Google Adsense is what we and most of the webmasters as well as bloggers use as a main source of income of their blog. As its the main source, its necessary to keep track of your earnings regularly, to know that nothing bad is taking place. One of those bad things that Adsense publishers face a lot is click bombing. It is when the ads on your site are clicked repeatedly by some human or some bot, meaning there is no genuine interest on the user's side and therefore, every click generated is artificial. Artificial clicks do not help an advertiser at all.read more
I spent the last two days scanning photos from my family albums (about 900 photos). Scanning each photos individually will take lots of time, however not any further processing is needed. When you scan multiple images at once, you need to crop and straighten each photo from a single page you scanned.read more
A little late in sharing this wonderful news. If you don't know yet, JetBrains, the developer of awesome IDEs like IntelliJ IDEA and PhpStorm have made their products free for students. And guess what? This is unlike other free-for-students offer. Most of the free-for-students discounts are limited to students of US university and colleges only. The way to check whether a person claiming to be a student to avail these sorts of discounts is in fact a student or not, is to make him use his university provided email address.read more
Boom Boom Boom! is a webapp for your party.
What does it do?
Boom Boom Boom! throws up animations, text photos, graphics and different effects. You can use your mobile or keyboard to control it, or you can play the music and let the graphics change on its own.read more
Whenever I have to accomplish something these days (in terms of programming that is), the language that I turn to at first is Google Script. I have gotten so used to it, and its interface that I prefer it over any other language, or services. The added bonus of using it is that you can run the script regularly by setting up a timer. No need to meddle with cronjobs and what-not on your server.read more
LiveReload is a handy tool for web-developers. Do you not use Dreamweaver alternatives for linux, or any other web development tools? If you make use of text editors to code and web browsers to preview the result, then you must be tired of constantly hitting the save button on your text editor as well as that reload button on your web browser.read more
How often do you have to take a spreadsheet data and covert to a character separated value? Tabular data, be it a number or a text are all stored in a plain text form by CSV (Comma Separated Values) files. A CSV file can compile a number of records with separate fields, which are uniquely identified by a standardized literal comma, tab, any character or string. This type of file format has been widely supported and used in many fields. All types of spreadsheets and database management systems basically support these CSV files.read more
Too frequent BSODs and 'display driver not detected' messages were turning me insane. I decided to install Ubuntu via WUBI, but although the pain slightly decreased, the true potential of linux was still shrouded by Windows. I had been contemplating on completely formatting and installing Linux, and about a week ago, I finally did it. With just 1 Gb of RAM and a P4 processor, I thought Xubuntu would be the way to go - and it seems that I was right.read more
For those of you unaware of it, DreamSpark is a Microsoft program wherein students are provided with Microsoft products at no charge at all. To make use of this facility, you need to verify that you're infact a student. There are a number of ways to do this, but using a .edu email is the easiest one. This proves that the person is in fact a student since a .edu email address is assigned by a education institution and isn't open to everyone (not true all the time, as you will read below.) In this article, you are going to learn how you can get a DreamSpark account for free.read more