What is Cloud Computing ? What do you mean by Living in the Cloud ? Google Friends newsletter explains Cloud Computing.
You can now export all your blogger blogs with comments into an XML file or you can merge two or more existing blogs into one.
Like to know a secret way to browse Digg during office hours with letting your boss know about it. You can apply the same trick to access Digg when the site has been blocked in school.
WebAnywhere provides access to the web from any machine with a modern web browser and some way to play audio. It is useful for web developers who would like to check their pages for accessibility and for blind web users using a computer where no other screen reader is available.
SlideShare, that is home to tens of thousands of PowerPoint presentations, is running a contest to award some of the worldâ€™s best presentations done in PowerPoint, Keynote or Impress.
Google is using the very successful “anyone can edit” model of Wikipedia to improve the quality of information available on Google Maps.
Visuwords is an online dictionary and thesaurus that helps you find word meanings and explore the association between different words.
Six-figure bloggers is a very rare breed on this planet but there also exist bloggers who are billionaires.
This great SEO tip from Stoney deGeyter suggests how you can link to internal pages on your website by adding rel=nofollow attribute to links like “click here” or “read more” that have no relevant anchor text.
Print your Guinness World Record certificate - show the world that you helped set a Guinness World Record with your own personalized Firefox 3 Download Day certificate.
Befunky is an online app that can turns your photographs into interesting cartoons without requiring expensive software like Photoshop.
Media websites like The Washington Post, TIME, Wall Street Journal, etc. use Sphere to show related links next to their news stories. BBC went one step further and built their own news aggregator.
When someone posts a link on Twitter, it is automatically converted into a short URL often powered by tinyurl.com. Human visitors can click the tinyurl link to visit the underlying website but that may or may not be the case with Google spiders.
“Keep it short and sweet because if you don’t, you’ll get ignored.” Christopher Elliott shares some good practices and etiquettes for sending e-mail messages to and from cell phones.
Baron recently wrote a technical book for O’Reilly on MySQL and later realized that even if the book sold well, he is not going to make nearly enough money from royalties to make the time worthwhile, financially.
Wordle is the best tag cloud generators on the web. It even lets you change fonts, color schemes and text orientation. With Wordle, you can either create a tag cloud using any del.icio.us user name or copy-paste any block of text of unlimited length.
XNote is a Thunderbird extension that lets you associate sticky notes to emails. You can put anything text inside the note and it stays with your message forever.
You’ve seen the FeedBurner graphic that shows the current count of your RSS subscribers. Now there’s a similar badge for Twitter to show the count of your Twitter followers.