you). Remember, it used to work. The temptation of course, is to assume that some bit in your computer has just broken, spontaneously and for no reason. This does happen but it’s very, very very rare.

A lot of the reason why computer troubleshooting is so frustrating for most people is because they leap too quickly to a ‘something must be broken’ diagnosis and spend ages swapping stuff around inside their system to no effect. So make sure you have undone every change to your PC first – every software install, every driver update, every patch and every new cable.

If all of that draws a complete and utter blank, you can start cannibalising your other PC for components to begin ruling out broken stuff. But the snag is that almost everything you swap will require its own drivers and installing these is itself a change to the system. This is another reason for using this as a last resort.

2. THE ERROR MESSAGE (“I-GAME”)

Every time something doesn’t work on your system and instead you get a window that pops up and tries to blame you, we call this an error message. The standard operating procedure in this kind of situation is to type the error message into Google (on the spare PC, if necessary) and see what results come up.

The good thing about error messages is that you can guarantee that at least one other person has already figured out the solution. The bad thing is that lots of the solutions are idiotic. Yahoo Answers and Ask.com are frequented by mouth breathers and you should ignore whatever they advise.

Forums attached to games sites aren’t generally much better. What you really want is a hardware or software manufacturer’s forum; a serious computer site like Ars Technica or Tom’s Hardware or Wikipedia (or, if you’re truly desperate, you could always try asking the knowledgeable folk at forum.pcformat.co.uk or the TechRadar forums).

If you can’t find anything from a top-drawer resource like that, try refining your search. You’ll need to try a different part of the error message as your search string, leaving out those hexadecimal numbers, or putting the numbers back in. If that doesn’t work try putting different parts of the message in quotes.

If you get it right, you’ll find a decent hit in the first three pages of Google results. If it takes more than that to get any solid results, you’re doing it wrong. Read two or three different forum threads on the topic if you can and do whatever they say fixed the problem for them.

The Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) is the limiting case for error messages and if you find yourself facing one, your best resource is going to be Microsoft itself.

First stop should be to take the specific error code for a spin on the Knowledge Base and follow the instructions. Because a BSOD is pretty catastrophic event, you can also treat this as a kind of IUTWANID instead, if you like.

This isn’t usually very productive, though, because it ignores the specific information in the error code, but if the Knowledge Base page is all together far too vague to be of any help at all, and you know you’ve changed something recently, this might be the quicker route.

3. IT’S MORE RUBBISH THAN IT USED TO BE (“IM-ROOTY-OOTY-BEE”)

“Rubbish”, in this context nearly always means slower, but this category can also be applied to worsening sound quality, sticking keyboards or increasingly noisy fans. It’s different from IUTWANID, because it refers to a progressive, chronic deterioration.

If you had 80fps yesterday and only a mere 20 today, that’s IUTWANID, but if you used to be able to play games at acceptable frames rates and nowadays it seems much jerkier, then we call it IMRTIUTB. The key word in that last sentence is “seems”.

Often slowdown is more about your increasing expectations than decreasing performance. When your PC is new, you’re excited and predisposed to think well of it, so the thrashing sound of the hard disk feels like the revving of a powerful engine. That same PC two years later is old and grubby and subconsciously you would love to have an excuse to replace it; now the hard disk seems to wheeze asthmatically. Same noise, different spin.

There are two standard responses to IMRTIUTB; upgrade or reformat and reinstall. Both are wrong. Money spent on an upgrade delays the purchase of your next PC and offers much less benefit per pound than a new system. Upgrading is also like trying to balance a wobbly table; each new component you add creates a bottleneck or an incompatibility somewhere else and what started as just an extra 1GB of RAM quickly becomes a new motherboard, CPU, graphics card and PSU.

Reformatting and reinstalling seems like it will get you back to the halcyonicity of a new PC, but you have to remember that all the patches, updates and new drivers downloaded since then will still need to be reinstalled and they were responsible for much of the original slowdown.

Instead, IMRTIUTB is best addressed by uninstalling things. Any game, demo, shareware utility or Internet Explorer toolbar add-on that you do not depend on for your life needs to be removed. If you have more than eight icons in your System Tray, get rid of half of them.

