imarkr-watermarked-image-demo

Many blogs and websites use images to spice up their posts. Most of them are screen shots or images that have been created using image editing tools. Images can be easily copied by any person and used on their own sites passing of the images as their own. There is not much you can do about it as finding and tracking such image thieves is almost impossible.

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100-percent-off-sale

Well folks its Friday and time for some fun before we start the weekend, as usual here is a funny picture that I could not stop laughing about. It goes against the laws of economics. Why would anyone in their sane mind put up a sale where they provide goods with 100% off the sale [...]

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google-reader-drag-drop

I was just skimming through my feeds and noticed a new announcement come through about few new changes that are being rolled out to Google Reader. Google Reader team has announced two brand new features to help you get more information based on your feeds and also to allow you to easily re-organize the subscriptions inside your folders.

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tinseltown-preview

The holidays are approaching fast and what better way then to get into the mood early. I was trying to find some themes and skins related to the holiday season to jazz up my PC. I use Firefox quite a lot and thought the best way to get into the holiday mood would be to [...]

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gifup-logo

With advent of online technology it has become quite easy to edit your pictures online or give it some special effects online photoshop style or if you are a website owner you could also create your favicon for free all of this absolutely free. I have always failed miserably in creating gif animations and after a point left even trying to create it. I could not find any suitable online tool to create animations but that was only until now.

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windows-xp-logo

I had earlier written about how you can transform your Windows XP to look like Windows Vista and how to get Windows Vista sounds for Windows XP. Though both those tricks would make your Windows XP look and sound like Windows Vista you would still manually have to install each and every software. Vista Transformation [...]

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Monitor memory usage with MemInfo

Applications these days eat up large resources and memory. Checking memory usage is important and is only good for your computer. I’m presenting you with details on four nifty tools that just serve the purpose of checking memory usage in Windows: SysTrayMeter – Download Requiring no installation, this little tool sits in the system tray [...]

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genfavicon-logo

Favicon are small sized icons which are associated with websites, they are shown next to the site’s name in the URL bar of most browsers. Favicon are a way with which users can easily identify different websites.
Favicon is usually created in different sizes the most popular are 16 x 16 pixels, 32 x 32 pixels, 64 x 64 pixels and 128 x 128 pixels.

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footiefox

If you are a football fan and like to keep track of all the football scores from around the world online you may either have to keep track of multiple websites. FootieFox is a Firefox plugin that allows you to keep track of all the live football scores from around 60 countries and 190 leagues [...]

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phonetouch

If you are a Apple iPhone user then this is something you should definitely know about. A site called iApp-a-Day is offering a new application for iPhone. The applications are developed by a single author and were available all through the month of developers. There are lots of good applications which can make your iPhone [...]

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Adding and Removing programs are part of a regular computer lifecycle. You may install new software and try it out, then uninstall it after a certain amount of the time. The regular Add Remove Program available using the keyboard shortcut appwiz.cpl when typed into the windows run dialog. Many users are not exactly happy with [...]

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windows-live-messenger-signin

I have been a beta participant in Microsoft Products and was also invited as a part of the closed beta to test out the new Windows Live Messenger 9.0 beta. Here are my views about the latest version of Windows Live Messenger.

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WordPress 2.3.1 has been released today and Techie Buzz has been updated using the handy plugin WordPress Automatic Upgrade. There were some bugs I found while updating from WordPress 2.3 to 2.3.1 due to database table name changes which has been fixed. I have released a new version 0.8 which should fix this error. WPAU [...]

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First of all I am not a SEO Specialist, I just play around with lots of stuff and happened to learn URL Tweaking for better SERP’s. If you are a WordPress user then you will not require to use this trick but if you are a webmaster who owns a product based site or some [...]

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privacy-policy

In almost every website that you visit you will see a privacy policy which states to a user how information is collected and how it is used after a user has visited a website, and any other privacy related concerns that need to be addressed to the user. Blogs in general do not have any [...]

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