Below you will find the most popular articles of the past month. Check them out if you missed any.
- 25 Incredible Skins, Resources & Tools for the Gmail Power User: Gmail is one of those rare things unanimously loved by everyday web users and tech-heads alike. The possibilities are endless. It can be anything from a simple email client to your central nervous system on the web. How far you take it is up to you.
- 8 Freeware Alternatives Every Windows User Should Install: Paid Windows software like Norton AntiVirus, Adobe Photoshop and Nero are etched into the minds of users thanks to years of advertising by the powerful corporations that own them.
- Security Trends of 2008 Part 3: The Spam Experimentation: Picking up from where we left last time, there are two other important spam formats worthy of notice. These two are special because they are proof that spammers not only wanted to sneak their spam into your inboxes, but they are also in the constant quest of finding which one is the more effective. Spammers have taken on the advertisement challenge in a more scientific, step-by-step procedure: the spam experimentation.
- Who Spent $10 For These Domain Names? Seriously!: Sure, domain names are the real estate of the future, but that does not justify spending $10 on crazy stuff. Below you will find some of the craziest (and crapiest) registered domains that I came across through my research sessions on the web.
- Internet Traffic Burgeoning Networks Due to Demand on Media: Traffic on the internet has exploded with video being the media of chance that is guzzling down the information superhighway. Separate reports indicate that the traffic is set to scale skywards but the question is whether the ISPs can scale to the demand as well.
- 10 Best, Free Programs to keep Windows Protected: Windows isn’t secure as you might have known. You’ve probably faced threats and trojans on your computer. There are loads of programs that are targeted at keeping your Windows computer safe from intrusions, here’s a pick of the best of them.
- What do you want from Gmail?: Matt Cutts has this recent post on his blog about the one feature he really craves to have on Gmail – to be able to set timers to your mails to have them sent later or just delay them like the comments on digg are waitlisted for editing ( to avoid sending those silly typos).
- Google and the Microhoo!: The blogs were alight last year on a similar news and it is the same this time. Microsoft announced another bid for Yahoo totaling to a staggering $44 billion ( at a premium of 62% to Yahoo’s current share price). In a conference note made public, Microsoft announced its move as: