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50 Great iPhone and IPad apps for Freelancers

Working as a freelancer gives you a great freedom, but up until recently, you were still tied to your office or home computer. With the rapid spread of the wireless Internet and the launch of mobile devices such as iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touch, this has changed and now you can work sitting in your favorite coffee shop or from any spot in the World, as long there is an Internet connection. Listed below are 50 apps, which can help you stay in touch with your clients, send invoices, track your earnings, and on conduct business on the go.

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14 Tips to Speed up Your Personal Computer

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1. Main Reasons for a Slow PC
Several reasons exist for the slowing down of personal computers, which are not related to a malware attack or …

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Best FREE WYSIWYG HTML Editors

If you edit your web pages only once in a while and if you do not mind heavy typing, then Notepad might be the only text editor you need, but if you are a professional web developer or you run and manage hundreds of websites, then using a feature-rich desktop or online WYSIWYG HTML editor comes highly recommended. Listed below are the top 10 free WYSIWYG HTML editors, which will speed up your web page development.

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Top 10 Best Photoshop Tutorial Sites

While Adobe Photoshop is considered by most web designers the best and most versatile graphic editing tool, it comes with a steep learning curve and mastering it takes hours or practice. Once you purchase the program, install it on your computer, and run it for a first time, you can get easily overwhelmed by its countless features, but by finding a great Photoshop tutorial site and reading and following some well-written tutorials, you will be on your way to learning some great new skills. We have taken the time to put together a list of 10 excellent Photoshop tutorial sites, which will help you master this powerful graphic editor and improve your image-editing techniques.

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Popular Design Blogs by Twitter Followers and Facebook Fans – Revisited [Infographic]

Ten months ago we published an infographic on the most popular web design blogs and their followings on both Twitter and Facebook. We decided to update that graphic and see where those same blogs stand today. As you an see the fans and followers have increased a good bit in the last ten months. Check it out!

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CPU Faceoff – 32-bit versus 64-bit Technology

Processors have come a long way since the days of the 8088 and single core processor. In today’s world we now need to make a decision when installing Windows and other various operating systems. That question is: Should I install the 32-bt version or 64-bit version? Here is an explanation of the 64-bit processor which should help you decide.

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Gaining and Understanding of Computer Forensics

Computer forensics is a very popular career choice, but what exactly is it? It is more than the stuff you see on CSI, and most likely not as glamorous.

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Must Read Links for Web Designers and Developers – Volume 20

Hard to believe we have reached our 20th round-up of links. It seems like I just started doing this a few weeks ago. This week, as usual, we have a great list of links here for you to check out. A lot of great jQuery and general developer links that share some excellent information. Enjoy!

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