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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,...

16 Set/10

Email Client Thunderbird 3.1.4 Released

Email Client Thunderbird 3.1.4 Released

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); We have already seen lots of updates this week; From the first beta of Internet Explorer 9, to updates for the Firefox web browser and Google Chrome updates. Lots of downloading, updating and testing for a week. An update for the desktop email client Thunderbird was just released, raising the version of the email software to 3.1.4. The version is considered a stability update, and therefor a recommended update for all Thunderbird...

15 Set/10

10 Tips & Tricks For Your Business’s Facebook Fan Page

10 Tips & Tricks For Your Business’s Facebook Fan Page

Facebook is one the fastest growing social media network and its users are increasing by thousands every day. Due to its vast base of users, it takes no effort to acknowledge its influence and any company will jump on the bandwagon to utilize Facebook because it allows them to boost their brands or products also in the same time engage with possible clients. It is convenient for a company to create a Facebook page, publish their profile and products however, setting up a Facebook page...




15 Mar/10

The Complete Guide to Google Wave Now in Print!

The Complete Guide to Google Wave Now in Print!

I’m thrilled to announce that the online book by Adam Pash and myself, The Complete Guide to Google Wave, is now in print! Order your copy here. The new edition is double the pagecount of the Preview PDF released last fall and it’s packed with screenshots and examples. In this expansion, Adam and I went out of our way, page after page, to illustrate the answer the most common question about Wave: “What is the point?” We added two new chapters, completely rewrote...

17 Feb/10

Big! Exciting! News: ThinkTank Is Now at Expert Labs

Big! Exciting! News: ThinkTank Is Now at Expert Labs

I am thrilled to announce I’ve landed a pinch-me dream job: I’m now a Project Director at Expert Labs, the new non-profit headed up by Anil Dash. I’ll be in charge of developing ThinkTank. Here’s what happened. Last March I was thinking about buying a netbook, and asked my Twitter followers a question: Do you have a netbook? What do you love or hate about it? When I got back 243 informed opinions by savvy netbook owners, I knew I needed a way to easily parse and...

15 Feb/10

Iterating Buzz

Iterating Buzz

Last week I gave Google a small pass for launching Buzz with serious privacy problems and a too-hard-to-find “off” button, saying that at least they were iterating quickly and openly, correcting their mistakes. Today I’m happy to see they continued to do so this weekend, even after I wondered if I spoke too soon. Significant changes to how Buzz works will be rolling out which address most of the problems it has. Would you see this kind of quick and apologetic about-face...

8 Feb/10

How to Ditch GoDaddy (Redux)

How to Ditch GoDaddy (Redux)

Last year’s trashy GoDaddy SuperBowl commercials annoyed me enough to switch domain registrars; this year’s just confirmed I made the right decision. If you want out, here’s what I posted about it last year: Yes, I knew that popular, cheap domain registrar GoDaddy always used sex to sell their services, and yes, their bullying upsells always bugged me, but yesterday’s Super Bowl ad shot my “Stop doing business with GoDaddy” to-do to the top of my list....

8 Feb/10

Google Wave in Action: Real-World Use Case Studies

Google Wave in Action: Real-World Use Case Studies

A week ago I asked readers to tell me how they’re using Google Wave in their daily lives, and despite a bit of “ha! no one’s using Wave!” snarking on the Twitter, I got lots of interesting responses. Unsurprisingly, most Wavers use it as a real-time wiki, but some take advantage of features unique to Wave, like inline and private replies, public tags, and gadgets. I featured the most unique use cases I got in a brand new chapter just added to The Complete Guide...

27 Gen/10

Android and Me Interview

Android and Me Interview

Thanks a million to Eric Weiss at Android and Me–one of my favorite blogs for keeping up on Android news and tips–for interviewing me about my own Android habit, space travel, cloud comforters, third-party ROMs, and my favorite gadgets. Continua a leggere – Original Link: Android and Me Interview Technorati Tags: book, gina-trapani, ipad-first-impressions, Java, laptop, News, popular-posts, Windows, work

7 Gen/10

Android 2.1’s Best Features in Screenshots

Android 2.1’s Best Features in Screenshots

Great software needs hardware that can keep up, and my new Nexus One is a sleek, awesome handset. But the most important ingredient in this generation of touchscreen smartphones is the software: the screen is just a canvas that software paints on, and Android 2.1 is a work of art. Coming from the chunky G1, the thin and flat Nexus One hearkens back to my iPhone days. (It doesn’t require a holster, and slid into my jeans pocket it doesn’t make my thigh look too fat–it...