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How to Convert Your Google+ Stream to an RSS Feed

How to Convert Your Google+ Stream to an RSS Feed

Have you ever thought about turning your public Google+ posts into an RSS feed? This is great if you’re looking to crosspost from Google+ to another social network, or to allow others to subscribe to your Google+ posts in their favorite feed reader.

Giveaway of the Week: 90 Days Of Premium Kepard VPN Account

Giveaway of the Week: 90 Days Of Premium Kepard VPN Account

Everybody loves VPN. Not only do they allow you to view restricted content from overseas, it can also protect your privacy online and allows you to surf anonymously. For our giveaway this week, we have 10 premium Kepard VPN accounts, each valid for 90 days, to give away.

Yahoo! Don’t Count Them Out Just Yet

Yahoo! Don’t Count Them Out Just Yet

Yahoo! seems to have plans to come back from the almost-dead. In just the last couple of days they have made two really interesting acquisitions. Will it get back to what we hope it will be?

7 Tricks to Improve Facebook Functionality

7 Tricks to Improve Facebook Functionality

Facebook has become the go to destination for social networking. There are always ways to make Facebook better than what it gives you on its own, and we offer 7 tricks to improve Facebook functionality that will work for anyone no matter how often you use the social network.

How to Create Self-Destructing Messages Online

How to Create Self-Destructing Messages Online

There are times when you want to send confidential messages to your friends or family and want it to disappear after it has been read. Here are some ways that you can create self-destructing messages that will be deleted after read.

Google Punished with Forced WiFi Privacy Education

Google Punished with Forced WiFi Privacy Education

Sometimes the big tech companies get a little ahead of themselves in their wars against each other and forget that they’re really in business to serve the community. It’s not really about beating the other guys, especially when it comes to jeopardizing Wifi privacy.