Here I listed some great online education resources.

The best online education resources

Online education has come a long way in a short time. It’s making knowledge accessible to anyone with an internet connection. Hundreds of courses are now available from dozens of the world’s best universities and professors. There’s even an acronym for massive open online courses that’s gone mainstream: MOOCs. Freedom from the classroom just means you have more control over what you learn and study it on your own timetable. Read more


Bulk unsubscribe email service:

Have you ever wished for a bulk unsubscribe email service to check all you unwanted subscriptions and make them go away, forever? Luckily, it exists.

The service is called, it’s a free beta now, and it is really just the perfect tool to get rid of all those marketing newsletters and unwanted subscriptions that just love to make their way into your inbox.

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Little Things Forever: iOS game of the week

Little Things Forever game breaks free as an app of the week in AppStore. It’s a hidden-object game where you need to track down small objects from a bigger canvas. Each picture has hundreds of shapes hidden inside it.

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MIHtool – YSlow

MIHTool: iOS web debugger

(MIH for “make it happen”) helps front-end developers to debug and optimize their webpages on iPad and iPhone. It’s an iOS web inspector and debugger that makes various dev tools accessible right on the device you are testing on.

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Alternative RSS reader. Google Reader shuts down.

For a long time I’ve been stuck with the native Google Reader interface to keep track of the news feeds. With its sudden death comes the time to choose a new platform for RSS aggregation.

I’ve been trying out Feedly fow a while now, and I find it quite awesome. Apart from amazing UI, it has all features of a powerful application for both web browsers and mobile devices running iOS and Android. It compiles news feeds from a variety of online sources for the user to customize and share with others.

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A list of great Google Chrome extensions – Jucke Blog

Chrome Extensions I can’t live without: 2013

There are tons of Chrome extensions I’ve been trying out and testing. Few of them made it into the Chrome toolbar and I’m using them every day. Here is the list of my currently active best chrome extensions 2013. Hopefully, you find something interesting for yourself.

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Best web podcasts for designers and developers

Best podcasts for web designers and developers 2013

Listening to podcasts is a great way to stay informed about web design industry, listen to discussions, and continuously learn about oncoming technologies of web design while doing what you’re doing.

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One does not simply choose a hosting provider

How to choose a web hosting service?

Lately I’ve been working with hosting providers a lot. Some people ask for my recommendations and opinion when they have to choose a hosting service for the first time. If you are a developer, you just set up a VPS and configure it the way you want. But how do you choose a web hosting if you are building a basic website, using WordPress, for example, same as this blog. How to choose a web hosting service in this case? Are there any out-of-the-box solutions? The answer is yes, obviously.

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Old Booth

Some time ago people started posting vintage-like aged self-portraits to the Instadram feed. For those who are interested how this was made, here is the link to the app. This is all made with Old Booth, which is a great and super-fun image editor with a bunch of vintage face masks from 20th to 80th that are easily applicable to a portrait. These are my top transforms:


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Have fun!


Madmen character generator

Madmen Yourself is a neat Madmen character generator that can build your a nice avatar. Here’s what I got for the Hatchers team so far:)