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27 Set/10

Now Shipping: ThinkUp Beta 1

Now Shipping: ThinkUp Beta 1

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Hit a big milestone today! We released the first beta of ThinkUp, the PHP/MySQL webapp that archives your social media interactions in a database you control. Download it here. Following eight alpha releases over the past eight months, I’m so proud that the ThinkUp community and the software product itself has reached beta. The beta represents hundreds of commits by over 20 thoughtful developers scattered across the globe,...

16 Set/10

Now Available: The Complete Android Guide

Now Available: The Complete Android Guide

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); My fellow Lifehacker Kevin Purdy has just published The Complete Android Guide, a soup-to-nuts how-to book on making the most of that Android-powered computer in your pocket. The book is available to browse freely online, as a $9 PDF or ePub file, and in print for $20. (This week only, if you follow @completeandroid on Twitter and send them a direct message, you’ll get a 20% discount code.) Congratulations to Kevin for...

13 Set/10

Mac vs. PC: Myth-busting Guide for Consumers

Mac vs. PC: Myth-busting Guide for Consumers

It’s no surprise that the war between Mac and PC users has been going on for ages. Some Mac users can’t stand PC users and vise-versa. Windows users claim that Macs aren’t suitable computers because they’re not practical and Mac users claim that PCs are insufficient and slow. So can we credit these myths? Are Macs not worth their price? Are Windows PCs really that awful? In this article, we will compare both companies in a very neutral manner! We will first understand...


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3 Set/10

The Best Things to Buy in September [Buying Guide]

The Best Things to Buy in September [Buying Guide]

Lots of stores are looking to make space for their big fall inventory push, and everything left over from summer is going cheap. Time to look into cars, appliances, holiday airfare, and other good buys in September. More » Continua a leggere – Original Link: The Best Things to Buy in September [Buying Guide] Technorati Tags: buying, buying-guide, buyingguide, feature, from-summer, guide, inventory-push, make-space,...

12 Ago/10

The Non-Alarmist Guide to Avoiding Your Environmental Health Risks [Geomedicine]

The Non-Alarmist Guide to Avoiding Your Environmental Health Risks [Geomedicine]

We’re all going to die someday, but where you live can play an important role in when and how it’ll happen. Here’s a look into geomedicine—the study of location-based health factors—and how you can stay healthy in your locale. More » Continua a leggere – Original Link: The Non-Alarmist Guide to Avoiding Your Environmental Health Risks [Geomedicine] Technorati Tags: all-going, clips, feature,...

10 Ago/10

Download Google Books For Offline Reading

Download Google Books For Offline Reading

Google Books offers one of the largest collections of books online, divided into full books which are accessible from page one to the end, and book previews which are not accessible completely. Up until now users have tried different ways to download those books to their computers and devices, largely to access them in an offline environment or on devices with an unreliable Internet connection. The major problem that many Google Books user face is the difficulty in determining whether...

5 Ago/10

On Google Wave and “Failed” Experiments

On Google Wave and “Failed” Experiments

Yesterday while I was on the air with Jeff and Leo recording TWiG, Google announced that they are halting development on Wave. The webapp will be available till the end of the year–with mechanisms to export your current wave data–and the code will remain open source. As the author of the first user guide on Wave, I spent this morning doing interviews with tech journalists about what this all means. Here are some questions I got asked, and answers I offered. What do you think...

19 Lug/10

Operations Guide For Microsoft Office 2010

Operations Guide For Microsoft Office 2010

Microsoft has released a second Office 2010 guide, after the previously reviewed Getting Started With Microsoft Office 2010 Guide. The new guide, Operations guide for Microsoft Office 2010, provides information on how to maintain and manage Office 2010 in an organization. It is in this regard even more specialized than the getting started guide, the audience limited to IT workers and administrators who manage Office 2010 in a computer network. The guide has been made available in doc,...

5 Lug/10

Beginner’s Guide to SEO: Best Practices – Part 3/3

Beginner’s Guide to SEO: Best Practices – Part 3/3

We’ve reached part three of the SEO guide series. So far we’ve looked at: Beginner’s Guide to Search Engine Optimization, Part I – Keyword research and your general approach to an SEO strategy and, Beginner’s Guide to Search Engine Optimization, Part II – How you should think about developing your site and creating content. Now it’s time to look at link building, which as much as anything will determine where your pages rank for different...

21 Giu/10

Beginner’s Guide to SEO: Best Practices – Part 1/3

Beginner’s Guide to SEO: Best Practices – Part 1/3

Search engine optimization is a complex subject, especially when you consider all the information and misinformation readily available online. Unfortunately it’s often hard to tell which is which. Does the latest tactic you’re reading about work? Does it work for all sites? Only some sites? Or is just another crackpot theory that sounds reasonable, but will never help to improve search traffic to your site? Let’s face it SEO can become very confusing. The good news...

13 Apr/10

10 Important Factors To Consider Before Choosing A Web Host

10 Important Factors To Consider Before Choosing A Web Host

Like most things, making a decision on which web hosting company to choose can be tough. With all the companies out there each promising to have 99% uptime, unlimited resources, and knowledgeable support, there has to be a way to cut through the jargon and make an informed decision. Right? This guide will help you make that decision by showing you how to compare apples to apples. By understanding what hosting companies mean by what they say, you’ll be able to decide which hosting...

