SublimeVideo is a Delicious HTML5 Video Player

Originally posted 2010-04-28 12:00:00. Watching embedded videos and streaming videos were totally restricted to Adobe Flash based platforms on web browsers. But, change is in the air. HTML5, the newest version of the HTML language that powers the Internet, has brought native support for audio and video embedding without the need for browser plugins like [...]

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Which Apple iMac Should I Buy?

Which Apple iMac Should I Buy?

Originally posted 2010-01-02 17:38:29. That’s exactly the question my friend asked me last night. Apple just released a new round of iMacs recently refreshing their successful all-in-one desktop computer line. I have been considering purchasing an iMac for my wife some time soon and have been researching a little on the options. When my friend [...]

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H&R Block At Home 2009 Deluxe Tax Software $20 (Updated)

Originally posted 2010-04-04 13:00:00. It’s Tax season! Amazon has H&R Block At Home 2009  Tax Preparation Software (formerly TaxCut) in Deluxe and Premium versions as CD or Download for $19.99 & $18.99 respectively. Here are the links to the software CD version and the download version H&R Block At Home 2009 Deluxe Federal + State [...]

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Guide to managing your non-essential passwords

Guide to managing your non-essential passwords

Originally posted 2007-06-23 04:28:51. Most websites offering a web service require you to authenticate with an username and password. How many times in a week do you find yourself, scrambling to your email to find that registration email you received or hitting the ‘Forgot your password?’ link? As a good ShanKri-la reader would do, you [...]

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How to Install Google Chrome in Linux with Wine

How to Install Google Chrome in Linux with Wine

Originally posted 2008-09-04 19:37:38. A lot of Linux users and Mac users were left out with yesterday’s Google Chrome release. Chrome is Google’s own browser that packs a lot of technical advancements under the hood and is competing headlong with the heavyweights such as Firefox, Safari, etc. Now, even Linux users can now run Google [...]

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Google Chrome OS And Chrome Webstore

Originally posted 2010-12-08 13:00:00. Google announced Chrome OS a year back and they have finally come out with a version to get feedback from real users. So, Google is piloting a program where they are going to give selected users a Google Chrome OS tablet and get constant feedback from users. We’re starting with the [...]

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Trade-in Your Old Consoles and Get a $100 Amazon Credit

Originally posted 2011-01-28 13:00:00. Amazon is offering a Nintendo DSi trade-in and gives you Amazon gift cards in exchange and may be get the iPod Touch 4G you have been wanting to buy? You can also trade-in your old DSi & other console games for Amazon gift cards. For example, here are a few trade [...]

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Get CommentLuv And KeywordLuv For Your Comments

Originally posted 2008-05-06 10:16:39. I am a firm believer in showing love to my readers, bloggers and non-bloggers alike. I have been a ‘Do Follow‘ adopter from the very beginning of my blogging days. DoFollow For those unaware, WordPress makes comments a ‘nofollow’ link to make it unattractive to spammers. But, there has been a [...]

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ShanKri-la RSS subscribers – Please read

Originally posted 2007-09-07 17:45:25. First of, I would like to apologize to those who have been annoyed in the past 2 days by the partial posts in ShanKri-la feed. If you wondered if I have switched from full posts to partial posts, the answer is NO. I have no intention of forcing anyone to click [...]

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What is that Orange button? – RSS for everyone

What is that Orange button? – RSS for everyone

Originally posted 2007-04-25 01:57:25. The timing couldn’t have been perfect. Today, ShanKri-la’s subscribers as you can see is at 100! (definitely a big milestone for us) I know when I discovered what RSS does and started using it, I opened myself up to a whole new world in the internet. I religiously try to make [...]

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Get SnagIt & Camstasia Software for Free

Get SnagIt & Camstasia Software for Free

Originally posted 2007-11-30 08:05:46. The trend for a lot of software companies in this age of freeware is to release their old versions for free. This lets potential users TechSmith is doing just that with their award winning products SnagIt & Camtasia. SnagIt SnagIt is a Screen Capture and an Image Editing tool. It is [...]

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Toggle To Classic Facebook Photo Viewer With F5

Originally posted 2011-02-18 09:00:00. Facebook rolled out a new photo viewer a few weeks back. If for some reason, you wanted to view the pictures in the old view you can still do it with a simple trick. Just hit F5 (refresh) on your keyboard. Hat tip to Amit.

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How to Mute Ads on Spotify? [Windows]

If you are in the US, chances are you probably already scored a free Spotify invite by now. I am thoroughly enjoying Spotify in my desktops and have gotten a bunch of playlists setup to listen to at work and home.  I still haven’t upgraded to a premium plan yet since the ad-supported free plan [...]

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Firefox Tip: How to Reset Firefox Master Password?

Originally posted 2007-05-09 02:24:17. Mozilla Firefox’s Password saving feature is nice if used in moderation. I use this feature for all the zillion websites that require you to register but does not have our sensitive personal information. Even then, some level of protection is better than nothing when it comes to allowing your browser to [...]

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Get Around Blocked Websites with CyberGhost

One of the most popular posts here, for some reason, is how to get around blocked websites. I guess a lot of schools, colleges and workplaces block websites that people really want to get to. Whatever the reason maybe for the administrators to lock down their systems, they have to understand that it doesn’t stop [...]

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