Are you in the depths of despair having no chance to pay your debts? Unemployed and homeless? World Wide Web is again at hand to help you.Previously found Internet tips how to beat crisis are nothing compared with the recently launched site named "Sell Kidney On-line". read more
Internet is full of the tips how to overcome recession. Most of them are trivial but some are the masterpieces. See the examples found by search engines in reply to crisis or recession survival request.read more
These days Web 2.0 addicts become the heroes of Internet newsfeeds more and more often. It seems like cybercriminals work long hours on their tasks.
How can we help them in their hard work and at the same time become the latest on-line news' heroes? Below are some simple tips:
Two troubles of a real woman: she has nothing to wear and no vacant space in the wardrobe
A real web surfer faces the similar problem: the quantity of bookmarks is innumerable but it's impossible to find anything in them. What can be done about it?
"Time management" is a pet subject in blogosphere. Web authors wrote numerous and voluminous treatises on the topic and still may go on for hours. Various web apps are always at hand to help the users in organizing their tasks. Sometimes it seems the term "time-management" itself was born in the web. Let's see how it worksread more
There's no much practical sense in them, but in some situations these tools are irreplaceable: whether to occupy an annoying co-worker, or to impress a new girl-friend:read more
On closer view, a new Anonymous Tip Giver makes you suggest its potential users deserve their bad bosses.
A well-known and supposedly respectable CareerBuilder.com has recently launched a new site. After reviewing it nothing constructive or fun was discovered. read more
...among those submitted to social networks and bookmark services last year. "How-to" topic is one of the most in-demand in the web, and the users often digg, reddit, stumble or just bookmark such posts. Here is the list of the oddest, funniest or most useless tips found in most popular Web 2.0 recourses:read more
At least web-citizens can throw another shoe at Ukrainian President Viktor Iushchenko who steals European gas instead paying the debt to Russia.read more
Google Chrome is positioning as the safest and fastest browser in the world ("perhaps, the best", like everything in Google). So far, security and quickness were just the reasons why the users chose Firefox.
With Google reputation, who would dare to doubt? read more
Everybody heard about the horrors of Chinese Internet,but it's a surprise to learn they look so sweet and enthusiastic as Jingjing and Chacha. It should seem that the optimistic Chinese just have fun even in such a way. Besides, the service is quite in the manner of Web 2.0. See for yourself: read more
The Username selection becomes a key challenge today. While surfing the Web you face the necessity to use it much more often then your offline first and last names given by the parents without your sanction.
Unlike the latter, a username is something you are free to invent. This creativity certainly fills the names with sense. It even allows drawing the certain conclusions about their owners. From time to time the usernames delight the eye of a tired surfer so they deserved a kind of homemade classification read more
The participants of the recent Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco expressed their concern about the trendiness of clogging the Internet with useless information.
According to their version, the crisis burst in many ways out of info superabundance: the experts simply failed to discern the alarm signs in this torrent. Do you have the same information overdose symptoms?
No Internet access! Just when you planned to execute so many great ideas! Now it's all over and next couples of hours are fatally spoiled.
Do not panic and stop calling the support. Pull yourself together and do some practical things instead.
According to New York Times spammers are seven times more likely to use Obama's name than McCain's in the bulk messages subject lines.
For ordinary users this fact may only mean adding extra spam filters. However, sometimes spam messages may contain invaluable information.
drawing on and the Internet criminals are it together with us. This time they offer a nice copy of well-known Storm Trojan to gladden the innocent and credulous users.
The messages sent by the gangs suggest downloading a program called Halloween.exe. The application is declared to be "Halloween dancing skeleton screensaver". Needless to say that practically it is an extremely hazardous Trojan. It takes control of your PC and penetrates into your local network to further remotely controlling all computers through a server. read more
Protect your PC from Brad Pitt: leading news feeds have declared him "the most dangerous man in Internet". Type in you brouser his name and learn why.
What do you know about Brad Pitt? Bet the variants would be: "the greatest blond ever", "an odious Hollywood sex symbol", "the most remarkable in human history", "Angelina Jolie's current husband" and similar banalities. read more
Recent research has revealed that almost two thirds of social sites users face certain difficulties mixing with people within social networks. Some simple-to-follow rules may help to avoid misunderstanding and frustration about this popular activity...
If you prefer to remain enigmatic and mysterious perhaps social networks are not for you.Such sites are created to reveal maximum information both to other users and to advertisers (what is much more important). read more
You'd hardly find a person claiming that playing videogames do nothing but a power of good. At the same time most people definitely play at least one of them.
Video games are the same part of today's reality as, say, unfavorable ecological situation or petrol price increase. Does it mean the parents can just own up this state of things?
The massive central issue of the debate is the games' impact on children. The most well-grounded opponents may rant out a speech with the key-words as violence and aggression, health threat, lost time, reality misrepresentation.
Nobody wants his computer to be infected, but not every user is sure how these viruses look like. It's a perfect background for the swindles of all kinds.
You surf Internet and suddenly your attention's attracted by the link "Test your PC for hackers attacks vulnerability" or "Is your PC safe?", or something like this. read more