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Just yesterday, Dan Deely asked me “how do you make a Meme?” After walking him through what I assumed to be the "traditional method" (using the Paint program in Windows), I set out in search of a better way.

And here it is: MemeGenerator.net. Choose from hundreds of pre-produced memes, create your own captions for already created graphics like Willy Wonka, the Dos Equis guy or the success-fist kid, OR upload your own graphic and add your own text.

You'll be the darling of your facebook friends with MemeGenerator.net!

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Sometimes you just need to “chillax”. That's where this web site and app come in handy. Calm.com is a bank of soothing images and relaxing music to help you relax. You can set a timer for up to 20 minutes of quiet meditation time or choose “guided calm” for spoken meditation instructions. The app is free on iTunes and Google Play...or on your computer at Calm.com

 

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Instead of carrying around a keyring with one key and fifty rewards cards, get the KeyRing app and store all of your shopper loyalty cards on your phone!  Select the store from a list of thousands of retailers, scan the barcode on the back of your card (you also have the option to also take a picture of the front and back of the card).

At the register, open the app, select the card you want to use and let the cashier scan the barcode from your phone's screen. Quick, simple and no fumbling as you search for the right card. The app also shows available coupons per store that can also be scanned at the register.

Free for iTunes and GooglePlay

 

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Like the app Leonard and Sheldon created on CBS's Big Bang Theory, life is imitating art. Photomath is every student's dream and every teacher's nightmare. It is a camera based calculator. Take a picture of your equation of math problem...and Photmath gives you the answer! Not only does it solve the problem in real-time...it also helps the user by walking you through the problem, step-by-step if necessary.

 

Free in iTunes and the Windows Store...the app's website says an Android version will be available in early 2015.

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