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  • 12 Sites to Create Cartoon Characters of Yourself

    If you are not comfortable using real photos to represent yourself in any online profiles and avatars, why not create a cartoon characters of yourself? It’ll definitely be fun and unique to others when you are representing yourself in a cartoonized way in your online profiles.

    1.Pho.to : This awesome site can not only turn your landscape photo into a watercolor drawing, but also make your face morph. Just upload your photo to the website and get numerous changes of face expressions.

    2.WeeWorld: Create an cartoon character to represent yourself in WeeWorld games. You can change skin and eyes color, choose proper outfit, and even add some items to hold in your hands, such as ice cream or coffee. I love the feature of changing hair color and various hairstyles.

    3.Pick a Face: Pick a Face is one of my favorite websites, because it has really modern design and cool features. To make a cartoon just click on the link, select your language after reaching to the website and click Create Avatar. At last select your face whether a boy or girl to start designing.

    4.Meez:

    This is a social entertainment website that allows users to create their own animated avatars, or “3D I.D.” graphics, for the Web. You can play casual games with your avatars, and to use them in customizable Rooms on social networks like Facebook.

    5.Build Your Wild Self

    It is a website allowing you to go wild, literally. it allows you to create a cartoon character with wild body parts. You can add body parts of wild animals (think Where the Wild Things are) instead of regular boring human parts, and get a different look.

    6.Moron Face
    It’s not a website to cartoonize your face but more like exaggerate fetures of a face. Here you can create funny pictures of yourself (and your friends or enemies) by uploading fresh pictures to apply many effects to.

     

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  • Access Your Facebook Account with 3 Passwords

    interesting isn’t it? Yep! Unlike any other online account which has only one password to access, Facebook lets you log in using 3 different variants of your password.

    Only a few Facebook users are aware of this fact, but for many others, this might seem a bit surprising. Facebook accepts the following forms of your password:
    1. Your Original Password

    Let me explain this to you with the following example. Assume that your default Facebook password that you created during the sign-up process is: myFacebookPass

    2.Password with the Case Toggled

    In the above password the letters ‘F’ and ‘P’ are in uppercase and the remaining are in the lowercase. If you TOGGLE the case where all the UPPERCASE characters are converted into the lowercase and vice versa, your default password “myFacebookPass” would become:MYfACEBOOKpASSNow if you log in using the above toggled password, your Facebook will accept it and welcomes you! This is the first variation of your default password which is accepted by Facebook.
    3. Password with the First Letter Capitalized

    If the first character of your password is in the lowercase, you may just change that first letter to UPPERCASE and Facebook will again accept it and let you in. As in case of the above example where your default password is “myFacebookPass”, if you just change the first letter to UPPERCASE, your password would be “MyFacebookPass” and this should work fine as well:MyFacebookPass

    Please note that this option will work only for the Mobile users!

    Why 3 Passwords?

    Now, you all know that Facebook can be accessed using 3 different passwords. But you may be curious to know the actual reason behind it.

    Well, this is definitely not because Facebook has a bug or a serious vulnerability. In fact, this is just an option provided by Facebook itself to make the sign-in process easier for the users. Here’s how:

    The most common reason for the authentic logins to be rejected is when the CAPS LOCK is ON. This is where the first variation comes in handy. That means, when the CAPS LOCK is ON the case gets reversed (toggled) for your password but Facebook will accept this as well.

    In case of mobile users, it is a common for the first letter of the password to get capitalized which often leads to the login failure. So, in order to tackle this issue, Facebook will also accept the password where only the first letter is capitalized.

    Thus if the CAPS LOCK is accidentally enabled, the toggled password feature would still let you log in to your account!

     

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  • 6 Must-Know Apps to Make FREE Group Conference Calls

    The ones that are simple, quick to setup, free, and probably something you would want to use.

    What do you get? Make instant calls to a group of friends, video chat with play mates, schedule conference calls with colleagues

    1.MeBeam – Online Video Conferencing

    Quick and simple way to setup informal video conference calls. Using Mebeam you can instantly setup video conferences with up to 18 people simultaneously. The cool thing about it you don’t have to register or install any kind of software, just create the conference room and share it with others. The only requirement is a working headset.

