Online Games Can Increase Your Productivity

Thanks to the Internet, a lot of people’s livelihood has moved to the web. Millions of people now make their livelihood by simply turning on their computer and going online. While this does sound very comfortable, it has its negative sides. One important of all is the ability to stay productive all the time.

When you’re in an office, you are surrounded by your co-workers, your boss, and the people who are there to work. Your productivity automatically strikes you because your mind absently knows that you’re there to do your work. However, that’s not the case when you’re working from home. Even if you shut the door in an attempt to separate your personal life from work life, sometimes it can be hard to find productivity in that little room of yours.

And that’s when you know you need to relax. Online gaming comes to the rescue right at that moment. Continue reading

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How to Download Firefox 6 Before it’s Released

Would you like to start using Firefox 6? Wait, has it been released yet? Not really, but you can still use Firefox version 6. What, you don’t like to mess with release candidates? Come on, it’s not release candidate, it’s the official release. But how on earth could you possibly download the official release even before it’s actually released?

Well, as long as you are talking about Firefox 6, it’s actually possible. The Mozilla Foundation has taken up a new schedule of releasing new version of Firefox every six week. As a result of that, Firefox 6 will be officially available on Mozilla website this August 16. But they made the new version available to download via their FTP servers. If you want to be one of the early adopters, you can download Mozilla Firefox 6 following these links:

Firefox 6 for Mac | Firefox 6 for Windows | Firefox 6 for Linux
(Right click and choose Save Link as..)

Since it’s a quick release, there aren’t many mentionable features on this new version. One thing you might start noticing right away is that the location bar now shows the root domain a little differently, which is already available in Google Chrome.

Try out the new version and let us know how you feel about it.