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  • YouTube Adds New Ways for YouTubers to Make Money
    by Dave Parrack on June 23, 2018 at 11:30 am

    YouTubers are the lifeblood of YouTube. Without the people creating content, YouTube would cease to be. Unfortunately, YouTube has not always remembered that, and the so-called Adpocalypse of 2017 led to bad blood between YouTube and its content creators. However, YouTube has now unveiled a trio of new ways for YouTubers to make money. And together they represent YouTube looking beyond advertising revenue. Which, given that YouTube is owned by Google, one of the online advertising giants, is important. YouTube’s New Revenue Streams In a post on the YouTube Blog, Chief Product Officer, Neal Mohan, explains how YouTube now boasts...Read the full article: YouTube Adds New Ways for YouTubers to Make Money […]

  • Kindle Users Shouldn’t Miss These 5 Sites and Apps
    by Mihir Patkar on June 23, 2018 at 4:30 am

    Amazon’s Kindle has changed the ereader and ebook experience completely. If you’ve got a Kindle, you can level up that experience with a few choice sites and apps, delivering RSS feeds, tracking book sales, and even giving you free ebooks. This isn’t the first time we’re doing one of these lists and it won’t be the last. As with all things books, there are innovations and new discoveries all the time, and they only make your reading time better. Kindle Lite (Android): Official Lightweight App You can get the full Kindle experience without buying an ereader if you just use...Read the full article: Kindle Users Shouldn’t Miss These 5 Sites and Apps […]

  • How to Use Photoshop’s Refine Edge Tool for Perfect Selections
    by Dann Albright on June 22, 2018 at 8:00 pm

    When you’re working with images in Photoshop, getting perfect selections lets you work in great detail. But the pen and lasso tools don’t make it easy to capture small details in complex areas. The magic wand tool can help, but it’s unpredictable. If your selection isn’t spot-on, though, your design will suffer. So what are you to do? Worry not, as Photoshop’s Refine Edge tool can come to the rescue. It’s now hidden behind the new Select and Mask tools, but it’s still one of the most useful functions that Photoshop CC has to offer. Let’s check it out. When...Read the full article: How to Use Photoshop’s Refine Edge Tool for Perfect Selections […]

  • How to Turn a Raspberry Pi Into a Plex Media Server
    by Christian Cawley on June 22, 2018 at 7:00 pm

    Want to stream videos hosted on a Raspberry Pi to difference devices around your home? Several options are available (including Kodi) but for the best results, a dedicated Plex installation is recommended. Here’s how to install Plex server on a Raspberry Pi, configure it, and start streaming your favorite movies, TV shows, music, family photos, and other media files. What Is Plex? If you’re not aware, Plex is an application that lets you stream your media anywhere, on almost any device. Installed standalone, it can be used to play video, music, and image files stored on a local (or network)...Read the full article: How to Turn a Raspberry Pi Into a Plex Media Server […]

  • 8 Surprising Uses for Linux That You Can (Mostly) Try Yourself
    by Bertel King, Jr. on June 22, 2018 at 6:00 pm

    Linux is highly configurable and adaptable. Plus, it’s free! With all of these qualities, it may not be a surprise to hear that people use Linux to do all kinds of tasks. Still, you may be surprised by some of the niche ways that people have put Linux to use. You may even want to take on some of these projects yourself. 1. Run a Radio Station Have you ever thought about what goes into running a radio station? While this form of media has been around for over a century, these days operators use computers to make the magic...Read the full article: 8 Surprising Uses for Linux That You Can (Mostly) Try Yourself […]