The most recent effort by Google and other search engines to make search better for consumers makes it wise to stop stuffing keywords into poorly written copy and focus on quality. Unique blogs, images, and video are all increasingly key in today’s Web world,
Here’s a productivity tool to manage bookmarks of your favorite websites by putting your most-frequented websites on “speed dial.” It’s a free browser add-on that enables you to create thumbnails of your favorite websites — visual bookmarks — on a private browser page, and you can organize them in groups.
The add-on is called FVD Speed Dial and it’s available for Firefox or Chrome.
With this add on, you can right click on any page and choose “Add Speed Dial.” Just click “next” and it creates a thumbnail that links to the site.
You can drag and drop the thumbnails to put them in any order. You can also organize your favorites into groups. For example, you might have one group for “ETFs” and another for “Taxes.” You can also right click to move a thumbnail from one group to another.
How Fast Is Your ISP? New FCC Report Rates Verizon And Cablevision Tops In Delivering Speed As Advertised
Thursday, July 19, 2012 13:45
In 2012, according to the Federal Communications Commissoin, the majority of ISPs delivered actual download speeds within 90% of their advertised speeds or better, with modest performance declines during peak periods. In 2011, most ISPs delivered actual download speeds within 80% of advertised speeds.