The mobile is taking over the world. Today, almost all mobile phones come equipped with browsers, not to forget the whole host of mobile devices out there. While most mobile browsers can easily support your normal blog theme, you might want to create a better experience for users by offering a custom look for mobile devices.
Ever try to hunt for a domain name but are clueless as to which one to purchase. Or maybe you’re just hunting for some random suggestions. If you’re stuck, MakeWords.
Have you heard of a five-legged reindeer called Rudolf or has Tiger Woods replaced Santa Claus? Well, I haven’t but Google sure has. At least according to its auto-suggest feature.
One thing that every guy wants to know (besides how to impress a girl) is how to tie a tie and the site 2tieatie.com hopes to answer this question. 2Tie a Tie gets into the history of various knots and teaches you how to tie them.
If you happen to spend a night on the road for a business trip or just looking for a free online alarm clock that can help wake you up at your desired time then check out some of the most useful online free web applications that can get the job done for you. OnlineClock.net: OnlineClock.
Fed up of spam in your Inbox, especially from forums, social networking sites, websites etc. where you shared your email at one point of time?
scr.im is a new service that allows you to convert your email into a URL that ensures that a user keen on finding out your email goes the extra step.
You can begin by entering your email address on the site and choosing a URL.
Hit Protect my email and you’re email address will, well,… be protected!
You can then enter the URL of your choice in Twitter, Facebook, in HTML pages, on your blog, in forums etc.
A while back we wrote about an Online Alarm Clock. Today, we have yet another online alarm clock but with a few extra features in terms of the alarms available. Sleep.
We’ve all heard of Wikipedia – for a whole load of students, it has been the go-to site for project work and reference material. It’s great strength lies in the multitude of collaborators – writers, proofreaders et al associated with the site doing what they do out of a general sense of altruism and trying to spread knowledge. Of course, Wikipedia is available in a number of languages, so it isn’t restricted to English although that is by far the most developed section of the site.
I dropped in at the White House today because a friend asked if the White House has a site. Ok, not the White House, but at WhiteHouse.gov and I must say it is one of the most pleasing looking professional sites I’ve ever come across.