Announcement:

  Hello, We Are Now Designing Blogger Awesome Template. Check Out At Netzspot.Blogspot.
Showing posts with label Internet Information. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Internet Information. Show all posts

Sunday, April 13, 2014

How To Choose A Great Cloud Vendor?

How To Choose A Great Cloud Vendor?

68.2 Billion Pound. That’s the amount of money Britons spent online in 2011, according to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). And whilst this figure underlines Britain’s status as the biggest online shopping nation in the developed world, it also points to a bigger story:

The customers have moved online into the Cloud, and so have the businesses that serve them. So the question today isn’t whether a business should have a presence in the Cloud (you should), rather it’s now about how to choose a great Cloud file sharing vendor to work with.
Read More ...

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

The Key Features Of VPN Services

The Key Features of VPN Services

The best feature of a VPN that makes it a viable network solution is that it can connect both on private networks and public networks like the Internet. The method used by a VPN is called tunnelling, and it uses the existing hardware infrastructural components like the internet as well as interweb links. VPN structures also have many security components that keep the private connections safe and protected.
Read More ...

Monday, February 24, 2014

Using Google Drive For Students Feedback – A Great Tool For Home Schooling

Using Google Drive For Students Feedback – A Great Tool For Home Schooling

As a teacher or trainer, you will very often be called upon to give feedbacks to your students. You will additionally have to assess examination papers and check them for plagiarism. The traditional way of giving feedbacks used to be done on papers. However, it is more advantageous to do it in a computer – they are less tiring and more precise than doing it on papers – thanks to Google Drive. Google Drive is the new name for Google Doc (a name used few months ago).

Google Drive is a vast improvement over the Doc, and is being widely used by educational professionals and students all over the world. They are also perfect for storing important documents so that they are accessible anytime anywhere. Google Drive is also used by businesses and project managers for collaborating. As a teacher, you can find innovative uses once you get the touch and feel of Google Drive.
Read More ...

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Top Free Websites To Generate And Upload Your Memes

Top Free Websites To Generate And Upload Your Memes

If you have found yourself sitting across your computer screen amused and laughing all the way looking through hilarious memes on social networking sites, you must realize that there is an entire community on the internet that caters specifically to audiences who would like to create, upload or simply skim through a million memes created by users from all over the globe.


If you have the penchant to create hilarious memes that you are confident will tickle people’s funny bone all over the globe and has the potential to go viral or you simply want to entertain yourself for hours together, memes are the way to go. Given below is a list of some of the best and the most popular meme generation websites which you can use to both upload and share your own creations or simply have a good time skimming through the millions already uploaded by the users.
Read More ...

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

[Infographic] How Google’s Design Is Dictated By Dollars?

[Infographic] How Google’s Design Is Dictated By Dollars?

Google’s Search Results Evolve:

Remember what Google used to look like? Unless you work online or an expert in search engine optimization, it’s likely you haven’t noticed the modification of design throughout the years. Traditionally, results featured organic results (ten in number) along with a number of paid listings to the top and right of the screen. However, today there are carousels, seven-packs, authorship markup, Google Plus accounts, and other deviations of the traditional results page.
Read More ...

Thursday, January 9, 2014

A Brief Look At Common Test Patterns And Reuse Of Test Designs

A Brief Look At Common Test Patterns And Reuse Of Test Designs

Simplification of the testing process helps to reduce redundancy and create a more time effective procedure. Typical test-design can be made easier by capturing generic patterns and using them with subsequent test designs. Such companies as BugFinders.com are working to harness the power of these common test patterns.

Reusing test designs is not completely problem-free as it is usually necessary to create original test-design details for each particular test. This leads to the defining of completely new application features. However, with the aid of test-design templates, it is very possible to achieve this goal. The idea is to capture common patterns and reuse them, thereby minimizing the ad-hoc work. There are a variety of ways to approach the concept of simplifying the testing process. Microsoft provides an excellent look into the purpose and implementation of test patterns.
Read More ...

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

What Is The Google Analytics? A Complete Bio About It...

What Is The Google Analytics? A Complete Bio About It...

There are several tools out there for tracking your website's data, including how much traffic it gets, where the traffic comes from, and other types of statistics. Google Analytics is by far the most widely used website analysis tool. Offered by search engine behemoth Google, the tool has more than 80 percent of the market share, and it is used on around 55 percent of the 10,000 most popular websites.

