Tom’s Guide: How to make a GIF: A complete guide to making GIFs on iPhone, Android and PC . “Although most mobile operating systems and messaging services are outfitted with GIF libraries, you might be wondering how to make a GIF of your own. Whether it’s a YouTube clip or personal photos and videos you want to turn into internet art, there are a few tools at your disposal.”
Bustle: How To Make Memes For Instagram When Captions Just Won’t Cut It. “You’re not the only one who thinks memes are cool — even researchers have pointed out the impressive amount of knowledge it requires to come up with a relevant one. Think about it: How awesome is it that you can just look at an image and its vaguely worded-text and know the exact message that someone across the world is trying to convey? I’d say pretty impressive, especially considering the fact you can use them to get your own message out too.”
Towards Data Science: How to Make Instagram Unfollower Tool with Python. “While using Instagram and their system of ‘Followers’, there must have been a time where you followed someone and wondered when and if they are going to follow you back. Well, now with powerful tools and programming languages we can create easy scripts in order to check who is not following us.”
MakeUseOf: 5 Free Guides to Understand Digital Security and Protect Your Privacy . “With the number of data breaches, phishing attacks, and other digital threats facing us today, you need to know how to stay secure when using technology. Check these free online guides to understand digital security and protect your privacy.”
Google Blog: Get creative with Tangi, Area 120’s latest experiment. “Last year, our small team within Area 120, Google’s lab for experimental projects, started building Tangi. It’s an experimental social video sharing app with quick DIY videos that help people learn new things every day. Tangi is where creative people can get new ideas and connect with other passionate people like them. The name is inspired by the words TeAch aNd GIve and ‘tangible’ —things you can make.”
Balkan Insight: BIRN Launches New Investigative Resource Desk Platform. “The platform provides investigative journalists with various types of assistance and a set of tools and resources related, but not limited, to freedom of information, data access and protection, cyber-security and open-source datasets. The assistance of our experts is free and provided on a needs basis. BIRD also contains various databases and a set of tools that can be used in daily reporting. Currently, the platform offers 20 different publications on topics such as freedom of information, data protection, journalism sustainability, verifying information and many more. And we intend to add more in future.”
Noupe: HTML forms: Learn how to create them like a pro. “The comments companies receive from these contact pages can affect their road maps. Have you ever wondered how these forms work? Let’s take a look at them together, beginning with the basics and ending with more advanced topics.” They weren’t kiddin’. This is a deep dive.