Are you using Dropbox, the free file-synchronization utility that won First Class Flyer last week? It was mentioned that Dropbox files in the ‘Public’ folder each have a link that you can share with the world. But did you know this can be used in many clever ways, including hosting your very own website? Simply […]
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Have you been browsing YouTube recently? If you have, you may have noticed a new design for the video player. There are actually two new designs. One is a very slight rearrangement of the controls and the other is a complete redesign. Do these look familiar? The new redesigned player doesn’t seem to be available […]
Are you using Google Buzz? Are you noticing something strange about the unread count? Right now, mine says 29. Great! Time to view what’s new here. One minute later, hey there’s 29 new updates again. Let’s view them. I don’t see anything new here… There appears to be a bug with Google Buzz currently that […]
Do you run multiple computers that require the same files? Having trouble using files you access from your home computer at work? Manually emailing everything to yourself or using a flash drive too much for you?
This is a comparison between Dropbox, Syncplicity, SugarSync, and LiveMesh. A newer comparison is available.
Do you own a website or blog? How fast does it load? Do you think that your site’s speed may be affecting the number of visitors you get? It just might. You may have been aware that Google has recently announced that a site’s performance will now be calculated into the Page Rank formula in […]
Many companies online take April 1st very seriously by launching new innovative products like Gmail. Or not. April 1st is April Fools Day and 2010 was no different. We always have the usual suspects pulling off pranks, especially Google, but its more than just Google having fun. Here is a list of my favorites from […]
Today is April 1st and you know what that means… That’s right, its Gmail‘s birthday! On April 1, 2004, Google launched a private invite-only beta of a new webmail service offering an astonishing 1 GB of free storage space. What did the competition have? A mere 2-4 MB. Gmail was Jupiter and the others were […]
On March 1, 2010 in an attempt to support efforts to bring Google’s fiber optic network to Topeka, Kansas, Mayor Bill Bunten issued a proclamation for the city to be named Google for the month of March, similar to an event in 1998 where the city was renamed to Topikachu in honor of the Pokémon […]