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19 Dic/09

Year-End To-do: Audit Your Email Account Security

Year-End To-do: Audit Your Email Account Security

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Two stories of online account break-ins this week: First, Twitter.com got redirected to an Iranian hacker page because attackers were able to get into the email account registered with their site DNS service. Second, savvy blogger Amit Agarwal’s Gmail and Google Apps accounts were taken over because the attacker got access to Amit’s secondary email address and sent a password change request there to get into the accounts....

11 Dic/09

Alerts Help You Stop Obsessively Checking Web Site Stats

Alerts Help You Stop Obsessively Checking Web Site Stats

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); One of the conditions I set for myself when I started this blog was that I would not, under any circumstances, spend too much time navel-gazing at web site traffic graphs. For a year now, I’ve been pretty successful–but I still want to know if some big spike or dip happens, and I don’t want to have to check by hand to see that. So, I’m pretty stoked about Google Analytics’ alerts feature....

10 Dic/09

Note Taker Turns Your iPhone into an Endless Notepad

Note Taker Turns Your iPhone into an Endless Notepad

VisiCalc creator Dan Bricklin–you know, the guy who invented the spreadsheet–has delved into mobile development and released his first iPhone/iPod touch application, Note Taker. Rather than use keyboard, in Note Taker you jot notes using the tip of your finger on your touchscreen as if it were a pen on an index card. (See my bad handwriting in Note Taker in the screenshot here.) Note Taker looks and sounds more awkward than it actually is: the application employs some nifty...


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9 Dic/09

Youtube And Vevo: What’s The Deal?

Youtube And Vevo: What’s The Deal?

Youtube has been one of the prime locations for music buffs around the world to view music videos and listen to music. Many record companies and individual artists use Youtube to promote their products. Users who have been searching for music that is distributed by the major record labels Universal Music Group, Sony Music and EMI might have already noticed that something has changed today. Songs by popular artists like Lady Gaga, the Beastie Boys or Michael Jackson show now up with a Vevo...

13 Nov/09

Youtube To Add 1080p HD Videos

Youtube To Add 1080p HD Videos

Youtube and other video portals on the Internet have come a long way since the beginning of the online video boom. What started with low resolutions has now grown over the year to keep pace with the high definition development in the TV, digital camcorder and media market. Youtube announced yesterday in the official Youtube blog that they would start serving 1080p HD videos from the coming week on at their popular video portal. The current maximum resolution for Youtube videos is 720p...

26 Ott/09

Better Flickr 0.4.1 Now Available

Better Flickr 0.4.1 Now Available

It took over a month (!), but Mozilla Add-ons has finally approved a long-delayed update to the Better Flickr Firefox extension. You can see more about what changed here; my favorite addition to this version is the Flic.kr Short URL script, which displays a short, Twitter-friendly URL on all Flickr photos for easy tweeting. (Forget Twitpic and those other photo-sharing services; Flickr is still where it’s at.) Download version 0.4.1 of Better Flickr at Mozilla Add-ons. Continua...

3 Ott/09

FOXNews.com Gadgets and Games Appearance

FOXNews.com Gadgets and Games Appearance

Thanks to FOXNews.com’s Clayton Morris for having me on his Gadgets and Games tech show today to talk Google Wave, Twitter geolocation and more. The hour-long episode is embedded in its entirety, after the jump. Continua a leggere – Original Link: FOXNews.com Gadgets and Games Appearance Technorati Tags: country, digital, facebook-user, games, iphone, people, podcast, Video, youtube

2 Ott/09

The Data Liberation Front

The Data Liberation Front

The Date Liberation Front is Google’s attempt at make it easier for users to import and export data out of Google products. Here are a few scenarios where it might make sense to export data from a Google product. Google users who run a Blogger blog realizing that they need to switch to a superior blogging platform or content management system, Gmail users who want to switch from the Gmail website to a desktop email client or Picasa Web Albums users who want to switch to another photo...

18 Set/09

Create Animated GIFs From YouTube Videos

Create Animated GIFs From YouTube Videos

Animated gifs are largely a thing of the past. They do not play an important role anymore in today’s web design but are still popular in forums and other message boards. GifSoup is an online service that is offering to convert a Youtube video into an animated gif. All it takes is to paste a Youtube video url in the form at the website. The service will then automatically download the Youtube video. A preview of the video with the option to select a starting and end time for the animated...

26 Ago/09

Free Youtube Utility

Free Youtube Utility

The Free Youtube Utility combines several different modules to search, download, convert and manage Youtube videos in one interface. The software program is compatible with all latest versions of Microsoft Windows including the soon to be released Windows 7. The Youtube search works independtly from installed web browsers. It will process the first five Youtube results pages by default. This setting can be changed to a maximum of ten processed results pages. Videos are then displayed...

