Lets your equipment make you money

Do you have a “film voice” and want to start using it to make money?

Voice over narration is a growing field, particularly with the online freelance marketplace increasing immensely in recent years. Read this post and learn about how you can improve your vocal range and maintain and strengthen your voice through simple daily exercises.

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Let’s Talk : iWatch

My next buy – no doubt about it!


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For the longest time, we have been told that Apple has been working on a wearable device. This rumour was all but confirmed when Tim Cook commented on Apple’s “interest” in wearable technology during his interview at the D11 Conference. However, that was a year ago and I still don’t have an iWatch.

The device exists, that is irrefutable fact. But perhaps not in the way we think. Unlike leaks of future iPhones and iPads, we are yet to see anything tangible. Sure, the concept pictures and videos currently in existence are nice to look at, but it is important to remember that these are just concepts.

With Motorola, LG and Samsung already making waves in the wearable space, Apple will really need to change the game if it is to be a success. And that may not be an easy task, especially considering that…

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10 Apps You Probably Never Heard Of That Employees Are Sneaking Into Work

Great Apps!


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One of the biggest changes to our work lives is that we now control much of our own technology.

With our tablets, smartphones and cloud services, if we need an app, we get it ourselves.

This is drastically different than the way work tech used to be: bought by IT, set up by IT, issued by IT and controlled by IT. You didn’t like what you were given? Oh well.

Interestingly, this has created problems for IT professionals, who are still on the hook, often legally, for making sure that all tech is properly paid for and no sensitive corporate secrets are leaked, lost or hacked.

The apps that employees bring in has been dubbed “shadow IT.” A company called Skyhigh Networks helps IT departments discover these apps to make sure they are licensed properly and secure.

See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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