Am looking for an online bookshop in India where I can buy the two best-sellers on personal productivity and time management – Getting Things Done (GTD): The Art of Stress-Free Productivity by David Allen and The 4 Hour Work Week by Timonthy Ferriss.
Random Web Discoveries and Interesting Stories on the Internet
iPhone = YouTube Video player. iPhone owners can now watch YouTube video clips on their mobile phones similar to Apple TV.
Stop Motion Animation Video Tutorial Over 700 Photos Were Taken to Make this Movie – the good old mouse is try to find a place in this world.
The robotic book scanning machine that is secretly scanning and digitizing millions of books for Google Books search is housed in a location near Chennai in India.
The biggest issue with the iPhone is not the hefty price tag but the battery life, the touch screen and absence of a keyboard.
Tom Cantu who works for Christian Radio Station “Radio Vida KRGE 1290 AM” is having some issues with Windows Media Encoder.
YouTube is awesome! If you are in the later stages of pregnancy and preparing yourself for child birth, the following 3D video animations found on YouTube will give you some good idea on how a baby is delivered.
Adobe Media Player will let you download video podcasts and streaming flash video (unprotected .flv) from video sharing sites like YouTube, Google Video, Blip.tv, etc.
What would you do when you are required to solve a CAPTCHA as long and complicated as the one in this screenshot.
The name Zoho is a copyright-friendly misspelling of SOHO, an acronym for the Small Office/Home Office market, which is Zoho’s target customer.
This is the 360 °digital camera head that captures still images for Google Maps – street view photographs that now available for San Francisco, New York, Las Vegas, Miami, and Denver.
Will Apple release an unlocked iPhone (that accepts sim card of any cellular operator like other GSM phones) – that may be the top question in your mind now as Apple iPhone is all set to debut in few hours on AT&T stores in North America.
Stanford graduate Don McMillan, who claims to be the only corporate comedian working in PowerPoint, has some excellent advice for presenters with plenty of lighthearted humor.