Back in the day when Read it Later came out, I thought it was the greatest thing. After some time and popularity, Readitlater became GetPocket and it is now Pocket. It has evolved quite a bit since its early days, and I recently started using it again. Using a combination of tags in Pocket, IFTTT and […]
A friend asked me the other night if I knew of a way that he and his business partner could share a spreadsheet in a way that they wouldn’t have to worry about who has the file open at any given time. He wanted to know if there was a way to share an Excel […]
I think that 2018 will be the year of the alternative social network. There’s dissension in the ranks. People are mad at Facebook for censoring news. Twitter is banning people for expressing their opinions, and Youtube is demonetizing channels right and left. Minds recently crowdfunded a million bucks, Gab.ai is fighting Google. Voat wants a […]
One of the somewhat recent developments on the web is that Google is starting to prefer content that is secured with an SSL certificate. It started in 2014 with an announcement by Google and it has been getting coverage by most SEO authorities for a while, like here, here and here. Now, 3 years later, […]
Youtube seems to be in lots of hot water lately. From the so called adpocalypse and everything surrounding it, to their worst idea ever –the heroes program, to the apparent censorship going on with dissenting ideas. But over the weekend I noticed a new fresh feature that I welcome with open arms. Youtube finally introduced a […]
Most websites include contact forms, and if you want to be accessible on your blog, you may want to add a contact form so your readers and visitors can reach out to you. Visitors can, of course, reach out to you on social media, and you could potentially list your email so they can just… [Continue reading…]
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