When you are excited about technology, it’s easy to fall in love with luxury watches. From diamond encrusted to gold wristbands, there’s something for everyone at World of Watches, even pre-owned watches.
It’s clear that when you are working in the tech world you want to have something to show for your work. The tech industry can be a bit hierarchical at times, and it’s no wonder you feel some pressure to wear something that looks nice.
Even though you might be pulling down a big salary in the tech industry though, you still might have other ambitions with your cash than just wearing bling. That’s where shopping at World of Watches is great – World of Watches doesn’t just have great watches for sale, they are also for sale pretty cheap, too. When you buy something at World of Watches, you are getting it for the very best price on the market, especially considering World of Watches’ new partnership with Groupon. The two are partnering to offer incredible deals and discounts on practically all of World of Watches’ inventory.
Just because you work in tech doesn’t mean that you need to blow all of your cash on an expensive watch and wristband. Take some time to do your homework and you’ll quickly find the best deals are at World of Watches. Right now, you can enjoy 93% off ToyWatches, 67-74% off Movado, 91% off Swiss Legend, 70% off Seiko, and 79% off Ingersoll watches, all at World of Watches.
World of Watches is able to offer these incredible deals through its partnership with Groupon thanks to Groupon’s immense size. Groupon uses its buying power to help secure better deals for the customer. This way, you don’t have to worry about blowing your entire paycheck on a single watch. You can still look glamorous and flashy and corporate gatherings, but don’t have to worry that your next raise is going to be entirely a “watch fund.” If you are looking for a luxury watch but want to limit your spend to a thousand or two or less, check out World of Watches.
When copying rich-text from a web page, Word document, e-mail, or other program the formatting of that text will remain with that copied text. For example, if you were to copy this paragraph of text, “This is bold” would remain bold when pasted into Word or another document that supports rich-text. Although programs like Microsoft Word include a Paste Special feature, anyone who does this frequently can find having a universal shortcut key that works everywhere beneficial.
This is where the fantastic free tool PureText can make your life easier. This tool runs in the background and can paste plain text into any program using the same shortcut key you choose, by default Windows key + V is used. PureText is capable of removing font faces, font styles (i.e. bold, italic, etc.), font colors, paragraph styles, extra spacing, bullets, tables, and pictures from any text you copy.
Bonus Tip: In most versions of Windows Ctrl + Windows Key + V also pastes text as plain text.
As you move your MP3 files around you may encounter lost or deleted album art covers. Thankfully there is a fantastic free utility to quickly find and download album art for pretty much every CD ever created. The program works by looking at millions of album art covers from dozens of different locations, and lets you choose what album cover to save to your computer. To use this program follow the steps below.
- Download Album Art Downloader.
- Once downloaded and installed open the program. You can either search for the artists name or album to find a specific album cover by typing the name in the text box and clicking search. Once found click the picture of the floppy disk to save the file to your computer.
- If you want to scan your MP3 collection for any missed MP3 art click File and then File Browser. In the File Browser browse to your MP3 folder or if you’re using the default directory in Windows the “My Music” folder in the “My Documents” by clicking the “…” box at the end of the text box.
- Once you’ve browsed to your MP3 directory click the Search button. Select folders not containing folder.jpg by clicking the “Select all albums with missing artwork” link at the bottom of the box and then click “Get Artwork for Selection…”
Compress and uncompress computer files through your Internet browser using services such as WobZIP and ezyZip.
WobZIP is a great free online tool for uploading a compressed file (e.g. .ZIP, .RAR, .CAB, .ISO, and others) to their server and getting the extracted files. The service also supports converting one compressed file format into another compressed format. Visit the WobZIP page to start uncompressing files.
EzyZip is an online tool that uses a Java applet to compress any files into a .ZIP file and uncompress any files in a .ZIP file. Visit the EzyZip web page to start compressing and uncompressing files now or bookmark the page for later.
Create a mosaic image out of any of your pictures from your own collection of images using AndreaMosaic. In the picture below, is an example of The Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh that is created using dozens of other images and is an example of what this program is cable of doing. This is a free program and is available for all versions of Microsoft Windows, Mac OS, and Linux.
How to use this program
- Download the program from AndreaMosaic.
- After the program has been installed on your computer you’ll be prompted for the type of mosaic you want to create, select Square Tiles (1:1) for your first trial mosaic.
- Under the Main Image to reproduce as a Mosaic, click the + image button to add the main image.
- Change any of the settings you want to change. If you’re not sure what the setting means, hover your mouse over the title to get a quick description.
- Click the Title Images button at the bottom of the window and browse to the folder that stores all your photos. For example, if you’re a Microsoft Windows user most of your images are probably stored in the My Pictures folder.
- Finally, click the Create Mosaic button to create the mosaic image. Depending on the speed of your computer and settings you chose determine the length of time it takes to create the mosaic. Often it can take several minutes to create a mosaic.