Archive | October, 2020

App of the Week – Tody

25 Oct

What if we had a smart assistant? The Tody app helps estimate tasks and measure the actual need for doing them. The app helps prioritize chores because you can only do so much in a day. The app shows you what needs your attention the most.

Keeping An Organized Home

22 Oct

If you are like me, keeping your home tidy is an on-going battle. Organized Home is a blog dedicated to sharing with you tips on keeping your pad clean as a whistle.

Will Robots Take My Job?

21 Oct

Artificial intelligence and robotic organisms have been evolving becoming part of the workforce. Do you have a job that a robot will replace in the future? If so, when? Check out this website to find out.

Taco Bell Coloring Pages

19 Oct

If you’re in need of a simple creative outlet or a therapeutic activity (and also love tacos), we’ve got just the thing – Taco Bell themed coloring pages. Just download, print, and get your markers ready.

App of the Week – RecordCast

18 Oct

Are you looking for an online screen recorder? Have you tried RecordCast? It’s free and works well.

The app features:

  • Flexible recording of audio & video
  • Built in video editor

How Do You Identify The Best Apple?

12 Oct

Have you wondered how to pick an apple? Follow this chart to find out.

App of the Week – Coggle

11 Oct

Coggle is an online tool for creating and sharing mindmaps and flow charts. It works online in your browser: there’s nothing to download or install. Whether you’re taking notes, brainstorming, planning, or doing something awesomely creative, it is super simple to visualize your ideas with Coggle. Share with as many friends or colleagues as you like. Changes you make will show up instantly in their browser, wherever they are in the world. Start diagramming now!

App of the Week – Carbon Copy Pen

4 Oct

Imagine a world where what you wrote was immediately digitally transferred to an app! The future is here with Kent Displays Carbon Copy Pen.

Carbon Copy Pen

  1. Write or draw on the Boogie Board with the Carbon Copy Pen.
  2. Tap the Carbon Copy logo on the tablet to let your pen know you are ready to start a new page of notes and to stream your current page to your phone.
  3. Push a button on Boogie Board to clear the screen and start afresh page of notes.
  4. All notes that are captured to the phone can be organized, renamed, edited and shared through the free App available at the App or Google Play store.

Nonprofit of the Month – PCs for People

1 Oct

Do you have a computer to donate? Do you need a computer? PCs for People helps low-income individuals and nonprofits benefit from the life-changing impact of computers and mobile internet. They have distributed over 115,000 refurbished computers that have touched the lives of people around the United States enabling access to better educational, healthcare, and employment opportunities. Search to find a local distribution center near you.