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How to Backup and Save Your Delicious Bookmarks?

One of my favorite bookmarking service, Delicous, is shutting down thanks to Yahoo neglecting it and finally ditching it. We had a bit of a good news with Xmarks staying alive but Delicious is going away. I have a ton of bookmarks saved for a few years in delicious and started looking around for ways […]

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Which DNS Service Should You Use?

Which DNS Service Should You Use?

Google recently introduced Google Public DNS service. Last week, I wrote about what Google Public DNS actually means to you. If you are not aware of what it is I recommend reading that post before reading this further. With a couple of different options with DNS Servers now between your ISP’s default DNS server, the […]

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Quick Tip: Save Google Reader Stories as PDF Documents

Quick Tip: Save Google Reader Stories as PDF Documents

Google Reader just introduced a few useful features. They have made it easier to share Google Reader stories in your social mediat sites like Facebook, Twitter, Delicious, StumbleUpon, etc. You can turn this on by going to Google Reader Settings page and selecting the services you want to use. They also added a very useful […]

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iTunes-Like Syncing for the Rest of Us

If you use a iPod or an iPhone, you are probably used to using iTunes to easily sync you music and media to your device. But, if you are using one of the hundreds of other devices out there and want a simple syncing solution to share your media between computers and multiple devices, DazzBoard […]

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Firefox 3.6.4 Protects Against Flash Crash

It is so annoying to have your Firefox browser crash because a plugin like Adobe Flash, Apple QuickTime or Microsoft Silverlight crashed. The new version of Firefox 3.6.4 (beta now available for download) protects your browser from crashing because a page with Flash, QuickTime or Silverlight malfunctioned. The webpage and Firefox will continue to run […]

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Convert Your Ubuntu Linux to a Mac With Macbuntu

As a fan of technology, I am not tied to any particular OS. I use Windows XP on my work laptop, Ubuntu Linux 10.04 on my work desktop, run Windows 7 on my home desktop and Mac OS X on my 21.5” Apple iMac. I like to try the best of breed apps in all […]

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Firefox Tip: Use Search Box as a Searchable Multi-item Clipboard

I love Lifehacker and the community around it. Here is an awesome Firefox tip for those who are still loyal to this amazing browser. This tip is one of those that has been right under our nose but it took a genius to point it out. As you know, the Firefox search box remembers your […]

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Get Local Traffic Alerts via SMS With Nixle

We were traveling to Detroit on I-96 E this past weekend and was turned back around due to an accident resulting in the closure of the Interstate. There wasn’t anything on the radio and we could have avoided the trip had we known about the accident. And so can hundreds of motorists everyday. What if […]

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How to Get a Free US Spotify Invite Code?

Spotify just launched in the US this morning. Those who have tried Spotify know it’s like a magical version of iTunes in which you’ve already bought every song in the world. – Wired If you didn’t know or haven’t heard about Spotify, that should explain what the service is all about. Spotify so far has […]

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Sony PlayStation Network Users Get Free Identity Theft Protection

If you have a Sony Playstation network account, you probably have heard of the massive attack on Sony’s PlayStation network. This led to hackers walking away with user account data possibly including personal information like credit card numbers.  Sony has in turn arranged for one year of free identity theft protection for PlayStation Network users […]

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Excellent Free Virtual Machine Software – VirtualBox

If you are looking for a free virtual machine software to run Windows inside Mac OS X Windows inside Linux Linux inside Windows, etc. you have to checkout VirtualBox. I have been a long time Windows and Linux user for a long time and following our love for our iPhones, we just bought our first […]

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How to Manually Update Chrome Extensions?

Google Chrome is fantastic when it comes to updating chrome extensions automatically. But, there is an extension that has gotten a nice update you read about but your Chrome browser has not updated it yet. Instead of waiting for Google Chrome’s scheduled update to kick off, you can update it manually. Here’s how: Type in […]

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Quick Gmail Tip: Recover Password via SMS

Quick Gmail Tip: Recover Password via SMS

You’d hardly forget your main Gmail account password. But, if you had multiple Gmail accounts for various passwords, it might be hard to remember them all especially when you set different passwords for them. Also, forgetting passwords is easy when you have just changed your password to something really secure and you don’t login to […]

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How to Setup Your Magicjack Voicemail?

Congratulations on buying the most cost-effective voip home phone service that is Magicjack. We switched to Magicjack years back and have never looked back. It is in fact fabulous to pay just $20/year for a home phone line and save hundreds of dollars in phone bills. One of the first things to do with your […]

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Deauthorize Audible Account – A Detailed How to

Audible is one of the best audiobook subcription service out there. Period. One of the most attractive features is that it works so well with iTunes. However, if you are trying to add a new device or remove, or move your iTunes to a new computer you just bought deauthorize Audible account could be sheer […]

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