Finally: E-mail scheduling coming to Gmail No, not from Google, but from a browser plug-in called Boomerang for Gmail. A company called Baydin sells a $14.95 product for Outlook called Boomerang for Outlook, which enables you to reschedule the delivery of e-mails you’ve received and also to schedule the sending of e-mails for some specific [...]
There are hundreds of videos on YouTube which contain valuable best practice content. To help surface the golden nuggets here are three ways to deep link to specific places within the video. 1. Create a link to a specific part in a YouTube video If you want to link to a specific part of a [...]
Today one of my friend noted a really unnoticed yet creative behavior of GMail. He tried to send an email with body containing “please find attached ….” and he clicked send, GMail instead of sending that email popped-up a message Did you mean to attach files? You wrote “find attached” in your message, but there [...]
User Problem I’m including a Google Map on a page where users can sign up for a service. The page is accessed via SSL, and before I included the map, the entire page was transmitted securely. Now, however, browsers complain that portions of the page (the map) are transmitted insecurely. I understand the user information [...]
Google introduced the Blogger Template Designer | http://blogger.com/templates The Blogger Template Designer allows you to create effectively infinite number of designs templates instead of being restricted to a limited number of rigid designs by making it easy to customize your blogs design, layout, background and much more.
Stumped by foreign languages when you’re traveling? Google Inc. is working on software that translates text captured by a phone camera. At a demonstration Tuesday at Mobile World Congress, a cell phone trade show in Barcelona, an engineer shot a picture of a German dinner menu with a phone running Google Inc.’s Android software. An [...]
Buzz URL : http://www.google.com/buzz Google and Facebook are on a collision course in the increasingly competitive market for social networking services. On Tuesday, Google introduced a new service called Google Buzz, a way for users of its Gmail service to share updates, photos and videos. The service will compete with sites like Facebook and Twitter, [...]
Everybody’s talking about tablets, especially those single-pane capacitive touchscreen ones more specifically known as “slates.” The iPad is the biggest newsmaker, but there are lots headed our way (most with built-in webcams). Here’s how they measure up, spec-wise: The iPad has the most storage, cheap 3G, the time-tested iPhone OS and its mountain of apps, [...]
There are several ways to type in Hindi. Some of these include: Using Google Transliteration: http://www.google.com/transliterate Using Google Transliteration Bookmarklet: http://t13n.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/blet/docs/help_hi.html Using an IME. Common IME’s include those from Google, Microsoft Bhasha and Baraha. These require a download and install of client software.