Check out some of the latest makeuseof discoveries. All listed websites are FREE (or come with a decent free account option).
It’s a new year, and the beginning of a new semester in school. Students who didn’t do so hot last year have probably made a New Year resolution to improve their grades.
Polyvore is certainly an interesting web based tool. It helps you create sets of products by mixing and matching images from anywhere on the web.
Many people who purchase a PDA or cell phone loaded with the Mobile Windows operating system often opt for phone features other than GPS functionality. When I bought my Cingular Smartphone a couple of years…
We live in an economically ruled society, no denial possible. Nearly everything is based on what you own and what you might own, compared to what others own.
Getting a pop-up error message “Couldn’t find ****.dll…” in Windows because of corrupt or missing DLL file.
Every Mac that comes with an iSight is loaded with Photo Booth. When I was Mac-less, I used to frequent Apple stores and somehow Photo Booth seemed to appeal to me then.
SlideShare offers a simple way to share powerpoint files online. Basically, it’s a presentation sharing site that allows you to upload and share Powerpoint and alike slideshows online.
How often do you search the web? By profession, I use Google search no less than twice per hour, I guess. That said, I search the web constantly.
It’s the holiday season; a time of relaxing, sleeping, hanging out, and having fun. So, let’s back away from technology for a moment and have some fun learning cool tricks that are bound to impress…
Vista Answers is a new service from Microsoft that aims to become ultimate Windows Vista help site. Here Vista users can ask questions and get answers to fix Windows Vista problems.
In his Twitter post on Christmas Day, Jimmy mentioned Twitblogs so I decided to check it out and look at it further. Twitblogs is a Web-based Twitter client which allows users to post entries with…
CD and DVD are fragile media. A few scratches here and there and they can easily become coasters on your table.
There are all sorts of reasons you would want to rip your DVD’s to AVI files. In my case it is getting rid of my space killing DVD collection.