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You can follow Digital Inspiration on different social networks and get updates as soon as any new tutorial or how-to guide is published on the site.

  • EmailDaily Email Newsletter
    Subscribe to our email newsletter and get tips and tutorials delivered straight to your inbox. The email delivery happens through Mailchimp and you can unsubscribe anytime with a click.
  • RSSDigital Inspiration RSS Feed
    You can subscribe to our RSS feed in any of your favorite feed reader including Feedly, Newsblur or the Old Reader. For other RSS readers, please use this link.
  • YouTubeYouTube Channel
    Subscribe to the YouTube channel of Digital Inspiration and get the latest video tutorials and screencasts on your YouTube homepage. Digital Inspiration is a YouTube partner.
  • iTunes PodcastSubscribe on iTunes
    You can download all our video screencasts and tutorials on your iPhone or iPad and watch them offline. The podcast is now available on the iTunes Store.
  • FacebookFacebook Page (Personal Profile)
    More than 100,000 Facebook users have liked the Digital Inspiration so far. Become a fan and get news updates, announcements and exclusive giveaways in your Facebook news feed.
  • TwitterFollow on @Twitter (Personal Profile)
    Follow Digital inspiration on Twitter and receive alerts when new tutorials and how-to guides are published on the blog. For my personal tweets, please follow @labnol.
  • Google Plus Follow on Google Plus
    The Google+ profile was on Google’s suggested users list for some time and that explains why 1,000,000+ users have added me to their circle.
  • InstagramFollow on Instagram
    Now that Instagram supports video, I think I’ll use the app more frequently and even experiment with short video tutorials.
  • chromeGet the Chrome App
    You can install the Digital Inspiration app in your Google Chrome and access the website from the browser’s start page. Writing a Chrome App is easy.
  • FoursquareFollow on Foursqure
    Curious to know about my favorite places or where I have been to recently. Follow me on Foursquare and you may get a hint.
  • FlickrFollow on Flickr
    With 1 TB of space, I think Flickr is awesome again. You can expect to see software screenshots, memes and sometimes personal pictures on my Flickr page.
  • PinterestFollow on Pinterest
    On Pinterest, I mostly curate historical art (especially from the Mughal era), tech cartoons, UI elements and also my favorite gadgets. Also see: Stuff I Use.

Going forward, the YouTube video tutorials will also be available as downloadable podcasts on the iTunes store.