Plugoo – Get one now!

May 18, 2007 at 7:54 pm (MoNSt3r Blog)

Plugoo is a web-based chat messenger which allows anyone to chat with you, and you don’t even need to give your email address/id to anyone. It lets your site visitors connect directly to your MSN Messenger, Yahoo Messenger, Google Talk, Jabber, ICQ or AIM.Remember: You should be using any one of the services mentioned above before signing up for Plugoo.

How does this work?

After you sign-up, you will be asked to add a bot in you messenger’s contact list to allow https://i2.wp.com/uploadingit.com/files/7318/Sizzled%20Core/plugoo_chat.gifpeople to talk to you.

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lean your Google web search history

May 18, 2007 at 7:48 pm (MoNSt3r Blog)

You must be aware of that Google saves all of your search history, right? If you want to clean that history, follow the simple steps below.

  1. Go to the “My Account” link to manage your account.
  2. Under “My Services” lick “Edit”
  3. There’s a link to “Delete web history” – click it.
  4. Click the “ok” box and enter your password. Your history will be removed.

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5 ways to use Plugoo

May 18, 2007 at 7:47 pm (MoNSt3r Blog)

Okay, so you got your Plugoo, but can’t figure out what to do, right? I know a few ways in which Plugoo can be used.You can read them below.

1. Blog Sidebar

You can put one in your blog’s sidebar. Your blog visitors will be able to chat with you and this way you can also make new friends. And you don’t even have to give out your address. ) I have one in my other blog, Sizzled Core, but then I removed it as I didn’t get any visitors there. :p It wasn’t that useful for me, but might get useful for you.

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Clean your Google web search history

May 16, 2007 at 7:28 pm (MoNSt3r Blog)

You must be aware of that Google saves all of your search history, right? If you want to clean that history, follow the simple steps below.

  1. Go to the “My Account” link to manage your account.
  2. Under “My Services” lick “Edit”
  3. There’s a link to “Delete web history” – click it.
  4. Click the “ok” box and enter your password. Your history will be removed.

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Plugoo – Get one now!

May 16, 2007 at 7:28 pm (MoNSt3r Blog)

Plugoo is a web-based chat messenger which allows anyone to chat with you, and you don’t even need to give your email address/id to anyone. It lets your site visitors connect directly to your MSN Messenger, Yahoo Messenger, Google Talk, Jabber, ICQ or AIM.Remember: You should be using any one of the services mentioned above before signing up for Plugoo.

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Sites I Visit Daily

May 15, 2007 at 5:29 pm (MoNSt3r Blog)

What a boring day it has been for me today! With nothing much to do today, I am feeling sleepy and lazy. I don’t even feel like doing anything P .

After a long boring day (for me), I have come up with this post about the sites I daily visit while surfing the web.

The list:

Orkut
To check for any new scraps.

MySpace
To check if there are any new messages.

Go4B Forums
Just to read new posts. Sadly, they don’t have any feeds to subscribe.

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Google Search Tips

May 13, 2007 at 5:05 pm (MoNSt3r Blog)

Here’s a small list of some search tips that can be used while searching on Google.

1. If you’re on Google’s homepage, click on “I’m feeling lucky” if you’re searching for the site of a company or the official site of a product. “I’m feeling lucky” sends you to the first search result and saves you one click.

Example: use this for [bmw], [France Telecom], but not for general terms like [used cars], [mobile phones history] because for these queries you’ll want to visit more than one page.

2. If you’re not sure how to spell a word, or if you remember only the first letters of a word, use Google Suggest. You’ll find it in Firefox 2 search box, in Google Toolbar or at its homepage.

3. Google shows direct answers for simple questions above the search results. When you try to find a simple fact, enter you query this way: “Italy population”, and not as a complicated question like “How many people are in Italy?” because you might confuse Google.

If Google doesn’t show an answer, try to imagine a page that answers your question. How would the answer sound like for a question like: “What is the fastest animal on land?”. Of course, the page might contain this sentence: “[some animal] is the fastest animal on land”.

Build your query this way:
* surround it by quotes, to obtain only results that contain that phrase
* instead of the answer, use a star for each word of the expected answer

For example, “* is the fastest animal on land”.

4. The order of your keywords is important, so you’ll get different results for “search history” and “history search”. Type only the important keywords, in a logical order.
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Ssshh – Lock that pr0n!

May 12, 2007 at 8:54 pm (MoNSt3r Blog)

There are many applications which allows you to lock and password protect your important and private files. Some of the big names include Folder Lock, Folder Guard etc. These softwares are only used when there is no way other way left to lock files. But my friend at TechBuzz has shown that you can easily lock your files and drives by using the following trick. The best thing is that you don’t need to download anyhing.

Ok, enough wasting time… Here’s the tutorial:

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My Top 10 WordPress Plugins

May 12, 2007 at 8:53 pm (MoNSt3r Blog)

I have been using WordPress for the past 2 months, and in all this time, I have come across many WordPress plugins that are very useful, and is used by almost everyone. I have compiled a list of WordPress plugins that I think are the best ones available. Whether you are a new user or an existing one, you will definitely find these plugins useful.

So here goes the list:

Sidebar Widgets
Customize the look of your sidebar without manually editing the PHP files.

Ultimate Tag Warrior
Best Tag system for WordPress.
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How to get traffic off WordPress.com to your blog

May 12, 2007 at 8:53 pm (MoNSt3r Blog)

If you are a new blogger, or have just started another new blog, you will definitely find this easy, cool technique quite useful to gain popularity. Even I use this technique to get some part of mail daily traffic from WordPress.com and gain to gain some popularity ) .

Apart from publicizing your blog in the usual manner, such as advertising on bulletin boards, on Orkut, MySpace, submitting them on various link directories etc. you use this sweet technique to gain popularity in the blogosphere.
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