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Visual View of Your Firefox Web Search History With History Tree

Visual View of Your Firefox Web Search History With History Tree

Update: This extension is no longer available. Having a visual view of something is usually helpful to many people. It’s one of the reasons that charts, graphs, and mind maps are widely used as an aid to represent data that would just be numbers or text. Browsers (e.g. Chrome, Safari, and Opera) have started to […]

Four Sites to Promote Your Cause

Four Sites to Promote Your Cause

The Internet provides charities a way to connect with people in all parts of the world. Charities are able to educate people about their cause and ways that they are able to help. Donations are important to a charity because it helps them get products, good, services, and money to aid them in their cause. […]

Top 10 Gmail Labs Add-ons to Increase Your Productivity

Top 10 Gmail Labs Add-ons to Increase Your Productivity

For quite a while, Google has been releasing add-on features for a good number of their web applications. Gmail, Calendar and Reader all have several user selectable features. Links to these experimental add-ons can be found on the Google Labs page. Not all of the add-ons are perfect, but they are kid tested and mother […]

How To Add Watermark To Images Without Using Photoshop

How To Add Watermark To Images Without Using Photoshop

Protecting your images from being stolen or manipulated has become an important task for any webmaster. Visitors to your website are either not aware of something called “copyright”, or they simply don’t bother about it. They think doing a right click and saving the image to their hard drive is perfectly fine. Even if you […]

Better Manage Your Gmail Inbox With Aliases

Better Manage Your Gmail Inbox With Aliases

A while ago I was perusing the Google help files and found a cool little tidbit. It didn’t really hit me right away how useful it could be. Once I started to use it, I wondered how I got by not having it before. What I am babbling on about is Gmail’s ability to handle […]

How To Capture Screenshots Without Any Software

How To Capture Screenshots Without Any Software

Being a blogger, I live by the motto of working anytime and from anywhere. Hence, I have often found myself on a friend’s computer trying to do a quick post. Most of the tools I use are all online but I have often felt the lack of a good tool that could capture screenshots. I […]

Hootsuite: All You Need to Manage Your Twitter Account Online

Hootsuite: All You Need to Manage Your Twitter Account Online

If you are unfamiliar with Hootsuite, it is a very feature-rich web based Twitter client. Their tag line is “The Professional Twitter Client”. This is very true. It has a great number of configurations and options which make managing one or multiple Twitter accounts very easy. Many of its features are pretty appealing to big […]

How to Create a Video Blog on Twitter Easily

How to Create a Video Blog on Twitter Easily

Video blogging is increasingly becoming a popular form of reaching out to your audience. Wouldn’t it be great if you can combine this with the popular social media tool – Twitter? There are three services that are doing just that. They are helping Tweeples with video/web cameras broadcast to their followers. More and more, bloggers, […]

A Hands-on Review of Google Voice

A Hands-on Review of Google Voice

As some of you may know, invites are being sent for Google’s new service aimed at simplifying your phone usage, Google Voice. I received my invite about 2 weeks ago and jumped at the chance to try it out. With so many features that appealed to me, I was like a kid in a candy […]

Seesmic Update: Web Preview and Updated Desktop

Seesmic Update: Web Preview and Updated Desktop

The folks at Seesmic have been busy little beavers recently. Not only did they put out an upgraded for the desktop application I reviewed, they debuted Seesmic for the web. The release is being calling it a preview, which I’m guessing is a lot like a beta. The web application offers a lot of the […]

Ten Tips to Get the Most Out of Posterous

Ten Tips to Get the Most Out of Posterous

Posterous is the newest way of lifestreaming. What is lifestreaming? Lifestreaming is a feed of a person’s daily activities. This is usually done by social aggregating and/or the person posting photos, videos, and statuses through his/her smartphone. Posterous provides the service for you to do this by posting using email or SMS. It simultaneously posts […]

Enhance Your Blog Posts and E-Newsletter With Zemanta

Enhance Your Blog Posts and E-Newsletter With Zemanta

You have already spent time thinking and writing an innovative blog post. Now, you have to spend more time searching and adding links, images, and related articles. Don’t you wish there was a way to speed up the process? This is where Zemanta comes in. What is Zemanta? Zemanta provides a way to enhance your blog […]

11 More Alternative Search Engines You May Not Know

11 More Alternative Search Engines You May Not Know

There are a number of alternative search engines on the web which are not as well known as Google, Yahoo or the heavily marketed BING. Many of these search sites serve a niche market so they never gain mainstream popularity. A few of the newer search sites are incorporating results form social media sites, and […]

Iron Browser: A Secure Alternative to Google Chrome

Iron Browser: A Secure Alternative to Google Chrome

For those who are tempted to use Google Chrome, but are concerned about your privacy being recorded by Google, you can stop worrying now. Iron browser is an exact clone of Google Chrome, without the privacy annoyance features. Iron browser is developed by a German software company SRWare. It is based on the open source […]

10 Useful Tips to Using FriendFeed

10 Useful Tips to Using FriendFeed

FriendFeed is increasingly becoming a popular social media tool for being a social aggregator with community features. It was one of the first to use the “Like” functionality that more and more web sites (e.g. Facebook, Digg, Seesmic, etc.) are adopting. Additionally, FriendFeed has built a social community that allows you to quickly find an answer to any kind of question that you ask, or get to know other people who share similar interests. New users are usually overwhelmed by the social media site, and are not sure what to do or where to begin. Here are ten useful tips to enjoying all that FriendFeed has to offer.

ShoZu – Social Network Updating Made Easy

ShoZu – Social Network Updating Made Easy

There are plenty of sites and programs out there that will let you upload your pictures or videos to one or two of your social media sites, but people like choice. Would 50 supported sites plus email and FTP uploading be enough? That should let you share enough stuff to make even your Kindergarten teacher […]

Top Three Web RSS Readers to Manage Your RSS Feeds

Top Three Web RSS Readers to Manage Your RSS Feeds

The Internet is quickly becoming many people’s one-stop shop for getting information. There are tons of newspapers, magazines, podcasts, blogs, etc. talking about something that will be of interest to a group of people.These publications usually offer RSS feeds that make it easy for their readers to continue viewing their content outside of their site. […]