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Readers looking for a new screen recording tool may want to check out Loom, a free Google Chrome browser extension that allows users to capture what they see on their screen and easily share with others. Once downloaded, the tool requires a Google or Microsoft account to get started. Users then have the option to simply capture what is on the screen, or use microphone audio and webcam features for more detailed annotation. Saved videos may be shared with other users, downloaded, or posted to social media accounts. Loom is currently only available for Google Chrome, but may soon be available for other browsers.

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Bear is a note taking application for iOS devices that allows users to sort notes by categories and create to-do lists. This application will likely most appeal to iCloud users who want to quickly access notes across iOS devices. Bear allows users to organize notes through hashtags, or quickly reorganize to do lists with a "pin top" option. In addition, users can check off boxes on to-do lists and use a strikethrough feature to edit their thoughts. Users can also import notes from Evernote.

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Wildfire is a free Google Chrome extension that allows users to track and record their internet activity. For example, users can check out how many times they open a new tab, switch between tabs, used their mouse to click on something, or copied text. Once the extension is installed, users simply click on the Wildfire icon to begin recording their actions. Clicking on the icon again will pause the recording and users can view their actions as either a list (Event Log) or a flowchart (Workflow Editor). Users can also adjust which actions are recorded via the Settings section. So why use Wildfire? This extension may be of interest to those looking to track their productivity, or looking to identify ways to speed up a repetitive work task.

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Citizen science projects are becoming an increasingly popular way for scientists to gather data while also engaging members of a broader community with their research. Science researchers interested in conducting such projects may be interested in Anecdata, a free online portal for environmental-related citizen science projects. Through Anecdata, researchers can share data from Excel, Google Earth, or ArcGIS. Users can then invite others to create online profiles and help with data collection. Anecdata is designed to allow group members to communicate easily with one another during the data collection process. There are also tools to help researchers search the collected data with ease. Those interested in using Anecdata may want to start by checking out the Projects section, which features current Anecdata projects from around the globe.

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Liberals lost most of the arguments this year. They should not feel defeated so much as invigorated

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Software developers and computer-makers do not necessarily suffer when their products go wrong

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The obsession is meaningless without a proper focus

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Women’s participation in the workforce is high but their status is low

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