CopyTrans Photo (iPod/iPhone to PC Photo Transfer Tool) Giveaway

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Guiding Tech is giving away 5 licenses of CopyTrans Photo, an amazing tool that makes managing photos on your iPod or iPhone and transferring them to PC (or vice versa) extremely easy. Only 3 simple steps needed to enter the draw. Check it out and participate.

Giveaway: Easily Transfer Photos from PC to iPod or iPhone (and vice-versa) With CopyTrans Photo

Do you know what Character Map does?

Character Map is one of those tiny Windows apps everyone ignores. This tutorial actually takes the time to explain this tool in detail, tell you what it does and how to use it. Really interesting!

Use Special Characters in Windows 7 with Character Map

102 year old lens on a Canon DSLR

Even wondered what results you would get by mixing a 102 year old lens with a modern DSLR camera? Check out this photographic experiment. Really awesome results.

102 year old lens on a 5DmkII – Images inside!

Just How Massive is Google, anyway?

Google by the numbers.

Infographic by computer

Are you working with Project Managers?

Project Management

The Corporate Geek blog is making a study about the image of the project management profession. If you have worked with project managers and want to share your impressions about working with them, help them out and fill this quick 2 minute survey.

Study on the Image of the Project Management Profession

Kaspersky Internet Security 2011 Giveaway

7 Tutorials gives away 3 licenses of Kaspersky Internet Security 2011. If you want to participate, check out the details:

Spot Mistakes and Win Kaspersky Internet Security 2011

Easily find Office ‘10 Menu and Toolbar Commands


Upgrading to Office ‘10? These handy guides will walk you through installation and the new ways to find commands from older versions.


Sallie Mae make you broke


Anyone have a student loan horror story?


10 Alternative iTunes Icons


via TechCrunch

Windows Server Architecture Posters


Some amazing posters from Kurt Shintaku’s blog.

Kurt’s Blog

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