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Archives – April, 2011

How to Download Entire Facebook Photo Albums

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How to download entire photo albums from Facebook? Facebook has been widely used by its users to share their photos with friends, colleagues and other people. You can easily upload your photos to the Facebook album, but do you know how to download entire photo albums from Facebook? In this article, we compiled a list of free web services and applications allowing you to download Facebook photo albums and save them on your computer for backup or offline sharing.


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Most Popular and Addictive Facebook Games

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Facebook mini games are undeniably fun and free to play. One of the main reasons that make them so popular is because the users are connected to thousands of other Facebook users who are also playing the games. Here we have collected the most popular games on Facebook. Please tell us which one is your favorite?


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How to See Your Facebook Friends on a World Map

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Are you curious about where your Facebook friends are located around the world especially for those you know them virtually? With the increasing popularity of Facebook, many map services and applications are specifically created for Facebook users to see their friends on the world map. These services are very easy to use. Once you log in with your Facebook account, all your friends will be visually located on the map which gives you some ideas on how are they distributed around the world. So if you are travelling, you can use the services to check out if anyone you know is located nearby.


Below are 6 popular map services available on the web, just give them a try and have fun! Read more…

How to Browse Privately in Google Chrome Using Incognito Mode

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Incognito browsing mode is one of the privacy features offered by Google Chrome. It lets you browse the web in the stealth mode. Any webpages that you open and files downloaded while you are in incognito mode won’t be recorded in your browsing and download histories. All new cookies will be deleted after you close the incognito windows. However, any changes you make to your Google Chrome bookmarks and general settings while in incognito mode are always saved, so you don’t have to worry about changing your settings each time you browse this way. Here’s how to enable incognito mode:


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Best Free Web Services and Online Tools to Create Chart, Graph and Diagram

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A chart or graph is used to present facts in visual form. They are drawings that display the relative sizes of numerical quantities. We all know that chart and graph can be easily created using most of the word processing software such as Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel, but what if your word processing software is not around and all you have is your web browser? What can you do with it? No worries, today we would like to recommend you some of the best web services and online tools that can be used to create some good looking chart, graph, and diagrams.


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10 Best Sites to Play Free Angry Birds Games Online

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Angry Birds is undoubtedly one of the best video games for iPhone, Android phones and other portable devices ever. If you don’t have Angry Birds installed on your mobile phone, you can actually play this popular game online using your computer.


Below is a list of websites that offer free Angry Birds online games. If you are big Angry Birds fan, check them out and have fun! Read more…

Using Web Services to Prevent and Keep Track of Natural Disasters Like Earthquake, Tsunami, Hurricane, and Storm

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Natural disasters such as earthquake, tsunami, tornado, and storm are almost impossible to be managed by human. However, the impact of disasters can be reduced by adopting suitable disaster mitigation strategies such as develop disaster early warning capabilities and implement developmental plans to provide resilience to such disasters. On the web, we can also use some online tracking services to keep ourselves updated with the latest natural disasters information and warnings.

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How to Create Private, Closed or Secret Group on Facebook

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Facebook groups are a great way to connect people with same interests all over the world. However sometimes you want to create a private group just for your friends or family members and you don’t want it accessible by other people. With the Facebook’s privacy setting for groups, you can hide not only the group’s activity, but also its existence.


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How to Prevent Someone Else from Accessing Your Facebook and Gmail Accounts Using iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad

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Didn’t sign out your Gmail account at the office? Or you want to track unauthorized access to your Facebook account. With the Sign Me Out app installed on your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad, it gives you control of your Gmail and Facebook accounts by letting you know if someone else is accessing your account or you’ve left your account open anywhere and letting you close all open sessions.


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The Tech Supper

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President Barack Obama joins a toast with technology executives including Apple’s Steve Jobs and Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg at a dinner in Woodside, California, Feb. 17, 2011.


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How to Protect Domain Name Privacy and Hide WHOIS Personal Information

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Did you know that when you register a domain, all your personal information including your name, address, email address and phone number are immediately made available to anyone who wants to see them? That’s right. Your personal information is exposed to anyone, everyday, and anywhere.


Although your domain’s whois record cannot be hidden or deleted, you can protect it through some privacy services. What you can do is register your domain in the name of these proxy services so that their information will be made public instead of your personal information. Here are two popular whois privacy services available on the web. Read more…

Top WordPress eCommerce or Shopping Cart Plugins

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WordPress is famous publishing platform you can use to not only create a personal weblog, but also turn it into a fully functional online store with the click of a mouse. You can sell your products, services, or fees via WordPress blog with all the features and options available ranging from Paypal integration to third party eCommerce services. Here are our best e-Commerce or Shopping Cart plugins for WordPress blogs.


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Best Website Usability Testing Tools and Services

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Website usability testing is one of the important online publishing strategies allowing you to effectively scan and identify which are the critical issues to be addressed in your web publication. It can improve the effective use, legibility, navigation, and user experience of your website. In this article you can find both the best free and paid versions of website usability testing tools available out there.


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Best Websites to Find and Download Free Amazon Kindle eBooks

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Do you know that other than Amazon Kindle store, there are many websites provide free ebooks for you to download and read on your Kindle e-book reader? Although some of the ebooks are in ePUB format, you can convert them to what is called the Kindle or .mobi formats using conversion software such as Calibre. So this is not a big issue. Below is the list of top websites that provide Kindle eBooks for free download. Most of the ebooks from these websites already formatted for the Kindle.


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Introducing Gmail Motion: Google’s April Fools Prank for 2011

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Google has recently introduced a new Gmail feature called Gmail Motion. Basically this awesome feature allows users to control Gmail with the motion of human body without the aid of a keyboard or mouse. Oops. It’s just a Google’s April Fools joke! If you’ve missed it, check out the video below and have some laughs.


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