As we bid adieu to 2008, let's looks at some useful web applications that really made an impact. All these apps are available online for free and require no installation.
The total number of domain names registered worldwide has recently crossed the 200 million mark according to a VeriSign report.
This app will re-format your Facebook like a newspaper - you can catch all the photos, videos and links shared by your Facebook friends on a single page.
Do you want to create animations in Google Docs? Take inspiration from this awesome deck.
This tutorial describes how you can customize the layout and design of your new Facebook profile page with the help of image slices.
The YouTube trends dashboard will help you track the most popular YouTube videos by view count or by the name of shares on social sites.
The user database of Gawker Media has been hacked and the email addresses, user names (aliases) and encrypted passwords of millions of Gawker users have now been posted on the public web.
Resume Builder is an online tool that will turn your LinkedIn Profile into an impressive-looking resume ready for printing.
SlideShare has announced the results for the World's Best Presentation contest and here are the top three decks as decided by the jurors which included Guy Kawasaki, David Armano and Carmine Gallo who authored the Steve Jobs book.
Dropbox for Teams - This Dropbox edition is for small businesses who are considering moving to a cloud based solution for file sharing and synchronization .
You can now see the readability level of web pages in Google itself. To read a page thatâ€™s written in more simple English, click the search result thatâ€™s marked as â€œBasic reading level.â€
Stuck in a foreign land where people don't understand your native language. See how you can speak foreign languages with Google Translate.
Amit Agarwal is a web geek and founder of Digital Inspiration, a popular tech & how-to website since 2004 ..read more