Start a blog. Watch it take off. Then, quit office life, sit at home, and live off the advertising revenue.
Online tool will morph your picture with photos from the 1950's, 60's, etc. to give you a good idea about how you would look like if you were born in that era.
WhoIsHostingThis, a free service that helps you determine the web host of any website, has published a list of web hosting providers that are popular among the top 100 blog sites.
If you are displaying this FeedBurner badge on your site, read this workaround to hide that lower portion of the graphic.
Imagine if you could arrange all slides from a PowerPoint presentation onto a large canvas and then use pan and zoom controls (like in Google Maps) to navigate from one slide to another. This unique presentation style will leave audience impressed.
An XML sitemap, which is simply a plain text file on your server, will enables Google, Yahoo and other search engines to locate pages on your website that have been recently updated or added.
You know how easy it is to interact with websites through email. For instance, you can upload photos to Flickr, publish blogs on Tumblr, upload files to Google Docs, save notes in Evernote, send videos to YouTube, convert documents .. and so much more with a simple email message.
How to send an email messages anonymously and secretly so that recipient will never know who sent that message and from where.
Zemanta is a useful service that makes it easy for bloggers to find images, tags and blog posts that are possibly related to your own content.
The BBC World Service, in an effort to prevent transmission of HIV in India, has created a free ringtone for your mobile phone that chants like "condom, condomâ€¦"
This is interesting – you can get Firefox browser on a CD from the Mozilla Store for around $6 each.
The NYT recently profile Heather Armstrong, who runs Dooce.com, a blog on motherhood.
If you are an existing Tumblr user, go here to try out the new dashboard. There aren’t any new features at the moment but you can expect some in the coming days.
Adeona is a free software that will help you track the location of your notebook computer that may have been lost or stolen. Adeona is currently available for Linux, Windows and Mac OS X but going forward, it may be available for iPhone & Windows Mobile as well.
Randy Pauschâ€™s Last Lecture that he gave at the Carnegie Mellon University has now been viewed more than 6 million times and is probably one of those rare videos on YouTube that got a perfect 5 by everyone who rated for that video so far.
When you right-click on the Windows desktop, there's an option to change the default size of desktop icons - you could either choose medium, large or the default Classic size.
EverNote (iTunes link), one of the most popular productivity apps for iPhone and iPod Touch, has been updated.