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24 Set/10

Awesome Note Syncs Your Notes and To-dos with Evernote and Google Docs [Downloads]

Awesome Note Syncs Your Notes and To-dos with Evernote and Google Docs [Downloads]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); iOS: Simplenote’s a Lifehacker favorite for doing one thing remarkably well, but if you’re looking for a more feature-rich notes application, Awesome Note’s got you covered. More » (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Continua a leggere – Original Link: Awesome Note Syncs Your Notes and To-dos with Evernote and...

18 Giu/10

Interact with Google Apps at the Command Line

Interact with Google Apps at the Command Line

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Having a ball playing around with the just-released GoogleCL tool, which offers command line access to Google Calendar, contacts, Docs, Picasa, Blogger, and YouTube. With Python-based GoogleCL installed, you can do things such as list today’s events on your GCal right in the terminal, like so: $ google calendar today title Coffee with Michael and Samir Dozing off Lunch at Flingers Instant use case: Add echo "Next 24...

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...




7 Apr/10

A Life Without PDF Readers

A Life Without PDF Readers

If you read yesterday’s article a life without flash you already know where this article is heading. The attacks using pdf documents have increased as have the vulnerabilities that have been found in Adobe Reader and Adobe Acrobat, the two most popular software programs ti view pdf documents. Recently security vulnerabilities have also been found in the popular Adobe Reader alternative Foxit Reader. The premise of the article is that living without PDF readers is possible if you...

21 Gen/10

Google Docs’ “Upload Any File” Available Now

Google Docs’ “Upload Any File” Available Now

As promised, Google Docs has rolled out the “upload any file” feature that lets you store files up to 250MB in size in Docs (up to 1GB for free, $0.25 per extra GB). Just checked my account and got the notification near the Upload button explaining the new capability. Coupled with the ability to share folders, this can easily be used to share any kind of media–like an album of MP3s, as shown in the screenshot (supplied by a reader). Continua a leggere – Original...

18 Ott/09

Automatically Open PDFs and PowerPoint Presentations with Google’s Doc Viewer [Downloads]

Automatically Open PDFs and PowerPoint Presentations with Google’s Doc Viewer [Downloads]

Most web browsers: Google’s Doc Viewer allows you to view any PDF, PPT, and TIFF directly in your browser without downloading the file and launching another heavy desktop application, and this user script streamlines that process. After installing the script (which works with Greasemonkey for Firefox and should in theory work with the dev build of Chrome, Opera, Safari with GreaseKit, and IE with IE7Pro), it will convert any link pointing directly to a download of PDF, PPT, and TIFF...

26 Set/09

View Documents Online With Google Docs Viewer

View Documents Online With Google Docs Viewer

Google Docs Viewer is a new online service by the Google Docs team that makes it possible to view document like Adobe PDF, Microsoft Word or Microsoft PowerPoint directly in the web browser. The advantage of this option is that it is no longer required to download the document to the local computer system to view it. There are obviously other services that offer a similar functionality like the Firefox add-on Open It Online. The main difference is that Google Docs Viewer is not limited...

9 Set/09

How to Integrate Your Google Apps

How to Integrate Your Google Apps

The information you keep in Google apps like Gmail, GCal, Reader, and Voice doesn’t just live in one place. There are a few easy but non-obvious ways to plug different Google apps together and share their data and features. Thanks to things like Labs and gadgets, you can get your Calendar in Gmail (and vice versa), Docs in Calendar and Gmail, Profile info in Google Reader, Google Voice SMS in your Gmail, and just about everything on iGoogle. Here’s how. Read the rest at Lifehacker...

18 Ago/09

Bookmark Syncing Added To Google Browser Dev Builds

Bookmark Syncing Added To Google Browser Dev Builds

One cannot say that the developers of the Google browser Google Chrome are not adding new features to their web browser. Some users did criticize the pace of the version number increase of the Google web browser stating that the amount of new features would not justify these big version jumps. A new feature was introduced in the Google browser in the last dev release versions. Users who have been working with developer releases of Google Chrome before know that most new features can only...

28 Lug/09

Microsoft VS Google: chi vincerà la sfida?

Microsoft VS Google: chi vincerà la sfida?

La lotta tra i due colossi della tecnologia informatica, è sempre accesa. Google contro Bing, Google Chrome contro Internet Explorer e adesso? Cambia di nuovo il campo di battaglia, questa volta i protagonisti sono i documenti Office. Google Docs contro Office Web Application. Anche Microsoft quindi per contrastare il motore di ricerca numero uno, deve spostare le proprie applicazioni nel web. Ovviamente la versione web essendo gratuita, conterrà solo le funzioni base del pacchetto...

30 Giu/09

OffiSync Provides Google Syncing and Searches Inside Office [Downloads]

OffiSync Provides Google Syncing and Searches Inside Office [Downloads]

Windows: Free Office 2003 & 2007 plug-in OffiSync lets desktop users open documents from, and save to, Google Docs‘ online servers, but that’s nothing amazingly new. A newer Google Search option does, however, integrates powerful image and web searches. That means that, rather than relying on Microsoft’s Clip Art repository, or switching away from Office to search for a usable picture, you can hit the Google Search button on your Office toolbar. Hit that button,...