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Follow Digital inspiration on Twitter and receive alerts when new tutorials and how-to guides are published on the blog. For my personal tweets, please follow @labnol.
- Follow on Google Plus
The Google+ profile was on Google’s suggested users list for some time and that explains why 1,000,000+ users have added me to their circle.
- Follow on Instagram
Now that Instagram supports video, I think I’ll use the app more frequently and even experiment with short video tutorials.
- Get the Chrome App
You can install the Digital Inspiration app in your Google Chrome and access the website from the browser’s start page. Writing a Chrome App is easy.
- Follow on Foursqure
Curious to know about my favorite places or where I have been to recently. Follow me on Foursquare and you may get a hint.
- Follow on Flickr
With 1 TB of space, I think Flickr is awesome again. You can expect to see software screenshots, memes and sometimes personal pictures on my Flickr page.
- Follow on Pinterest
On Pinterest, I mostly curate historical art (especially from the Mughal era), tech cartoons, UI elements and also my favorite gadgets. Also see: Stuff I Use.
Going forward, the YouTube video tutorials will also be available as downloadable podcasts on the iTunes store.