What Is Google Analytics? A Background:

Google Analytics is essentially the descendant of Urchin on Demand, which was developed by Urchin Software Corp. Google acquired the company -- and by extension, the software -- in April 2005. Seven months later, Google introduced its version of Urchin, which was eventually discontinued on March 28, 2012. Since 2006, Google Analytics has been available to all website owners, including those who do not use the company's advertising program, which is called Google AdWords.
Read More ...

Friday, November 1, 2013

Top 5 Sites Of 2013 Build On HTML5, See How Attractive They Are...

Top 5 Sites Of 2013 Build On HTML5

Remember when video games were big blocks of pixels and consoles ran on 16-bit processors? Sure, back in 1993 smacking away at our controllers to gruesomely decapitate our opponent in Mortal Kombat in a triumphant display of gory graphics was indeed fun. Well, most of it was due to the fact that squirting blood and exploding intestines was a new thing back then. Think of that as the era before HTML5.

Now think of how much modern games have evolved since then - Battlefield 4, Skyrim, GTA V and the lot - consider this the era of HTML5. Now tell me, would you really want to go back to 16-bit graphics? This is what HTML5 is all about.

Since this article is not about the ins and outs of HTML5 the above paragraph is all the explanation you’ll get! Now, let’s get right down to it. Here are the top 5 HTML5 websites for 2013, enjoy!

1.) Audi #OneMillionReasons:

Razorfish Germany in collaboration with production company Minivegas teamed up with Audi to unleash probably the greatest interactive web experience of the decade! The jist of this HTML5 site is its 3D function wherein, through the use of WebGL technology, an Audi R8 is virtually generated in the form of a million spherical particles.

Top 5 Sites Of 2013 Build On HTML5

Not blown away, are you? But what if i told you that every single sphere contains a message from fans all over the world stating why they love Audi. Oh, so now you’re blown away. The German luxury automobile brand proves that its prowess not only lies with the engine under its hood!

2.) Museum Of Mario:

At some point when reminiscing of nostalgic pixelated video games you played decades ago, you will remember Mario and his quest to save the princess. All i remember is how I never could! Whether she never really wanted to be rescued or Mario was just an italian pervert, I will never know… until IGN decided to make an HTML5 site all about Mario!

Top 5 Sites Of 2013 Build On HTML5

Built in collaboration with Intel’s HTML5 Hub, Museum of Mario tackles around 30 years of gaming history for probably the greatest game ever sold. Going way back to the 8-bit era of video games, the website allows you to explore and interact through the vintage versions of the game to the modern ones. It’s simply fascinating when the most high tech form of programming meets it’s past to make something great. It’s like meeting your old self and playing video games together - which is probably what we’d all do should that really happen.

3.) Dreams Of Black:

Different tastes call for different genres in music, but it’s not the kind of melody that you listen to that makes you love a certain track; it’s the ecstatic emotion that it makes you feel. I call this a journey through sound waves and imagination. Someone else calls it 3 Dreams of Black.

Top 5 Sites Of 2013 Build On HTML5

Dreams of Black is in an interactive HTML5 website created by a bunch of intelligent people (too many to mention) to showcase the music of Norah Jones, Danger Mouse and Daniele Luppi’s album entitled Rome. The site uses WebGL to create a world that sort of simulates what a person’s mind goes through as the music plays. The goal is to make the user feel and experience music as it plays rather than simply listening. It’s definitely an eye-opening form of visual art.

4.) Soul Reaper:

The only downside to a comic book is that there aren’t any trailers to get you all hyped up about it. As many avid comic book readers are also movie fanatics who know their stuff inside out one has to wonder, what if these two modes of storytelling melded together? Now, I personally have not heard anyone complain about comic books not having trailers, but what if they did? What if comic book reading could evolve into something more interactive, more theatre-like? What if someone with an epic voice could narrate as you went through your favorite comic series? What if… all of this already existed?

Top 5 Sites Of 2013 Build On HTML5

Soul Reaper is another interactive HTML5 site that literally *kapows* me out cold - because of its awesomeness, that is. Graphic novels have never been as “graphic” as this and my internal reading voice never as epic! You’re going to have to check it out by yourself to get a grip of what I’m trying to say because I’d have to make my own epic trailer if I had to explain it to you in writing. Wait a minute - what if I could… nah!

