A little more than a year back, there was a great hue and cry about downloads. There are tonnes of cases where several organizations went after small and big timers and owners of websites. In such a situation, where everything can be tracked, the need for privacy is at its peak. This where
I’m back with another sponsored review, this time of iRemotePC – Remote Support Service. iRemotePC is a web based remote assistance product for IT technicians and especially useful for product/software vendors to remotely support their clients and customers. The service allows them to remotely control clients PCs with ease and fully encrypted security without pre-installing any software on the remote side. As usual, I signed up for the service and gave it a test drive.
The following post is a paid review of Trendio and my second review from ReviewMe. Are you the kind of person who regularly monitors search engines for the most popular words? Every year, several search engines publish the most popular search keywords for the year. What if you could wager with these keywords? Maybe use your experience to make some money? What if I tell you that you can become a millionaire by trading in keywords, would you believe me? Trendio tries you give you your shot at name, fame and fortune. Trendio is a stock market where the stocks are words from the news: politicians, celebrities, companies, sport events,…
ReviewMe officially launched today. And with their launch the very first site that you are offered to review is ReviewMe itself and hence this review.
Logged in yesterday to my Windows Live Mail account and was completely blown away. Firstly, the interface loaded in a jiffy, which was a really good experience from my past experiences with Windows Live Mail. Next, it had a whole new look. You now have several user selectable themes and colors available at the click of a button.
Have just created a new category on this blog, which shall contain posts exclusively about some of the best apps out there. And let me inaugurate this category with one such software I cannot live without. It goes by the name Notepad++ and it could very well have been called Notepad++++ !!
Oslo, Norway – September 20, 2005 Opera Software today permanently removed the ad banner and licensing fee from its award-winning Web browser. The ad-free, full-featured Opera browser is now available for download – completely free of charge
I had signed up for W3 Compliant Sites a long time ago. W3 Compliant Sites is a website to promote web sites that are designed to comply to the web standards. I have long believed in designing my websites using compliant code and so immediately got about adding MegaThemes and this blog to the list. Will ofcourse add other as and when. The reason I am posting here is because I found myself to be the top referrer to W3 Compliant Sites in the last two months. I have referred more than twice the number of visitors to the same than any other site in the past few months. My…
After much deliberating and debating I finally decided to go ahead and continue blogging at Humble Reviews, my blog where I review software, services and others. Just posted my review on MSN Messenger 7.5
Yahoo! today released their latest version (v7.0) of Messenger. I had tried out the beta version during the release and gave them a lot of feedback through their feedback form. Maybe they don’t read their forms, or maybe they didn’t like what I wrote, because I didn’t find anything incorporated in the future betas or this final version. Yes, you may ask why should they listen to me!?! The answer is simple because I didn’t ask them to put anything new, but asked them to just keep the old :O Two main reasons why I didn’t like this release: 1. Text recall feature. Pressing the up and down arrow keys…