In a strange move, the US Air Force has cut off access to all external websites that contain the term "blog" in the URL. The official argument is that blogs aren't legitimate media outlets and therefore, shouldn't be read at work.
You can quickly add a Photoshop button in Google Picasa that will automatically open the current picture inside Photoshop for advanced editing. That should save some of your time.
If you ever wanted to know about the Google AdSense ads that you have recently clicked from Firefox or IE, here’s a tip:
Ed Bott of ZDNet comes down heavily on Techmeme which he calls the "Short Attention Span Theater" of the blogosphere.
Photoshop Express in an online photo editing application that is free, responsive with an extremely elegant interface. And there's a full screen mode as well so one gets the feel of a desktop application.
From blogging to traditional media - the following heatmaps of the world suggest how much each country of the world gets covered by popular media outlets like The New York Times, Salon and The Economist.
SweaterGal knows the longitude and latitude of a place and is trying to do a reverse loop so as to pinpoint the exact location of some cell phone owner on the world map.
Create Office documents, spreadsheets and presentations in any Indian languages using Google Docs.
Managing the flood of email messages that most of us need to interact with on a daily basis is a growing challenge. This free PDF from David Allen will help you manage email overload better.
Scoble has a good suggestion for companies who want bloggers to talk about their products – Send bloggers interesting stories — especially about other people.
How to extract still jpg images from animated GIF pictures without using any desktop software ?
“What are you doing ?” – Twitter wants you answer this question in 140 characters or less.
Dan Farber says – “It’s pleasing to have Mike and others targeting CNET. It must mean that we are at the top of the heap.
The New York Times offers some blogging etiquettes and other words of wisdom for bloggers: 1.That’s what all the name-brand bloggers do.
Sraman Mitra – “Michael Arrington, to make his dream come true, needs to look at personalities that have less overbearing ego issues.
Buzz is a nice blog aggregator that collects the most popular stories from blogs across different categories such as Technology, Sports, Gossip, etc.
Gina Trapani of Lifehacker explains how she deals with email overload: As you get mail, you empty your inbox and process it right away.
This man has found a simple way to embarrass tech support staff when he calls them up for any help.