How to Share Photos from Google Drive to Google+

How to Share Photos from Google Drive to Google+

Do you like to store photos in both your Google Drive and Google+ accounts? If so, it only makes sense that Google allows us to share photos from Google Drive to Google+ account in just a few clicks. Since the option is hidden by default, you may not be aware that this is even possible.

By Charnita Fance -
Easily Backup and Restore Forms Data In Chrome and Firefox

Easily Backup and Restore Forms Data In Chrome and Firefox

Filling out lengthy forms can take up much of our time, especially when the information gets lost after submitting it due to a timeout error or a site crash. Lazarus can help prevent this from happening by saving data on forms and retrieving them for you in case you need to resubmit it.

By Kim Barloso -
How to Automatically Backup Your Gmail Attachments to the Cloud Storage

How to Automatically Backup Your Gmail Attachments to the Cloud Storage

How many times have you deleted an email just to realize that it had an important file attached that you couldn’t get back? In cases like these, you should be using a service like Openera to auto-file Gmail documents and images to the cloud to be sure you don’t lose anything important.

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4 Distraction-Free Writing Tools For Google Chrome

4 Distraction-Free Writing Tools For Google Chrome

Sometimes all you need is a text editor for jotting down a few quick notes, but what about those times you need to get serious writing done? No, we are not talking about Google Docs, we are referring to something even better.

By Bertel King, Jr. -
How to Easily Access Your Tab History in Firefox With A Single Click

How to Easily Access Your Tab History in Firefox With A Single Click

Browsing through several tabs within a browser can get tedious and confusing at times, especially when you’re skimming through tons of information from different web pages. If you use Firefox, the Tab History Menu add-on can help you see tab history with barely a click of the mouse.

By Kim Barloso -
Use Bing’s New Pin It Button to Pin Images to Pinterest

Use Bing’s New Pin It Button to Pin Images to Pinterest

If you’re a Bing search user, you’ll be pleased to know that they’ve just recently added a tiny new feature to their Bing Images search results – Bing’s new Pin It button. Now you can pin images to Pinterest right from the actual image on the search results page.

By Charnita Fance -
How to Automate Your Cloud Services with Wappwolf

How to Automate Your Cloud Services with Wappwolf

Do you use various cloud services to save your documents, photos, videos, etc? If so, you may often do things to your files, like convert them to other formats or sync them with other services. What if these tasks could be done for you automatically?

By Charnita Fance -
Run a Chat Room on Your Website with phpFreeChat

Run a Chat Room on Your Website with phpFreeChat

Want to run a chat room on your website to make it more social? phpFreeChat is an open source, AJAX-based chat server that you can install on your site. Compared to other chat software, phpFreeChat is a breeze to set up. It doesn’t even require a database!

By Rebecca "Ruji" Chapnik -
How to Easily Create Profile Pictures For Various Social Networks

How to Easily Create Profile Pictures For Various Social Networks

Every social network has different guidelines to create profile pictures, headers and other pictures. Not everyone who uses social media has the skill or patience to create the right pictures for each network. Here is how you can do it easily.

By Melissa Popp -
Change the Appearance of Firefox Without Installing a Theme

Change the Appearance of Firefox Without Installing a Theme

While most of us are not designer, we do love to customize stuff to our liking, including our browser. Finding the right theme for a browser can be difficult depending on personal taste. Here is where an extension like Stratiform for Firefox comes in handy.

By Melissa Popp -
Record Screencasts Online With These Tools

Record Screencasts Online With These Tools

If you are looking to create screencasts, but are not willing to pay or install additional software in your computer, here is a list of a few screencast utilities that you can use online.

By Hammad -
How to Color Code Your WordPress Posts Page

How to Color Code Your WordPress Posts Page

As a WordPress blogger, you’re sure to use a variety of post types, formats, categories, tags, etc. However, it can be a pain to quickly skim through them all. Having them color-coded will make them much more identifiable.

By Charnita Fance -
How To Backup Tweets Using twDocs

How To Backup Tweets Using twDocs

Twitter does not have a built in export option, but if you are concerned about all the information you have poured into Twitter over the years, twDocs is an online service that will quickly and easily export your Twitter feed into whatever format your heart desires.

By Bertel King, Jr. -
How To Open Multiple Links in Chrome

How To Open Multiple Links in Chrome

You might come across a webpage with several links that you want to check them out. If you’re looking for a fast, efficient way to open links in the fastest way possible, then LinkClump might just help you with that.

