Good thing my wife doesn’t feel this way nor does she spend as much time as I do online.
Search engines have really changed the way we look for information. Research sure has come a long way from spending hours in the library looking for references.
What search engines you usually use? What do you usually search online?
What was your reaction the first time somebody retweeted your post? Probably excited because someone noticed you.
Not to be serious but, as a tip, try using hashtags of your niche or anything related to it, or why not create your own original hashtag. Maybe you want to check if you have a strong Twitter password as well, just to avoid hacked accounts.
Give it a try. What’s the worse thing that could happen? Well, I hope not what happened on the comic strip above.
If you’ve ever worked from home and this has happened to you, well it’s time to start doing a little exercise!
I wouldn’t want to give a serious take on a just for fun Friday post. But if you’re going to think about it, the question whether the Internet is good or bad really depends on the person using it. Read More
A little something to brighten your day. Though I don’t suggest you do this to your laptop, it’s still pretty funny.
It also goes to show you how technology can move so fast these days that almost immediately, some forms of technology (like software or hardware) get outdated after just a few months of release.
While I believe the CD Rom would still be a viable form of data storage, something in me tells me that it’s not going to be long before something else takes its place totally – like flash drives.
What do you think?
Image from 9Gag
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Ever been in the Internet and encountered one of these things?
Can’t blame websites for trying to confirm if you’re human, but really, do they have to be THAT tough for some people?
In any case, what’s the weirdest captcha you’ve got? Let me know in the comments section below.
If you’re an Internet junkie, chances are you’ve experienced browsing several websites regarding a certain subject. Of course, other than research or tech gadgets, you’re also in it for the entertainment. And sometimes, you get carried away and keep on searching and searching and searching – to a fault.
You want to gain more knowledge about the subject you’re interested in, even if it was JUST entertainment. And that is exactly what you get whenever you search the web.
Knowledge is power after all – and the Internet is known as the repository for all Earthly knowledge. And, ironically, power corrupts, well, sometimes, it just causes you sleepless night, online, of course. Just check out this awesome chart that I got… from the Internet.
Meme courtesy of 9Gag.com
Ever been in a coffee shop or a bar or maybe in a public place and discover that it has free wifi. Little moment of win, I know. If you’ve had this experience before, share this image!
Besides his trusty geiger counter that drives him crazy when it senses power levels over 9000, Vegeta also has his iPhone to help him out in tight situations… or Tweet or update his Facebook Status whenever he’s about to get blown into bits by some extraterrestrial.