TagSpaces has seen some heavy development since our last review. Let’s see how TagSpaces 2.5 performes compared to its previous version.
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The History tool in Google Chrome can be in a mess sometimes. Better History provides a more structured way of searching and viewing recently visited sites.
Ever seen one of those tag clouds on different blogs, which show which keyword was most searched or looked for? Well, if you want to make one of your own, take a look at the following five websites that allow you to create tag clouds from text to visualize word frequency.
There are some new QR code looking barcodes popping up that your average QR code reader will not read. They are Microsoft tags. They are popping up more in magazines like Sports Illustrated. So why did they go and mess up a good thing and create a new kind of barcode? Well, who knows. But […]
RSS readers are immensely useful tools for more than just keeping up with your favorite sites. In the past we have talked about different tools to use your Google reader. Some were about bettering your reading experience with Google Reader. I know I use Google Reader to catch up on my favorite sites. The hard […]
WordPress comes with this “tag” feature that allows you to tag your posts. While it is a great feature for you to categorize your posts, there is one problem though – there are no ways to organize them. Over time, as your tag list grow, it becomes very messy and your database is full of […]
Do you work with a lot of folders and feel lost when you have to find a certain file kept in one of the folders whose location you don’t know? Do you perform regular backup jobs and need a simple tool which can backup the contents of some folders in your removable drive? Do you […]