5.) Diesel Shoes, Bags And Accessories:

Girls love shopping as much as they love browsing through the internet about the things that they want to shop about. It’s a never ending cycle of things that men won’t ever really understand. Men are visual beings by nature, when they see something they like they take it. Some spend jail time for it but you get my point. Diesel has devised a way to intertwine these two very different traits of men and women by putting them into their website.

Top 5 Sites Of 2013 Build On HTML5

If you love shopping, seeing high definition images of things you want to shop for or being able to interact online with belts and shoes, then you will be breathe taken by Diesel’s HTML5 based website. Check it out!

Interesting isn’t it - HTML5? I urge you to try to browse on your own to find other great sites that showcase this new technology. Heck, if you can create one of your own be sure to send me a link! I hope you guys had a good time browsing through the list, see you!


About the Author:
Jamaica Sanchez is a professional writer and website developer. She is a big advocate of converting flash to html5. She also has a passion in dancing, cooking and playing golf.

Read More ...

Saturday, October 19, 2013

How To Find The Top 5 Cloud Storage Vendors For Your Business?

How To Find The Top 5 Cloud Storage Vendors For Your Business?

Cloud Storage is a milestone in the world of mobile and portable data storage capabilities. Its importance can be further strengthened when you consider how unsafe conventional storage devices like USBs, and hard drives can be; whenever there are any virus onslaughts, voltage fluctuations, or any other hazard, chances are these devices will malfunction and you’ll lose all your data. With USB sticks there is an added chance that you might misplace them, or they might get stolen; in either case, your data get lost.
Read More ...

Monday, September 23, 2013

A/B Testing 101 – It’s Simpler Than You Think...!!!

A/B Testing 101 – It’s Simpler Than You Think...!!!

Although the term ‘A/B Testing’ makes’ this particular concept for testing your marketing strategies sound complex and intimidating, it is actually quite simple to use and it is definitely effective when done correctly.

What Is A/B Testing?

The best way to think of this testing process is to liken this to the comparative lab experiments you used to do in high school. You get two plants of the same species and you do everything the same for them except for one thing. This single difference between them is what you’ll observe in order to determine if it contributes to the plant’s growth or not.
Read More ...

Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Google Drive, Dropbox And Sky Drive – What To Choose?

Google Drive, Dropbox And Sky Drive – What To Choose?

Cloud services have become extremely popular in the recent years, and now you can find quite a few of them. Sky Drive, Google Drive and Dropbox are some of the most popular cloud services available today and different people as well as companies like them for different reasons. There are several tests that you can also conduct on your own to compare all these services and then select the best one considering the test-results.
Read More ...

Tuesday, August 13, 2013

The Handiest iPhone & Android Social Media Apps Of 2013

The Handiest iPhone & Android Social Media Apps Of 2013

More and more interesting and entertaining social media apps are being launched day by day. Quite naturally, you may ask “how not to get lost in this abundant world of social networking apps and make the best choice?” We are here to help you with all your curiosity regarding such apps. What we collect is here in the list and further, we also shared some info about them below one by one too.

  1. Plume
  2. Facebook Messenger
  3. Tingle
  4. MeetMe
  5. HootSuite
  6. UberSocial
  7. Flipboard
  8. Hook Up Tonight
  9. Skout
  10. How About We
  11. LuLu
  12. Bang With Friends
  13. MiuMeet
  14. Swoon
Read More ...

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Top 10 Extremely Useful Google Reader Alternatives

Top 10 Extremely Useful Google Reader Alternatives

The tech savvy people have been given a shocker this season with the announcement of Google Reader’s shut-down. This announcement has triggered several agitations and there is a substantial amount of angst and frustration among the people who are fond of the Google’s most popular RSS reader. However, despite of the anger against the announcement, the hard fact remains that Google Reader will shut its operations from July 1 2013. Although, the presence of Google Reader will be missed heavily but there are some alternatives available in the market that will aptly fill the void.

Top 10 Extremely Useful Google Reader Alternatives
Read More ...

Friday, May 10, 2013

Top 4 Digital Marketing Trends For 2013 Via Infographic

“Top 4 Digital Marketing Trends for 2013”, our latest infographic, provides a comprehensive analysis of tools and technologies that will define the digital marketing landscape this year. It traces the impact of the digital revolution on consumer behaviour and highlights key trends that marketers need to focus on in 2013. It provides insights on optimally utilizing various elements of a digital marketing strategy like mobile marketing, social media, content marketing and author rank, to offer greater reach, better relevancy and higher customer engagement.
Read More ...

