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Tool for adding Facebook app tabs to your page.

On February 1st, Facebook officially killed all app profile pages. However, what they left behind was a confusing and difficult way for users to add their app tabs to their pages. What use to be a simple click is now, create a new HTML page with specific code and then format your URL a specific way replacing […]

Twitter has a job opening for a unicorn slayer.

Did you see Twitter’s awesome recruiting video? I have to say, it got my attention because it’s cheesy awesome. While listing open jobs, I noticed that they are even hiring a unicorn slayer. Now I think that may be illegal, with them being endangered and all, but you don’t find that job to many places. I think I’m going to stay at […]

How to update your Facebook status so only some of your friends see it.

It seems like everyone is on Facebook these days. I have high school friends, co-workers, relatives and even my mother in-law follows my updates. However, I don’t always want to share everything with everyone. That’s why there are Facebook lists. Lists are a way of organizing your friends into groups; or circles if anyone uses Google+. You […]

Google+. The social network that wants to be cool but isn’t.

Who doesn’t love the idea of Goolge+? It’s a social network, from Google, that ties into your Google life. It’s got a pretty easy to use interface, does a great job at grouping friends, has video and audio chat built-in and can automatically upload every picture you take from your Android phone into the system. […]

Facebook’s Like number is more than just people clicking Like.

It seems that every site now has a Facebook Like button on it, but did you know that the number of Likes is made up of more than just people clicking Like? The number shown on a Like button is the sum of: The number of likes for the URL The number of shares for […]

Teaching Myself jQuery – Here’s What I’ve Learned So Far

I finally did it. I’ve been wanting to learn jQuery for a while, but haven’t had the chance to sit down and do it. So I took some time over the past week and jumped in. Turns out, it’s just as cool as everyone says. Here are a few things I’ve learned so far: It’s […]

Redesigning Toodledo via Custom CSS

Toodledo is one of my favorite to-do applications. It has a great free model, a very nice iPod & iPad app, Twitter & email integration, and widgets for Gmail, Chrome, Firefox, Netvibes and such. However, even with all the nice things, the site design leaves something to be desired. And when the site design is lacking, the […]