Canon PIXMA MP490 Inkjet Photo All-In-One Printer $49.95

I just came across a very nice printer deal. Amazon has the Canon PIXMA MP490 Inkjet Photo All-In-One Printer (3745B002) for $49.95 when you ordered from Amazon via Adorama. Canon makes some excellent printers and the PIXMA MP490 printer is an excellent choice at this price. Some of the features that make it an excellent [...]

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Firefox Picks of the Week 10-03-10 Tabs Edition

It’s been a while since I last posted on Firefox add-ons that some of you might have been convinced that I have switched to Google Chrome or even Safari with our recent 21.5” Apple iMac purchase. I am still a hardcore Firefox fan but I just have been keeping my Firefox running swift with a [...]

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Stream and Share Your Music Online With GrooveShark

I have become a huge of fan of Pandora both on desktop and my iPhone to listen to and discover to music. Since then I haven’t looked into any other service. I have heard great things about Spotify but  it isn’t yet available in the United States. I just came across another extremely promising music [...]

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Share And Review Documents Online With Crocodoc

You might recollect an excellent note taking service by a group MIT alumni – WebNotes. The same people now bring us another cool web service to help collaborate on documents online easily. What is Crocodoc? Sharing and reviewing documents and presentations with others can be quite a pain. Crocodoc was built to change that, alleviating [...]

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Stream Any Flash Video Site On Your TV With TVersity

TVersity Media Server Pro version 1.8 now supports playing any flash video site on your TV. TVersity is the versatile media server that lets us stream videos, music, pictures, etc from our computer to our TV wirelessly as long as you have a WiFi and streaming enabled device such as Sony Playstation 3, XBox 360, [...]

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Let Clicker Be Your Guide to Internet Television

More and more of us are starting to watch television shows and movies streamed via various websites such as Hulu, Netflix, Vimeo, YouTube, iTunes, Amazon Video on Demand and even Network TV websites such as CBS, ABC, etc. But, the TV shows and programs that are being streamed online are from disparate sources and it [...]

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Do You Have a Gist of Social Media?

Gist is a new web application in beta that looks to help you build stronger relationships. It connects your email inbox to the web and gives business-critical information about key people and companies. Gist lets you connect your contacts from your email (Gmail, Outlook), Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc and gives you valuable insights about them [...]

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Are You Screaming Please Rob Me With SN Updates?

A lot of Social Networks like FourSquare, Facebook, Twitter and more recently, Google Buzz, allow you to post your location along with your updates. Location aware social network updates are so useful in so many contexts. But, announcing where you are at any particular time also comes with a danger. You are telling the world [...]

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Social Networking for Gadget Heads – GDGT.com

Are you a gadget head? Gdgt.com (like gadget or g-d-g-t) is a social gadget platform site that connects you to the community through gadgets you own and want. If you are passionate about your gear, gdgt lets you create your own profile with all the gadgets you own. Then there is a community discussions around [...]

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Quick Tip: Add Facebook Updates Next to Gmail Buzz

Google Buzz has been keeping me stay inside my Gmail Inbox a lot more than I usually do. With this new Google Chrome extension, it appears I am about to stay a lot longer! Google Facebook Integration Google Chrome extension adds Facebook right below Google Buzz link inside Gmail. With this Facebook integration inside Gmail, [...]

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Failed SATA Drive? Replace With A SSD Instead

Are you upgrading your computer’s hard drive becuase it failed or because you want to increase capacity? Before you go looking for a SATA hard drive, look at a great new option that is becoming common place in newer computers – Solid-State Drives aka SSD Drives. Solid State Drives are more durable than the mechanical [...]

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Getting Started With HTML & CSS Using Firebug

HTML & CSS are the the building blocks of websites on the Internet. If you want to get started with learning HTML and CSS, a book like Head First HTML with CSS & XHTML will get you to a flying start really quickly. My wife and I both used the Head First book to build [...]

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Gory Details Of Recent Google Hack

Wired has just published an amazing article detailing a gory report on how Google and other unlisted major companies were hacked. I just finished an audiobook called The Scarecrow via Audible and it was a good fiction. But, this Wired article is so much more real and in some ways insane if you think about [...]

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Write Posts On the Go With WordPress for Android

Are you a WordPress blogger with an Android phone like the Motorola Droid, Nexus One or other popular Android powered phones? You can blog on the go with WordPress app for Android. WordPress has released version 1.0 of the WordPress app for Android. I am huge fan of the WordPress app for iPhone and the [...]

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Google Chrome Gets Greasemonkey Scripts

Update: Make sure you check out the new Super Google Reader Chrome extension. I have been a huge fan of Firefox and write regularly on that topic here. But, I have to admit that Google Chrome has been sneaking slowly into my workflow anytime I needed a second browser. Google Chrome is super fast to [...]

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