Forbes has some good tips for job seekers on how to use LinkedIn to catch a recruiter's attention. Always get recommendations because lot of companies simply ignore candidates that don't have recommendations.
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.
Tzomet Sfarim, a book chain based in Israel, is using a variation of the Facebook logo in their print ads to attract Israeli youngsters who may be too addicted to the social web especially Facebook.
If you have trouble deciding between Twitter and Tumblr, this could just make the choice easier.
Twitmarks, created by Twitter user mixdev, is an experiment that analyzes your tweets and tries to guess your gender.
In an surprising move away from the Google brand, g.cn, the shortest domain name which Google acquired last year, is now being officially promoted by Google.
You’ve probably heard of WYSIWYG (What you see is what you get), used to describe software in which content displayed during editing appears very similar to the final output.
Google Universal Search changed the basic rule that only high quality web pages could put your site on the front pages of Google. You can have good positions even without text through the use of images, blogs and even videos.
Learn how to remove selected websites or web pages from your Firefox browser history so that other may not come to know about your web browsing session.
The net send command is a useful Windows command to post a quick message to any PC connected to your LAN.
Google introduced a small change in the YouTube player today that could save you some time as you can safely skip videos that either have low user ratings or carry some crazy titles.
Image editing software like Adobe Photoshop will simply refuse to print fake currency notes and instead show a warning message if you try the print command.
iSerenity delivers premium sounds and image environments to your computer for relaxing, privacy or even entertainment.
iPhorest is an iPhone app that allows users to plant trees from their phone. As the seedling on your phone grows, you can pass on the seeds to other phones and thus help accelerate the forestation effort.
If the Google logo was painted on a wall and the colors of paint start dripping down the wall, you'll probably get this pattern. Done by French graffiti artist Zevs.
If you’re the kind of geek who insists on reading everything in XML, this should be fun.
You can memorize lengthy speeches, presentations and other long passages of text quickly with the help of memorize now application.