Steve from The Strauss Groups shares how you can put your product on the first page of Google search results: The answer is video.
This time-lapse video show how the cover of the MCLA Magazine (January 2010 issue_ was created.
What do you do when there’s a new email in your inbox saying that you’ve won a few thousand dollars and all you have to do is furnish your bank details so that they can transfer the money to your bank account.
This video explains the phenomenon called Twitter in 60 seconds .. .. and here’s the usual CommonCraft video explaining Twitter in plain English.
Matt Mullenweg, founder of WordPress, shares his list of favorite gadgets.
Google can customize your search results based on your past search activity on Google. This customization includes searches you’ve done and results you’ve clicked.
Rupert Murdoch’s comment on websites that use content from News Corp. sites (like The Wall Street Journal, Fox News, etc.): There are those who think they have a right to take our news content and use it for their own purposes without contributing a penny to its production.
Looking to access Facebook on your mobile phone. Here are some Facebook apps for your mobile phone.
Here’s how you can find the list of most contacted email addresses from your Gmail account: Step 1.
This very interesting Time-Lapse video of Manhattan area in the New York City was made by Steven M. Bumgardner.
Rand says that you should look at your search query logs and try to figure out queries that have high abandonment rates.
This is Adam Smith of Xobni, one of the best Outlook plug-ins.
If you frequently embed video clips in your PowerPoint presentations, you’ll absolutely love PowerPoint 2010 since it includes a built-in video editor.
You can broadcast live presentations over the Internet to a remote audience for free using a built-in feature of PowerPoint 2010. It uses the Office Live Web Apps to host your presentation online.
You can convert PowerPoint presentations into a video for viewing on a large HD display, or for buring to a standard DVD or for watching on your iPod like a podcast.
With Office 2010, Microsoft has completely revamped the print options dialog. You can modify the common print settings (like margins, paper size, etc) using the handy drop-down menus and the automatic print previews are automatically adjusted.
With Microsoft Office 2010, you can upload Office documents to Windows Live SkyDrive right from the Office program.
Office 2010 includes a built-in PDF writer to help you save any document into the PDF format at the click of a button.