Technology: Application of knowledge to the practical aims of human life or to changing and manipulating the human environment. Technology includes the use of materials, tools, techniques, and sources of power to make life easier or more pleasant and work more productive.
Idea to Appster.com is a free online magazine that helps entrepreneurs and startups turn their ideas into apps. Idea to Appster.com brings articles, advice, and how-to guides on many challenges that face app entrepreneurs and is designed for non-technical entrepreneurs.
Digital Impact Agency is a creative firm specializing in inbound marketing and interactive digital media strategies. We are a team of innovative entrepreneurs focused on creating the most strategic and effective communication channels for our clients.
his blog is about ramblings of topics that I, Rob Attfield, am interested in. Feel free to have a read, post non-spam comments, and subscribe to my feed. Topics include: Web Development, Search Engine Optimization, Sports, Social Media, and Conspiracy Theories.
Best place to find Tutorial about Graphic/Web Designing like Photoshop, Illustrator, Corel Draw, Flash, Fireworks, HTML, CSS, Dreamweaver etc. You can also find a lot of free stuff like Icons, Fonts, Brushes, Gradients, Styles, Patterns, Wallpapers, Backgrounds, Frames. You can also find posters, a lot of Graphics Designing news. A lot of free computer courses are also present here.
TechCrunch made a name for itself under former editor Mike Arrington by deftly covering the startup scene across both the East and West coasts. The site has grown to include a robust reviews section, videos and even these awesome buyers guides that help you make important tech decisions through visualized information.
iOS Affairs is a site for reviews of iOS apps, iOS and Apple news, and the occasional iOS-related ramble. Run by 1 girl (are you still a girl at 38?) in the Midwest who's obsessed with All Things Apple. Care to join me?
The Wirecutter is a "minimalist" tech site, then The Verge definitely takes a maximalist approach. Featuring tons of tech news and reviews, The Verge might be one of the prettiest sites on the tech blog scene these days. In addition to really great industry coverage and reviews, The Verge has an awesome podcast
The site is easy to use, with clear numbered rankings for each product and a clean design for quick navigation.
The Wirecutter is a stripped down, easy-to-use consumer's guide to all things electronic. Unlike cluttered sites that bombard the reader with niche news bits only relevant to tech professionals, The Wirecutter has only one editor (Brian Lam, formerly of Gizmodo) who carefully curates the top deals across a variety of products.
Highly recommended for those hoping to save some time on research and still get the best products.