Don't-Miss Web & communication software Stories
Here's the information you need to start using Google’s Web-based RSS reader like a pro.
Now that Google announced plans to discontinue iGoogle, Jim Pierce asked me to suggest an alternative.
Handy bookmarklet Web2PDF makes it simple to convert any Web page into a PDF you can download and share or store.
Robert Talbot read Remove an Email Address in Gmail, and asked about doing the same thing in Outlook
Now that he's moved on to Windows 7, Doug asked how he can access his older messages, saved in XP's Outlook Express
Robert Conner keeps his friends' phone numbers and snailmail addresses in Gmail. He asked me how he can access this information offline.
Web designers use CSS to turn basic HTML into cutting-edge visual layouts. Our getting-started guide tells you everything you need to know to understand it.
Does Gmail have a "select all" tool for messages you've labeled or filtered? It does -- and here's how to use it.
Coastie65 is nowhere near Malaysia, but friends are getting email claiming that he's stranded in Kuala Lumpur. He asked the Web Browsing and Email forum for help.
The preview shows only one image, even if the listing has several, but it's still a major time-saver and a very easy way to preview what's beneath a Craigslist ad -- no browser extension required.
Why settle for one search modifier when you can use two? Here's how to filter your inbox to show exactly the messages you want to see.
Still haven't found the perfect replacement for Google's portal? One of these two services might fit the bill.