Author: K-IntheHouse
I love sharing cool websites, web services, web applications, tech tips and tricks that I learn everyday.

Karthik Ramadoss has written and can be contacted at karthik@techie-buzz.com.
8start Tree Notes

We all have seen how the native Windows Startup becomes so painfully in-adequate when you start installing a lot of programs. It will be nice to have customizable startup options so you get to the frequently accessed programs easily & quickly. We have seen some excellent application launchers like Launchy, Enso, etc. Still those are […]

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WinLibre

I am a big fan of open source software and we have seen an explosion of quality software in this area. I cringe when someone says that they just bought a Norton AntiVirus or any of the other bloatware out there. People simply don’t know of these excellent options available for free and we need […]

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Price Pinx

I am a big fan of bookmarklets and I love shopping online. I just came across a web service that brings the best of those two worlds together. First, lets talk about online shopping and how you can save some dough by using some cool web services. Traditionally, we might see an item in a […]

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I have started to use screencasts for showing someone how to do something in a computer remotely than trying to guide them over the phone without looking their screen. As you know, it can get really frustrating. Here are a few free solutions I have tried so far: FreeScreenCast.com FreeScreenCast.com (beta) offers a free screencast […]

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Issuu

Issuu is a cool web service which gives the power for a publisher with a PDF document to extend his reach to more readers. Issuu lets you upload a pdf document and convert that into a nice flip book that is readable via the web. Your reader don’t have to download your document or have […]

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I have recently taken up to listening to podcasts while working. I know I am very late to the game but with a less than 15 minute commute to work, I haven’t had the urge/need to download podcasts to my iPod and listen to them. But, recently with my day job getting hectic and finding […]

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Tabbed Putty

I asked a couple of months earlier if PuTTY can get any Snazzier? I am going to have to take that back and admit that it just did. And more. PuTTY is one of the most loved tool for anyone connecting to a Linux or Unix server from Windows. It helps to easily save connection […]

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BitLet

You have probably heard of a dozen or so BitTorrent clients to download files. There are also plenty of places to find torrent files as well. BitLet.org aims to fill a niche where you might be in a situation while travelling or when you are ay someone else’s place without your BitTorrent client. BitLet.org lets […]

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Enso Words

I reviewed Enso Launcher last week here. After a week of using it, I am totally impressed by its simplicity yet how easy it is to get used to. If you haven’t read my last post, Enso Launcher is for Windows what QuickSilver is to Mac but different in its construction and in the way […]

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If you are into improving your productivity while you are at your computer, you can use an shortcut enhancer such as Enso Launcher. You have probably heard of or using Launchy at the moment to launch programs or shortcuts efficiently. Let’s look at a new offering in this area and how it surpasses everything else […]

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CSV AdStats

Do you spend a lot of time looking at your Google Adsense reports? Are you querying your different stats in Adstats to get an idea of what works and what doesn’t several times a day? With Google Analytics being so feature rich and has pretty graphs to give you visual feel for all the numbers, […]

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PrinterAnywhere

Do you ever have the need to print at home while you are at work? How about printing at a printer around the world right from the comfort of your desk? PrinterAnywhere is a software that makes this possible. You now print to any printer in a network or even at a printer attached to […]

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ptray1

Anyone who has had some experience working with Linux would have heard, if not used PuTTY. For those unaware, PuTTY is a free implementation of Telnet and SSH for Windows & Unix platforms and it comes with an xterm emulator. It is tiny little utility loved by Linux geeks. Working a lot with Linux servers […]

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I would like to thank Keith for this awesome opportunity to meet some new folks and engage in a conversation at one of my favorite blogs! I write about Technology & cool finds in the Internet at ShanKri-la. I just recently helped a friend move from WordPress.com blog to a self-hosted blog. As I was […]

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