A quick guide (with delicious pictures) to how I cooked my all-veggie pizza and got it to taste like a pizzeria’s

In part 1 of 7 we introduce beginners to the world of Evernote. Understand it’s features and working and get ready for more advanced techniques coming up.

End marks are a feature used in magazines to beautify an article and tell the reader when it ends. Here’s how you can add it to your WordPress blog or site!

IN THIS FINAL installment of our 3-article series on typography, we are going to get our hands dirty and take up a fairly complicated project and design typesets in a circumstance mirroring the real world.

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Did you know that this is the third… article on a series introducing you to the basics and intermediate levels of Typography?

In this second installment of a 3-article series on the A to Z of typography, we learn how to choose typefaces, more about web-safe types, standard typefaces in the printing industry and several good practices in type selection.

In the first installment of a 3-article series on the A to Z of typography, we learn the technical stuff about typefaces, including several terms and facts and then sound smart.

Having recently deleted my Facebook account, I hardly took time to realise how most of my networking would now take place on Google+ — which is how I preferred it in the first place. And the main reason I chose to switch, is exactly for reasons I have explained before in my four-part series of articles on Google+.…

Twitter is here to stay. Many spoke of how Google+ may be a threat to Twitter–or words to that effect–but my own belief is that Twitter is something along entirely different lines and Google+ has nothing to do with it.…

Back when I was invited to Google+, it took me less than a week to realise what a big phenomenon it would become; and while it felt good to be a part of that before public release, I also realised I had to leverage its power and integration to my benefit: specifically to benefit my online presence, my website and so on.…

I had no idea–and I do not think anybody did–that Google+ would become so popular  for photographers, and photography per se, as it has become today. With Google+, often dubbed a photographer’s paradse, Picasa received a terrific lot of attention, Flickr may start losing out soon if Yahoo!…