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Video of the Day
More than 48 hours of video content gets uploaded every minute to YouTube alone. Some of these videos are entertaining while some are useful and help us learn something.
Video tutorial - how to use the free ZoomIt utility from Microsoft for screencasting and presentations.
Learn how to create a “follow the line” animation effect with PowerPoint. Simple yet impressive!
When you search Google, you aren't searching the World Wide Web or Internet as they call it.
What kind of microphone should you use for recording voice overs for your screencasts? Does diet play a role in voice recordings?
This is a quick video guide explaining how you can connect your iPod video to your TV using the iPod AV cable.
You have seen scrolling credits in most movies, now learn how you can create such a similar effect using Microsoft PowerPoint.
@slhice shares some very interesting photo manipulation techniques that would let you change the colors and backgrounds of photos right inside PowerPoint without requireing Photoshop.
This video from Sophos explains how these “Free iPad” scams work on the web. The scammer will promise to ship you an iPad for free as long as you become a fan of their Facebook page and also invite all your friends to that page.
This quick video tutorial explains how you can achieve the famous Typewriter Effect inside your PowerPoint Presentations.
Wondering how laptop computers of the future may look like? Well, you could just roll and wear them like a shoulder handbag. See video.
You can add infinite number of tags and categories to your blog but the big question is do tags or categories really help in improving SEO?
Google today released an impressive video ad on YouTube to advertise their Google Apps product to enterprises.
This quick video tips explains why disk defragmentation is essentials and how you can quickly defragment your computer’s hard drive.
In this video screencast, @tom from Articulate discusses different ways by which you can move objects (and people) around a path inside PowerPoint slides.
If you work on the computer all day, these simple yoga exercises may help you reduce that burning sensation in your eyes as well as reduce pain in your wrist and arms.
Want to play the piano? Wait until the YouTube video loads and then click any of the piano keys inside the video to play some music.
This video screencast describes how you can create impress pan and zoom effects in your PowerPoint presentations using motion paths.