RSS Full Feed Problem Fixed

RSS Full Feed Problem Fixed

I am glad to say that the RSS full feed woes are finally over for me. I hope I didn’t drive off too many readers with these problems. What went wrong? Although I would love to put my finger on it, the real cause is still eluding me. But, here is the sequence of steps [...]

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Mozilla’s Geode Brings GeoLocation to Firefox 3

With our recent iPhone 3g purchase, it has been awesome to use GPS based iPhone apps that can find your location and suggest things you are looking for around you. The variety of apps that make use of this feature is just mind boggling. I could look up movies, restaurants, stores, etc right from our [...]

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How to Get the New Gmail Minimal Look?

Google has just started rolling out the new minimal look for everyone? If you are like me and don’t see it yet, here is how you can enable it right now. Just go to Mail Settings Go to Themes tab Enable Preview or Preview (Dense) Other than the new minimal look, Google has also moved [...]

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Quick Tip: Access Google Tasks In Full Browser Window

Quick Tip: Access Google Tasks In Full Browser Window

Google Tasks has been a welcome addition for a lot of Gmail fans. Plus, Google Tasks has been made available from a variety of Google web apps like Google Calendar, etc. The only downside so far is that Google Tasks opens in a small window inside of Gmail or Google Calendar. Google Tasks can now [...]

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A Social Network to Share More of Your Life – Your Purchases

This concept may not sit well with everyone but it is interesting nonetheless. There is a social network for everything. You name it and there is a network for it.  Remember the site GDGT – a social networking site for gadgets where you can share, review gadgets you own and ones you want publicly? Blippy.com [...]

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Early Look at DocSyncer – Sync Your Docs with Google Docs

Google Docs & Spreadsheets have started to make me think different about I use and organize documents. I keep track of some of my spreadsheets online at Google Docs just because I can access it from anywhere with a browser and update it. I still missed at times when I found it easier to work [...]

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StumbleUpon Update: StumbleThru sites

StumbleUpon Update: StumbleThru sites

I was just talking about how StumbleUpon’s categories are broad in my last post. Now, this doesn’t address that particular topic, but definitely a plus as a feature. Even though the StumbleThru page is accessible right now, they haven’t formally announced this feature in the home page yet. What they have done is to provide [...]

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Dropbox Updated for Ubuntu 9.10

Dropbox Updated for Ubuntu 9.10

Ubuntu 9.10 dubbed Karmic Koala was recently released. One of the major features was the introduction of a file sync service from Ubuntu with 2GB free space. Dropbox has long offered support for Ubuntu Linux. And they have answered yet again by updating it for Ubuntu 9.10. If you’d like to try Dropbox or even [...]

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How to Check DNS Propagation Status?

Here is another useful tidbit when you are working on moving websites, changing DNS servers, etc. If you just made a change to your DNS entries and waiting for it to propagate, there is a surefire way of measuring progress instead of twiddling your thumbs or whatever it is that you do when waiting for [...]

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Awesome Photoshop Alternative – Pixelmator at 50% OFF [Mac OS X]

A lot of us don’t really need the bloat and bells and whistles of a full blown Photoshop installation. Pixelmator is a popular Mac OS X application that can perform most of the stuff you can do with Photoshop. Here are a few things you can do with Pixelmator Interface designed for work with images [...]

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Grand Central goes Mobile

We wrote about GrandCentral a while back and it has been one of our most popular articles as you might have noticed in the sidebar! If you haven’t read our earlier article, Grand Central is a free service that offers you one phone number for life!  Here is a glimpse of my post before you [...]

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Samsung Galaxy S II Launches with Impressive Specs

If you are tired of all the Verizon iPhone news over the past few weeks, there is some refreshing news for Android fans. Samsung has just released a sequel to their popular Galaxy smartphone and has named it Samsung Galaxy S II. I am not too crazy abou the naming but I think it makes [...]

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Total Lunar Eclipse on Winter Solstice Time Lapse Video

Early this morning was a rare astronomical event that visible from the US and other parts of the world. I leapt up from my around 1:30AM this morning to look out the window and all I saw was clouds. So, I went right back to bed. So, i figured I’d atleast watch this event as [...]

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Firefox Extensions: Picks of the Week 2008-12-03

Hope you had a good Thanksgiving holidays if you are in the US. We sure did. We had a great time with a bunch of friends and a lot of good food. Let’s look at a few Firefox extensions I came across since my last post. FireStatus: You can update your status messages in Twitter, [...]

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Windows 7 Release Candidate – Official Download Link

Windows 7 Release Candidate – Official Download Link

Microsoft Windows 7 has been creating a steady buzz with the release of beta. The Release Candidate has also been making the rounds in torrent trackers. Microsoft has made an official Windows 7 RC available for download. It looks like Microsoft took enough precautions to handle the load from a surge of beta downloaders wanting [...]

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