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9 Set/09

How to Integrate Your Google Apps

How to Integrate Your Google Apps

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); 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...

3 Set/09

An Exhaustive Geek Guide to Managing Your Recipes Online [Food]

An Exhaustive Geek Guide to Managing Your Recipes Online [Food]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); We took a look at the five best recipe managers our readers could dig up during Food Week, but each standalone option pales in comparison to weblog Delicious Coma’s extensive system for saving recipes online. My pal Anjali over at Delicious Coma goes into exacting detail on how she uses a combination of Google Reader, Delicious, Evernote, and even Quicksilver (for Mac users) to create a robust, comprehensive, and...

26 Ago/09

Google Power Readers Suggest a Few Great Reading Lists [Google Reader]

Google Power Readers Suggest a Few Great Reading Lists [Google Reader]

Google Reader has re-launched their Power Readers section, complete with suggested reading lists from journalists, tech bloggers, foodies, and more—including some suggestions from your friendly neighborhood Lifehacker editor. The Google Power Readers page rounds up suggested reading lists from all sorts of writers and active web folks. The aim is to showcase Google Reader’s new bundles feature for sharing a handful of feeds in one fell swoop. In the interest of full disclosure,...


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18 Ago/09

Supercharge Google Reader with Send To Links [Feeds]

Supercharge Google Reader with Send To Links [Feeds]

Google Reader recently added custom “Send To” controls to its feature list, and we’ve been looking for the most useful links to feed it. Here are 10 excellent send-to tools you can add to Reader, with more on the way. “More on the way” because, despite trying to keep our eyes and feed readers in as many places as possible, we’re guessing there are a lot of other great URL-friendly webapps that can be hooked into Reader, as these crowd-sourced examples...

16 Ago/09

How to Make Google Reader a Bookmarking and Sharing Powerhouse

How to Make Google Reader a Bookmarking and Sharing Powerhouse

Google Reader is the website I open more than any other. Except maybe Gmail, but that’s always open. Totally doesn’t count. Point is, I use Google Reader a lot. I use it to follow blogs and websites, to keep track of all my favorite people, and much, much more. Reader’s the center of all my information consumption, but previously wasn’t so good at letting you share that information. If you wanted to bookmark something, or share a cool article with a friend,...

15 Ago/09

Google Tip: Navigate Items with J and K in Reader, Gmail and Search

Google Tip: Navigate Items with J and K in Reader, Gmail and Search

On each new episode of This Week in Google (details) I’ll highlight a tip for using cloud/Google apps smarter, faster, and better. I’ll document those tips here. The J and K keys navigate through lists of items in Gmail, Google Reader, and even Google search results–without getting the mouse involved, which saves you point-and-click time. J goes to the next item down the list, and K the previous. J and K aren’t easy for your brain to remember, but they are for...

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...

30 Lug/09

Google Reader Adds Helpful Mobile Options [Feeds]

Google Reader Adds Helpful Mobile Options [Feeds]

If you’re a fan of Google Reader’s mobile-optimized interface for iPhones, Android devices, or the Palm Pre, you may not know that you can tweak its settings to load more items per page, mobile-format links, and start in any folder. The Official Google Reader Blog highlights the settings tweaks any Reader user can make to their account. The last option on the page, controlling how many items load on the page per data grab, is a big sigh of relief for anyone who reads faster...

21 Lug/09

Desktop RSS Reader RSS Xpress

Desktop RSS Reader RSS Xpress

Windows users always have a lot of choice when choosing applications and software programs for certain tasks. This is especially true for popular subjects like reading RSS news. A selection of fine online and offline computer programs are available that can be used to view RSS feeds. Some of the most popular include Google Reader, a web browser like Firefox that is capable of displaying RSS feeds or desktop rss readers like FeedDemon. RSS Xpress is another desktop rss reader that does...

28 Mag/09

Google Reader Gadget Brings Feeds to the Desktop [Downloads]

Google Reader Gadget Brings Feeds to the Desktop [Downloads]

Windows/Linux: Google Desktop users can keep an eye on important feeds with the Google Reader Gadget, a clever but not quite perfect desktop implementation of Google’s RSS reader. We say “clever” because when you’ve got a subscription or folder selected in the gadget, new posts will pop in automatically, letting you presumably watch any collection of feeds in semi-real time. And we say “not quite perfect” because, as with other Google Desktop gadgets,...