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How to Confuse an Idiot

Check out this video for a simple trick to confuse an idiot. Note that the video might take a little time to load, but it’s well worth the wait.

Single Google Query uses 1000 Machines in 0.2 seconds

Google is normally quite secretive about their search infrastructure but, in a break from tradition, they have revealed that a single search query on Google can consume the processing power of 1000 machines.

Use Your Email Signature to Support a Good Cause

Sign-up with Reply for All and choose the cause you want to support via your email signature - it could be Cancer cure, AIDS prevention, animal rights, children's rights, global warming, clean water, poverty or education.

AdSense for Domains Available for International Publishers

If you own unused web domains that are getting some traffic because the domain is listed in some web directory or printed on your old business card, here's an opportunity to monetize those visitors with Google AdSense.

Indibloggies – the Indian Blog Awards

Indibloggies is an annual blog-award website targeted at Indian Blogs and was started as a parody clique on the Bloggies. The site slogan says that it showcases the best of the Indian blogosphere.

Emoticons without Turning your Head

Emoticons, which are usually drawn sideways, need you to turn your head to read them. If for some reason you prefer them right side up, here is a list of emoticons you don’t have to turn your head for.

Is Text-to-Speech a Copyright Violation ?

The text-to-speech feature, introduced in the new version of the Amazon Kindle, to allow readers to listen to their favorite books, is now in trouble, with publishers claiming that the Kindle does not have rights to read books aloud.

This Printed Newspaper Is Made of Blogs Only

Unlike traditional newspapers that hire journalists to report news, The Printed Blog newspaper only republishes content and photographs from blogs with permission from the actual authors.

Add Your Current Location to Gmail Signatures Automatically

Gmail users who travel frequently will simply love this. You can now instruct Google email to automatically add your current geographic location in all your outgoing email messages so that recipients get to know where you are at the moment.