Microsoft pulled down the altered image from their website but TechCrunch has started an interesting LOCcat like meme around this whole controversy - the winner gets a Bing t-shirt.
With the new Facebook photo badge, you can embed your most recently uploaded Facebook photos on external sites like blogs, social networks or even your email signature.
Should brands spend money on Pay-per-click advertisements (SEM) to make their site visible in search engines or should they invest in building organic ranks via search engine optimization (SEO).
Test your web pages under different screen resolutions online for free with viewlike.us - you can check layout under most common display resolution and even for the iPhone and Wii browser.
Google is in the process of implementing some very major changes to their search algorithms so here are tools to help you compare the existing Google ranks of your web pages with that of the future.
You use Google search and other Google products all day but can you identify the correct Google Logo. This was recently asked at the 'Who wants to be a Millionaire' game show on TV.
Create your own musical notations online for free with Noteflight - a web tool that lets you create a score using standard music notation. You can also print music sheets online.
This page includes screencast videos that were created using some of the most popular web based screencasting services.
Looks like Cuil search is having some serious issues. MIT Technology Review suggested that Cuil is trying to stage a comeback but these screenshots prove otherwise.
If your site is hosted on wordpress.com, you can use wp.me instead of a third-party URL shortening service (like bit.ly or tinyurl) to generate slim URLs for your blog articles.
In addition to Office documents and PDF files, you can also email your photographs to Google Docs or upload them online via the web browser.
Learn how to download Google Reader stories as PDF files using the new Send To menu. You can also email web pages, share them on Twitter or Facebook via Google Reader.
Amit Agarwal is a web geek and founder of Digital Inspiration, a popular tech & how-to website since 2004 ..read more