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Which DNS Service Should You Use?

Which DNS Service Should You Use?

Google recently introduced Google Public DNS service. Last week, I wrote about what Google Public DNS actually means to you. If you are not aware of what it is I recommend reading that post before reading this further. With a couple of different options with DNS Servers now between your ISP’s default DNS server, the [...]

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Free Online Screen Recorder – ScreenToaster

Sharing screencasts are the in-thing now. Screencats make sharing information visually that much more powerful. It can come in handy for many situations.And this is especially true for bloggers doing short video or tutorial. ScreenToaster is an online screen recording tool that doesn’t need anything installed in your computer. Yes, that’s the beauty of it. [...]

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Quick Tip: Save Google Reader Stories as PDF Documents

Quick Tip: Save Google Reader Stories as PDF Documents

Google Reader just introduced a few useful features. They have made it easier to share Google Reader stories in your social mediat sites like Facebook, Twitter, Delicious, StumbleUpon, etc. You can turn this on by going to Google Reader Settings page and selecting the services you want to use. They also added a very useful [...]

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Goldmine of Drupal Videos – DrupalCon DC Website

Goldmine of Drupal Videos – DrupalCon DC Website

A while back I asked you – my readers for Drupal blog recommendations. I was just getting started and I am still learning the inner workings of this excellent open source CMS. Recently I stumbled across the DrupalCon DC Website. It is the official website for the Drupal Conference held in Washington DC in March. [...]

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Quick Gmail Tip: Recover Password via SMS

Quick Gmail Tip: Recover Password via SMS

You’d hardly forget your main Gmail account password. But, if you had multiple Gmail accounts for various passwords, it might be hard to remember them all especially when you set different passwords for them. Also, forgetting passwords is easy when you have just changed your password to something really secure and you don’t login to [...]

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Auto-Publish Your Feedburner RSS Feed To Twitter

Bloggers using Feedburner to publish your RSS feeds listen up. If you blog with hosted WordPress, you might have used a WordPress plugin to automatically publish your RSS feed to your Twitter account. Google has made automatically sending your RSS feeds to Twitter integrated inside your Feedburner account. To get started Login to your Feedburner [...]

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ScreenToaster Gets Audio Recording

ScreenToaster Gets Audio Recording

We looked at the budding and promising service ScreenToaster review back in Nov’08. ScreenToaster is an online screen recording tool that doesn’t require you to install any software in your computer. The only requirement is to have Java installed in your browser and you can use this in Windows, Mac OS X or Linux! It [...]

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Awesome New Gmail Feature – Google Search

Awesome New Gmail Feature – Google Search

I can’t count the number of times I had to leave Gmail to open a new tab in Firefox to do a Google Search to include a link in the email. Gmail Labs has made that a thing of the past. Google Search in Gmail I can perform Google Search right inside Gmail now. It [...]

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Quick Tip: Access Google Tasks In Full Browser Window

Quick Tip: Access Google Tasks In Full Browser Window

Google Tasks has been a welcome addition for a lot of Gmail fans. Plus, Google Tasks has been made available from a variety of Google web apps like Google Calendar, etc. The only downside so far is that Google Tasks opens in a small window inside of Gmail or Google Calendar. Google Tasks can now [...]

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Create Custom HTML Signatures in Gmail – Black Canvas

One of the primary gripes about Gmail is the lack of HTML support in email signatures. And it sticks out like a sore thumb. Obviously, Google has heard this complaint for a long time from it’s huge user base especially from the power users. And they haven’t still addressed this user request despite making other [...]

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How to Install Google Chrome in Linux with Wine

How to Install Google Chrome in Linux with Wine

A lot of Linux users and Mac users were left out with yesterday’s Google Chrome release. Chrome is Google’s own browser that packs a lot of technical advancements under the hood and is competing headlong with the heavyweights such as Firefox, Safari, etc. Now, even Linux users can now run Google Chrome with Wine. Thanks [...]

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Best Dropbox Hacks and Dropbox Portable

Best Dropbox Hacks and Dropbox Portable

Dropbox has literally changed the way I do things in the Internet. If you haven’t heard of Dropbox, it is an online file synchronization service with the following cool useful features: File Sync between multiple computers Cross platform support – Windows. Linux & Mac No complicated interface – runs in the background and access via [...]

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Free Open Source Screencasting Software – CamStudio

Free Open Source Screencasting Software – CamStudio

If you have been looking for a screencasting tool, look no further. CamStudio is a free and open source screencasting tool. CamStudio can record all screen and audio activity on your computer and create an AVI video files. Also, it comes with a built-in SWF producer that can convert the AVI files into bandwidth friendly [...]

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Send Files Upto 2GB With WeTransfer

Send Files Upto 2GB With WeTransfer

We all hit the universal email limit when trying to send files across the Internet. For the the tech savvy, you might have a FTP server running and will give that info to someone who speaks FTP and download it. Sometimes, you may not know how or just won’t have the time to deal with [...]

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Are You Ready For Holidays Tech Support Duty?

Are You Ready For Holidays Tech Support Duty?

If you are a techie, you probably get cornered for some computer help by your friends and relatives. Especially when you are making the rounds during this holiday season. A relative nicely shows this nice blue screen of death in his/her latop and asks if you can quickly take a look at it. [image by [...]

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