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27 Set/10

Now Shipping: ThinkUp Beta 1

Now Shipping: ThinkUp Beta 1

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Hit a big milestone today! We released the first beta of ThinkUp, the PHP/MySQL webapp that archives your social media interactions in a database you control. Download it here. Following eight alpha releases over the past eight months, I’m so proud that the ThinkUp community and the software product itself has reached beta. The beta represents hundreds of commits by over 20 thoughtful developers scattered across the globe,...

6 Set/10

40 Useful iPad Apps for Web Designers

40 Useful iPad Apps for Web Designers

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The amount and diversity of technology available today is unbelievable. Apple per se have made remarkable achievements over the years and today we are featuring iPad. To a certain extent, an iPad changes the tide of web designer’s routine. iPad enables the potential for designers to accomplish their task and project on time because it is a portable workstation that allows designers to work on the dot. With a touch of a...

1 Set/10

Vintage Advertisement of Modern Technology

Vintage Advertisement of Modern Technology

Vintage design is always described as outdated, old looking design with most updated products like Facebook or Nintendo Wii featured… what? Yeah it’s not a typo, I mean it, and you’re gonna witness 24 modern products adapted into vintage style advertisement. Some of them are created by modern designer, yet others are modified directly from genuine vintage ads originated from your parent’s era. So get amused, get inspired, who knows vintage might be the design...




26 Ago/10

Freebie Release: Web Template in Photoshop PSD – Polo360

Freebie Release: Web Template in Photoshop PSD – Polo360

Once in a while, we collaborate with creative designers to giveaway free stuff to readers through hongkiat.com. We figured it benefits all parties – creators get the credit and some exposures, readers get to download them for free with no strings attached. Today, we are going to do the same thing again. Viv Singh of vivrocks.com has designed a high quality web template for us. It is available in Photoshop PSD format. All layers are open so you can do any chances you want. Named...

6 Ago/10

Freelancing and Co-Working: Best of Both Worlds

Freelancing and Co-Working: Best of Both Worlds

The core reason to be a freelancer is that one does not have to commit to full working hours that will destroy the joy of working and possibly putting personal life at stake. As a freelancer you can decide your own working hours and show up to work in your pajamas. You don’t have to endure the colleague who yells into the phone or to be paranoid that your boss will catch you reading gossip blogs. Image credit However freelancing can be a lonely existence. You might find yourself...

30 Lug/10

(More) Beautiful & Captivating Examples of Bokeh Photography

(More) Beautiful & Captivating Examples of Bokeh Photography

Two weeks ago, James created a nice post here on bokeh photography here in hongkiat and I got to be honest it is great and inspiring but it just can’t quench my thirst for more. So I went ahead and look for more. It is really amazing how these out of focus helps in telling your eyes the area of the photo you should focus on. Now without further ado, let’s take a look at more beautiful bokeh photos. Here’s another round of showcase of bokeh photography – we...

3 Mag/10

Embed Waves on Your Web Site That Anyone Can See

Embed Waves on Your Web Site That Anyone Can See

Google just released an easy way to embed waves on your web site. The Google Wave web element puts a wave on any web page–with anonymous access. That means even people not signed into Wave can read and watch waves that you’ve made public and embedded. (Wavers, here’s how to make a wave public.) Anonymous users can watch a wave change over time on your site, but they won’t be able to edit it. Let’s give it a try. After the jump, check out my first embedded...

27 Apr/10

Latest Videos: Passwords, Voicemail, Syncing, and More

Latest Videos: Passwords, Voicemail, Syncing, and More

The best part about my Work Smart video series at Fast Company is that I get to cover my favorite, classic digital productivity problems with the latest and greatest solutions I know in a whole new medium. In the past five installments I addressed some old and new issues any tech savvy digital worker encounters: keeping track of passwords, wasting time leaving and listening to voicemail, being a productive freelancer (or just work-at-homer), syncing files across all your computers, and,...

21 Apr/10

Microsoft And Facebook Launch Docs.com

Microsoft And Facebook Launch Docs.com

Many Internet users who want to view and edit documents online use Google Docs to do so. There are other services besides Google Docs but none that can compete with Google’s service on an eye to eye level. This however could change in the near future with the public release of Docs.com, an online document processing service by Microsoft and Facebook. Docs.com is built on Microsoft Office 2010 Web Apps platform. It will allow Facebook users to create, edit and share Microsoft Office...

