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Google PageRank Dropped? No Reason to Worry

The most recent PageRank update sparked some intense discussion in the blogosphere with people like Steve Rubel, John Battelle, Danny Sullivan and Dave McClure joining the conversation.

Use Descriptive Anchor Text for Outbound Links

Descriptive anchor text (the visible text in a hyperlink) helps accurately inter-connect the web. It allows both users and Googlebot to better understand what they're likely to find when following a link to another page. So if it's not too much trouble, try making anchor text descriptive."

RSS.com Domain Up for Grabs

The domain rss.com is probably a good fit for groups that are maintaining the RSS specification or for companies who are in business of building tools related to RSS technologies like Newsgator or Google.

Implement AdSense Revenue Sharing on a Multi-Author Blog

You are the admin of a team blog that has multiple guest authors. The revenue sharing arrangement is such that all members get to keep a fixed percentage of the AdSense revenue that is generated from pages / articles that they have written.

Find Spelling Mistakes on Web Pages with Spellist

Nothing looks more unprofessional than a couple of spelling mistakes on your site so here's an online tool that will help you quickly spell check an entire web page though it wont' fix these errors for you.

Gmail Goggles: No More Drunk Emailing on Friday Nights

Mail you send late night on the weekends may be useful but you may regret it the next morning. Solve some simple math problems and you're good to go. Otherwise, get a good night's sleep and try again in the morning.

Picjuice Online Image Editor

If you’re looking for a dead simple online image editor to perform only the most basic image editing tasks, Google Appengine based Picjuice is the answer.

Mutiny Blog Now Published as a Print Magazine

Jacob Joseph launched Mutiny as a personal blog some five years ago but it soon acquired the shape of a community blog with dozens of contributors (they call themselves mutineers) who all have day-jobs but still contribute religiously to Mutiny.