Tag Archives: web apps

Delicious to Google Bookmarks Import Script

It is no secret that Yahoo has expressed it lack of commitment for the popular bookmarking service Delicious. I have been leaning more towards Xmarks since it was last acquired by LastPass. However, Google Bookmarks is a viable option for a lot of people and now there is an import script available. Google has made […]

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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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Good Reads: Buzz in Blogs 2007-08-09

Let’s take a look around and see what other bloggers are talking about lately. Ultimate Guide to time saving for Bloggers – Tips and Resources – Shankar Ganesh Most of us are blogging after our regular work schedule and it does take its toll on our life after work. Shankar has some great tips on […]

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Google Launches Person Finder to Help Japan Earthquake Victims

It is a very sad day for the people of Japan. My heart goes out to all those who are suffering from the 8.9 earthquake and the tsunami that followed it. Google has created a Person Finder tool to help the earthquake victims locate their friends and family. Google did this for the New Zealand […]

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Pingdom Adds Free Website Monitoring

Pingdom Adds Free Website Monitoring

Pingdom is one of the premium website monitoring services out there. We have looked at free website monitoring services such as Montastic. Free website monitoring services like Montastic could suffice if your needs don’t go beyond knowing when your website goes down. But, if you wanted to know more about uptimes, response times, error analysis, […]

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Find Website Loading Times at 50 Locations

I am usually checking how fast our sites are loading anytime we make major changes to the sites. I just came across a cool website that can show how fast a webpage loads from 50 different locations. Loads.in is a very nice looking website that shows hos fast a website loads. It runs through different […]

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Firefox Extensions: Picks of the Week 09-04-09

Firefox Extensions: Picks of the Week 09-04-09

There has never been a time when I found it hard to find new and cool extensions that I wanted to talk about. Here we go with some more awesome add-ons! Of course check out my Top Firefox Extensions to find some of the all-time best add-ons!

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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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Friday Fun: Blabberize Any Picture

Blabberize is a funny web application where you upload a picture and select the mouth and attach a sound clip and make a talking video clip of anything. Nothing more to it. You can upload your picture or your friend’s or for that matter even your dog and make them/it talk. Check this clip I […]

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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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Instant Fat Trimming For Your Twitter Account

If you are on Twitter, you will really like this new tool I just found. I have come across many tools and recommendation service including Twitter’s own now-extinct recommendation list to find and follow new people. After being on Twitter for more than 2 years I have the ‘following too many people’ bloat. I follow […]

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Remember the Milk Shines and Goes Offline

Remember the Milk Shines and Goes Offline

Remember the Remember the Milk (RTM) task management application I use and absolutely in love with? It is a free online task management application that is so simple to use and is very capable. Folks at RTM have totally redesigned their home page and it is very functional and slick. Plus, you might have heard […]

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Simple photo editing with Wiredness

Simple photo editing with Wiredness

It’s been a while since I have written about photo editors. I have talked earlier about Adobe Photoshop and its free open source alternative. I have a confession to make. I am a Photoshop illiterate. It just seems so complex and I get overwhelmed by all the features in it. To be honest, I just […]

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End to End Travel Help from Rome2Rio

This nicely sums up the concept behind a new Google Maps mashup – Rome2Rio.com. “The airport to airport thing has been solved really well by Kayak and Hipmunk, so we want to do the other end like from the airport to where you want to go. Because no one goes on holiday at an airport,” […]

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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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