29 Mar/10

New in Better Gmail 2: Hide Buzz Count and Audio Notification

New in Better Gmail 2: Hide Buzz Count and Audio Notification

Mozilla just approved my latest update to the Better Gmail 2 Firefox extension, which now includes the ability to hide your unread Buzz count, and enable an audio notification when you receive new mail. Thanks to Victor Zhang for creating the Hide Buzz Count script and Yansky for Gmail Sound Notify, and for giving me permission to include them in Better Gmail 2. Press play below to hear the new mail notification sound. If you’ve already got the extension installed, click on the...

26 Mar/10

The Power Users Guide to Google Apps at Maximum PC

The Power Users Guide to Google Apps at Maximum PC

My Maximum PC magazine cover story, The Power Users Guide to Google Apps, is now available online. In it, I pick my favorite advanced features in Google Maps, Calendar, Docs, Wave, Reader, Alerts, Profiles, Chrome, Search, Picasa, and Gmail–and trust me, there are a lot of them. Continua a leggere – Original Link: The Power Users Guide to Google Apps at Maximum PC Technorati Tags: apps-at-maximum, coding, Facebook, gina-trapani, guide, popular-posts, power, writing

11 Mar/10

Three Ways You Can Help Build ThinkTank

Three Ways You Can Help Build ThinkTank

Hi all! I’ve been working furiously on ThinkTank over at Expert Labs for about six weeks now. Once in awhile I’ll post an update on where we’re at with the project. This is such an update, and it’s cross-posted from the Expert Labs blog. ThinkTank development has been going strong, but we need your help. If you’re a ThinkTank tester and/or a web developer, join the mailing list, fork the code, install ThinkTank on your server, and help us build the software...

26 Feb/10

Design Multilingual Website: A Beginner’s Guide

Design Multilingual Website: A Beginner’s Guide

By: Christian Arno The ‘look and feel‘ of a website is the cornerstone of any successful online venture. But the very nature of the internet means that the instant you upload your carefully constructed pages onto the World Wide Web, you’re global. Image: via YukoTVXQ Indeed, regardless of whether you intend to make buckets of cash from your website or simply build a strong international following online, there are numerous aspects of your site’s design you should...

27 Ago/09

Ultimate Guide To Web Optimization (Tips & Best Practices)

Ultimate Guide To Web Optimization (Tips & Best Practices)

Web optimization is a vital part of web development and maintenance but also something often overlooked by webmasters. Just think of the money you can save, and how it can potentially help increase your readership and traffic when they are properly done. If you have not done any optimization to your website (or blog) so far or merely curious how it can help speed up your site, please take a look at this list of optimization tips we’ve put together. We’ve split things up...

2 Ago/09

July 2009’s Most Popular Posts [[this Is Good]]

July 2009’s Most Popular Posts [[this Is Good]]

August’s already here, which means before you know it, the warm weather and vacations will be over. Enjoy the bounty of summer a bit longer with a look back at July’s most popular posts, from Wi-Fi cracking to DIY summer tricks. How to Crack a Wi-Fi Network’s WEP Password with BackTrack You already know that if you want to lock down your Wi-Fi network, you should opt for WPA encryption because WEP is easy to crack. But did you know how easy? Create Your Own Sun Jar:...

2 Ago/09

July 2009’s Most Popular Posts [[this Is Good]]

July 2009’s Most Popular Posts [[this Is Good]]

August’s already here, which means before you know it, the warm weather and vacations will be over. Enjoy the bounty of summer a bit longer with a look back at July’s most popular posts, from Wi-Fi cracking to DIY summer tricks. How to Crack a Wi-Fi Network’s WEP Password with BackTrack You already know that if you want to lock down your Wi-Fi network, you should opt for WPA encryption because WEP is easy to crack. But did you know how easy? Create Your Own Sun Jar:...

2 Ago/09

July 2009’s Most Popular Posts [[this Is Good]]

July 2009’s Most Popular Posts [[this Is Good]]

August’s already here, which means before you know it, the warm weather and vacations will be over. Enjoy the bounty of summer a bit longer with a look back at July’s most popular posts, from Wi-Fi cracking to DIY summer tricks. How to Crack a Wi-Fi Network’s WEP Password with BackTrack You already know that if you want to lock down your Wi-Fi network, you should opt for WPA encryption because WEP is easy to crack. But did you know how easy? Create Your Own Sun Jar:...

25 Lug/09

The Bookworm’s Guide to the Lifehacker Galaxy [Books]

The Bookworm’s Guide to the Lifehacker Galaxy [Books]

It may not have the words “DON’T PANIC” inscribed in large friendly letters on its cover, but our Bookworm’s Guide to the Lifehacker Galaxy is a compilation of some of our favorite book related hacks, projects, and tricks. Photo by Ian Wilson What to Read… What to Read… Photo by japanese_craft_construction On some days it’s tough to decide what to read. For the younger ones, it’s easy to find reading lists, but what about the rest of us? There’s...