Remember the Milk integrates with Twitter

I use Remember the Milk (RTM) everyday and I have given my brain a break from trying to remember the long list of stuff that I try to do everyday at work and home. I have said it before and I’ll say it again, it is one of the best online task managers around. I [...]

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Get a GrandCentral invite at ShanKri-la

Get a GrandCentral invite at ShanKri-la

We have talked about GrandCentral here and it’s recent acquisition by Google here. However, if  you had tried to get ‘one number for life’ you would have been turned away by the private beta message. I have 10 invites to GrandCentral with me and I would like to give it to the first 10 commenters [...]

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Firefox Extensions: Picks of the week July 9 2007

I try to share useful Firefox extensions that I find now and then with my readers here. My Top Firefox Extensions page has some very useful extensions but I need to update it with some of the new extensions I have started using. Secure Login: If you use Firefox’s built-in password manager, this extension will [...]

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Guest Blogging at Blog About Your Blog

Blog About Your Blog (BAYB) is a project where quality bloggers from around the world come together and blog about their interests. The result is a blog with an excellent community around it with great content flowing in every day. I have been a BAYB reader ever since I heard about this blog. My first attempt [...]

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Get Free Wi-Fi if you have AT&T DSL

If you are a AT&T DSL subscriber like me with a 3 mbps or higher speed connection, you can get free wi-fi access to over 10,000 hotspots in US. For lower speed subscribers it costs $1.99 for unlimited access which isn’t bad if you travel a lot. This is especially good news for people who [...]

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Google makes FeedBurner PRO free

More news about Google. If you use FeedBurner, you’d know that Google acquired them and here is a positive fallout from that acquisition. If you have been paying for FeedBurner PRO, you won’t be billed for June 2007 and after. For everyone else, it is free and you can activate the FeedBurner Stats PRO right [...]

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Blog Contest and Link Love from Blog-Op

Chris from Blog-op has been a supporter and reader of ShanKri-la since its inception and has become a good friend of mine! I am an avid reader of his blog and part of the community there. You are absolutely certain to come away with something valuable from his blog and get to meet some new [...]

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Google arrives at GrandCentral

Google arrives at GrandCentral

Google has acquired GrandCentral, the ‘one number for life’ service that we have featured here before. GrandCentral (in beta but aren’t they all?) is an innovative web-based voice communications service that promises one single number for life and gives you the ability to manage all your phones from one single web interface. I have gotten [...]

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Windows Live Writer – Portable version

Windows Live Writer – Portable version

I have been using Windows Live Writer for my blogging ever since I heard good things about it from a few fellow bloggers. I have to admit, Microsoft has done stuff mostly right with this product. I do have a few gripes but nothing major. I use my USB drive a lot and I have [...]

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Get Spock invites here

Get Spock invites here

spock, web application

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Friday Fun: Dramatic Chipmunk Video

Attention span of a web surfer is very very very less. Especially when it comes to video! Proof? This wildly popular video.. [youtube a1Y73sPHKxw] The music that goes with it is priceless!

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Top iPhone Resource blog launches along with iPhone

Top iPhone Resource blog launches along with iPhone

Without a doubt, one of the most exciting moments in the gadget world is today’s Apple iPhone launch. Scores of people across the United States are already in line for the official launch today at 6:00 PM. I have written my thoughts about iPhone here a few weeks back. But, I am closely following the happenings around [...]

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Google Docs gets a facelift – GMail to follow?

Google Docs gets a facelift – GMail to follow?

Google Docs & Spreadsheets have gotten a nice facelift. Docs is Google’s alternative to Microsoft Word and Spreadsheets for Excel and they are both web applications but with the slick interface you’ll hardly feel so.  Google has believed that tags and search combined should satisfy Docs & Spreadsheets users after its wild popularity in GMail. [...]

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Online Password Manager – Clipperz

Online Password Manager – Clipperz

Here is my promised review of the online password manager I started using last week – Clipperz. I had originally come across Clipperz in a post at Daily Cup of Tech where Tim asked his readers if they would use an online password manager. If you’d like you can see my reply in the comments [...]

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Advertise your site for free – Adgridwork

Advertise your site for free – Adgridwork

I think this is an excellent idea to advertise your blog for free. It is a mix of banner exchange and contextual ad programs. You join this network and your blog is shown in the network based on your context, for free. All you have to do is to display the ad banner in your blog and [...]

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