Technology

Gmail goes offline

Gmail goes offline
What do Microsoft Outlook, Mozilla Thunderbird have that Gmail doesn't? The ability to read and write your email offline while on a flight! Not anymore... perhaps. Google for all its strength has wised up to the fact that business users NEED to be able to have their email with them when they travel to the desert of Bahariya (which I…

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Too many Twitter friends?

Too many Twitter friends?
If you're a twitter-maniac and are following hundreds or thousands of Internet users - aside from the fact you're quite crazy, you might want to streamline which tweets are prioritized over others. I can't imagine having a tweet come in every minute or so and mess up your timeline. Enter twitTangle which has the tagline of "untangling the mess of…

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My first time… getting a gravatar

My first time… getting a gravatar
I've been commenting on blogs for awhile now and wondered how these people just seem to have their pictures pop-up everywhere. Surely they can't have uploaded their pictures onto every person's blog, right? Duh, stupid question! Anyhow, the answer is really simple - get a GRAVATAR. That stands for GLOBALLY-RECOGNIZED-AVATARS. WOW... what a great idea. So here I am traipsing…

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Google+YouTube and contextual ads gone wrong

Google+YouTube and contextual ads gone wrong
For those who don't know, contextual ads are targeted advertisements that are displayed on a webpage based on what the content is. For instance, you may be looking at a page about the latest cameras and all of a sudden, Google serves you an ad for guess what... the new Canon 5D MKII camera! Well, it doesn't always work... I…

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