In February, I told you about Free online storage and free software, pointing you to a website that you can register freely and save your data, and of another website that offers you software that is free only for 24 hours. I have one more addition to free online storage since then. MediaFire gives you unlimited storage space to which you an upload your files and share them too. Check it out! Next, I posted an article on Quickly searching online references using a browser add-on -1, which was an extension to an article previously published on December 30, describing how to search more references useful to translators such as Yahoo Progressive Dictionary, Microsoft Terminology, Chemical Substances Database, Science Terms, E-Words, and Searching Japanese Patents using Needlesearch, a Firefox browser add-on. You can of course, go to the links mentioned above and search each site individually too. Next, I told you how to about Finding place names in Japanese, in which I also mentioned about an add-on called OpenSearchFox that also helps you to quickly add websites to search for. The other articles this month were December Recap and January Recap, that summarized the posts in December and January. Until I set up a separate Categories section enabling you to search for relevant posts quickly, you can use the Recap posts that give you a quickly summary of what you will find in each post. Until the next post, I leave you with a quote by Indira Gandhi: There are two kinds of people, those who do the work and those who take the credit. Try to be in the first group; there is less competition there.