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StarCraft II tutors, Street Fighting lawyers, and more--meet three gamers who made their passion into their profession.
In addition to capturing just about any kind of information, Evernote also makes it easy to whip up simple checklists and to-do lists on the fly.
Genbook and Schedulicity make it easy for your clients to schedule an appointment.
Here is how to make your Android phone open nearly any file type be it audio, video, images, and documents.
This dead-simple file sharing service lets you upload anything and share it with your social networks in seconds.
This handy little Android app makes it easy to track all your packages at once, complete with Google maps.
If you're a grownup, you don't have to put up with someone telling you to clean your room. Why should anyone tell you to clean up your inbox?
How to Get Your Business Noticed on Paper
When it's time to kill trees and print business letters, nothing adds a professional touch like custom letterhead. Every small business should have a stack on hand. Here's how to start.
Sure, social networking helps you reach the masses, but a brochure lets you show off your business in the real world. Here's how to create a brochure without paying a professional a fortune.
Want to see more than just your last 10 files in Windows 7's Start Menu Jump Lists? This simple tweak puts more documents at your fingertips.
Windows 7's built-in text enhancement tool lets you fine-tune your fonts to your personal taste.
This lesser-known feature in Windows 7 makes it easy to organize your workflow into folders and track them as you complete them.
Whether you run a company or are striking out on your own as a freelancer, business cards remain essential to your image and your networking efforts. Here's how to make business cards that help you shine.
Google Cloud Connect has added an easier way to open your Google Docs files in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.