Frank from Web Talk (www.webtlk.com) was very kind to drop me an email about his review of The Download Munkey last week (yay!)
While I didn’t really have to write a recipriocal review of Web Talk in return, I did feel a need to recommend Web Talk since Frank and I share a similar love for sourcing and writing about interesting stuff on the web and a common belief in only writing about topics that we’re genuinely interested in as well as publishing only those articles that we write ourselves (which means no wholescale cut n’ paste from other sites ).
As the title implies, Web Talk focuses mainly on computers and the Internet. While I’m not a big fan of techie blogs primarily because I deal with enough technology and computers at work everyday, I do have a soft spot for collecting helpful tech tips and how-tos.
And that’s precisely where Web Talk shines as it hosts a large and rapidly-growing collection of concise and easy to understand articles on getting the most out of your computer, be it Windows XP or Vista, Firefox or even tricks for Youtube like searching for HD videos or converting YouTube videos for iPod or PSP.
For the readers who are neither Firefox users nor Youtube fanatics, here’s a trio of my personal favourites from Web Talk that you might also enjoy
- A feature on Animata for creating your own real-time animations
- Tools and tips on playing Flash games offline – for those times when you’re stuck with a laptop with no Internet and no entertainment
- A tutorial on getting your first WordPress-based blog online (!)
Readers who love computers and technology will be delighted to know that Web Talk is updated with original content daily (and usually multiple times per day )
Check out Web Talk.Tags: Recommended Software Technology YouTube