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Update: We have reviewed a much better bandwidth monitor, which has far more options. You can visit the article,  Monitor your Bandwidth Usage with Bitmeter  to learn more about it. The last few days have been terrible with regards to access to Internet connections for me and I have been bombarded with dropped connections both […]

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Creating 3D applications is not that easy but even more harder is spending thousands of dollars to get a software that allows you to create 3D animations. If you are fretting over the price of the available 3D modeling software you should definitely give a try to Blender which is a free and open source […]

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Though email storage has evolved over time from the meager 2MB Yahoo provided once upon a time to the enormous amounts you have now. Though the storage space has gone over the roof the size of the attachment you can send with a mail has not seen the same changes. The maximum attachment sites for […]

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Well its not a joke but a Word add-in called DAISY (Digital Accessible Information SYstem) will allow you to listen to your word files. The add-in adds a additional option to your save menu to allow you to save as the file as “DAISY XML”. The add-in was created through an open source project with […]

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Smashing Magazine has put up a review of 35 useful source code Editors. Those editors can be quite useful for editing HTML, CSS or programming code or just as a notepad replacement. Here are some of my favorite picks from the list most of which I currently use too. Adobe Homesite. UltraEdit. EditPlus. Notepad++. PSPad. […]

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How many time have you Googled your name to see if your name shows up in the results? If your answer is atleast once then Additomatic would add to your excitement of ego surfing. Addictomatic searches multiple sites to fetch results for the name you type in. Some of those include Google, Yahoo, Twitter, Technorati, […]

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If you have a blog or a web site you will be regularly updating it with content such as images, files, videos etc. There are various ways in which you can update your web site. Here are 5 utilities which make uploading content easy for you and best of all these utilities are free. The […]

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I have used a couple of cool windows explorer replacements that adds tabs to to the regular explorer navigation. If you want to switch to a tabbed windows explorer experience then I recommend you one of these below.

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Update: Watch The  Cricket Matches Live at a new home.  Visit and bookmark  Cricket Buzz to get all the latest cricket videos and live streaming. As you may already know by now that I am big cricket fan, I love watching the game but since I am in the US and do not have the […]

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Designing and coding CSS based templates is not the easiest thing for many people. To top it many designers do not have much time to spare from their complex design work to learn it.

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The one feature that Twitter lacked was sending twitter in the futures which means adding twitters that will be displayed in the future to your friends and followers. That gap too has been plugged in with the launch of the service TwitResponse which allows you to twitter into the future.

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Popular web2.0 service releases for this week

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The Internet in itself is not a very safe place to be in with viruses, torjans, adware and malware all waiting to attack your computer. You can stay safe from these using Antivirus softwares or Anti spyware softwares. To top that list there are tons of sites which popup unwanted ads on you to make […]

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Creating strong passwords is not the only thing you need to do to save your accounts from being hacked or stolen, updating your passwords regularly is also something which you should consider. I usually change all my passwords atleast once in three months and use different passwords for different accounts.  Many a times when working […]

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Hey All first of all sorry for keeping away for so long without any updates, but at times work gets so hectic that I get little time to update the blog. But now that the work has subsided I will be starting to post regularly again with more interesting stuff for you. Just stick by […]

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