You can use Google Drive as a public drop box and receive files directly in Drive from anyone. Guests can even upload files to your Drive folder anonymously.
Learn how to customize the layout of the Facebook Like Box (or Page Plugin) embedded on your website with some simple CSS. You can add cover photos, add a call to action button and more.
Imagine if you could open websites like the New York Times or BBC in edit mode and change text or images on the web page as if you were editing some wiki website.
The new Gmail clipper lets you effortlessly save email messages and included file attachments from Gmail to your Evernote notebooks.
Learn how to create a Google Map using the current postal addresses of your Google Contacts. The maps are automatically saved in your Google Drive.
How recruiters can find potential candidates on LinkedIn with some simple Google search queries. The scraped LinkedIn profiles can be saved to a Google Sheet.
Learn how to replace an existing file in Google Drive with a new and updated version but without changing the shared link of the file.
If the entire Wikipedia Encyclopedia were available as a physical printed book, it would span 7500 volumes. And someone is just trying to make that happen.
You can write tweets with rich-text formatting using TallTweets. It also supports tweetstorms where long text is broken into multiple tweets and sent in sequence.
Learn how to use YouTube to automatically transcribe audio and video files. The transcriptions can be exported as text files.
You can designate a common folder in your Dropbox account and anyone can upload files to this folder from the browser without even requiring a Dropbox account.
Amit Agarwal is a web geek and founder of Digital Inspiration, a popular tech & how-to website since 2004 ..read more