Posting to Tumblr from the Linux Desktop with OpenTumblr Client

If you’re looking to publish online, but want a platform that’s somewhere between Twitter and a fully-fledged blog, then you might want to check out Tumblr. With Tumblr, you post tumblelogs, short posts that can be text, video, or audio. The great thing about a tumblelog is that it’s simple to set up and use. […]

Support Techerator with Google’s +1

Google recently rolled out their +1 button for websites, which is their answer to Facebook’s near-ubiquitous Like button you see pretty much everywhere nowadays. By clicking the +1 button on websites you enjoy, you give them a “vote” in Google’s search engine listings. Due of the sheer popularity of Facebook and the Like button, sites […]

We’ve found a new home!

Over the weekend, we undertook a major site migration to a completely new web server. I’ll go into details on why we moved in a later post, but in short, we were having technical difficulties with our previous hosting provider and our site performance was suffering. That wasn’t acceptable, so we moved! Besides changing physical […]

Subscribe to Techerator with Email, RSS, and Social Networks

It can be tough to keep up with the constant flurry of information websites produce, especially on a daily basis. Subscribing to Techerator is free and one of the easiest ways to stay up-to-date with our newest tips, guides, and reviews. Here are some of the ways you can stay connected: Get Techerator sent to your […]

Happy Thanksgiving from Techerator!

To those of you reading Techerator from the United States: Happy Thanksgiving!  We decided to take a break from the tech today and instead tell you what our plans are for the holiday weekend.  Feel free to tell us your plans in the comments at the bottom of this post! Above all, we’re thankful for […]

Subscribe to Techerator with the Techerator Extension for Google Chrome

Here at Techerator, we know that our site wouldn’t be the success it is without all of our readers (Thank you!).  Since our launch in May 2009, we’ve made many improvements to the site for our readers.  Our most recent change was an entire redesign of Techerator. A big focus on the redesign was making […]

Welcome to Techerator v2! (Updated)

You may have noticed we’ve been a bit quiet lately – well, today we can finally divulge the big news.  For the past few weeks, we’ve been stealthily putting together the new version of Techerator which officially launched today! This new version is a complete visual redesign, but we’ve tried to preserve the overall layout […]

Happy New Year!

It’s officially 2010, Happy New Year! Today also marks Techerator’s 9 month anniversary, so I’d like to send a special thanks to everyone who has helped me with Techerator over the past 9 months, especially: Dustin Patterson – Co-founder and Editor Kevin Schulte – Editor Reis Pritchard – Contributor Jacob Keppeler – Contributor David Carman […]