Have a long list of terms to search for? Instead of typing in each query one at a time, use SearchOpener. The site is simple – enter a list or string of text, and SearchOpener will perform multiple searches at the same time. You can even select different search engines, such as Yahoo or Bing. Once you enter […]
We’ve start a new website, called 24ofFame.com. 24ofFame is a social network lottery. Every day, one user is randomly selected to share a post. It could be your “15 minutes” (i.e. 24 hours) of fame. Think of it like this: You’re at a stadium, and it’s packed. You’re randomly selected to post something on the JumboTron. […]
The web browser battles seem to never end. For basic functionality, they all serve the same purpose. Check out the current (and past) browser usage statistics. Web Browser Usage Statistics However, I think Google Chrome is the best browser. It’s fast, updates automatically, and integrates well with your GMail account. It also has an extensive […]
When you close a browser tab/window (by accident, or prematurely), you can reopen the tab with most web browsers. With Chrome and Firefox, enter Control+Shift+T on Windows and Command+Shift+T on Mac OS X. For Safari, enter Command+Z. This feature comes in very handy!
By now, you’ve probably seen online ads for MacKeeper. Actually, you’ve probably seen a thousand ads for MacKeeper. Pop-up ads and misleading advertising is the cornerstone of their business. It’s basically a software advertised to “clean” your computer, but that’s far from the truth. Stay away from this program. The effectiveness (and overall safety) of this […]
Customers often ask me how to send a website link, via email. Here are the instructions. 1. Visit the website (or page) you want to visit. In this example, I’m going to visit the BBC’s Business section. 2. Highlight all the text in the address bar, and select copy. 3. Paste the link in your […]
Here are five new reasons to upgrade or switch browsers. 5 More Reasons Why IE6 Must Die