All software thinks it’s so important that it must run constantly in the background. This is incorrect. Whatever it’s doing can wait. Possibly for eternity. Any other kind of IMRTIUTB is probably dirt. Take the lid off, blow away the dust, run your keyboard through the dishwasher and stop eating pizza while you play Crysis.

4. RANDOMLY, A THING HAPPENS (“WRATH”)

We live in a deterministic universe. The movement of stars, the radioactive decay of atoms and everything in between is controlled by immutable physical laws. We just don’t know what all of them are yet.

If your PC crashes, halts, fails or stymies you, every time something else happens, then it’s either IUTWANID or IGAEM. If it only sometimes happens, what you have is RATH. From a wide enough perspective, of course, random faults are just deterministic ones whose cause you haven’t managed to identify yet. But some causes are better at appearing random than other causes.

Overheating is the classic example of this. Your computer mostly works when you turn it on, but somewhere between a few minutes and an hour after that, it reboots or locks up or the graphics goes very peculiar or the sound goes screwy. Overheating is quite easy to diagnose – rebooting immediately, doesn’t help but shutting down and leaving it for a while does.

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However, other ‘random’ influences are harder to isolate: radio frequency interference from nearby electrical equipment; heavy network traffic; dry solder joints on circuit boards, broken wires in cables; power surges in the domestic supply.

Be methodical, write down a hypothesis, devise a test, record the result and repeat the experiment to confi rm your conclusion. Or, just take it as a sign that it’s time for your next PC.

5. I CAN’T DO THE NEW THING (“ICY-DONUT”)

We all want to do the ‘New Thing’. The New Thing is exciting and wonderful. All the magazines are talking about the New Thing. Every website has banner ads reminding you that the New Thing will help you meet girls, earn more money and prevent cancer.

The New Thing is good because it’s new. But the New Thing doesn’t work on your old PC. It doesn’t fit in the slot, has the wrong number of pins, requires too much RAM and gives you unacceptable frame rates. The New Thing also doesn’t work in your new PC. It’s really quite buggy still, requires constant driver updates, doesn’t let you run in high resolution and causes all your USB ports to stop responding.

Faced with this, most of you will either blame the old PC or the New Thing. A few may even blame everything on the new PC. But in fact, the blame lies with you. It’s your fault for wanting the New Thing. It’s your fault for thinking you could just install it and skip merrily along. It’s entirely your fault for believing that the New Thing would be reliable and trouble-free.

This is not the way of the New Thing. Wherever possible, PCs should only have new software or hardware added in the first year of their lives. Doing this gives you a reasonable chance that your hardware configuration was considered when the developers were developing. After that year, you can continue to use your PC, of course; just don’t add anything new to it.

If the computer isn’t connected to the internet, you could, theoretically, stay in this holding pattern forever, but a networked PC will need to download Windows updates at the very least and your orbit will gradually decay. This, coupled with the fact that you will inevitably occasionally ignore this rule, which will lead to IMRTIUTB over time and when your PC is somewhere between 18 months and three-years-old, you will buy a new one.

This, if you absolutely must, is the time to invest in the New Thing. Stipulate to the supplier in writing that you are buying the PC for this purpose, thereby making compatibility a condition of sale. If possible, get the supplier to install the New Thing for you. Then it’s his fault (and therefore problem) if you get ICDNT.

The best approach of all, is not to do the New Thing at all. Wait a while; six months or a year. This will turn the New Thing into the Established Thing. The Established Thing is cheaper and has had the rough edges knocked off it. And the forums are already full of helpful advice should you run into IGAEM.

14 Super-Useful Yet Relatively Unknown Websites

Useful websites are a dime a dozen – however truly useful functionality for everyday people to make digital (or real) life easier are often hidden. Here are some websites that can help navigate that road and what they do. Or just have some fun!

