The new tab page built into Chrome (and soon, Firefox ) is a nice touch, but it isn't incredibly customizable, nor is it particularly beautiful.
Inspired by LifeHacker's "What We Use" series, I wanted to share some of my favorite productivity tools and tricks starting with Chrome extensions. Xmarks Bookmark Sync - This is absolutely essential for keeping my bookmarks synced across multiple browsers and computers. I adore this extension.
There are a great many web apps out there competing for attention – with new web apps launching every day.
When Google launches Google Chrome Webstore, people where all flocking to chrome webstore to install and get the latest web application, chrome extension and newly added themes for theme to try it out. For today’s post, we will be featuring 35 Brilliant and Notable Chrome Extensions and Web Apps for Bloggers, Web Designers and Developers. As a web designer myself, I already tried and used some of the extensions and web apps we posted here.
Although the Chrome Web Store hasn’t had the instant success Apple’s iOS App Store experienced, especially for developers, it’s still an awesome resource — and one that’s still maturing and developing. Awhile ago, when the Chrome Web Store was first introduced, we brought you several great posts with lots of app-goodness. It’s been awhile and the Chrome Web Store has matured and further developed, offering many more fantastic apps. A few from our prior posts are listed but many aren’t, and the last 10 on this list are really great games — especially for taking a short break from work . Take a look! TweetDeck
You may have heard this morning that foursquare is launching in the UK . And if you haven't, shame on you for not having Pocket-lint open all day.
Hello. Wander is now boarding.
Steven Rosenbaum is a curator, author, filmmaker and entrepreneur. He is the CEO of Magnify.net , a real-time video curation engine for publishers, brands, and websites. His book Curation Nation is slated to be published this spring by McGrawHill Business. As the volume of content swirling around the web continues to grow, we're finding ourselves drowning in a deluge of data. Where is the relevant material? Where are the best columns and content offerings?
Tag-friendly and social bookmarking service Delicious is headed for shutdown . Sure, you can export those bookmarks , but what if you want a new place to tag, save, share, and maybe go beyond what Delicious offered? These are your best bets. Update: Good news! As it turns out, Delicious isn't shutting down after all—it's likely just being sold .
2011 is coming to a close and we’re reflecting back on the year. We’ve witnessed a huge explosion in social sites and we’re highlighting some of the best.
The Social Cloud: Promising Social Media Startups for 2012
An Olympic games, a U.S. presidential election and the end of the world are already planned for 2012, but we're more excited about the startups. Here are six of them (in no particular order) that we expect to help define the coming year. We chose companies based on the momentum they gained in 2011, promising new takes on old problems and, in one case, the possibility of an IPO.
Startups to Watch