Have you ever seen something in real life that is a gorgeous color, and you want to match it perfectly on the computer? A new pen, which is still just a concept, lets you scan colors from anything around you, and then you can instantly use that color for drawing. We’ve seen tools before that let you pick colors up in a browser and then find their HEX code like Eye Dropper for Chrome (my personal favorite). But what if you could scan the color of an apple and then immediately draw or write in the color of that apple, . . . → Read More: Draw With Any Color Around You
You know what would be really cool? What if every time you emailed someone, no matter if you already know them or not, you could see their latest updates to all of their social channels (including Facebook), their latest photo, what they do for a living, where they are, and other pertinent information to who they are and what they’re currently reading and discussing … all without doing anything other than installing an app? Good news. You can totally bring all that to your inbox with Rapportive!
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Ah the age old question … “How can I change my username on YouTube?” If you’re like me, you may have started your YouTube account way back when you didn’t really understand that some things on the internet were forever. Or maybe you just foolishly chose a username that became inappropriate as you got older. Whatever the case may be, there are plenty of us out there who wish we could change our YouTube usernames, and I’m definitely one of them.
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Do you do a lot of networking or a lot of going out and then a lot of forgetting where you know someone from? Or maybe you forget to follow up with them? I used to follow a system where I would quickly scribble notes about someone onto the back of their business card when I met them, but then I’d have all these unwieldy business cards when I got back to my house. I’d lose them, they’d get miscategorized, they’d get wet and then smudged … the system was okay, but it wasn’t great. I’d also tried a few . . . → Read More: Tuesday Tool Tips: Evernote Hello for Networking