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Display RSS feeds as Screen Saver

Did you ever thought of setting up a Screensaver which displays all the RSS feeds of your favorite website?
It's really simple if you have a Mac, all you have to do is follow the steps mentioned below:
Launch System Preferences (this should be under the Apple icon at the top left corner of your Mac).
Under Desktop and Screen Saver option, select the Screen Saver tab. 

Try to find the drop down at the left, and expand it. Once done, you will find RSS visualizer, which should be under the Apple heading. 

Now enter the RSS url of the website you want to be displayed.

Schedule your Tweets for future

There would be many applications out there in the market but one of those which is definitely super-cool to use, is Hootsuite. Once you sign in to this application, you will find an option as Pending Tweets, this is where you can draft a tweet and schedule it for future.


All you need to do is tap on ''Pending Tweets". Go to the next window and write a tweet.



Once you are done with tweet drafting, tap on Menu.


You will be shown the above screen where you have to tap on Schedule.


Set a date and time for your schedule to be posted and tap on 'Set Date' at top right and you are done.


Hootsuite apart from giving you additional features, it also has inbuilt browser which opens the url when clicked on. Further you have option to open the url in browser or send to Instapaper or send it via Email / message.

It's really beautiful and worth trying.

Setting up iDevices after upgrading to iOS5

The steps are simple…

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