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Grab PacktPub Free Learning eBook Everyday Automatically

Packt Publishing have a lot of good premium books and everyday they put up a premium book for download for free. You could get a premium book a day by going to the Free Learning eBook page. I chose to automate the process and have the book grabbed automatically to my PacktPub account everyday. I have made the script available on Github for anyone who is interested to do the same: PacktPub Grabber. read more

How to Install LiveReload in Ubuntu?

LiveReload is a handy tool for web-developers. Do you not use Dreamweaver alternatives for linux, or any other web development tools? If you make use of text editors to code and web browsers to preview the result, then you must be tired of constantly hitting the save button on your text editor as well as that reload button on your web browser. read more

Delim.co – Free Comma Delimiter

How often do you have to take a spreadsheet data and covert to a character separated value? Tabular data, be it a number or a text are all stored in a plain text form by CSV (Comma Separated Values) files. A CSV file can compile a number of records with separate fields, which are uniquely identified by a standardized literal comma, tab, any character or string. This type of file format has been widely supported and used in many fields. All types of spreadsheets and database management systems basically support these CSV files. read more

CashOnAd : Make Money While Receiving Phone Calls

I just learned about this Android app called CashOnAd which is suprisingly, home-made (when I say home-made, I mean made in Nepal). It is suprising because it deals with something not so popular in our country - making money through an unconventional way. What it does is let you watch video advertisements whenever you receive a call, and for each 6 seconds of video advertisement that you watch, you will earn 1 cent (~1 NPRupees at current rate). That does not sound much, but at least its something, I guess. read more

Episode Player remembers the episode you watched last time

Today we have got a useful tool for those who like to watch TV shows on their computer. Episode Player is a free program that has got a very unique feature that makes it suitable for watching TV shows - it remembers the episode you had last watched, and the next time you open it, it starts the next episode. Episode player is not a video/media player however, it just remembers the video you last played and opens next videos with a media player of your choice (Windows Media Player, VLC etc). read more