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How To View YouTube Videos Frame by Frame

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View videos from YouTube and Vimeo frame by frame using these two methods.

Whether you're watching a how-to video, want to catch a particular detail, or missed something, knowing how to stop a video and watch frame by frame comes in handy.

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Organize Your Thoughts, Manage Group Projects and Create Tasks With This Free Task Manager

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Taskcade is a to-do list and task manager, simplified. The interface is clean and easy to use and there are several useful features that make it a good contender in a crowded field.

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How To Delete Popular Online Accounts and Keep Your Data

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Deleting online accounts for the most popular services is usually straightforward. Deleting the account also deletes all personal data unless you save your data before you delete the account.

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Wallpaper of the Week: Broken Planet

This weeks wallpaper shows a large brown planet breaking apart. Suspended against a field of stars, the interior of the planet is glowing orange. The surface has breaks and cracks, with pieces of the planet being hurled into space on a somewhat horizontal access. Large rock shaped debris created by the eruption are ejected to either side of the sphere. Many of the surface pieces are triangular, lending a uniform aspect to the breaking planet. Icons do well in most areas of this background. Brown and orange are the predominant colors of this wallpaper.

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Public Domain Day: Copyrighted Works from 1923 Become Public Domain January 1st, 2019

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A large number of books, films and other works will enter the Public Domain tomorrow. Films, books, and artwork dating from 1923 are about to enter the US public domain after a 75 year copyright term. It's the largest collection of copyrighted works to enter the public domain since 1998. 

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The Library of Congress lets you stream rare films for free

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The Library of Congress has over 300 free films, clips, commercials and documentaries from 1890 through 1999 in its National Screening Room collection.

The collection lists films about America's past that are deemed "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant" and are earmarked for preservation by the Library of Congress. Most of the fiction and nonfiction movies are in the public domain, available for streaming or downloading.

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An End of Year Thank-you from Gizmo

So another year draws to an end. And what a year. Shocking internet privacy scandals involving some of the largest internet companies in the world, sophisticated hacking by nation states determined to influence free elections, massive video and face recognition surveillance of just about everybody as well as attempts by governments to break down encryption standards with the effect of leaving us all vulnerable and exposed.

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