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I am a loyal MakeUseOf reader, participating in every poll, reading most blog posts, spending time in the geeky fun and MakeUseOf answers, and finding some very high quality eBooks in MakeUseOf guides. The blog posts in MakeUseOf are incredible! They are very useful and they get more better when you have a huge collection of blog posts. I often wonder how you guys get so much information.
MakeUseOf has taught me many good things about the Internet and your Cool Websites and Tools post is excellent!! I am always surprised how you guys find so excellent websites and tools, which I have never heard before. I just have one request, which keeps me upset, for MakeUseOf. Why can’t Saikat make the weekly newsletter of MakeUseOf, a daily newsletter?
A loyal MakeUseOf reader, Tony
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you and all of the Make Use Of staff for all the great information you provide. This website has helped me out multiple times and sometimes even on a daily basis! You all do a great job and I always look forward to the next thing MUO blogs about.
Sincerely, Karen (budding geek)
Just wanted to say that finding your website has been one of the highlights of my year. Everyday you open up a whole new world of interesting things on the internet and its really amazing. THANK YOU!!! There is so much useful stuff on your website that has already helped me so much.
Greatly appreciated, Niall Wilkins
Let me commend you and the ‘makeuseof’ team for a wonderful collection of tools on the ‘The Best Of Software’ page. It was an awesome collections of tools and apps.
Keep up the excellent work – your site is one of my absolute favs, and the guides section is a huge valuable resource. You guys rock!!!!
Just wanted to thank you for my subscription to your website and tell you how awesome and helpful your site has been. I haven’t spent much time browsing online and am very technically-challenged when it comes to PC’s and all these new gadgets (recently got a small iPod). I am already Making Use Of your Twitter manual (still trying to finish it) and am learning so much from it.
Thanks so much to all of you! Looking forward to many revisits :)
I’m writing to happily say that Make Use Of just makes me want to cry tears of joy. The clarity, simplicity, and ease-of-use of your Web pages and various documents have all been superb, in my view.
I became aware of Make Use Of just a few months ago. Ever since, I’ve been very happy with the various information and documents I’ve obtained. I’ve also shared much of your content/material with friends who are less familiar with optimal use and care of their computers.
I have had these feelings from my first experience with Make Use Of, but I was inspired to send this message specifically due to seeing this particular page from your Web site. As I mentioned above, the excellent use of white space, the clarity, the clear organization, the ease-of-use, and the uncluttered appearance are all combined to make this Web page a pure joy to use.
I wanted to write to thank you for helping me learn the potential of internet. I´m 68 with an ossifying brain and recently began using the internet to keep tabs on family and friends, learn Spanish, share my paintings, and more. The ossifying brain part comes into play when I am faced with the new range of online services and tools – and that s where you come in too: MUO articles are so clearly written and useful that they are expanding my knowledge of the internet. What I mean is I not only benefit from the technical explanations of a particular software, I also am permitted, because of the level of your writing, to dream of new uses I wouldn´t have thought of without having read your blog. All I have to do is read your articles and the ambiance is conveyed to me. MUO is a painless way of deciding what to test drive.
Your articles are a pleasure to read. It´s always a pleasure to read intelligent writing. As a technical layman and an internet dolt, they´re more helpful than maybe even you might think. Your explanations are simple, the software or site is explained in a larger context so that one can think about its potential.
Just wanted to send a quick note saying I’m a Lifehacker refugee (meaning that ever since Gawker screwed the pooch I’ve been looking for a Lifehacker replacement), and that you guys are exactly what I’m looking for, and I think, an improvement overall from the increasingly less good each year, Lifehacker.
I’ve read through a few pages (and added you to my RSS feed reader) and I like the cut of your collective jibs. In short, thanks for not sucking and here’s hoping everyone who now finds themselves unhappy with Lifehacker makes their way to MakeUseOf.
How long have you been around? Why did I not know about you before? I used to spend an obscene amount of money buying “For Dummies” manuals only to discard them due to dated material. Had I known about you guys earlier I would have gotten quick freebies in no time and saved lots of cash.
Thanks for the Amazon.com Gift Card. When I started posting answers on your site, I didn’t even realize that I could win anything just by trying to help people out.
Thanks so much for mentioning our album on Sound Sunday yesterday! We got a great boost in download numbers through the night… Hope you enjoy the album too!
All the best, InAshton
This is Kane from the band Modern Science. I just wanted to personally thank you for featuring us in your article the other day. We got a lot of new fans and downloads from it and we really appreciate you helping spread the word. If there’s ever anything we can do to help you please let us know.
All good things, Kane
I have been a Sound Sunday reader and downloader for a while now. I wanted to thank you for your excellent offerings. I enjoy the diversity. I also appreciate your frankness. I was an agnostic who crossed the line, but I hate heavy-handed religiosity. Everyone has some sort of worldview. Quality music is quality music. I appreciate that – unlike others – your offerings are not anti-Christian.
I just wanted to drop you a quick note of appreciation for Sound Sunday. I’m always looking forward to Sound Sunday and I’ve already found a couple of bands and sites I now check on a regular basis because of your work. I feel that my taste of music has expanded a lot in the last couple of months due to the variety of bands you offer in your posts.
Greetings from Germany, Christian
Thank You Very Much For The Hard Work That You And Your Team Has Done For The Benefits of All The Internet Users Around The World. Your Work Is Marvellous. Hats Off……….
Boy I am so Glad I signed up to Make Use Of Newsletter I find it very useful full of tips and new ways of approaching things Great for a technically challenged guy like me and for those more technically advanced just when you think you know it all Make Use Of comes up with great new information and innovative ways of doing things. Thanks Guys you are truly Awesome!
Hello from San Diego! I just want to say thank you for all you do and for all of the amazing free stuff you provide. You make my life so much easier and you make the internet much more fun. Thanks again and blessings to all of you!
Thank you,the best decision i ever made was to join Make Use Of,as i am always learning new and exciting things to do with my computer!
I am a long time Linux user (Ubuntu about to change to Mint): this site provides some of the most useful info I have found in several years.
Just had to let you know, you and all your folks do some great and very cool stuff! Please forward out to your staff how much it’s appreciated! Please keep it free – there’s a lot of folks like me that will help when they can. The whole world isn’t greedy – as you all have shown!
I don’t remember when I first learned of MUO or from where on the Internet, I do remember that Aibek was the sole blogger mentioned on the site (that I can remember), there were few if any advertisements, no guides, no giveaways, no mention of Android phones and very limited iOS information. I remember the first time the format changed…and then again and again. It was before I was able to have a favorites bar on my desktop, but my use has always been the same. When I turn my PC on in the morning, I read three things on the Internet every single day: the Obits (sad, but true), Give Away of the Day, and Make Use Of. I never signed up though have endorsed a few things on my anonymous Facebook page. I have suggested it to a good number of friends by sending a link in email.
MUO has given me more ideas and new knowledge than any other website I have visited and I spend about 7 hours a day on the Internet as a casualty of the economy (unemployed over 3 years). So, thank you Aibek for starting a blog with down-to-earth content and useable information. And thank you to all of your cohorts who have joined you in making MUO a part of the start of each day for me. I wish all of you continued success and sincerely hope you are reaping the financial rewards of producing a site that is a real life benefit to us, its readers.
I am a 78 old lady who is still eager to learn more about all that “new fangled” technology there is out there! I am very appreciative to your great topics about different electronic “stuff”, not all of it “goes right over my head”, some of it was very helpful and in a language (I was born and raised in Germany, so if you get too “fancy” with your language, I have a problem!!!) I can understand. So I just wanted to thank you.