Terry Brown from Zopeo.com wrote in to talk about Zopeo, a new startup whose goal is to allow you to find anyone, anywhere. Read on for more.
One of the things about maintaining a nice looking website is using attractive images when appropriate. The problem is stock photos can cost a lot of money. One of the places you can get free, royalty-free photos is public-domain-photos.com. It’s not the Getty Archives, but you can’t beat the price.
It’s a big annoyance trying to save YouTube videos. Why would you want to save one? Well for one thing, it can be a lot more convenient to play it from a desktop multimedia player. For some users it takes up less CPU than the browser-based Flash player, important for phone users. Finally, if a [...]
Free fonts from Google to download or to allow your website’s visitors to download.
Remember GeoCities? It was the the dark underbelly of the Worldwide Web, where you could get a free space to spout off on whatever you wanted to. It was Greenwich Village as compared to the New York Times building. When you went there you were sure to exercise your synapses, reading about all sorts of [...]
Back in the late 1990s, there was a parade of websites using Adobe Flash to show audio/visual introductions that both took a long time to load and a long time to play. It was sort of cute the first time around, but it quickly got annoying the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th times you accessed a [...]
Google celebrated its 13th birthday with a doodle on the Google homepage.
Ever wonder if a store’s changed prices from the last time you visited them? Shopobot claims to be able to tell you.
One of the most important things in determining if a website feels fast to your customers/audience is latency: the amount of time it takes a packet to get to a remote server and back. You can figure out the latency from your computer to the remote server with the ping tool in Windows and Linux. [...]