Saturday, March 23, 2013

Top Direct Download Provider Sites, Storage And Search Engine List

Top Direct Download Provider Sites, Storage And Search Engine List

What Is Direct Download?

Direct download link (DDL), alternatively simply direct download, is a term used within the Internet-based file sharing community. It is used to describe a hyperlink that points to a location within the Internet where the user can download a file. When used in conversation, DDL distinguishes itself from other forms of peer-to-peer (P2P) downloading architectures in that it uses a client–server architecture, where 100-percent of the file is stored on a single file server or in parallel across multiple file servers in a server farm.

Originally, P2P was used to distribute large sized files without requiring much bandwidth on the part of any one node. However, because of sharing issues, such as the lack of seeding of torrents, throttling of a node's file sharing ports by an Internet service provider, or lawsuits because of uploading copyrighted material, direct downloads has become a popular and legal alternative among Leechers. There is also an increase in businesses offering gigabytes of free bandwidth and storage space.
Read More ...

Friday, February 15, 2013

Some Details, Types And Information About Domain Names.

You Want Facebook Related Post Widget, LinkedWithin Widget And Facebook Activity Widget...

Now in the age of Internet every day and night some websites are born in somewhere of this net.Even you may also have one,two or more. If you have a website and want to earn some extra cash from your website or blog and if you want to make money in limited time then you must need a “Domain” but many of you may not know details about it,so here am going to share this with all of you.
Read More ...

Friday, January 25, 2013

Top Torrent Provider Sites, Forums And Search Engines List

Top Torrent Provider Sites, Forums And Search Engines List

In the BitTorrent file distribution system, a torrent file is a computer file that contains metadata about files and folders to be distributed, and usually also a list of the network locations of trackers, which are computers that help participants in the system find each other and form efficient distribution groups called swarms.[1] A torrent file does not contain the content to be distributed; it only contains information about those files such as their names, sizes, folder structure, and cryptographic hash values for verifying file integrity. Depending on context, a torrent may be the torrent file or the referenced content.Torrent files are normally named with the extension .torrent, as in MyFile.torrent.
Read More ...

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Comcast Connectivity - How Far It Goes?

Comcast Connectivity - How Far It Goes?

It’s all set and the entire internet providers are now preparing for another year of ultimate service to their customers as the year is about to end. Comcast is due to criticism as this year was all about negative and not very rewarding comments on the customers services they had in some areas. Although the internet connectivity can be commended, Comcast focus on the latest trends of internet technology has put them a little farther from its competitor AT&T.
Read More ...

Saturday, May 26, 2012

Impulse – Google Chrome Shopping Extension



A Personal Shopping Cart and Wish List:
Impulse – Google Chrome Shopping Extension
For those who do lots of online shopping, having a Google Chrome browser with the Impulse extension will make the shopping experience very easy and enjoyable. It is very easy to lose track of selected items when one takes time to check several items first. Other than clicking the buy button immediately, selected items can very easily be lost making the entire process tiring and time consuming. This extension allows the shopper to drop from several online stores selected items into a personalized shopping cart. These can then be selected latter for comparison and buying. It also acts as a wish list holding all that one wishes to buy until that time that funds will be available to purchase the items.
Read More ...

Monday, May 14, 2012

Create Rounded Corner Of An Image With Online Tool

Create Rounded Corner Of An Image With Online Tool

Many people want to use Rounded Corner image in there site and blog but they don't have much time to spent over Adobe-Photoshop Like software for this simple work, So here i am introducing you the free online tool that will  round your image corner easily and fastly without installing any software free of cost.
Today the Question is How to create rounded image corner? Here is a great tool for giving all your pictures beautifully rounded corners. It's simple to use and can save you a whole bunch of time. While most web designers use photoshop to achieve this very special effect, now it possible to accomplish in just a few seconds.
A little trick by using a service called RoundPic. You must have seen some sites that publish images with rounded corners to give a more professional touch to the article or accompanying text. Doing this in Photoshop is easy, but who would pay a license for something so small? If you have a perfect. If you do not have a license, then read on.
RoundPic is an online service easy to use. No registration required, is free and you just upload your photo or picture you want to give rounded corners. The burden of the image can be performed using an image stored on your PC or provide a valid URL where the image is found. Then click on it Round.
No embedded watermark or anything similar. The images are saved in JPG format by default, unless you use transparencies, in which case, as mentioned above, it is saved in PNG format.
Read More ...