When making a Twitter app, there are two different ways to to authenticate it: one is Curl and other is OAuth. People believe that OAuth will be the primary way in the future with Curl being phased out. The thing that I have not seen alot of people utilize is the branding aspect of OAuth. Continue reading
There is more to it than I previously thought, read about it on cnet: http://news.cnet.com/8301-17939_109-10451703-2.html
Well it has been out for about 24 hours and the masses have weighed in. Some people sing it’s praises, some regard it as a lame waste of time, while still some are convinced that is the single shred of evidence that Google’s famous creed, “don’t be evil” might be a big huge pile of b.s. Continue reading
ed. note: written by guest contributor Jen Hicks, thanks Jen!
Here we are in 2010. Today few individuals keep thoughts locked away in the old fashioned “diary.” Our love of openly displaying our thoughts has become addicting. Continue reading
Google has added a feature which allows you to add “Twitter-like” messages to your local business directoy page which will let business owners keep their listings current with messages about the latest deals or events for their business.
Google trends is a cool tool which allows you to compare two or more terms in a visual format. Continue reading
I needed to be able to post code into my blog posts so people could see the code I was writing about. If you want to show someone a code snippet of php code you can’t just write the code into your post it would just be executed or would be shown with incorrect characters
This video will show you how to upload a pdf to slideshare.
How to configure your settings in Facebook so you get notified when you are tagged in a photo before anyone else knows.
This site is wild, I have never seen anything like it.
Tineye.com is a reverse search engine for images, which basically means it tells you where images came from, if there are any other images like this one, and if there are better quality versions of the image.