Rory Cellan-Jones of BBC writes: I met a company which boasted of employing what they called a “digital marketing consultant” to hang out in the blogosphere spreading the word about their company.
Windows Live Writer 2008 has no search feature so you have to manually scroll through that long list of unpublished draft post to find the one you are looking for. We discuss a more efficient approach.
The Clip To OneNote add-in for Firefox was written for Microsoft OneNote 2003 and Firefox 1.5. Download the updated add-in that works perfect with Firefox 2, Firefox 3 and Microsoft OneNote 2007.
David Pogue of New York Times lists the advantages of blogging and participating in social media like Facebook, YouTube, MySpace, etc.
Am not sure why Foruture executive editor Josh Quittner refers to Michael Arrington as Arlington but it’s a good read: "Sites that started out as tiny operations – titles like ReadWrite Web, Mashable, GigaOm, and Silicon Alley Insider – have staffed up and are turning into small businesses.
Q: What are the benefits of submitting a sitemap to Google Webmaster dashboard if your website is already crawled well by Google?
In a strange move, the US Air Force has cut off access to all external websites that contain the term "blog" in the URL. The official argument is that blogs aren't legitimate media outlets and therefore, shouldn't be read at work.
You can quickly add a Photoshop button in Google Picasa that will automatically open the current picture inside Photoshop for advanced editing. That should save some of your time.
If you ever wanted to know about the Google AdSense ads that you have recently clicked from Firefox or IE, here’s a tip:
Ed Bott of ZDNet comes down heavily on Techmeme which he calls the "Short Attention Span Theater" of the blogosphere.
You grab a screenshot with the Print Screen key or SnagIt screen capture, save that captured image to the desktop and then upload it online to your blog, Flickr or some other image hosting service.
Photoshop Express in an online photo editing application that is free, responsive with an extremely elegant interface. And there's a full screen mode as well so one gets the feel of a desktop application.
From blogging to traditional media - the following heatmaps of the world suggest how much each country of the world gets covered by popular media outlets like The New York Times, Salon and The Economist.
A simple DOS command to help you you remember the exact date and time when you last switched on the computer.
SweaterGal knows the longitude and latitude of a place and is trying to do a reverse loop so as to pinpoint the exact location of some cell phone owner on the world map.
Create Office documents, spreadsheets and presentations in any Indian languages using Google Docs.
Managing the flood of email messages that most of us need to interact with on a daily basis is a growing challenge. This free PDF from David Allen will help you manage email overload better.
Scoble has a good suggestion for companies who want bloggers to talk about their products – Send bloggers interesting stories — especially about other people.