27 May 2015

Best Top Newsletters That Everyone Should Subscribe

An interesting list of productive email newsletter that are highly recommended to our readers. 


These newsletters are delivered every week to any email inbox.

An email newsletter is a powerful communication tool that has various useful functions for its readers. As newsletters can give interesting, relevant and up-to-date information.

You can find the list of recommended newsletters below, which range from business, technology and cooking.

We selected our top seven newsletters with descriptions below, the other great newsletters can be seen on the table displayed.

Politico Playbook
"Everything from breaking news to the days most popular stories sent straight to your inbox. E-mail alerts have the scoop on Capitol Hill, the White House and lobbying firms."

"Everything you need to start your day. We do the reading for you - across subject lines and party lines - and break it down with fresh editorial content."

"A speedy, smart summary of news and must-reads from across the Web, and the latest original stories on politics, entertainment, and more from The Daily Beast."

"A quick, entertaining look at the day's best stories, from the top of the news, to the very bottom."

"Chock-full of news + humor delivered every weekday morning to make sure you're never left behind in a conversation."

"Get recommendations from New York Times reporters and editors, highlighting great stories from around the web.What We’re Reading emails are sent twice a week."

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2 April 2015

Microsoft Introduces Office Lens Document Scanning for iOS Android

It was announced by Microsoft its product Office Lens is now available on both iOS and Android devices.

This solution works as mobile document scanner app which syncs with OneNote, available today for iOS and Android mobile devices, although it was already available on Microsoft store for over a year agor for its compatible windows devices. 

This app works by enabling users to take photos of paper documents, receipts, business cards, whiteboards, sticky notes and anything else. Although it is not something new, as there are apps which already provide users similar scanning capabilities.

As many other scanner apps, Office Lens recognizes text on the images it captures using optical character recognition (OCR), in this app it works by allowing users to later locate the files of interest by simply using keyword search in OneNote or in Microsoft’s cloud storage site, OneDrive.

App users can also convert the scanned images from offline paper files and whiteboards directly into Microsoft Office formats and more, including Word documents, PowerPoint presentations and even PDFs and JPGs. These scans can also be inserted into OneNote as images.

Furthermore, Microsoft states that Office Lens offers a business-card scanning function that lets you turn cards into contacts you can add to your smartphone’s address book.

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