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Apr 5, 2008
SY Tan

Shine For Women in Their Prime

Men are from Mars, women are from Venus. Women have their own world, their own talk and their own clique. To offer an online platform for women in their prime, ranging from 25 to 54 years old, Yahoo has recently launched a site called Shine. This is to target the increasingly visible but mature female group which has been sidelined by male dominated sites.
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Apr 2, 2008
Nic Cho

Send-To-Garmin Feature For Google Maps And MapQuest

The global leader in satellite navigation devices, Garmin has announced the new “Send-to-Garmin” feature for MapQuest and Google Maps, allowing consumers to send data/locations from MapQuest and Google maps directly to their Garmin personal GPS navigation devices, which aimed to enhance your navigation experience.
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Apr 1, 2008
SY Tan

Web Applications to Track Flight Delays

Flight delays are always a common problem for travelers. Most travelers have surely faced this problem before. In our previous post, we have discussed how to use the Google search engine to track and check the status of a flight. If you think using Google search engine is not efficient and sufficient enough, there are two more web applications which provide flight delay tracking that perhaps you could try.
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Mar 31, 2008
SY Tan

Test the Strength of Passwords Chosen

Users are often required to give passwords to access personal information that is stored in a computer or online account. What are the elements which constitute a strong password that can reduce the possibility of hackers or information thieves cracking into your system and stealing your private data? We have discussed this in our previous post and suggested the use of the password chart to create a strong password. Once you have created your password, you can actually test its strength or safety with some online applications.
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Mar 30, 2008
SY Tan

How to Track Viewers’ Stats on YouTube Video

YouTube users sometime might be wonder who were the viewers visiting their uploaded video or how these people can find the video. To assist users to track the amount as well as the source of these visitors, Google Analytics has added a tracking feature in YouTube which allow users to do the tracking. Use the following tip and trick to track viewers statistics.
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Mar 29, 2008
Nic Cho

Adobe Launches Photoshop Express

The well-known company providing award-winning technologies and software, Adobe Systems Incorporated has announced the launch of its long-anticipated Adobe Photoshop Express public beta, the free Rich Internet Application (RIA) aimed at the consumers who wants a simple way to sort, share, store and manage their beloved photos.


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Mar 27, 2008
SY Tan

Captured Favorite Online Contents with Web Clipping Tools

There are billions of websites containing all sorts of materials e.g. politic, culture, hobby, medical, sex, junk, pornography, etc which give you endless access into them. Definitely it is impossible for users to access and browse all the websites available. Net users will only browse the relevant websites and organize them probably. Net users will organize their favourite web sites and bookmark them in accordance to individual styles and formats. Using bookmark and favourite functions in the browsers such as IE or Firefox is convenient and easy. However, the built in bookmark functions available in the browsers are not manageable.
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Mar 26, 2008
Tip and Trick Editorial

Shareapic – Earn and Get Paid Money for Hosting and Sharing Uploaded Photos for Free

The free things or freebies are hard to come by nowadays after dotcom bubble busted, especially when users not only can use the service for free, and also receive payment or cold hard cash simply by using the service. Shareapic is a free online photo and image hosting and sharing service that allows users to upload their favorite to Shareapic servers. The best thing is, Shareapic not only is free, but also pays money for sharing the images.
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