Adding images and videos from online sources is easy as ever in the latest Microsoft Word 2013. In a previous post I showed you how to embed videos in MS Word 2013 (from YouTube and other sources), this time I will show you how to use the nifty Flickr integration feature to grab images online to make your Word documents more vibrant. The Online Pictures feature in Word 2013 not Continue Reading →
I previously covered Desktop Nova, which is a Linux application that brings wallpaper rotation to your Ubuntu desktops. But how about a photo frame centered on your desktop with attractive imagery according to your specified sources? Gnome Photo Frame is a desktop photo frame, which allows users to rotate images from selected online sources, as well as local system folders. You can even use this handy application to rotate your Continue Reading →
Many Ubuntu users use the Gnome Screenshot utility, which comes pre-installed with the Ubuntu desktop. While Gnome Screenshot provides a number of handy options, it lacks some advanced features, such as being able to specifically capture the Unity Launcher’s screenshot or capturing video frames. Nanoshot is a screenshot taking application that provides a number of advanced features for capturing screenshots in Ubuntu. It can capture screenshots from web pages, a Continue Reading →
SocialFolders is a robust web service that allows downloading and uploading data to and from your social accounts from your hard drive. It has desktop applications for both Windows and Mac OS X and supports many popular services including Facebook, Google Docs, Flickr, Picasa, YouTube, Box.net, Instagram and Photobucket.
Photo Booth is a photo taking application for Mac OS X and iPad 2. PhotoBooth For Win7 is a portable application developed by a third party developer to give Windows 7 users the Mac style Photo Booth. It allows quickly taking snaps with or without effects and provides sharing options for Facebook and Flickr.
Many a times we come across images on the internet that are difficult to view due various reasons including their size, background color, etc. Croppr is a Chrome extension that enhances the display of a selected image and makes it editable with it’s built-in toolkit. It enables cleansing, rotating, zooming, and flipping images which can also be shared on Twitter and Facebook , or uploaded to Evernote. The standard options Continue Reading →