Getting pinned down in IE9.

Have you tried IE9 yet? The new version of the Microsoft browser is available to Windows Vista and Windows 7 users, and if you have the opportunity to try it – and its new Pinned Sites and Jump Lists features – you also have the option of accessing in a different way!

Pinned Sites are those sites you choose to ‘pin’ or link from the Windows task bar. Open IE9 and go to Then drag the icon from URL in the browser (or from the browser tab) onto the task bar at the bottom of the screen. The blue ‘A’ icon will appear, and that will be your direct route to from Windows Vista or Windows 7.

Customize further: Right-click the A icon and choose from your favorite pages within to show in the Jump List. That way, you can go straight to any page you find valuable, whether it’s your profile, Watchlist, settings, Today’s Highlights,¬†and more.

Tried the feature? Let us know what you think!

Presenting: the Widget Gallery

Widget Gallery

Ahem! Announcement! Attention, please!

Now you can proudly display your favorite questions and answers by topic on your blog, website, desktop, Facebook, personal homepage and more.

Generate your own and WikiAnswers widgets to embed in your favorite platforms with the brand new Widget Gallery.

Personalize your widgets to display:

Word of the Day | Wine Word of the Day | Today in History | Technology Q&A | Environment Q&A | Health Q&A | Law Q&A | Sports Q&A | Travel Q&A… and more.

Are you a tech blogger? Display updated technology Q&A on your blog’s sidebar. Sports fans can get the latest sports questions delivered straight to their personal homepage. The nutrition-conscious can feed their Facebook with healthy-diet Q&A.

Widgets can be customized to appear on:

Blogger | WordPress | Facebook | iGoogle | Netvibes | Yahoo | Apple Dashboard | Vista | RSS | Windows Live… and more.

See the full Widget Gallery.