By Kim Barloso -
Turn Multi-Page Articles Into a Continuously Scrolling Single Page

Turn Multi-Page Articles Into a Continuously Scrolling Single Page

Have you ever clicked on an article that was broken up into numerous pages? Those multi-page articles can be really annoying and time-consuming. If you’re tired of clicking “next” over and over again, here’s how to turn those multi-page articles into a single page.

By Charnita Fance -
Reduce Memory Usage And Tab Clutter With OneTab [Google Chrome]

Reduce Memory Usage And Tab Clutter With OneTab [Google Chrome]

You probably know that the more tabs you open in your browser, the more resources the browser use and the longer it takes to respond. If you are one of those people who work with many opened tabs and want to reduce the memory usage and tab clutter in Google Chrome, you should give OneTab a try.

By Hammad -
Bored on Hold? Apple Patent Could Fix That

Bored on Hold? Apple Patent Could Fix That

We’ve all been in that position before. You’re in the middle of a call, and you’re put on hold. You only expect it to take a few seconds, but before you know it, you’ve been on hold forever, or at least it seems like it. With a smartphone in your hand, though, especially an iPhone, you shouldn’t ever be bored.

By Laura Tucker -
How to Add Links to Your WordPress Widget Titles

How to Add Links to Your WordPress Widget Titles

Do you use numerous widgets on your WordPress blog? Have you ever wished that you could add WordPress Widget Titles? If so, you’re in luck thanks to a WordPress plugin called Widget Title Links.

By Charnita Fance -
Pandora vs iRadio: Who Will Win The Internet Radio Business?

Pandora vs iRadio: Who Will Win The Internet Radio Business?

Apple is reportedly gearing up to launch their own service later this year. iRadio will be similar to what we already have, but will probably keep us on iTunes and not have us leaving it to listen to streaming music. How will it affect the ways we listen to music?

By Laura Tucker -
How To Save Highlighted Text in Firefox Into a File

How To Save Highlighted Text in Firefox Into a File

Researching on the Internet can sometimes be cumbersome. The Save Text To File extension for Firefox allows you to save highlighted text in any web page into a .txt file, then save it in any location on your hard drive.

By Kim Barloso -
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.

By Charnita Fance -
Search Google by Image Even Quicker with This Chrome Extension

Search Google by Image Even Quicker with This Chrome Extension

If you use the Google search by image function quite often, you know that it can take a few steps to get to your final results. Wouldn’t it be easier if you could initiate a Google search for any image, right on its respective Web page?

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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.

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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?

By Laura Tucker -
4 Note-Taking Apps to Edit Text Inside Google Chrome

4 Note-Taking Apps to Edit Text Inside Google Chrome

The web browser has become the most used application on most of our computers, and sometimes it is can be a real inconvenience to switch to another application just to take notes. Here are some of the great text editors you can use right in Google Chrome.

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Remotely Access Any Computer via Chrome Browser

Remotely Access Any Computer via Chrome Browser

If you’ve ever needed to access a computer remotely, you may have tried advanced software in the past with overly technical steps. Luckily, accessing any computer remotely doesn’t have to be that difficult, thanks to the Chrome Web Browser.

By Charnita Fance -
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.

By Melissa Popp -
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.

By Hammad -
How To Push Web Links To Other Browsers In Google Chrome

How To Push Web Links To Other Browsers In Google Chrome

SendTab is a fast and easy way to share and instantly open web links from one device to another, with literally just two clicks. If you find yourself having to tediously save or email a link to yourself to open it in another PC, then this nifty Chrome extension will be of great help.

By Kim Barloso -
How to Access Blocked Websites From Overseas

How to Access Blocked Websites From Overseas

Many popular websites are only available for specific countries. If you really need to access the content of the blocked websites, here are some methods you could try.

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5 Great Alternatives to Google Reader

5 Great Alternatives to Google Reader

If you are upset to find out that Google is eliminating its RSS feed service, fear not. We have found five great alternatives to Google Reader.

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5 Great Sources Of Retina-Quality Wallpapers

5 Great Sources Of Retina-Quality Wallpapers

With more devices geared with a retina display, demand for higher-res wallpaper has also rocketed. Here are 5 great sources of high-res wallpapers that can complement your retina desktop.

By Bertel King, Jr. -
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.

By Laura Tucker -