Zoho today release an updated version of their Microsoft Office plugin that lets you upload Word documents and Excel Spreadsheet directly from Microsoft Office.
Cloudalicious lets you plot Delicious tag cloud graphs over time.
Hitwise today released new data about the top 20 most popular websites in terms of traffic with Google.com taking the top position.
Problem: You are working in an Internet cafe where you don't have permission to install new software on the computer so how do you capture a video of your desktop screen activity?
Tip of the Tongue: Find that word that you've been thinking about all day but just can't seem to remember.
Google launched SMS channels early this month and so far, this new medium of content distribution has proved to be quite popular among mobile phone users in India who prefer receiving updates via SMS messages than say email or RSS feeds.
Flickr Guide will show you how to do everything on Flickr. You can download and backup flickr pictures, set them as rotating wallpapers, browse pictures in 3D, make a screensaver and more.
A UCLA study has revealed that the use of search engines may actually help stimulate and improve the minds of middle-aged and older people.
If you like to enjoy XM Radio on your computer via the Internet for free, create a trial account and use the coupon code COOLCAR08 that will give you instant access to 80+ music channels for a month.
What URLs should you put in the XML sitemap of your website / blog? All pages or just the important pages or pages that have not been crawled or indexed yet by search engine spiders.
Learn how to compost and cross-post the same blog post on to multiple blogging platforms at once including Blogger, WordPress, Tumblr, MySpace, TypePad, etc.
Learn how to create a simple Popurl Clone (or Alltop Clone) without any script or programming.
Like the previously mentioned Firefox Menu Editor, FFChrome is a new Firefox addon that lets you trim the contextual menu of your Firefox browser to show just the most useful commands.
Google Reader carried out a satisfaction survey over the last two weeks, and asked its users to describe it in one word.
Since it is Blog Action Day on October 15th, Jacob Cass has decided to donate 10 cents for every comment you leave on this post.
Finch is a free web service that strips web pages of all extraneous content (CSS, images, Flash, metadata, frames, etc.) so you've less data to download on your slow internet onnection. Use it to speed up your browsing on dialup, mobile phones, or anything else that's slow, as well as make Internet cheaper for pay-per-megabyte plans.
Amazon S3 Tutorial: Learn how to hosting web images, css and other static files on to Amazon S3 Simple Storage Service.