Gary Vaynerchuck talks a lot about “knowing who you are.” And It’s true, that’s something we should do. “Know Thyself” would say Plato. So… do you know what you’re good at? What about what you’re not so good at? For me, it’s time management and time commitments. I say yes to a lot of projects, […]
This blogpost has nothing to do with making money or internet marketing, but has everything to do with keeping your money and your person online, safe, or I should say safer. This is especially important to internet marketers, webmaster, website owner, business owners and other people that use the internet daily for multiple purposes. I have […]
LastPass is great for mobile devices, it lets you automatically fill in the username and password for your apps, unless you break autofill. Here’s how you fix it.
Instagram remains one of my favorite apps and social networks. I mentioned before that Statigram could help you determine where your Instagram followers come from. So I went to check up on that feature and see if my followers had changed and that’s when I found about the new name for Statigram. Iconosquare is an […]
I got a new email account I need to manage now so I thought I would take some time to show you one of my favorite apps for Gmail. Streak is the name, as in a streak of luck. Except this is no luck, you get to discover this awesome app because you are a […]
I restarted my computer for the first time in a few weeks. I love that about my mac, don’t really need to restart it very often. But when I do I always find little surprises. Today the surprise was a series of updates to several apps I use. Update: Bitcasa is in my shitlist, and that’s […]
Dropbox is your hard drive online. This is the second article in a series of posts to help you get more out of the internet. The previous article was about Evernote. Just like Evernote, Dropbox is easy to use and jam-packed with functionality and utility. Dropbox is an app that stores your files in the […]
This is the first part of a series. These are the tools to help you use the internet better. Whether you are a blogger, or an entrepreneur, these tools will save you time, money and headaches. This much I can promise you. The series is all planned out and it focuses on some of the […]
As I mentioned on a previous post, many companies have an affiliate program. This means that you have a good chance of making some extra cash if you try to use an affiliate program on your blog. Apple has an affiliate program for iTunes content. You can sign up to be an Apple iTunes affiliate […]
Thanks Dropbox, I can’t say it enough. Not only is your app one of the best ever, you keep taking the user experience to a new level every time! In case you aren’t using Dropbox, you should be. Check out what they just gave me: Pretty sweet! This brings my total of FREE dropbox space […]
ChangeDetection.com This allows you give them a website address, and as it changes, they’ll notify you via email. From their own website: ChangeDetection.com provides page change monitoring and notification services to internet users. http://www.changedetection.com WatchThatPage.com Watch that page with this service. You can register and get a running list of all the pages you’re monitoring. […]
I’m happy to tell you that the City of Irvine has come out with their own mobile app. Seems like everyone’s making an app nowadays. Most people or businesses don’t need an app, but this is different. Irvine decided to be ahead of the curve and created this cool Android and iOS app. When it […]
During a recent SMMOC meetup, we talked about ifttt.com. Ifttt stands for If This Then That, and it is a web service that allows you to automate certain activities online. Ifttt is similar to other services like Yahoo Pipes, or Tarpipe; it takes a source of content and sends it to a destination. The source […]
The end of Formulists is just around the corner. Here’s I have a few comments, and an alternative Twitter app to help you mangage lists.
So a while ago, I posted about MySQL Administrator. My favorite tool to access MySQL visually. In case you didn’t know, MySQL has been retired in favor of a newer tool. If you’re looking for MySQL GUI tools, you might want to take a look at MySQL Workbench. MySQL Workbench lets you Develop, Model and […]
Excellent screenshot addon for firefox. Allows you to take a full, partial or just visible area screen grab of the current website. Screenshot can be saved to JPG or PNG.
If you use both of these apps, you might want to synchronize your Skitch screen captures with your Dropbox files. It is rather simple to do this but you need to do this from the command line. Full instructions are available at the Tips and Tricks wiki from the Dropbox guys.
Tarpipe has an annoying bug. When the bug is triggered, you may not be able to move or edit some of your workflow modules after you open a saved workflow. Sometimes they seem to go to the top and be unreachable. Here’s a quick way to fix it using Firefox and an extension called Firebug. […]
Follow up to the last video I posted about Tarpipe. This expands on that previous video where I show you how to use Tarpipe with Twitter and Flickr. It is improved by using a custom message for Twitter and a URL shortener like Bit.ly.