Did you know you can use Rocketbook anytime, anywhere for free with the FREE Rocketbook templates?

Today I took advantage of a deal at Amazon for a Rocketbook. Rocketbook is a reusable, cloud-connected, notebook for note-taking purposes. You can blast your handwritten notes and big ideas to your favorite cloud destinations with the FREE Rocketbook companion app, then erase your notebook pages with water to use the pages over, again and again! Now, how cool is that.

While I await shipment of my Rocketbook, I started to explore more; and, I happened across a portion on the Rocketbook site that allows you to download templates that you can use with the Rocketbook app. Definitely is a great way to try out the app and the technology before you order your Rocketbook.

Download, print and scan Rocketbook pages for free

If interested in buying a Rocketbook, CLICK HERE to visit Amazon to see the selection of Rocketbooks that are available.

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Network Cell Signal & Wi-Fi Info is a thorough cell network/Wi-Fi monitor and measurements/diagnostic log tool(4G+, LTE, CDMA, WCDMA, GSM)…

Network Cell Info can help troubleshoot your reception, and connectivity problems while keeping you in the know about your local cell carrier radio frequency landscape. Network Cell Signal & Wi-Fi Info also includes a one-tap Wi-Fi/mobile internet performance speed test tool. Take a speed test to verify your internet performance including download, upload, ping, and jitter test results.

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Source: Google Play Store (Android) – Network Cell Info Lite – Mobile & WiFi Signal

Raindrop.io – All In One Bookmarks and Collections Manager

There are many options to store your bookmarks; but, Raindrop.io has to be best. Here at “What’s On My PC” I have been focused on finding something to store collections of things I am specifically focused on. For example, I may be looking at a collection of Android apps to post about on the blog. Typically, I could create a folder in my bookmark manager, label it Android apps, and just bookmark it; BUT, I wanted something that had a more modern visual appeal to it that would allow me to customize it to my liking.

I think I found what I have been looking for with Raindrop.io… It allows me to store my regular bookmarks; has the option to create collections; has modern visual features; has mobile platform options; has browser extensions; and, it allows me to customize the appearance. What more could I want?


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Wakelet – An Amazing Way To Organize Your Online Content Into Collections

I encourage you to take a look at Wakelet, which is an online FREE service that is an amazing way to bookmark, organize and curate content from across the web and use it to create beautiful, informative and engaging collections. What sold me on Wakelet is that I can create collections that can be easily managed, annotated, shared, etc… I can see this service being very useful for educators. For example, when I am looking for content to post on the blog, I use Wakelet to save my findings in a collection for future reference.

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Once you sign up for Wakelet, I suggest installing the available browser extension and mobile app to enhance your use of Wakelet…

Wakelet Browser Extension

Save links, articles, videos, tweets and more with two clicks. Organize content without leaving your browser tab. Available for Chromium based browsers, Microsoft Edge, and Firefox…

Wakelet Mobile App

Use Wakelet whenever you like, wherever you are with our mobile app. Discover personalized content from around the world. Available at the Apple App Store and Google Play Store (for Android).


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