BuddyPress Get WordPress Single Install Friendly

BuddyPress is another awesome open source forum project that works great with WordPress MU. BuddyPress reached version 1.0 last year but it was friendly only with the multi-use version of WordPress – WordPress MU. Those with single installations of WordPress, like myself, were unable to use BuddyPress with the same ease as WPMU users. With […]

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Start your browsing with HomepageStartup

Start your browsing with HomepageStartup

Going to bookmarks to start browsing is so old. If you are a little savvy with your browser, you might have set up multiple pages to open as your home pages. (if not ask me how in the comments) If you use Opera for your browser, you will be all too familiar with the Speed […]

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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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TweetDeck Goes Supersonic With a New Update

Ok that might be a little bit of exaggeration but the new version of TweetDeck really has gotten an awesome speed boost. Twitter introduced User Streams API earlier that allowed for instant delivery of tweets. The older API allowed for the clients tto check for new tweets every few minutes. TweetDeck launched a new version […]

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Free Online Screen Recorder – ScreenToaster

Sharing screencasts are the in-thing now. Screencats make sharing information visually that much more powerful. It can come in handy for many situations.And this is especially true for bloggers doing short video or tutorial. ScreenToaster is an online screen recording tool that doesn’t need anything installed in your computer. Yes, that’s the beauty of it. […]

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Don’t Just Check Weather, See History Too

Living in Michigan, checking weather has become second nature to me as it changes so often here. Last week it was below freezing and today it’s going to hit 60F. I usually check Weather Underground or Weather.com to get my update. I also have the Weather Channel iPhone app to check it on the go. […]

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WordPress 2.6 is here!

Hot on the heels of the completely revamped WordPress 2.5 release, here comes WordPress 2.6 with even more new features. I was kind of surprised to see another major release so soon but the features it brings are very cool and I will be upgrading my WordPress sites to 2.6 soon. Let’s take a look […]

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iDrive Free $10 iTunes Gift Card Offer (Smartphone needed)

iDrive is a file backup service just like Dropbox. I have heard about this service before but haven’t tried it until now. iDrive is running a promotion where you can get a free $10 iTunes gift card just for signing up and trying their service. You need to have a iPhone (or any smartphone) and […]

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5 Great Ways to Use Google Alerts

5 Great Ways to Use Google Alerts

Google Alerts in an excellent service by Google that is not often talked about like GMail or Google Reader. It has to be one of the hidden treasures in Google’s suite of web applications. Google Alert is a simple service where you get an email alert for any search term you specify. You can choose […]

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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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Top Greasemonkey Scripts for New Gmail 2.0

Gmail has been seeing some excellent improvements lately with color coded labels, improved Ghat features, improved performance, etc. We can say some of these new features were actually been driven by the community through Greasemonkey (?) scripts to improve Gmail functionality. Gmail team is smart enough to recognize some of these scripts and actually integrate […]

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Gmail Keeps Getting Better – Multiple Inboxes & Merge Duplicate Contacts

Gmail Keeps Getting Better – Multiple Inboxes & Merge Duplicate Contacts

Once you have enabled Multiple Inboxes, go to Settings Tab to find ‘Multiple Inbioxes’ tab. Now you can enter different labels or filters to open in different pane.

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Firefox Extensions: Picks of the week June 20 2007

Firefox Extensions: Picks of the week June 20 2007

This is the second in my series of weekly Firefox Extensions – Picks of the week. To reiterate, I maintain the Top Firefox Extensions as a point of reference for anyone looking for great and useful extensions. But, there are extensions that might be useful for a specific purpose to our readers and may not […]

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Latest Android Smartphone – HTC Sensation 4G

HTC has been cranking out best selling Android Smartphones. The most recent release in the HTC lineup is the HTC Sensation 4G. HTC Sensation 4G  is powerhouse in terms of hardware specs. It sports a 1.2 GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor running the latest Android Gingerbread software. The 4G actually works at 4G speed on […]

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Firefox 2.0 – Get it now!

A lot of discussion is going on in the nether world about the browser war!! IE 7 has been available for download for a few days now. And Firefox 2.0 has just been released into the wild!! Actually, I read about a mistake by the Mozilla foundation by mistakenly making the new download page public […]

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