Web Worker Tips and Tricks: A Blast from the Past

After recently accidentally stumbling across a good, though older, post here by Leo Babuta on boosting Gmail efficiency, it struck me that some readers may never have seen some of the tips on popular web worker applications that this blog has run. Some of these have drawn a lot of really useful input from readers, and are worth revisiting. In this post, I’ll round up several to look into. Hopefully, they can help you work more efficiently.

How to Crank Through Your Gmail. Here’s that older post from Leo. Check out the more than 60 comments from readers.

12 Ways to Use Facebook Professionally. Wow, nearly 900 Diggs here, and over 140 comments. Humbling.

7 Tips to Get the Most Out of MS Word. If you write in Word all day, this will save you time and hassle.

Ultimate Guide to Wi-Fi. This covers setting up a wireless network, securing it, and more.

10 Free Online Tutorials. Here, you can find tutorials on CSS, JavaScript, MS Office productivity applications, Photoshop, and more.

Master Your Information Manifesto. How to avoid information overload. Who doesn’t need this?

8 Tips to Make the Most of MS Outlook. Hey, some of us are forced to use it.

How to Annoy People Using Instant Messaging. The title is tongue-in-cheek. It’s actually about how not annoy people.

17 Ways to Get the Most Out of GoogleTalk. You’ll find good tips here on adding e-mail contacts to chat, and more.

There are many more good tips post on this site than I’ve listed here. Hopefully one of these blasts from the past will be useful to you.

Do you know of any good tips collections?