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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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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 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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Evite rolls out an updated interface

Evite rolls out an updated interface

I noticed that evite has updated their interface while I was sending out an evite this afternoon for our weekly volleyball game. I like it that they are constantly updating their site and not resting on their laurels. Here are my first impressions on the new updates. What have they done? The interface now sports […]

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openSUSE 11.0 Released – Linux Users Rejoice

Open Source movement is seeing a lot of excitement this week. Hot on the heels of the much anticipated  release of Firefox 3, openSUSE has released their shiny new version openSUSE 11.0 today. openSUSE 11.0 is in the wild now with almost 200 new features specific to openSUSE, an awesome new installer, a faster package […]

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Breaking news: WordPress 2.2 ‘Getz’ is here

Just noticed in my Dashboard that WordPress 2.2 is out! If you are running WordPress for your blog, go ahead and download it here. Some of the new features in this release are: WordPress Widgets (integrated in WordPress code) Blogger importer (I see a massive Blogger to WordPress conversion) Infinite Comment Stream Atom Support (including […]

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WordPress 2.5 is here!

I have been really looking forward to WordPress 2.5 and is here now. I will be writing up a review of the new features this week but if you are already curious, Matt Mullenweg has written a great write up about WordPress 2.5 new features here. One of the big changes is the new WordPress […]

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Firefox 3 Beta 4 Portable – Run with Firefox 2

Firefox 3 beta 4 was released recently and some of you voiced that you’d rather wait until Firefox 3 was released as a stable version. I am going to tempt you again to try it. There is a portable version of Firefox 3 Beta 4 now available for download that you can try risk-free along […]

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Flickr Uploads and Batch Edits Gets Better

Flickr Uploads and Batch Edits Gets Better

It feels like it has been a while since Flickr has been in the news. Yet, it is one of my favorite applications partly because of my interest in photography. Some day I want to dig deeper into it but right now I am content with enjoying others’ fine pictures. Uploader Upgrade Flickr used to […]

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Firefox 3: User Interface Enhancements

Firefox 3: User Interface Enhancements

Alex Faaborg at Mozilla Labs has posted about the new user interface features in development for Firefox 3. The article  discusses the below features with screenshot mockups but since you are here to read about it, here is my take on it. Here is a quick look at features to be watched: Places: Bookmarking, tagging […]

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Get a GrandCentral Number Now

I love the GrandCentral idea and have been kind of waiting to see what kind of integration Google is going to bring to the table after they acquired them. After a long wait, we are starting to see some activity in this front. GrandCentral has been in private beta and new account sign-ups were only […]

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Google Chrome – New Kid in the Browser Block

Google Chrome – New Kid in the Browser Block

After years of Google working on it’s own browser, Google has released it today. Let’s welcome Google Chrome. If you subscribe to a few tech blogs, I am sure you are going to be inundated, even feel sick with news about Google Chrome. So, I am going to keep this brief and just show a […]

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Google gobbles Feedburner for $100M

Google gobbles Feedburner for $100M

I read rumors about the possible acquisition of FeedBurner by Google this week and now TechCrunch is announcing that they have confirmed this deal. It looks like Google is finishing up the DoubleClick acquisition before announcing their next acquisition. For those of you wondering who FeedBurner is, they provide a service which used by a […]

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Remember the Milk Shines and Goes Offline

Remember the Milk Shines and Goes Offline

Remember the Remember the Milk (RTM) task management application I use and absolutely in love with? It is a free online task management application that is so simple to use and is very capable. Folks at RTM have totally redesigned their home page and it is very functional and slick. Plus, you might have heard […]

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Sorting Added to Remember the Milk

Sorting Added to Remember the Milk

One of the features I missed in Remember the Milk (RTM) has been added. Remember the Milk (RTM) is a very cool and efficient online task manager. I have a love for GTD (Getting Things Done) tools and RTM is my favorite. Now, you can sort your tasks in RTM by Priority Task Name Due […]

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