ShowMeWhatsWrong is a very cool site that aims to help people create screen recordings of computer problems easily. Go to the site, type in your name and email and you’ll get a link that you send to a friend or family member who is having issues. They record a screen cast and you get an email to view. Easy as that.
Ever wonder who uses the Internet more: men or women? Or how often people use the Internet at home? Curious how many people have desktop computers vs laptops? It’s all in the State of the Internet by Focus.
State of the Internet 2009
MSNBC has compiled a list of truly hysterical Triumph moments.
Triumph the Insult Comic Dog
Managing browser bookmarks can be a pain if you frequently toggle between multiple browsers. Xmarks is a great tool that helps you do that with minimum effort. Read the post to know how it works and what are the benefits of using it.
How To Sync Bookmarks Across Different Browsers Using Xmarks
If you’re looking to make your Internet browsing more secure, one way could be to disable Meta Refresh. It’s an old option in Internet browsers that is now used more often for malicious purposes than what it was initially intended for. Read on to learn more.
Disable Meta Refresh in IE 8
Ever wanted to compare the environment variables, Internet Explorer settings, network configuration, processes, installed software on two different machines? ENVy is a cool programs that lets you do exactly that! Great for IT pros or developers.
Puppies ! Animal Planet again hosts the Puppy Bowl, looping from 3pm on. That’s a 10 yard penalty for ruffing
Puppy Bowl VI
URL Opener is a simple and useful tool that helps you open multiple urls at the same time in your browser. No registration required. Just enter the urls in different lines and then click on Submit –> Open All.
Some neat pics of hardware through the years from Time Magazine.