Money related resolutions are very popular in the new year. Everyone wants to get out of debt, everyone wants to reduce their expenses and everyone loves to create an additional source of income. In this post, I will show you 2 online tools, that will help you maintain your Money Resolutions this new year.
On 21st of this month, Yahoo! announced the roll out of a new home page through their corporate blog (Yodel Anecdotal). In the times when social networking means more than just connecting with people, let us briefly look how Yahoo! leverages Web 2.0 and tries to provide some interesting stuff through their new home page.
I have frowned sometimes as why Google Chrome doesn’t give me options to save my browsing session. After digging around for a while, I figured out a not-so-direct way to restore all tabs that were open.
Open the Options window
Choose the Basics option
Under On Startup: – choose Restore the pages that were last opened
The downside with [...]
You have so many of your favorite sites bookmarked in Firefox. Alright! But this efficient add-on helps you navigate to these favorites using few shortcut keys.
Using some predefined or custom-defined hotkeys, SiteLauncher brings you all the favorite sites that can be chosen for launch.
You can install the add-on from here – https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/10127
A small preview
I heard about Prism sometime back, but did not manage to try it until I read this post from Digital Inspiration.
Prism helps you create desktop shortcuts for your favorite websites, so that you can access them much like the regular desktop applications (Gears, eh!). I love it primarily for a single reason – the minimalist [...]
Gmail enables a new feature, that allows you to send mails in Indian languages. Currently 5 Indian languages – Tamil, Telugu, Hindi, Kannada and Malayalam – are supported. I am sure more languages are on the anvil.
No special fonts or keyboard mappings are required, as whatever you type in English is converted into the appropriate [...]