Yeah, you’re a word game competitor, and you’re always looking for an edge. Something to really carry your gameplay to the next level, because you’re sick and tired of losing out on that Triple Word Score because you couldn’t come up with a more creative way to use that “P” in your rack.
Web Watch has something for you. We can help you win.
All all you have to do is one simple thing…
So what is the ULTIMATE SECRET TO WINNING “WORDS WITH FRIENDS”, Scrabble, or any other popular word game?
As long-time Web Watch readers know, we’ve been a huge fan and support of TiVo over the years. We’re all set to pony up and buy the Tivo Premiere Elitewith 4 tuners and 2TB worth of recording space, once TiVo and the cable companies work out their On Demand issues.
But that was all before all the APPLE TV rumors started to crop up again this week.
And if these rumors about what 2012 will bring in terms of an Apple living room experience, we may need to reevaluate our decision to invest in another TiVo, no matter how much it pains us to consider this as an option.
Web Watch often hears Luddites talk about how battery-operated devices still need to get their energy from somewhere, so we’re not actually saving energy by driving around in our hybrid cars or otherwise relying on battery packs to get us what we need.
By now, you probably have heard about CARRIER IQ, that software that many cell phone manufacturers and service providers had installed on all sorts of cellphones in order to track how well their networks were performing.
The issue, if you didn’t know, is that CARRIER IQ wasn’t a very well-designed application and was recording a lot of each user’s phone actions without that person’s knowledge. Now, Congress has gotten involved and it’s turned into a big ugly mess. Continue reading HOW TO REMOVE CARRIER IQ FROM YOUR PHONE→
With all the talk these days of mobile devices and people making millions of dollars by selling apps like ANGRY BIRDS (just a reminder, iPhone app developers aren’t making that much money), the question keeps coming up about whether you should be making an iPhone app or not?
Back in July, Web Watch brought you information about the pending WORLD TEXTING COMPETITION that talked about how fast texting champion Kate Moore was able to send a text message to put the US on top of the fast texting map.
Sending a text message can be tough on the thumbs.
Web Watch, however, envisions a time in the future when the full-size computer keyboards that we know today are piled in the junkpile next to the typewriter, as more and more people grow up being comfortable typing in such a small space.
But how efficient can a peanut-sized keyboard be when you’re actually trying to type something meaningful?
At a party the other day, the girls were talking about various chick things, like shoes, when one of the men threw out their opinion on the current topic.
The women pounced on the opportunity, loudly proclaiming that the guy who dared voice his opinion had “lost his guy card”. The conversation quickly went badly for the men in the room as they defended their buddy’s innocuous comment.
Whether the men were successful in their defense or not is really not today’s topic – but rather, the one question left unanswered that night:
Tilt shift photography is a way to make an image or film look like it’s of a toy miniture or the object is made of plastic — just by adjusting the focus used by the camera.
You can use a special tilt shift lens on your SLR camera, or you can manipulate the image digitally with Photoshop to change the focus to a much narrower frame of reference. Doing so makes the image appear much further away in the shot than it actually is.
You may have already seen some examples of tilt shift photography without even realizing it. Joss Whedon’s TV show DOLLHOUSE uses tilt shift photography in its opening credit sequence, seen here: