I was bored and cruising (yes everyone knows how easily I get distracted/bored) and came across the mashable site.
This site provides an excellent summarized summary of NEW things happening. I could just waste hours and hours of time on the popular category of Facebook, Firefox, Google and my fav iPhone.
What I liked about the site, is that you can leave comments on any of the stories that are published here.
I like the clean structure and the a could look at the popular categories. I’ll give you one guess which one I gravitated to. the iPhone area.
What I liked even more of this site is the Jobs section.
- Here you can see job postings (besides your Monster, and careerbuilder). The interface was clean. I just selected the state I was looking for a job in and voila, I saw the jobs in a simple list.
- Updated 11/15/18: without doubt the best aggregator site today is Indeed. This site puts together jobs from multiple sites for a one stop job search
Take a look at mashable , I added the daily feed to my Yahoo, of course this site allows you to add subscribe to this site. I give this site 4+ stars.
One of my next blog entries is going to be dedicated to how to network in this crummy (yes that’s a technical term) economy and the inside tricks to finding jobs others won’t find.. Stay tuned for that.
As the resident cheapskate in my family, I’m always looking for the next great deal!
I haven’t had a chance to look at sites besides my normal haunts for deals, but today I found some that warrant your look and see. Each of the sites below offer RSS feeds that enable you to get daily deal feeds via your Yahoo or iGoogle home pages. Of course each of the sites provide you with printable and on-line coupon codes so you can continue to load up your home with techie items that you absolutely, positively, think you need..
Bargainist is a site that not only shows you deals, coupons, and freebies, it also gives some good advice on how to save money. This is what differentiates this site from other sites that I’ve mentioned in previous posts.
My other favorite is slickdeals. For the ease of use, this site continues to be my fav.
I’ve mentioned the sites below in prior posts, but I’m re-listing in summary form below. The sites below are ones in which I get daily feeds on my customized Yahoo and Google page respectively:
- Slick Deals
- XP Bargains
There are of course many other sites for coupons and shopping, but any one of the above can do some serious damage to your credit card. I’ve decided that my mantra continues to be:
“If it’s not a deal, I’m not buying!”… 🙂 I have a tendency to by technology stuff that I’ll never use.
If you know of other sites that readers might like, feel free to leave me a comment.
So are u looking for a no-spin news site? If yes –> The Smoking Gun is for you. This site tells you the news without the right or left wing spin that most of the papers give you these days.
take a look, you will definitely find it entertaining if not insightful…
Have you wanted to find someone on the web, but only know their name and city? Well I came across these sites that let you do just that. I often Google myself and see where I appear on the web. Proves one thing that there is never such as thing as being private once you are on the internet.
Here are some tips for searching for people:
People. Enclose both first and last names in quotes and search it as a phrase, rather than search the names as separate key words.
Example: Search “Firstname Lastname” rather than Firstname and Lastname.
In subsequent searches, try common nicknames instead of this person’s formal first name. If you know this person’s middle name, search yet again with this inserted between the first and last name… then change the middle name to a middle initial and search one more time. If you do not know the middle name or initial, use Google and insert an asterisk between the first and last name as in “First * Last.”
If the name is common, add this person’s state of residence, job title or spouse’s name (but not in the quotation marks) to your search to better focus the list of results.
Example: Searching “Bob Smith” yields an unmanageable one million-plus results on Google… but searching “Bob Smith” together with the word “Arkansas
- Pandia – People and email search. Includes links to various sites which can be utilized for people search and tools. Found this site to be the best one source shop for searching for people because of the links to the other search sites.
- Zoominfo – track people down for free through their professional history, because it identifies job titles and current and former employers.
- Reunion – It’s free but most of the details you want are premium. Even with this site you can get one year free subscription if you act on an offer from their site.
- Pipl – provides basic facts and contact information, plus links to search companies such as USSearch and Intellius, that will scan public records to locate the person you are after. These sites typically charge $10 to $50 to access an individual’s complete records, but they often provide basic information, such as hometown and spouse’s name, for free.
- Return to Google and search the name again in combination with these new details, as described above… or to search the spouse’s name.