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How to Choose a Suitable Hosting Company

How to Choose a Suitable Hosting Company

This is a guest post by David Murton. The usability of your site largely depends on the quality of your hosting company, as well as the services included in your web hosting package. If you choose a high-bandwidth dedicated hosting package to serve a tiny blog, you’ll probably be paying for services you don’t need. […]

Deck.ly – Longer Tweets With Less Hassle

Deck.ly – Longer Tweets With Less Hassle

Depending who you ask, the 140 character limit imposed on Twitter is a good thing. If you are a blogger you can put the title of your post up with a link. If you are a copywriter you like the challenge of saying everything you have to say in one tweet. It helps you hone […]

Create To-do Lists and Organize Notes With myTinyTodo

Create To-do Lists and Organize Notes With myTinyTodo

As a freelancer, I have tried all types of to-do lists and electronic notepads to help me be more efficient and keep track of all of my work and clients. There are many good desktop solutions and also many good online cloud-based solutions. But if you want something simple that you can install on your own […]

AudioGalaxy: The Easiest Way to Stream Music to Android And iOS

AudioGalaxy: The Easiest Way to Stream Music to Android And iOS

While there are many ways to stream music from your computer, most of them require you to do some setup and configuration, or require you to pay a fee. If you are looking for a way to stream music for free and with little or no setup, then AudioGalaxy could jolly well be the one […]

How to Add Subtitles to Online Videos in Various Languages

How to Add Subtitles to Online Videos in Various Languages

From demoing an application to sharing something funny, online videos serve a variety of purposes. Mostly however the videos are aimed at a specific language group. In other words, people who speak another language or have impaired hearing are unable to make use of these online videos. For them the addition of subtitles to these […]

How to Add Facebook Comment System to Your Site

How to Add Facebook Comment System to Your Site

Facebook has recently released a new commenting system that aims to take the web by storm. This comment system can replace your existing commenting functionality and allows your reader to post comments with their Facebook account. The comments will also be posted to their Facebook’s wall, which could potentially increase more traffic for you. Now […]

CrocoDoc: Read, Annotate, Share, and Collaborate on PDF Files Online

CrocoDoc: Read, Annotate, Share, and Collaborate on PDF Files Online

Sharing a PDF file with somebody who does not have a PDF-reading application can be frustrating. It is equally frustrating for the person you are sharing the file with. Of course there are various ways around this problem that involve conversion of the file format; but these usually disturb the document’s layout and deform it. […]

How to Secure Your Google Account With 2-Step Verification

How to Secure Your Google Account With 2-Step Verification

Email is the centre of most people’s online identity and if it gets hacked it can have devastating consequences. Ensuring that your email account is secure is of paramount importance, however simply using a password is not always enough. Many Banks use a device which auto-generates a verification code as a second tier of security. […]

Email Large Files Securely With Securely Send

Email Large Files Securely With Securely Send

If you work in a web environment, you are likely to be familiar with torrent files and other file sharing sites. When you need to send a file larger than is allowed by most email providers, you need alternatives; of which there are many. When dealing with someone who is tech savvy, it is easy […]

Flexamail Lets You Surf The Web In Your Inbox

Flexamail Lets You Surf The Web In Your Inbox

There are so many software in the World Wide Web and the last thing that we will need is to have yet another email inbox to check. However, if you have difficulty surfing the Web, accessing your Twitter or Facebook, and you can’t kick those habits, Flexamail has got one of the best solution around, […]

9 Useful Tools to Get The Best Experience Out Of GrooveShark

9 Useful Tools to Get The Best Experience Out Of GrooveShark

Grooveshark needs no recommendation. It is the best online music service out there. It is your one-stop music hangout where you can search for, stream, and upload music that can be played immediately or added to a playlist. It also comes with a recommendation engine where you can find the popular songs other people are […]

9 Useful Twitter Tools To Do More Than Just Tweeting

9 Useful Twitter Tools To Do More Than Just Tweeting

The beauty of Twitter is that it is a simple platform for conveying complex information. You can use it to create mini-blog posts (at 140 characters they really are “mini”), you can share links or have conversations with friends, you can even use it to communicate with the rest of the world through voicemail! Most […]

How to Use CSS3 Pie to Modernize Internet Explorer

How to Use CSS3 Pie to Modernize Internet Explorer

One of the biggest dilemmas facing web developers is the incompatibility of various Internet Explorer versions with current web standards. Although Microsoft has promised CSS3 and even HTML5 support for IE9, Windows users, especially businesses, may continue to use IE8, IE7, or even the dreaded IE6 for years to come. As a result, coding a […]

Google to Strike Back Against Spam

Google to Strike Back Against Spam

This is a guest post by Lior Levin. Google’s top spam fighter, Matt Cutts, recently posted a lengthy blog entry about the state of Google’s battle with spammers. In the post, Cutts said that, while spam in Google’s index was less than half what it was five years ago, that spam has increased in Google’s […]

6 Web-based To-do Lists To Help You Keep Focused

6 Web-based To-do Lists To Help You Keep Focused

There is always a calling for task or to-do list applications. Whether you are using a system like Getting Things Done (GTD) or making your honey-do list, there are lots of choices. All of them will do the basic function of listing the tasks you need to do. The first few on the list are […]