Called the Google Email Uploader, this Windows only tool will upload all your emails from Outlook into Gmail and also preserves the Outlook folder structure.
When you withdraw money from Paypal in a foreign currency, they will levy a 2.5% conversion fee on the retail foreign exchange rate.
In a topless meeting, employees are not allowed to bring laptops, their blackberry phones and other gadgets in the meeting room.
David Pogue of the New York Times feels that people do not behave the same way online as they behave in real life.
These blogging visuals divides the core into two regions - political blogs (in pink) and technology / gadget blogs.
Though notes make it easy for you to highlight important areas of an image, they can virtually hide the real image from view if they are too many in number.
Most experts believe that linking to other high quality and authority websites from your content helps in improving your own rank in search engines.
It could get slightly tough for people to upload copyrighted video clips from movies and television programs onto YouTube as their Video Identification Tool has gone live.
Some key suggestions from the official Webmaster team at Google to improve your site rankings in Google.
This is Part II of Google Webmaster Chat. You may also want to read Part I.
Google add two new features in Google Docs today – offline support and video embeds – you can insert YouTube videos in Google Docs or upload video clips from the hard drive.
How do you post a link on Twitter that points to an adult website or a Youtube video that may not be suitable for public viewing ?
Since 404 errors - that say Page Not Found - are like Greek to most people, Google is taking a more user friendly approach and they now try to guess the page you are looking for.
Darren: Do you have any advice or tips for smaller to medium sized blogs that want to step up in terms of professionalism and growth?
This picture is from the office of Arianna Huffington of The Huffington Post located in New York City.
Rory Cellan-Jones of BBC writes: I met a company which boasted of employing what they called a “digital marketing consultant” to hang out in the blogosphere spreading the word about their company.
David Pogue of New York Times lists the advantages of blogging and participating in social media like Facebook, YouTube, MySpace, etc.
Am not sure why Foruture executive editor Josh Quittner refers to Michael Arrington as Arlington but it’s a good read: "Sites that started out as tiny operations – titles like ReadWrite Web, Mashable, GigaOm, and Silicon Alley Insider – have staffed up and are turning into small businesses.