Learn how to easily find someone's email address on the Internet with the help of a popular Gmail add-on and some trial-and-error.
The very-popular Lifehacker website did a little Q&A with me for their How-I-Work series.
With the HTML5 Geolocation API, websites can determine your location coordinates but Chrome does allow you to easily fake your current geographic location.
You can add search shortcuts on the home screen of your Android or iPhone and perform searches on your favorite websites with fewer steps.
Learn how music companies can profit from YouTube videos that contain copyrighted songs or even movie clips for which the uploader does not have the rights.
I sold one of my Chrome extensions to an unknown developer for a 4-figure deal. Not bad for a piece of code that has taken an hour to write but the new owners are serving adware though the add-on.
The YouTube website has thousands of full-length movies, both classics and new releases, that you can watch online for free. A new site makes it even easier to discover these free films.
Your Google Contacts can now add or update their contact information in your online address book directly with this simple Google Script.
Learn how to to add QR codes to your printed web pages using simple CSS rules.
You can play YouTube videos in the background on your Android phone and use the world's most popular video website as a non-stop audio player.
Learn how you can easily scrape the Reddit website using their own API and a little bit of Google Scripts. No programming or server required.
Here are some cool and interesting websites that will make you smile and also help beat that afternoon energy slump.
How do your find out the date when your created the Google Account. This information is also required for recovering your Gmail account.
The new custom-sized AdSense ad units, if implemented properly, may help boost your advertising revenue. Learn how you should add these new units to your responsive or non-responsive website.
Blogger redirects blogs to country-specific domains in at least 15 countries. This script will help prevent your blogs from redirecting to country URLs.
WordPress is open-source and free. How can Automattic make money if they are giving away WordPress for free?