Online tools and web services – not to be confused with desktop based software.
How do you calculate area of that garden in the backyard of your house ? Or how do you measure size of an outdoor swimming pool or a football stadium?
Google Wiki (aka Google Sites) is now open for all. Please stop reading this post and visit Google Sites immediately because if you are late, someone else may grab your favorite URL(s).
After a long wait, Gabe finally introduced a search engine for Techmeme that is actually very good.
If you share files via Rapidshare and/or Megaupload, you may find TinyLoad pretty useful.
Say your name is Jessica and you plan to launch a personal website but the web domain jessica.com is already registered.
You delivered a training session or a talk at some conference your PowerPoint slides are on Slideshare while the video recording of the event is on YouTube. Omnisio will help you synchronize both video and PowerPoint presentation online.
Textris is an online sorting tool that lets you quickly sort and alphabetize a list of records without requiring Excel. You may also use Textris to remove duplicate records from a list.
AdSense for Domains is a Google program that allows web domain owners to monetize parked domains without even creating a website.
You need not be very creative to build good looking fonts. FontStruct is a new web-based font building that lets you create beautiful fonts in the browser itself using nothing but the mouse.
You know how to ego-surf with Google but Addict-o-matic can help you find occurrences of your name across a much larger web and that too, very quickly.
If you keep hearing about vi ("vee eye") from your Linux friends but never had a chance to experience this powerful text editor yourself, here’s something for you.
MySpace, Facebook and LinkedIn are some of most talked-about social networks on the Internet with millions of users across the globe.
Amit Agarwal is a web geek and founder of Digital Inspiration, a popular tech & how-to website since 2004 ..read more