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Don't think of travel time as downtime. Think of it as focused productivity time.
I find Microsoft Office 2010's ribbon interface unintuitive, particularly in Word. Here's how to go back in time to Office 2003.
Need to concentrate and get some writing done? These super-simple word processors dominate your screen, eliminate distractions, and help you stay on track.
When people moved from paper to digital files on a computer, it didn't take long to realize that you can get just as burdened by digital stuff as by hard copies.
Think you’re a Google master? Think again, and check out these 10 tricks and innovations that make working with Google’s services even better.
Want to remind your site visitors about upcoming events? Nudgemail's new widget tool lets you create automatic reminders that you can embed on any site.
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Sentiment analysis is not a new concept, but the tools tackle this ongoing task are increasingly powerful.
Here's what you need to know about the "hidden" Web. Learn how to compete for clicks and make your products and services easier to find online.
15 Common Tech Mistakes Small-Businesses Make (and How to Avoid Them)
Having to access Google Docs through a browser is perhaps one of the most annoying features of an otherwise excellent cloud office suite. However, two free apps take away a lot of the pain.
Google Docs has become a serious contender among office productivity tools, and it keeps getting better. These 21 quick tips uncover hidden, useful features to help you get more done with the Web-based suite.
Having trouble getting everything done all by yourself? Try getting by with a little help from your friends.
Cloud experts and early adopters offer up five entry points to the cloud
Learn about a Web service that lets you contact callers without sharing your phone number, an online tool that lays out newsletters with ease, and a way to get more free storage on Dropbox.