21 Apr/10

Baby Photography: 40 Photos of Lovable Babies

Baby Photography: 40 Photos of Lovable Babies

Baby pictures are one the most fascinating pictures on earth. And I think they are the most photographed subject in the world. As with any photo, finding the right angle or choosing the right perspective will result in an amazing photo. Capturing adorable moments with that innocent smile requires luck and patience. Getting your baby to model or to smile for a photo shoot is easier said than done. Babies are quite unpredictable in their behaviors and motion blur distort your photos. Photographing...

18 Feb/10

Google Social Circle Now Appearing In Search Results

Google Social Circle Now Appearing In Search Results

I’m often spotting new features for logged in users in Google later than anyone else because I usually log out of my Google account before performing searches or doing anything else. That was different this morning which could only have meant that I forgot to log out yesterday night. Well that happens and imagine my surprise when I found out about it. But that’s not the topic of this article. Scrolling down in the search results I spotted a new addition to them in the form...

12 Gen/10

Frequently Asked Questions About Google Wave

Frequently Asked Questions About Google Wave

The Google Wave Preview has been available to one million+ people for over three months now, but questions about Wave still abound, even by the early adopters who have gotten in and taken it for a test drive. After publishing a book on everything I know about Wave, I still get many of the same questions I heard back when I started. Even folks usually bullish about new technology still don’t understand what they can use Wave for, how to sell it to their friends and co-workers so...

4 Gen/10

Change File Access Rights With Take Ownership

Change File Access Rights With Take Ownership

File permission problems are more common in Windows Vista and Windows 7 than in Windows XP. That’s something that Windows XP users for instance notice when migrating to those operating systems. A common problem encountered by many users is for instance the inability to write specific files like the Windows hosts file or settings of portable programs that have been transferred to the new operating system as well. The standard way of dealing with file access rights is to change them...

16 Nov/09

Give "Experience" Gifts this Holiday If You’re Low on Cash [Gift Giving]

Give "Experience" Gifts this Holiday If You’re Low on Cash [Gift Giving]

With excess cash in short supply these days, no one wants to feel like a gift given is unappreciated. Ensure the people on your gift-giving list enjoy themselves by giving an experience instead of stuff. Photo by aaronjacobs Money-wise weblog The Simple Dollar suggests experience-based gift giving is not only easier on the pocketbook, but will create a better experience for the recipient. The post offers a few reasons why: Aside from the fact that it’s less expensive than giving...

8 Ott/09

Win a Google Wave Invite with Your Best Use Case

Win a Google Wave Invite with Your Best Use Case

Update: The contest is now over, and here are a few of the winners. Want an invitation to Google Wave? Tell us what you’re going to use Google Wave for, and we’ll nominate the folks who describe the best use case. Google was kind enough to give us a few dozen extra Wave nominations, and we want to give them to people who will put Wave through its paces in real-world situations. We’re not going to ask you to write a haiku, but we are going to ask you to tell us how you’ll...

21 Ago/09

Twitalytic Alpha Preview–Archiving, Curating, and Threading Tweets

Twitalytic Alpha Preview–Archiving, Curating, and Threading Tweets

Been hacking away at a personal programming project, tentatively named Twitalytic, a web application that archives your tweets and mentions and gives you useful data about your friends and followers on Twitter. (Here’s some background on why the heck I’d ever want to archive the ephemeral chatter that is on the Twitter.) Anyway, after a few months I’ve collected a teensy bit of data, so I wanted to make sharing replies to my lazyweb tweets easier. To that end, today I...

15 Ago/09

Backup and Search Your Friends’ Tweets with Google Reader [Twitter]

Backup and Search Your Friends’ Tweets with Google Reader [Twitter]

Thanks to a combination of RSS magic and Twitter API, it’s possible to search the tweets of everyone in your Twitter network with Google Reader. Here’s how to do it. First, though, why would you want to do this? The native search tool provided by Twitter only tunnels back about a week and a half. Anything beyond that is lost in the ether. Thanks to a handy little tool created by Dave Winer, you can turn your follower list into an RSS feed and import that feed into Google Reader,...

16 Lug/09

How to SMS with Google Voice from Any Mobile Phone

How to SMS with Google Voice from Any Mobile Phone

Just because you don’t have an Android phone or BlackBerry doesn’t mean you can’t text from your cellphone using your Google Voice number. If you’ve gotten an invite to Google Voice and you’re an iPhone or non-smartphone user, you might be disappointed about not having clear access to the texting feature. However, you CAN use Google Voice SMS capabilities on any phone. Even if you do have an Android phone or BlackBerry, you can use this method to use the native...