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Avoid Spam with 2Prong – Disposable Email Ad...

I was downloading some trial software the other day, when I was asked for my email address. Now, I just wanted to download one piece of software, and I wasn’t interested in contacting the company any further. Well I could just put in my email, or I could use a + extension on my Gmail address, or better yet, I could use a 2Prong.com disposable email address. 2Prong.com is a the only disposable email service that I have...

Top 10 Most Productive Firefox Extensions

There are ton of useful and helpful Firefox extensions, but sometimes its hard to pick the good ones from the bad. I have found many blogs listing the “Best” Firefox extensions out there, but never the most “productive”. That is why I compiled this list of the most productive Firefox extensions on the web. Whether your an average web-surfer or a Firefox power-user, these extensions are sure to save you...

The Dual Screen Suggestion

Recently I have set up a second monitor for my computer. Having used it for a few days I found it to be quite useful as there is twice as much space to keep everything organized. Also I don’t need to switch back and forth between windows when I’m copying stuff down, reading an article, doing research or organizing ideas. Right now as I write this article I am writing it in one window while I talk to Geoff about the site...

ClaimID – Manage your online identity

The internet is a wonderful way to gather information about anything or anyone you wish.This makes it easy for employers to run a check on a potential employee without going through the hassle and cost of regular checks. It is a fact that many employers now run your name through google and other search engines to find out a bit more about you. This is much cheaper and easier than a regular background check, and can provide a...

The Top Five Web-Based To-Do Lists

Just last week, I found myself looking for a nice online to-do list to organize ordinary tasks that I needed to do around the house. For many years, I’ve been using a PDA to manage my tasks. It worked out well for me, because I could carry it with me at all times, and edit my schedule whenever I needed to. I started using Outlook’s tasks feature, but I found it quite cumbersome to start-up and run the outlook...