Spam tends to be an occupational hazard of using the internet. Everyday we receive tens or may be hundreds of spam mails, making life online unpleasant. All it takes is one rogue website to sell our email address and we will be in every spammer’s database in no time. Using temporary or disposable emails to sign up or subscribe to newsletters could help a lot in culling spam.
Today we’ll take a look at 16 web apps that provide disposable email addresses to find the best ones in this business. Jump in with me!
At Web.AppStorm we review and round up the best web apps from around the internet. This week we’re giving away some great goodies from a few of the most popular web apps we’ve covered. A big Thank You goes out to Formstack, SpiderOak, SmugMug and Remember The Milk for sponsoring this week’s giveaway.
Ready to take a break from work? Or maybe you would like to play a game with many other people online? We’ve rounded up ten of the best browser-based MMORPG games to bring you some entertainment, even if it’s just for a few minutes during your break at work.
Tumblr is fast becoming the micro blogging platform of choice across all sections of Internet users. The Tumblr app in itself is well rounded with a gorgeous user interface and nice set of features. Being the spoiled brats of the internet age we are, the quest for accessing and managing Tumblr from various platforms is always out there.
There are quite a few choices when it comes to tumblr apps. In this round up, let us take a quick look on the apps that help us to enhance the Tumblr experience.
There’s an abundance of data backup and sharing apps, regardless of which platform you use. However, there are only so many that do a great job and run on all the major platforms (OS X, Windows and Linux). If you’re seeking a quality backup and sharing app, you might consider giving SpiderOak a try.
Today I’ll review the backup, sync and sharing app SpiderOak.
Update: Be sure to check out SpiderOak’s new iPhone app!
Everyday we find ourselves at cross roads, unable to decide about things. When in doubt we always turn to friends and family to get our queries answered. Now that the world has become so connected by way of social networking, we have access to experts from across the globe.
There are a few web apps that help us tap into the social expertise network to get our questions answered. Yahoo answers is the most famous and Aardvark is the latest. In addition to connecting us with thousands of volunteer experts, Aardvark (also known as Vark) allows us to connect with our friends by integrating Facebook and Gmail accounts. Let’s see how best we can tap into the social knowledge base.
We’ve collected the top five reviews, roundups and how-to articles from across the AppStorm network in March. Whether you’re interested in Mac, iPhone, or Web apps, there’s bound to be something you didn’t spot over the course of the month.
Now would be a good time to explore a part of the AppStorm Network you’ve never seen before! Don’t forget, you can always keep track of the whole network via the AppStorm Dashboard.
April Fools’ Day is upon us and the web is bustling with pranks and jokes of all sorts, ranging from injuries caused by the sudden acceleration of PCs to Hulu’s secret plan depicted in a 10 minute internal training video. Here’s our roundup of fun and entertaining April Fools’ Day jokes and pranks for 2010.