For 100s of known and unknown reasons, Google Chrome is my favorite web browser. It is fast, efficient and secure. Though Mozilla Firfox and some others are widely used by developers and people with strong programming background. But for an average user like me and you Google Chrome is the best. Continue reading
Tag cloud (or word cloud) is an interesting way to visualize your text data. Tags are usually single words and the importance of each word is shown with font size and its color. On web, bloggers often use tag clouds to list their skills or type of content they create. Continue reading
If you are a small business owner and want to make a free website as for your internal team, then Google Sites is the way to go. I have seen many teachers for their classes and students clubs are using Google Sites to make such website for internal communication.
Google Sites are free, very easy to create and use, trust worthy. Continue reading
On a wordpress.com site, a user had this image in sidebar for Random Post.
The idea is when you click on this image/link it takes you to any random post of the blog.
This is quite a good idea for sites with many posts already written. Continue reading
UPDATE (April29, 2012): Though WordPress.com now lets you add your own twitter username when using the Tweet Button. For this you need to set up Publicize feature for Twitter. (Official message from WordPress.com here.)
NOTE: When I enabled this feature, it didn’t work at first. So I disabled and enabled again, and it worked fine for a day or two. IT HAS STOPPED WORKING AGAIN NOW.
But don’t worry.
To create your own tweet button, please go through these steps.