    2.ooVoo – Video Conferencing on your PC

    ooVoo is a free video chat program that lets you chat with up-to 6 people at the same time. Basically, it’s a video messaging program with powerful video chat capabilities. At the moment it’s only available to Windows users, but they promise to release Mac client soon. Check out ooVoo video demo.

    3.Rondee – Phone Conference Calls

    Schedule phone conference calls and invite as many friends as you want. Calls can be scheduled both from the web or phone. You can think of it as a virtual meeting space where you can invite and conference with a group of people using any US phone. To join your conference room, participant only needs to dial Rondee access number (619-276-6333) and enters his/her access code.

    4.Foonz – Free Group Calls

    Quite similar to the above Rondee, but you also get the option to send group voice messages and organize contacts into groups (i.e. family, freinds, work etc.). You get a separate number for each group. Again, works with any phone, both mobile or landline.

    5.TalkShoe – Live Talk Shows and Conference Calls

    Online community where users can host, participate, or just listen to live interactive talk shows and discussions. You can schedule live multi-person conference talks and invite interested people to join as participants or listeners. The below image shows the whole idea.

    6.Thinkature – Real-time Collaboration Dashboard

    Thinkature is an easy-to-use online brainstorming dashboard with conference support. Here you can create mindmaps, draw and discuss ideas with your teammates in real-time. You can invite as many people as you want. Here is the screenshot.

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  • How to Send Large Files on Facebook

    Facebook is one among the best used social media sites by people across the world. At present, you can send large files on Facebook with the help of apps.

    Messaging system of Facebook is not at all suitable to send a large amount of files. Today, you can make use of concerned apps to send bulk files via this social media site. For example, Pipe is one among the best used apps to send large files on Facebook.

    The files do not go through Facebook’s servers, so users worried about privacy can safely use the app. Pipe establishes a peer-to-peer connection when both users are online. If the person receiving the file is offline, then it is stored in their locker.

    People can send documents, photos, videos, music, and any other kind of files through Pipe to other Facebook friends.


    Users can either get Pipe from  Pipe App on Google play, or gain access to the app when friends send them files through Pipe.

     

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  • Access Your Facebook Account with 3 Passwords

    interesting isn’t it? Yep! Unlike any other online account which has only one password to access, Facebook lets you log in using 3 different variants of your password.

    Only a few Facebook users are aware of this fact, but for many others, this might seem a bit surprising. Facebook accepts the following forms of your password:
    1. Your Original Password

    Let me explain this to you with the following example. Assume that your default Facebook password that you created during the sign-up process is: myFacebookPass

    2.Password with the Case Toggled

    In the above password the letters ‘F’ and ‘P’ are in uppercase and the remaining are in the lowercase. If you TOGGLE the case where all the UPPERCASE characters are converted into the lowercase and vice versa, your default password “myFacebookPass” would become:MYfACEBOOKpASSNow if you log in using the above toggled password, your Facebook will accept it and welcomes you! This is the first variation of your default password which is accepted by Facebook.
    3. Password with the First Letter Capitalized

    If the first character of your password is in the lowercase, you may just change that first letter to UPPERCASE and Facebook will again accept it and let you in. As in case of the above example where your default password is “myFacebookPass”, if you just change the first letter to UPPERCASE, your password would be “MyFacebookPass” and this should work fine as well:MyFacebookPass

    Please note that this option will work only for the Mobile users!

    Why 3 Passwords?

    Now, you all know that Facebook can be accessed using 3 different passwords. But you may be curious to know the actual reason behind it.

    Well, this is definitely not because Facebook has a bug or a serious vulnerability. In fact, this is just an option provided by Facebook itself to make the sign-in process easier for the users. Here’s how:

    The most common reason for the authentic logins to be rejected is when the CAPS LOCK is ON. This is where the first variation comes in handy. That means, when the CAPS LOCK is ON the case gets reversed (toggled) for your password but Facebook will accept this as well.

    In case of mobile users, it is a common for the first letter of the password to get capitalized which often leads to the login failure. So, in order to tackle this issue, Facebook will also accept the password where only the first letter is capitalized.

    Thus if the CAPS LOCK is accidentally enabled, the toggled password feature would still let you log in to your account!

     

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