  1. timeanddate.com – Includes incredibly useful tools including a date to date calculator that calculates the number of days, hours, minutes, seconds, even percentage of the year between two dates. Also includes working out all days, or only workdays. Optional time field and zone conversions available.
  2. rasterbator.net – A website requiring absolutely no photo editing skills that enables you to create full size, web-ready image affects that are also ready to print out onto any size paper and format – even large posters!
  3. 10 Minute Mail – A website that enables a temporary email address that will self-destruct after 10 minutes. Amazingly useful for access to websites requiring registration to subscription-based services without wanting all the spam that comes with it.
  4. Fake Name Generator – A website that can instantly create a fake identity – complete with phone number, address, birthday, nationality, country and even finances – you name it!
  5. Account Killer – A website devoted to helping you kill a social media profile dead, not just disabling it. Good for those looking to start their social media over.
  6. SkyScanner – A flight-scanning website that lists, in order of price and date, all the carriers offering a flight between destinations. Super simple use.
  7. Reverse Dictionary – Enter in a concept or related words, even a whole sentence, and this tool will attempt to give you a list of words that it thinks you’re after.
  8. Strip Creator – A website that enables you to make a comic strip quickly and easily – great for social media these days!
  9. Join Me – A web-based application that allows two people to screen-share. Great for problem solving issues from abroad or helping a friend out. Also great to simply use as a conversing tool over collaboration of content.
  10. A Good Movie To Watch – Great little tool to help suggest a movie to watch. Even lets you input the subscription service or services you’re subscribed to so it can ensure the movie suggested is available to you. Great for indecisives!
  11. My Fonts – A website that uses ‘WhatTheFont!’ to identify the font you’re looking for from an image, website or screenshot. Awesome if you’re trying to replicate a certain look!
  12. Adobe Color – Great for anything from Instagram wannabe’s through to professional web designers. Adobe Color lets you pick a colour tone (or range of colours) and suggests a themed colour palette to suit that style.
  13. Print Friendly – While we still live in a paper-using world, this is a super useful tool to transform any website into a printer-friendly version of it. Even complex crazy layouts are nicely converted.
  14. Google Trends – Last but certainly not least – Google Trend is an amazing tool that allows you to see, in real time, everything that is trending across the internet. It catalogues all google searches, globally, and delivers it in a super-useful layout so you can stay atop of whatever is trending. It allows you to choose what country you want the trends for as well as filter it by type. It’s like a hashtag, but for the whole web. Probably my favourite of this

26 Most Wanted Photoshop

Actions For Designer, Photographer & Digital Artist

If you’re a graphic designer, photographer or digital artist, Photoshop action can help you automate your hard work, such as applying a series of repetitive changes to a group of images. Here is list of 26 most wanted Photoshop actions that will give your images or designs stunning effects.

Animated Glitch

 Animated Glitch - Photoshop Action

This Action will generate a video sequence of animated glitch effects from your photos, logo or artwork. The effects are packed in clips and are easy to edit in the Timeline of Photoshop, in few clicks you’ll be able to make many variations and then export the file as a normal image, animated gif or video!

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Retro Painting Machine

 Retro Painting Machine - Vintage Effect Action

This action gives you a quick & easy possibility to apply an high quality retro / vintage / old style painting effect to your photos & images.

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Double Exposure

 Double Exposure Photoshop Action

Double exposure is a photographic technique that combines two images into one. With this action, you can create better double exposure in half the time.

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Neon Maker Action Set

 Neon Maker Action Set

This set of Photoshop actions will help you in creating high quality and hi-resolution realistic neon effects. Action works well with any kind of objects such as vector shapes any text and art layers.

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Sketch

 Sketch Photoshop Action

Simplify your life and do not spend hours of time trying to create effects like this manually, get it done in minutes with only a few clicks. Get this action and it will turn your photo in to a sketch.

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Square Potraits

 Square Potraits Photoshop Action

This action was made carefully using a multi language method and it has been tested on English and French version of Photoshop.

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Retro Vintage Text Effects Vol. 2

 Retro Vintage Text Effects Vol. 2

You can use it on simple text, shapes and vector logo. You just need to replace them into the smart object of your favourite style included. Create a great poster or flyer, a facebook cover, a magazine title or a website banner and give them the vintage touch.

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Clean Sketch

 Clean Sketch - Photoshop Action

This action is designed to transform your photo’s into sketch look.

