“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.
OpenDNS Review - learn the advantages of OpenDNS and how this service can make internet a safer place for you and your family. Its OpenDNS not OpeDSN.
What is the best font for creating LOLCAT pictures ?
This Clown Fish iPhone Wallpaper is popular because Steve Jobs uses this as a wallpaper on his own iPhone.
Inspired by Facebook (What are you doing right now), LinkedIn too has added Status that is similar to Facebook feature though the language is slightly different (What Are You Working On?).
Viscosity is an online tool to help you quickly draw Modern Art Paintings using just the mouse - no artistic skills required. You can then download your "creative work" as an image and set it as a desktop wallpaper.
IDG, the company famous for publishing technology magazines like Macworld and PC World, has launched an advertising network for technology bloggers. I highly recommend signing up as these programs generally yield higher returns than Google AdSense because you get to specify your own prices.
Did you know that Office Live Workspace has a bulk uploader tool that lets you upload multiple files (documents, images, PDFs) from the local computer to your online Office Live account.
Planetaki is a new service that helps you read articles from different websites at one place in a format similar to river of news. This is a completely different concept from regular RSS readers like Bloglines or Google Reader.
While you can explore different cities of the world in 3D using Google Earth, Wings is a Flash based game that helps you fly virtually over any destination on Earth in the browser.
Use Google Documents like Google Notebook and save all your online web research to Google Docs.
Relevant Outbound links to authority / quality websites on your blog / website can boost your organic rankings in Google and other search engines.