Fifty more Web tips worth sharing
As promised, here is Part 2 of my “100 Things” list, celebrating my 100th Summit Daily News article. For those of you who missed the last article, I’m simply providing a list of items I feel are worth sharing. And here we are:51. Ctrl + D is a super quick way to bookmark the webpage you’re viewing. 52. http://www.bugmenot.com gives you logins and passwords to sites for which you don’t want to register. 53. Eudora is an awesome alternative to Outlook Express. 54. Flickr (www.flickr.com) lets you show off and write about your photography. 55. http://www.elsewares.com, where independent artists sell their items, is one of my favorite places to shop online. 56. Have you tried out Netflix yet? (www.netflix.com). 57. evite.com makes managing events easier. 58. Want free fonts for your computer? Go to http://www.simplythebest.net/fonts 59. MS, in computer talk, usually just means Microsoft. 60. Ctrl + P tells your computer to print the webpage or document you’re viewing.
81. 10GB is read as “10 gigabytes” 82. 20MB is read as “20 megabytes” 83. 30K and 30KB are the exact same thing, 30 kilobytes. 84. Absolutely beautiful and filmed in my hometown of San Francisco: http://tinyurl.com/9hjry. 85. Simple, secure web document sharing: http://www.writely.com. 86. Overstock.com always has great deals! 87. The ultimate good-for-you office and web-surfing chair: http://www.kneelsit.com. 88. Half.com can save you money on used books, DVDs, and CDs. 89. Stuff for smart people: http://www.thinkgeek.com. 90. Track your website’s statistics with Google Analytics: http://www.google.com/analytics. 91. http://www.haveamint.com is an even easier-to-understand website stats program. 92. Learn how to use Photoshop better: http://www.good-tutorials.com. 93. While surfing the web, Ctrl + H shows you the websites you’ve recently visited. 94. http://www.dtbits.com lets you place electronic sticky notes on your computer monitor!! 95. To learn about the all-new upcoming Operating System from Microsoft, checkout: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsvista. 96. myspace.com is all the rage; meet people from your area or anywhere in the world. 97. Good ergonomics: Your keyboard should be slanting down, not up when you type! 98. http://whois.net shows you who has registered various websites. 99. http://www.skype.com lets you talk to anyone, anywhere for free – watch the intro movie. 100. The FoxyTunes extension for Firefox lets you listen to and control iTunes/other media player while surfing the web.
There you have it, all 100. Hope you found something you liked. Oh, and of course, feel free to drop me a line if you have questions about any of the itrems on the list. eRin pheiL is the owner of timeforcake, based in Frisco. She can be reached at (970) 668-0709 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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