How to Read online Articles Later or Offline in Windows 8.1

I figured out some awesome stuff from my friend’s windows 8.1 Notebook, where it took her little more time to understand and get familiar with Windows 8, as previously she used Windows XP PC. But I really love Windows 8.1 even though it’s somewhat confusing for others. One of the great features is the Metro Apps, which were preloaded with some efficient apps, is the ‘Reading List’. This app lets you to save online articles…

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Understanding What Makes a Bad Niche Topic

Finding the right niche is the critical starting point for building your niche site and is the most important thing a successful niche site owner can do – and become skilled at.   Thanks to a proliferation of junk blogs on sites like Warrior Forum and PLR Sites – many people new to niche site building make the mistake of choosing niches with impossible competition.     When it comes to niches like Forex and just…

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Php Online Tutorial for Beginners

This post will cover the basics of PHP in this PHP Online Tutorial for Beginners and I will go into great detail about everything that I talk about. Let’s start out by finding out… What Is PHP ? PHP is short for PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor. This is called a recursive acronym. (Wikipedia) PHP is a very powerful programming language used all over the world. It can be used to create dynamic web pages. What is a…

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Maven plugin to force parent POM upgrades

It is no news that having a corporate POM for a group of projects is a maven best practice for standardization purposes and avoiding repetition. And just like any other project a parent POM is also a living project and you need to update it from time to time. When the parent POM is updated, you also need to make the inheriting projects receive this update. There are two ways to do this; We can…

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Script for changing GNOME proxy settings

Most of us are working in corporate environments and corporate environments do love proxies. And I hate them; I hate setting them every morning I hate un-setting them every evening I am assuming that you also use the same laptop at work and at home. Since I am so sick of changing proxy settings every time, I created the following bash script to set and unset proxy settings.

You can run it as follows.…

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