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  • Newbie's guide to Flock

    Newbie's guide to Flock

    You've heard about it and you want to try it, but you're a bit scared because you're not a computer whiz. Worry not! CNET's Josh Lowensohn walks you through it.

  • Get your photos on the Web for free

    Get your photos on the Web for free

    There are numerous Web sites which will host your digital photos for free, but if you want more customisation options, a downloadable program might be your best bet. We give you three options that won't cost you a cent. 2

  • Geotagging links photos to locales

    Geotagging links photos to locales

    Attaching location data to images enables new ways to search photos, give slide shows or be a virtual tourist. For now, early adopters only need apply. 2

  • Five tips for stealthy Facebooking

    Five tips for stealthy Facebooking

    Want to spend all day on Facebook without getting caught? Here's how. 1

  • How to use RSS in Outlook 2007

    How to use RSS in Outlook 2007

    An RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feed is an alert that tells you when your favourite Web site or blog has posted new information. With Outlook 2007, you can set up RSS feeds to deliver to your inbox.

  • Newbie's guide to Google Reader

    Newbie's guide to Google Reader

    RSS feeds aren't so scary. Give Google Reader a try and we think you'll enjoy them quite a bit. 1

  • Google Docs & Spreadsheets: 5 things you probably didn't know you could do

    Google Docs & Spreadsheets: 5 things you probably didn't know you could do

    Google's product experts share their favourite features that often don't get the limelight or that people simply don't know about.

  • How to clear your browser and surf securely

    Whenever you complete a banking or e-commerce or some other financial transaction involving personal data online, you really should clear your Internet browser's history, cache, and (in some cases) cookie files. 1

  • Six ways to improve Twitter

    Twitter has recently gotten a lot of buzz. As cool as it is, there are several ways to improve the experience. You can make viewing posts faster, read "tweets" through RSS, and more. 2

  • Newbie's guide to Twitter

    Newbie's guide to Twitter

    What is Twitter? Twitter is an interesting and practical real-time messaging system for groups and friends. It's just not completely obvious how to get into it. So, here's a quick newbie's guide to this new platform. This guide doesn't cover every feature of Twitter, but it should help to get you started. 2

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