How many RSS subscribers does a particular website or blog has? Find it out with Google Reader.
This is a collection of evergreen how-guides and detailed tutorials to help you do more with software tools that you use daily.
Whether you are planning a movie with friends or trying to organize a lunch meeting with clients, finding the right date and time for an event that will suit everyone becomes easy with these online scheduling apps.
Learn how to find similar songs, music albums and bands based on your current favorite music, genre or artists who you already love listening to. You can even use YouTube as music discovery engine.
Do you have normal vision? Learn how you can quickly test your eyesight at home using the computer itself with the help of the popular Sneller Eye Test.
How do you determine if that exe file running in the task manager is a legitimate Windows process or a virus in disguise?
Are you not allowed to use Twitter during office hours. Is the Twitter website blocked in your company? This guide describes ways to help you use Twitter without letting anyone know.
When friends ask me which service should they use to register new web domains on the Internet, I always recommend Google Apps. Here's what you should know before registering domains with Google Apps.
If a website is republishing your content by scraping the RSS feed, use Google Docs to generate the list of infringing URLs for the DMCA complaint.
Do you want to use your Macbook at office which is a Windows only network and one that uses Microsoft Exchange server for email and calendar? This detailed guide has everything you need to use a Mac in a corporate environment. You can can mount network drives, connect to shared printers, share file folders and more.
Google Reader doesn't support private RSS feeds. You can however remove authentication via FeedDemon or Yahoo! Pipes and then subscribe to any password-protected blog feed in Google Reader.
If you are looking to find the right kind of font /typeface for your design project, this font selection flowchart should come handy.
SlideShare is a perfect place for uploading your PowerPoint presentations. If you can add Twitter, Facebook and other social sharing options to the deck, it can help drive even more traffic to your presentations.
This article describes how you can prevent people from hotlinking to your images, videos and other media files that are hosted on Amazon S3 or CloudFront.
Your computer can open YouTube and Google website but sites like Paypal, Orkut, eBay or Craigslist are unreachable. You can probably fix this issue by clearing your DNS cache or checking your Windows Hosts file.
The iPad is like an oversized iPhone except that it cannot make phone calls or send SMS text messages. There are however apps that can turn your iPad into a phone.
Learn how you can download all your data from Facebook including stuff that is not available in the official export feature.
This tutorial describes how you can embed videos from YouTube, Facebook and other Flash videos into your PowerPoint presentation slides.
If you are looking for software to create your own computer video games, try Kodu - it's a free program from Microsoft that will help you quickly design games for Windows PC and Xbox 360 without any coding.