list.it, or the Latitudinal Information Scrap Trapper that Indexes Things, is a small, simple note-keeping Firefox extension designed by MIT researchers to help you manage the tons of little information bits you need to keep track of each day.
The year 2008 saw the emergence of some great pocket video cameras that are no larger than your mobile phone, inexpensive, they shoot good-looking video and are almost as easy to operate as an iPod - no confusing controls, just a single record button. These pocket camcorder attach to the computer via the USB port and record video in a straight-to-web format perfect for YouTube and other video sharing websites.
TED Conference for 2009 will be held at Long Beach, California from February 3-7 and personalities like Bill Gates, Tim Berners Lee, Seth Godin, Nandan Nilekani, Ed Ulbrich will be speaking at the conference.
The new Windows Live suite includes three different services for file storage and online synchronization. They are called Live Mesh, Windows Live Sync and Windows Live SkyDrive - all apps are available for free and you just need a Windows Live account to get started.
The webmaster team at Google has put together this 20 minute video presentation with tips on how to improve your site's presence on Google and how to deal with common issues like duplicate content, fluctuating PageRank, image search, etc.
The New York Times recently talked about how people make a living (read six-figure income) from their videos on YouTube through advertisements but what they missed is this part where some people are getting ad deals because of their viral videos.