With the hundreds of tweets that sail through our Twitter feed every day, it can be difficult to remember who said what, when, or linked to something worthwhile. Search site Snap Bird makes finding particular tweets a breeze.
Although we're guessing most of the gunk and grime that lands in your keyboard is from snacking while working, you can still keep the dust bunnies away while you're not around. DIY site Instructables details how to keep that new-keyboard feel.
Craigslist is a great resource when you're searching for a deal on a vehicle, but it can also be time consuming. This Craigslist-centric Firefox extension displays consumer reviews, pricing info, and similar vehicles to make searching as painless as possible.
It's easy to forget things grocery shopping once you're bumping elbows with the masses. GroceryWiz is an easy to use, fully customizable webapp that keeps your weekly grocery needs in check.
Many sites that help you find a hotel can be a little frustrating to use. They're either pumped full of ads or jumble results according to advertisers. RoomAtlas does away with all that, providing a simplified but impressive Google Maps-powered hotel search.
Although online media giant Hulu has users all across the country saying no monthly cable bills, their site was still a little unruly when it came to its search function. They've listened to user feedback and implemented some really helpful new features. Next time you miss a specific episode of TV, try using Hulu's…
Browsera is an all-in-one, web-based tool for testing web sites for errors, complications, and layout issues. Unlike other similar tools, it does more than just take screenshots of various browsers; it provides an in-depth assessment of problematic areas in need of attention.
With the holiday season officially underway, many are looking to start shipping gifts to family and friends across the country. So what service ships for less, and which will get your package there the fastest: UPS, FedEx, or the good-old Post Office?
Many of us will be throwing holiday parties in the weeks ahead, but for those who aren't regularly party throwers, it can be difficult to know how big of an invite list your place can handle. This simple formula can help.
Windows only: Most laptop owners have experienced the frustrations of an unpredictable cursor when your wrist grazes the touchpad. Free, open-source utility TouchFreeze disables your touchpad as soon as you start typing, re-enables it when you stop.
No matter how many coasters you set out over the holidays, it's almost inevitable that someone will leave a drink on your hardwood furniture. To help rid your favorite pieces of unsightly water rings, all you need is a little toothpaste.
There's only few times a year where filling your belly until you're ready to bust is a good idea—or at least socially acceptable. Make the most of your Thanksgiving binge with food weblog Eating The Road's guide to gorging.
Ever need to repair an awkwardly shaped object but have trouble keeping it steady while you work? The always-clever Martha Stewart suggests getting some assistance from sand, using it to hold odd-shaped objects at just the right angle while your glue dries.
Deep frying your Thanksgiving bird is all the rage, and for good reason: The results are delicious. Although that extra crispy skin is oh so tasty, frying without a little know-how is a recipe for trouble.
Writing emails while offline can help keep you on top of things, especially while on the go. As of today, Offline Gmail allows you to add attachments to an email while you're offline, bringing essentially the full offline experience to Gmail.
The holidays mean food, fun, and family—but they can also mean stress and frustration. Avoid small disasters by throwing together a holiday emergency kit to aid in rescuing your carpet, meal, or toilets from any unpleasant surprises.
Upcoming has been a rather neglected web application since it was acquired by Yahoo, but this week they've announced a new feature that lets you know when bands you like are in town based on Pandora, Last.fm, or iTunes.
Weekends are a combination of playing catch up from things not accomplished in the previous 5 days, interjected with bits of free time and family obligations. Unclutter one thing a day to leave your weekends wide open for anything you please.
Although I live in Kansas City, Missouri—home to the best meat options around—I'm not a huge meat eater, truth be told. Still, vegetarian fare always leaves me feeling unsatisfied. I've tested more than my share of veggie burger recipes, all promising to create something that has the heft and tenderness of a proper…
Wireless charging mats are a clever way to charge your gadgets without cords or power bricks, but a big black mat can easily stick out in any room. Instructables shows you how to make a more stylish wooden induction charger.