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Materials Type Effects

 Materials Type Effects

Materials Type Effects is a Photoshop Action Set for styling Type or Custom Lettering.

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Neon Styles

 Neon Styles Bundle

These Neon signs are very fun and easy to customize. Simply edit with your own text, or if you wish to create your own template I have included the ASL files.

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Typo Portrait

 Typo Portrait Pro Photoshop Action

This is a Photoshop Action to convert your simple image to Typographic master piece. Results are very professional with minimal user interactions.

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25 HDR Photo FX V.1

 25 HDR Photo FX V.1 - Photoshop Action

Easily create true HDR or DRI photos from just one image or multiple exposures with these HDR Pro Photoshop Actions.

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Pro 3D Text Mockups V1

 Pro 3D Text Mockups V1

3D text PSD and action files to help you create high quality, elegant 3D text easily and quickly.

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Vintage Retro Text Effects

 Vintage Retro Text Effects Col 8

Create distinctive vintage typography with this retro text effect action.

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Leather Badge Generator

 Leather Badge Generator - Photoshop Actions

Generate realistic leather elements from your text, logo, shape or design in few clicks.

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Instagram Filter

 Instagram Filter - Photoshop Action

This action is designed to transform your photo’s into instagram filter look.

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Christmas Felt Maker

 Christmas Felt Maker

This set of Photoshop actions will help you in creating high quality, good performance and realistic results related on stitched felt effect. Action works well with any kind of objects such as vector shapes text and art layers.

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Smoke Action

 Smoke Action

Photoshop actions that will allow you to create realistic “smoke photo effects”.

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RainStorm

 RainStorm Photoshop Action

Photoshop actions that will make your images look as if they are seen through the wet window while it rains. Make it rain in your photos without getting your camera wet!

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Creative Retouch

 Creative Retouch

Make your photos look perfect with Creative Retouch photoshop action!

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Minimal Town Maker

 Minimal Town Maker

This set of Photoshop actions will help you to easily create a map from any shape. The final result is a suface consisting of block squares, no matter what were the edges of the original shape. Also, the final result takes the shape contour. Once you’ve generated the surface, you can add any vector shape items that are included in the kit.

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Low Poly Generator

 Low Poly Generator Photoshop Actions

Photoshop actions with styles intact that will allow you to create geometric low poly effects out of any image. The result contains easy to edit layers with layers styles intact so that you can customize the effect.

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Cartoon Text Effects

 Cartoon Text Effects

Very easy to use. Replace the text in seconds via smart object layers. Works with text, vector shapes or logos.

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Electrum PS Action

 Electrum PS Action

Incredible Photoshop action Pro with effect of electric lighting. Easy to change color, contrast and gradient of lighting.

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Cinematic 3D Movie Mockups

 Cinematic 3D Movie Mockups

Realistic 3D effect easy for you to make with this 3D Mockup. Easy to change the colors of the Backgrounds.

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Vibrant Watercolor Effect

 Vibrant Watercolor Effect - Photoshop Action

Photoshop plug-in that converts your photo in realistic watercolor painting. Just run the action and watch your drawing come to life!

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The First Poem Written for Computers

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			^"`$$-
			!*=@$_
			%*<>~4
			&[]../
			|{,,SYSTEM HALTED

For you somewhat cybernetically challenged, it goes something like this (using the proper cyber-names):

		Waka waka bang splat tick tick hash,
		Caret quote back-tick dollar dollar dash,
		Bang splat equal at dollar under-score,
		Percent splat waka waka tilde number four,
		Ampersand bracket bracket dot dot slash,
		Vertical-bar curly-bracket comma comma CRASH

AUTHOROMA

Welcome to Authorama.com, featuring completely free books from a variety of different authors, collected here for you to read online or offline. The books may have been published before, but not in this form, which I hope you find enjoyable to read and print. Feedback is welcome – enjoy the reading.

“The site was something I would never have thought to look for but as I’ve seen it now it has been a wee surprise. I work offshore on a pipe-laying vessel and spend six weeks at a time at sea, now I have a little library of works to read that I print off and use in my off shift.
The other guys on-board are using it too and it’s thanks to yourself we’ve got some interesting reading.”

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