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Typealyzer – What Type is Your Blog?

Typealyzer analyzes writing style in the blog based on text patterns, etc and determines the type of blog. Of course, naturally I put ShanKri-la to the test and we came out as

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How to Overcome RSS Feed Overload?

How to Overcome RSS Feed Overload?

Have you collected a lot of RSS feeds over time that you neatly categorized in folders? If you are like me, you hardly have time to visit some of these folders because to actually go through them all, you are going to need a few hours a day. And who are we kidding? RSS is […]

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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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del.icio.us Direc.tor is really delicious

del.icio.us Direc.tor is really delicious

Do you like del.icio.us bookmarks but hate their interface to hunt for that bookmark you had saved a year back? If you are like me, you probably have a hundred tags so they aren’t much help either with the way del.icio.us is designed. So, what do you do? If you are unaware of del.icio.us, it […]

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Monitor Your Website status for Free: Montastic

Monitor Your Website status for Free: Montastic

Montastic is a very cool website monitoring service. It is free to register and use. If you have a blog or website and you want to get notified anytime it goes down, keep reading. Quick facts about Montastic Free to register and use Register as many as 100 sites to monitor Get an email when […]

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HootSuite Updates With Facebook LinkedIn Integration

HootSuite Updates With Facebook LinkedIn Integration

HootSuite is a professional web based Twitter management tool. You can read my HootSuite review here. Hootsuite has now updated with a few more features Facebook Integration Once you link your HootSuite account with your Facebook account, you can update your Facebook status, etc right from within Hootsuite. The cool thing is that if you […]

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Keyboard Shortcuts Fiesta

I like to find out how I can be more productive with all the tools I have at my disposal. One of the key things that help me with my productivity and me from getting Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is Keyboard Shortcuts. I use keyboard shortcuts for my Windows Desktop, Firefox, GMail, GreatNews, GReader, Remember the […]

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Google Maps ages better with more features

Google Maps ages better with more features

Google Maps has become one of my main everyday search tools. I use it to lookup addresses, phone numbers for business and location at one shot and even sometimes use it to call the business right from the web. Google Maps have added a couple of new features that I really liked. Embed Google Maps […]

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Windows Live Writer Portable 2.0 – With U3 Support

Windows Live Writer Beta 3 Released Windows Live Writer (WLW) Beta 3 was released last week. This is the last beta release before the final release of WLW. Some of the new features and improvements in this release are Support’s ‘Insert Video’ natively previously made possible by a plugin Publish XHTML style markup Use Writer […]

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Animoto – End of the Slideshows Era

Image slideshows have been around for a while. We are used to wading through the monotone pace of image slidheshows from our albums in computer or photo services such as Flickr, Picasa, etc. Animoto aims to put an end to image slideshows as we know it. Animoto is a web application that takes your images […]

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Access Blocked Websites By Email

Access Blocked Websites By Email

For some reason, my getting around blocked websites has received a tremendous response here. So, I figured I’d share another way you can get to blocked websites just by using your email. MailMyWeb.com is a beta web service that lets you send an email with the url of the site you want as the subject. […]

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Good Reads: Buzz in Blogs 2008-02-07

Thanks to all those who stopped by to wish me on my birthday. I have spent the last year learning, growing and having a lot of fun in the blogging world. Here are some great posts that I came across since my last roundup. Booking a hotel, the ProBargainHunter way – ProBargainHunter One of my […]

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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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No RSS? Get Website Updates with Page2RSS

No RSS? Get Website Updates with Page2RSS

These days, we can follow a lot of site updates through RSS feeds. Unfortunately, there is still a chunk of websites on the internet that don’t have RSS feeds enabled. If this is something important or crucial to your blogging needs, it might get tiring to keep visiting the site to check for updates. Page2RSS […]

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