21 Ago/09

Youtube Insight: Find Out Who Is Embedding Your Youtube Videos

Youtube Insight: Find Out Who Is Embedding Your Youtube Videos

Youtube Insight is a function of Youtube that displays video statistics to video uploaders on the Youtube website. It is practically a basic traffic analyzer that is displaying views, demographics and community responses to the uploaded videos. It is furthermore possible to access in depth stats of individual videos by clicking on one of the videos by clicking on an uploaded video in the main interface of Youtube Insight. This will open up a submenu with statistics about the selected video...

6 Ago/09

The Pushbutton Web Now in Google Reader

The Pushbutton Web Now in Google Reader

There’s no doubt in my mind that Anil Dash has a crystal ball stowed away somewhere at his place back in NYC. While his piece on the Pushbutton web almost two weeks ago was inspiring in concept, it’s exhilarating to see it come to fruition. (Seriously, if you haven’t read his piece, GO THERE NOW: The Pushbutton Web: Realtime Becomes Real. I’ll wait.) Back? With me? Good. Tonight, Googler Mihai Parparita announces that Google Reader now sends realtime updates to...

27 Lug/09

Enforced Dancing Boosts Morale and Shortens Meetings

Enforced Dancing Boosts Morale and Shortens Meetings

Writer Dominic Ali came up with an unusual way to make office meetings more bearable–one that would make Ellen proud. In the comments of my recent post about meetings, Ali says: At my previous job, I once took on a temporary acting communications director role. All of a sudden, I had eight people reporting to me. To keep impromptu meetings short, I instituted Dance Meetings. By playing some funk at low levels through my computer speakers, I’d encourage my colleagues to dance....

15 Lug/09

Official Google Voice App Now on Android (and BlackBerry)

Official Google Voice App Now on Android (and BlackBerry)

For an solution built by an independent developer without an API, GV did a great job of putting Google Voice on Android. But today GOOG finally got around to releasing their official Google Voice app, and it includes a few more features than GV, even if it’s not totally polished yet. I’m still getting my feet wet with the new app, and GV developer Evan Charlton is still deciding on his application’s fate. But all indicators point to the official app becoming my main...

7 Lug/09

In Plain English

In Plain English

If you have to explain a concept to someone you better make sure to match their proficiency level so that they actually understand what you are talking about. If you work in tech support you usually talk to users all the time who have little to no knowledge at all about technology. They might get confused if you throw words like web browser, email client or operating system at them. In Plain English is a video series on Youtube and the common craft website that explains concepts in plain...

1 Lug/09

Gmail Label Improvements Reduce Need for Folders (and Sub-folders)

Gmail Label Improvements Reduce Need for Folders (and Sub-folders)

Google’s rolling out some improvements to Gmail labels today, including drag-and-drop labeling, smart hiding of labels you use less often, and a location promotion to right below your inbox. Gmail product manager Todd Jackson told me that about 29% of users actually try out labels in Gmail at all, and these tweaks aim to increase that number. Label Placement Folder-loving users will now find labels right underneath their Inbox, Starred, Sent Mail, and Drafts items, where folders...

29 Giu/09

Better GReader’s Inline Preview Back in Action

Better GReader’s Inline Preview Back in Action

Uploaded a new version of the Better GReader Firefox extension late last week, with a long overdue bug fix on one of its most useful features: inline article preview. While you’re using Google Reader to peruse your feeds, with Inline Preview (click) enabled, you can click the article headline to load it within the Google Reader frame, no new tab required. This is especially useful for news articles that don’t include the full text inside their feed items. Thanks to scripter...

13 Giu/09

Google Wave Questions and Answers

Google Wave Questions and Answers

After whinging loudly about not having access to the Google Wave preview, Santa GOOG dropped an invite off in my inbox last night. Sadly I have no invites to give you, but I want to share the love how I can. Last night I held a Wave Q&A on Twitter, where folks asked anything they wanted to know about the app and I did my best to answer. I’m no Wave expert, but now that I’ve got my dirty little paws on it I had some insights and screenshots to share. The question and answer...

6 Giu/09

YouTube si adatta alla tv e diventa XL

YouTube si adatta alla tv e diventa XL

Si tratta di una versione ottimizzata per guardare i video sui grandi schermi televisivi Elmar Burchia MILANO – Il grande salto dal pc alla tv: è quanto prova a fare YouTube. Il portale video di Google si arricchisce di un’interfaccia chiamata semplicemente «YouTube XL», dove la sigla XL sta, appunto, per extra-large. Si tratta di una versione ottimizzata per guardare i video sui grandi schermi televisivi. Lo scopo principale: imporre sempre più...

8 Apr/09

Cuil: le timeline in un motore di ricerca

Cuil: le timeline in un motore di ricerca

Vi ricordate di Cuil ? Il motore di ricerca lanciato nell'estate 2008, che si vanta tutt'ora di aggregare il triplo delle pagine di Google . Cuil , termine gaelico per indicare "conoscenza", si pronuncia come "cool" ed è stato sviluppato da ex dipendenti di Google. In piena corsa per competere con i grandi motori di ricerca, Cuil si arricchisce adesso di una nuova funzione di visualizzazione dei risultati di ricerca: la timeline . Continua a leggere Cuil:...