A screenshot is a good way to show others what is on your screen. Let’s see how you can easily take a screenshot and annotate it with Ksnip in Linux.
If you have not been using Google Drawings, here are some creative things you can do with it.
Bookmark a URL doesn’t allow you to add your own notes about that site. If you want to add notes and save webpages at the same time, AnnoPad is a great solution.
Collaboration can be difficult sometimes, especially if you are dealing with visual. Marqueed make the process easy for everyone, whether you’re using Mac, PC, or an iOS device.
Normally when you visit a website and find words you are interested, you execute a web search and quickly research these words. These words are mostly people, places, or institutions mentioned on a webpage. Often, the same words are found interesting by other people who have visited the website. Each visitor executes his own web […]
One of the new applications introduced with KDE 4 was Okular. KDE 3 had a PDF viewer named KPDF, but Okular aims to be a complete document viewing solution, supporting many different file types. Okular is fast-loading and works in any operating system and desktop environment that can run KDE applications.
For a screen capture program, Screenpresso offers more than most. When I first took a look at the feature page, I was astonished at everything it can do. This desktop program (which can also be ran from a USB stick), offers editing features you would normally need another program for. Annotations, auto resizing and a […]
Every tablet needs a good writing application –something to take notes, make annotations, and maybe even scribble a quick sketch. Xournal is a GTK-based program that does just that. It works with Linux-compatible desktop graphics tablets, tablet PCs, and maemo-based handheld devices (such as the soon-to-be released Nokia N900). Xournal is available in many distribution […]