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How To Sign Documents From Gmail

How To Sign Documents From Gmail

May 18, 2013 at 10:55PM In this digital age, almost everything is being converted into paperless transactions. Travel documents, bank statements, and even bills can now be sent out in digital form, mostly through e-mail. Signing documents are no exception, and there are a number of handy web and mobile apps that allow a user to simply digitize their signatures and attach it to the document.HelloSign is one good example. It allows you to sign a document sent to your Gmail address and sign it from there, without the need to install any additional software. It doesn’t even lead you to another website, or app. It’s integrated with Gmail, and it works seamlessly within the Gmail interface.HelloSign for Gmail is a Chrome extension that you can download from the Web Store. After installation, you will notice another option beside an attachment which says “Sign”, in addition to the standard ones which are “View” and “Download”.Note: Firefox user can find the…

5 Viral Content Ideas For Your Blogging Success

5 Viral Content Ideas For Your Blogging Success

May 24, 2013 at 01:32PM Improvisation of web technologies and the fast spreading mobile web has presented many more options of showing content in an informative way than the regular plain old articles. These promising new ways of showing content to users have their own benefits and in this post we analyze some of these new content presentation techniques and how they can help the users:Why do we use content?As initial web was mostly made of text and some graphical elements people had to adapt to the limitations of the web technologies of the twentieth century to express themselves. Conveying messages with text and Ascii images ( yes ascii images were very popular in initial days of web). As the web evolved HTML, CSS, Javascript and other technologies helped the web to present web content in more visually appealing, interesting and easy to understand formats.  These formats increased how we interact, understand and share the content on …

Doo: A Hub To Sync All Your Cloud Data

Doo: A Hub To Sync All Your Cloud Data

April 27, 2013 at 06:32PM Few weeks before I wrote about a web app called “CloudKafe” to sync cloud data from different services to a single place. Today I came with a new cloud data sync web application “Doo” which is very similar to CloudKafe with one more important option. It is, you can connect this app with your Android devices to access all your cloud data. In CloudKafe you have a very good interface and good data accessing capability but every time you need to go to the computer to access your data. In Doo, you can download the app from play store and start accessing your files on the go. It will be very helpful for people who are traveling often and can’t sit on the computer for a long time. Let’s have a look at the features of Doo below.For using Doo, first you need to download the desktop application from their website. You can use the link at the end of this post to download it. This desktop application is available only for Mac and …

Now Convert your Favorite Articles into Podcasts Using Podcastomatic

Now Convert your Favorite Articles into Podcasts Using Podcastomatic

May 17, 2013 at 12:26AM We all know Podcast is an episodes or a series of audio files based on a specific topic. It is just like an offline radio, where you can download and carry in your portable digital media players. Podcast can be of anything, either it can be an audio, video or even a PDF file but mostly audio files are referred to as Podcasts. Today I came with an interesting web application called “Podcastomatic” which helps users to convert any article from a blog or a website into a Podcast in just seconds. Excellent isn’t it ? Instead of straining your eyes on the computer, just make it is an audio and enjoy the article in your headphones or in the speakers.There are plenty of applications available to read the text in a website but that makes you stick to a single device. Podcasts are not like that, it is supported by all the Smartphones, Portable Media Players, etc. If you are having an iPod, this appli…

How to Create VPN Server on Windows 8 Without any third-party Software

How to Create VPN Server on Windows 8 Without any third-party Software

May 22, 2013 at 09:37PM VPN or Virtual Private Network allows you to create a secure connection over Internet. You can access geo-blocked websites, shield your browsing logs and many more things. But for this, most of us uses some Third-Party VPNs to get secured over the internet. But guess what? Windows users can now create VPN servers as Windows has built-in ability to function as VPN server. However, this function is hidden but you can get access to it with some simple steps.You can create VPN servers to play LAN games with your fellas, or even for doing secure web browsing on public Wi-Fi connections. The method remains almost same for Windows 7 and Windows 8.Creating VPN Server on Windows 8Press Windows key or directly go to apps and type ncpa.cpl and hit enter.Network Connections window will pop up. Press Alt and click on File ->New Incoming Connection.You can now select any user account to connect remot…