Internet Duct Tape is a blog about making technology work for you, instead of making you work for technology. It is written by a thirty-something geek and his friendly neighbourhood fat cat . IDT updates two to three times a week and once on the weekend with a “best of the net” summary every Saturday. You can catch the latest updates using RSS or using email .
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There is a sidebar on the right of every page that shows you the categories of the current article you are reading. As you click on each category it will show you sub-categories to help you further refine what you are look for.
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The footer of every page also has handy time-sensitive links like featured posts, most recent posts / comments / readers / incoming links, and the articles that are current popular amongst my readers.
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