Don't-Miss Productivity Stories
If you need to scale or crop images to a specific size, you can do so with an application bundled with the Mac OS.
Is your professional profile riddled with terms that made LinkedIn's list of overused buzzwords? Take time to remedy that and plug into some of the social networking site's new features.
Problem: You want to sync the Google calendars of all your loved ones with your iPhone. Solution: Google Sync. Here's how.
Here are a few sites that let you share your holiday snapshots while retaining control over your privacy.
While you're welcome to extend your MobileMe trial with Apple for $99 a year, you can do it less expensively via Amazon.
Apple moved MobileMe Calendar out of beta last week, but after working with the software, Ted Landau thinks that might have been premature. He shares some tips from Apple before detailing his own experience with cloud-based calendaring.
CIO's Kristin Burnham is back with more tips on shoring up your Facebook security and staying safe on the social networking service.
Trying to recall your first tweet or who your initial followers were on the Twitter microblogging service? Here are four free sites for Twitter nostalgics and sleuths.
Facebook launched a new feature this week that gives you a detailed overview of the data permissions that you've granted to apps. Here's how to find the new dashboard and adjust your settings.
What are some of the red flag behaviors an employer might look for in their employees' online profiles? CSO's Joan Goodchild lists six mistakes users make on sites like Facebook and Twitter that could lead to unemployment.
Overwhelmed by information? Using Yahoo’s Pipes you can create your own custom RSS feeds that filter information from other RSS feeds, Web sites, and more. Glenn Fleishman shows you how.
Can your business ignore Facebook? Only if you want to ignore the half a billion people who use it. Here's how get started marketing your business through the ubiquitous social networking site.
Syncing your calendar and contact data across your Mac and iOS devices using MobileMe can come in handy, but not when your contacts disappear. Ted Landau looks at potential options for getting those contacts back where they belong.