Computer Repair in Kirkland


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  • Tennis Round
    A nationwide tennis website connecting tennis players and showing nearby tennis courts in over 4,000 U.S. cities.
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    10400 NE 2nd St
    Bellevue, WA US
  • Agile Software
    A record-breaking ascent to the top of luxury condominium Bellevue Towers, the Fight for Air stairclimb raises funds to benefit the American Lung Association. Participants will each need to raise at least $100 in donations by October 20 before they max out glutes while completing a 45-, 90-, or 182-story climb, the latter of which encompasses a whopping 3,242 stairs. To keep you climbing at a steady pace, leave the weighty Super Soaker with straw attachment at home and take advantage of designated water stops every ten floors. Though it may be tough, the grasp for the top burns massive calories, earns you bragging rights, and can induce a hallucinogenic euphoria known to the French as l'esprit de' l'escalier. It's all in the name of a good cause, of course, as more than one million children and adults in Washington struggle to breathe each day because of lung disease. Participants that raise $250 or more are automatically entered to win two round-trip tickets anywhere Alaska Airlines flies but do not earn permission to slide the banister back down to ground level. Check out the event FAQs for more information.
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    500 108th Ave NE
    Bellevue, WA US
  • Insurewish.com
    We produce ceramic tiled art prints on glossy, matte or tumbled marble tiles. Our process infuses the art - your provided art or an image from our library - into the tile to make it a permanent print. We can produce tiles as small as 2" x 2" and as large as 8 feet by 10 feet.
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    93 S Jackson St
    Seattle, WA US
  • Grammarly
    Even the best proofreader can?t be with you morning, noon, and night. Grammarly, however, is always at the ready. The automated proofreader?available as an online application and MS Office Add-in? provides editing services that may rival those of the sharpest grammarian. Unlike your word processor's spell checker, Grammarly can read and understand context. This technology enables the users to avoid common spell-check pratfalls like the misuse of similar words (for example, affect and effect). It scans for more than 250 advanced grammar rules to suggest changes, improves vocabulary by offering sophisticated synonyms that enliven text, and generates citations for sections of text that borrow from other works, helping writers avoid plagiarism. Universities and corporations around the world use Grammarly to correct everything from dissertations to legal reports to medical texts. Three million plus individual users leverage Grammarly to improve their everyday email correspondence, academic writing, business communication, and even social media posts.
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    93 S Jackson St
    Seattle, WA US
  • RescueTime
    RescueTime is a silent, stalwart guardian of productivity. It runs in the background of computers and mobile devices, securely tracking all the minutes spent on applications and websites. That compiled data is then automatically assembled into detailed and easy-to-digest reports, which helps users mark the day's accomplishments and identify the biggest time wasters and distractions. The software even awards achievements and productivity scores, providing that extra dose of motivation needed to stay focused. RescueTime has over 1 million users and allows them to create goals, like spending less time on social media, to become more productive. Of course, not everyone gets distracted in the same way, which is why RescueTime offers an impressive variety of customization features. The application can block distracting websites and send alerts when it senses that you're spending too much time on a certain activity, among many other features that can be turned on or off at will.
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    811 1st Avenue
    Seattle, WA US
  • Real Networks
    As internet video has gotten faster, it's also gotten more complicated. Just ask anyone who's tried to share a video with a friend only to find out that the format is wrong, or the format is unsupported. Enter RealPlayer Cloud. Brought to you by the team that devised one of the web's first great media players, this cloud-based sharing service allows you to watch and share videos across all of your connected devices. Available for tablets, smart phones, televisions, and even as a browser-based service, RealPlayer Cloud supports almost any video format imaginable. Once a favorite movie or clip is queued up, the service's digital player even optimizes the footage based on bandwidth, screen size, and device type. In addition to playback, RealPlayer Cloud allows you to store your videos in a safe, easily accessible cloud-based account, ensuring that your movies are never more than a few clicks away.
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    2601 Elliott Ave
    Seattle, WA US
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