Online tracking is easier than ever these days. Yep, there’s an app for that! Not only can you track your package ship dates, but you can also track your baby’s routine, when your favorite items go on sale, your pizza delivery, your flights, your diet, and even your kids with these FREE online tracking systems!
I spend most of my work life online (and a huge part of my personal life too) — so I’m VERY familiar with the 3 most popular browsers: Internet Explorer (IE), Firefox, and Chrome. I made the switch from IE to Firefox back in 2005. Then, I switched to the Chrome browser when it came out in 2008. See why Firefox and Chrome are better than Internet Explorer — and why you should make the switch too.
These are my favorite Android apps that I use on my Droid X and highly recommend for other newbies to Android phones.
See why I think personalized homepages are so cool, and why I like NetVibes the best…
This amazing shortcut saves you boatloads of keystrokes, especially if you routinely complete the same stuff at the same websites. Today, I was about to clear ALL of my saved data because of just one measly little typo that mistakenly got saved in one of my AutoComplete boxes. Then I found this easy quick-fix!
Here are my “first impressions” review of Google & Yahoo web based applications, followed by my current “updated” review of Yahoo and Google web apps. See what I like best and least about Yahoo And Google Calendar, Notes, Docs, Email, Spreadsheets, etc.
I just got a new Dell laptop computer. While it’s still fresh in my mind, I thought some people might be interested in knowing which computer programs and shortcuts I find most useful. Here are my favorites…
To read RSS feeds, do you need a ‘news reader’, an ‘aggregator’ an ‘RSS reader’ or a ‘newsfeed reader’? What about an ‘RSS news reader’? Here’s my take on why you should subscribe to RSS feeds for all of your favorite websites in the first place, the easiest way to subscribe to RSS newsfeeds, and how to choose the best RSS feed reader for your needs.