Advertisement Some areas of a woman’s life — such as health and relationships — could do with the insights of other women. That’s where women-centric websites come in. They explore female interests and issues, often walking a tightrope between stating facts and stereotyping.Here are our top picks of women-friendly websites. Men are welcome to join the conversation.Work and MoneyWomen are stepping into the role of the breadwinner just as often as men and are fulfilling it just as well. They’re not only ambitious about their careers, they’re also getting savvy about their finances.LevoIf you want to be part of a positive network that can help you fulfill your career aspirations, Levo is the place to be.You’ll find personalized tools on the site to build your career from the ground up. Get easy access to the best job opportunities, mentors, and fellow professionals. Articles, interviews, guides, Q&As — the site … [Read more...] about The 21 Best Websites for Women You Should Know About
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Advertisement Face it: most DJs these days rely on a laptop, MP3s, and some sort of mixing software. Whether you’re using a MacBook, Windows laptop or even Linux; there’s plenty of software out there to get the job done.Every level of skill and budget is catered for if you want to start DJing with your Mac or PC — and we’ve got the software to prove it.FreeIf all you want is a little more control than iTunes or VLC provides and you don’t want to spend any money you might want to try one of these.Mixxx (Mac, Windows & Linux)Don’t write off Mixxx just because it’s free — this is one of the most feature-rich DJ packages out there, and it’s thanks in part to a dedicated community and open source software model. Mixxx includes two decks, each of which support scratching, looping, hotcues, and time stretching. Pitch bending, beat detection, an equalizer, and crossfader curve … [Read more...] about The Best DJ Software For Every Budget
AT&T doesn't intend to sell DirecTV despite internal discussions about whether to offload the struggling satellite TV business, The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday. "DirecTV is an important part of what we're going to be doing going forward," John Stankey, CEO of AT&T's WarnerMedia division, said in an interview with the Journal.Further ReadingAT&T considers getting rid of DirecTV as TV business tanks, WSJ reports In addition to leading WarnerMedia, Stankey is taking on a new role as AT&T's chief operating officer, making him second in command to AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson. Stankey, who has been with AT&T since 1985, is reportedly the front-runner to become AT&T CEO when Stephenson retires. The Journal report doesn't have a direct quote from Stankey saying that AT&T won't sell DirecTV. The Journal paraphrased that part, writing that Stankey "defended the company's strategy in the media business and said it doesn't plan to sell its DirecTV unit." … [Read more...] about AT&T vows to keep DirecTV despite losing millions of subscribers
Apple seems committed to the Mac Pro and iMac Pro for now, but the company says that its most popular desktops with pro users remains the 27-inch iMac. Unlike phones and tablets, which can still post big performance gains from year to year, desktops age more slowly and gracefully. A typical replacement cycle in many businesses and schools is three or four years, and, as long as they don’t break, you can easily keep using them for years after that. Apple has lent us its top-end 5K iMac to test, but instead of just sticking to year-over-year performance comparisons, we’ll be going all the way back to 2012 to compare it against some of the older iMacs that it might end up replacing (we’ve also included the 2011 iMac in a few cases, though it can’t run all of the benchmarks that newer iMacs can). A lot has changed in five years, but how much faster have things really gotten? We’ll also get into the handful of technological updates Apple has made since the last … [Read more...] about Mini-review: How much faster have high-end iMacs gotten in the last 5 years?
For children who find math difficult or frustrating, or who just like to be challenged, there are many cool math games online to play for free. But are they useful? Research shows that the brain’s systems for math and language are different, and some people are wired to be better at one or the other. That doesn't mean any student should give up on math, though it does suggest some students may need alternative methods to reach their potential.Math games can be an effective way to learn. A study in 2010 found that the action-packed video game Dimension M beat traditional lessons in teaching linear algebra to seventh- and eighth-graders. Another option to boost skills and math confidence in kids is to buy math software, which allows for greater parental control than turning a child loose on the Internet. [See also: Best Math Apps]Here are some cool online math games and websites we find to be educational and entertaining:Math Cats The Math Cats website looks like something from the … [Read more...] about Cool Math Games