The new site is: www.thestudyskillscoach.com
Did you know as a college student you can get AMAZON PRIME for FREE for 6 months? If you decide to keep it the cost to you is only 50% of the regular cost as long as you have student status. In addition, you get:
- Unlimited access to Amazon Prime streaming movies & TV shows
- Access to hundreds of playlists through Prime Music
- Unlimited photo storage with Prime Photos
- $5.00 for every friend you refer to Prime Student
- You may also receive emails regarding special discounts & promotions
Even if you don’t keep it, it’s definitely worth the FREE 6 month trial. Enjoy! If you sign up, I’d love to know what you think of it?
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When I bought my latest iPhone, I opted for the least expensive one with the least amount of storage. As a result, I am always getting notified that I am out of storage space and have to delete the APPS I haven’t used in awhile, only to find myself putting them back on when I want to use them again.
Fortunately, I came across this quick tip. I use Safari as my mobile web browser. What I didn’t realize is that it caches all the data files of photos and videos it loads. After clearing my cache the first time, I gained 62 MB of storage! To clear your Safari cache go to:
- scroll down and tap the SAFARI ICON in the list on the left
- scroll down the list on the right and tap CLEAR HISTORY AND WEBSITE DATA
It looks like I’ll be making it a habit to clear my cache from now on.
I hope this tips is helpful. Do you have any other tips that can save storage space on an iPhone? Let me know in the comments below.
In this 2011 video, former Pierce College Psychology Professor, Marty Lobdell, reviews several different study techniques and explains in laymen’s terms the psychological reasons behind their effectiveness.
Grab a cup of coffee and enjoy!
And after you’ve listened to what he has to say, do yourself a favor and enter your email in the form to the right for an ABSOLUTELY FREE CONSULTATION. You’ll discover WHAT ELSE you need to know to combine with his techniques for a clear cut FORMULA FOR ACADEMIC SUCCESS!
Or, if you would rather have the notes I took watching this video email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Those of you who have been following my blog, know from previous posts, how much I love talking to my computer and letting it type for me. Seriously, I dictate just about everything; my texts, emails, blog articles, papers, notes, well, you get the idea. Why, because it’s SO MUCH FASTER and SO MUCH EASIER.
I just discovered that there is a Voice Recognition Add-On for Google Docs, called ‘Voice Typing’, that enables dictation and editing by using simple verbal commands. That’s pretty impressive considering it’s FREE!
I will be the first to admit dictating to your computer does take some getting use to, but it’s well worth the effort.
Long ago, Bill Gates predicted the keyboard would become obsolete. That’s certainly not the case yet, but VOICE RECOGNITION and TOUCH SCREENS are the future of technology. I would highly encourage you to give it a try. If you do, try it for at least a week. You may not decide to dictate everything, as I do, but I’ll just bet you’ll begin to see the advantages.
Here’s a short video to show you how ‘Voice Typing’ works in a Google Doc. If you decide to give it a try, I would love to hear about your experience. Let me know in the comments below.