Tips for generating Fake Facebook Status

You have probably seen funny Facebook status messages with celebrities names or famous people.  Yet, many of these are fake and you can have your own fake Facebook status messages too.


One of my favorites is the Wall Machine, a online fake facebook generator let you create fake facebook status messages and it allows you to customize the photos, time, and comments. It requires to authenticate with your Facebook account.

Another service is called Fakebook Quotes, a service that doesn’t require login and it converts simple chat conversations into fake facebook status messages. The service has few limitations which are blurred photos with censored last names.

Keeping the things you done with iDoneThis

iDoneThis keeps a calendar of your completed tasks. Everyday, iDoneThis email you with “What’d you get done today?” and you just create the new entry of things you have done by simply replying the email. You can set the time zone and time you want to receive the email from iDoneThis. You can see the things you have done in the past in the iDoneThis calendar.

Zootool – Another Social Bookmarking

Zootool is another online bookmarking tools with social features. You can boomark the links, images, videos as private or public. Zootool automatically grabs snapshot of the url that you shared. You can create the packs in Zootool to organize your bookmarks simply by its drag and drop feature.


Create Collage Photos with Loupe

Loupe is an online photo collage tool that let you to import photos from your Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Tumblr accounts and make collage photo for you with simple steps. First step is to import photos from your social networking accounts like Facebook and choose the photos from each album.

Second step is to select the shape you want to make collage photos. Loupe lets you to add and remove photos and also allow you to move individual photo. Once you have done, you can share to Faceobok with the link loupe created for you.

How to prevent Chrome from downloading index files

I have been using Chrome as default browser for a while apart from using Firefox for web development. One thing I noticed is that Chrome downloads index files instead of displaying the page in some websites. There is a discussion on Chorme help forum shows that the problem is caused by Internet Download Manager (IDM). The solution is to opt-out the Chrome from Advanced browser integration under General tab in IDM Options. Just click Downloads->Options and under General tab, opt-out the Google Chrome. See the snapshot below.  I hope this help you too.


How to use Google Web Fonts

It is really considered to be painful when it comes to design the website with the custom type faces. Web designers and developers are limited to use web safe fonts when specifying the type faces to make the site support in all OS platforms. Thanks to the modern web browsers, you can now use and embed the custom type faces in your website. There are many web font services out there that allow you to embed both commercial and free fonts. I’m going to cover Google web fonts in this post.

Google Web fonts

Google web fonts is a free service from Google that allows you to embed the fonts which are available in Google web fonts. To use google web fonts, please follow the steps.

Step 1

go to and click “start choosing fonts”.

Step 2

There are number of free fonts available in Google web fonts. You can filter by type faces, thickness, slant and width if you want. Select the fonts by clicking add to collection button. After you select the fonts, you can now click ‘use’. Using of too many font faces can slow down your site loading. Please use it wisely.

Step 3

Select the html link tag code that you found in next page and insert the code before head tag element. In order to use the font, you must have to apply the font family in your css file.

Sample HTML



<title>Google Web Font testing</title>

<link href='|Asap' rel='stylesheet' type='text/css'>
<style type="text/css">
h1 {
font-family: 'Condiment', cursive, serif;

<h1>This is the Title - Condiment</h1>