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  • Customize up to 20 links on your own cheatsheet
  • Customize background colors, font, text size and more
  • Search Google, Amazon,, and the Whois Database
  • Track FedEx and UPS packages from the cheatsheet
  • Headlines from world news sources like CNN, BBC, and the New York Times. Provided by Moreover
  • Local weather forcast via
  • Links to 20 popular web-based tools, 12 links to news sites, and links to 20 frequently trafficked blogs

Welcome UK Telegraph readers!

Welcome TechTV viewers
and fellow Lockergnomes!

If you like the Cheatsheet Creator,
Version 1.1

This is a dynamic cheatsheet creator. I made a static version of my own cheatsheet available on my personal site and called it version 1.0, so naturally this one is version 1.1. I have a bunch of new features planned for version 1.2 already and if you have any ideas or suggestions for future versions drop me an email. Sign up to be notified of new releases here.

I hate the 'add to favorites' and bookmark functions in the browser. Invariably, I will upgrade the browser and lose track of things in the shuffle or a third party 'helper' application will really screw things up. Maybe this has happened to you as well. So a long time ago, I started keeping a handmade html page as my browser home/start page. I thought that some of you might like to use this as your start page too, since it has been pretty handy for me.

The 'cheatsheet' is a pretty basic concept and mainly contains links that I use on a daily basis and search boxes for a few major websites. This version has top news headlines, local weather and now up to 20 links that you can customize. Anyway, it's time for you to make your own!

(Psst! If you like using Cheatsheet Creator you might enjoy what I work on every day, try Blogger.)