MakeUseOf: How to Organize Your Comic Collection Using ComicRack

MakeUseOf: How to Organize Your Comic Collection Using ComicRack . “ComicRack is a great app which lets you read digital comics. But it can also help you organize your comic collection. If you have a large selection of digital comics in the .cbr or .cbz formats, you can use ComicRack to browse, sort, and display your comics in one neat library. Here’s how to organize your comic collection using ComicRack.”

Popsugar: This Bookmarking Tool Completely Changed the Way I Browse Online

Popsugar: This Bookmarking Tool Completely Changed the Way I Browse Online. “I never used to bookmark anything online. I was someone who just kept way too many tabs open at one time. That is, until a friend of mine showed me this amazing ‘better than bookmarking’ tool called Toby. It’s completely free for individual use, and I now have it set as my front page so that every time I open up my browser, I can see everything I’ve saved organized into neat little categories. It is a complete game changer.”

MakeUseOf: How to Back Up and Export Chrome Bookmarks in 5 Easy Steps

MakeUseOf: How to Back Up and Export Chrome Bookmarks in 5 Easy Steps . “You save Chrome bookmarks like the little odds and ends buried in a shoebox. The links are meant to be visited often or later. Each of these links can be a precious corner of the web for you. That’s why it’s important to export Chrome bookmarks and keep them backed up always. Mishaps happen. Fortunately, Chrome lets you save bookmarks in a single HTML file and also sync them automatically across devices.”

Gizmodo: How to Schedule Your Messages, Emails, and Tweets to Go at Any Time

Gizmodo: How to Schedule Your Messages, Emails, and Tweets to Go at Any Time. “Thanks to the internet and all the apps and services that run on top of it, we can now ping someone on the other side of the world instantly—but that person doesn’t necessarily want to hear from you in the middle of the night. The same goes for social media sharing, because the time when inspiration strikes may not be the best time for sharing. Enter the magic of scheduling: Scheduling emails, instant messages, texts, and social media posts.”

PC World: Who owns that shady website? These tools provide the details

PC World: Who owns that shady website? These tools provide the details. “Have you ever visited a website and wondered where that site and its owners are located? Shopping sites are particularly of interest, because most people want to know who the seller is and where the seller is located. Casual online browsers may also find themselves on sites that dump malware onto unsuspecting PCs, plant malicious pop-up ads, or phish for private information. Others may stumble upon sites that push conspiracy theories, hate rhetoric, or violence, which they may want to avoid or expose. Wouldn’t it be great if there were a service that revealed this information? Well, there is, and here’s how to use it.”