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If you are concerned about your security of being online, you should be already using different passwords for everything that you use. In my case I have few very long passwords and for not much important things I use small memorable passwords. However I don’t store my passwords anywhere, I just remember those. Just today […]


Recently when I was lurking through Interwebs I have found this neat little service called instantserver.io which lets you to grab a linux virtual private server for 35 minutes. The instance is a Amazon EC2 micro which has 614MB of RAM , 8GB of storage and comes with Ubuntu 13.04. You just need to click […]


Theme up your Android with Mycolorscreen

by Ruchira on June 12, 2013

One of the advantages of Android over IOS is that you can theme Android, anyway you like. Even you could make it look like IOS, however that would be silly . Mycolorscreen.com is basically a theme sharing web site. Theme creators and enthusiasts posts their home screens on mycolorscreen with information on what apps they […]


How to enlarge private Facebook photos

by Ruchira on June 9, 2013

Have you ever wanted to view someones privacy protected Facebook profile pictures? Yes I’m talking about those small thumbnails which doesn’t enlarge like normal when you click on it because those pictures are marked as private. When you upload photos to facebook you can set the visibility to public, friends of you or just you. When I […]

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http://sphotos-a.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/420176_10150632396635768_2036862295_n.jpg See the link above? Yes its a direct link to a Facebook photo as most of you might have recognized at the first glance. You can see these links everywhere, or your friend might send you this type of direct link to a Facebook photo because He/She doesn’t want to know the profile of the person […]


If you are using a USB HSPA dongle to access the internet, one of common problem that you might face is the low signal strength on the place that you live.  Low signal levels translate in to low download/upload speeds and higher latency. The level of signal’s depend on various factors such as the distance […]


  Google is taking rel=”author” markup to a whole new level with Google+. You are most likely missing up if you haven’t added your author profile to your web page already. Rumor has it that adding rel=”author” and verifying your authorship is helping for your SEO and SERP’s (Search Engine Ranking Positions).  So how can you add this to your WordPress […]


Disavow links on Webmaster tools

by Ruchira on May 9, 2013

Google Panda and Penguin updates are a major nightmare for the link spammers and black hat seo people out there. These algorithm updates targets sites which has low quality content and back links pointing to your site. However this can be a major drawback for the quality sites too because, spam links are a thing which you […]


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