Archive for the 'News' Category

Google displays Yellow Ribbon: on their Homepage
Tuesday, May 26th, 2009

It was Memorial Day is a United States on the last Monday of May (May 25 in 2009). Memorial day is formerly known as Decoration Day, it commemorates U.S. men and women who died while in the military service. First enacted to honor Union soldiers of the American Civil War (it is celebrated near the [...]

Youtube Copyright Notice: on Muted Videos
Monday, May 25th, 2009

This is probably not new, but I recently noticed that on the bottom of this YouTube video showing how a 80×80×80 Rubik’s cube is solved, there’s a strong copyright notice. It reads: “Notice … This video contains an audio track that has not been authorized by WMG [Warner Music Group]. The audio has been disabled. [...]

Translate Gmail Inbox: with a click of a mouse
Sunday, May 24th, 2009

I am pretty sure this this will become your favorite Gmail feature that has been rolled out via Gmail Labs: automated message translation.
How to Enable Gmail Message Translation
If you wish to enable this cool new feature just head over to your Gmail Labs settings, and the next time you see a mail written in [...]

Tweets Cloud: by Salesforce
Monday, March 23rd, 2009

Salesforce.com has recently rolled out the Service Cloud, a customer service application that basically tries to capture the crowdsourced pools of knowledge floating across the internet from sites like Google, Facebook and Amazon, and then uses this information to better equip commercial customer service operations with useful knowledge.
The the good news is, Salesforce has [...]

Online Job Search: Using TinkOMatic
Monday, March 23rd, 2009

TinkOmatic is a new web service that allows deal-hunting consumers to search and track classifieds or auction sites for multiple items at once, all in one location. Tracking classifieds on Craigslist or deals on Ebay can be overwhelming and tedious to consumers and TinkOmatic is hoping to provide an easier way to view these listings.
The [...]

Share Medical History: using Google Health
Monday, March 23rd, 2009

After many steamy rumors, Google Health has finally decided to store our medical records in a secure way that is more accessible, easier to understand, and useful than traditional paper records.
Since the last announcement, we actually haven’t heard too much about the service, which isn’t particularly surprising given the sensitive nature of the information [...]

Share Video Playlist: Using Embedr
Sunday, March 22nd, 2009

Embedr is a very new service which is completely free that lets you build custom video playlists from a variety of online clip sources and gives you the opportunity to aggregate the entire playlist into a good-looking widget which you can easily share on your blog or website.
It’s an elegant solution for those times you [...]

Twitter Games: For your Brain
Sunday, March 22nd, 2009

If you are spending a lot of time in Twitter anyway, you might as well train your mind while you’re at it. Here are two simple games that make use of the microsharing service’s functionalities and keep your brains busy while tweeting:
TwitBrain
You can Follow @TwitBrain and get served calculations on a regular basis (like 3 [...]

Google Calendar Offline: Now Available
Sunday, March 22nd, 2009

Beginning of this year, Google released a cool offline version of Gmail based on Google Gears. Last month, Google has started to offer an offline version of Google Calendar to enterprise app customers. But today, The Google Calendar Offline has been rolled out to every account.
Once you click on the “Offline” link [...]

Micro Sharing Service: for Personal Recommendation
Saturday, March 21st, 2009

Likaholix is a brand new web portal that lets you share your personal and favorite recommendations about virtually anything with the world. The tool lets you build a list of things you like and recommend with the help of a pre-populated database of items (think books, movies, tv shows, products, etc.) readily available and put [...]