Spending as much time online as I do, Google is an integral part of my day to day routine. This is my top five list of Google apps:
For the last month or so, I’ve been playing around with Google newest online toy; Google Wave. Billed as a “personal communication and collaboration tool”, it is designed to combine email, IM, wikis and social networking. Written in Java, using OpenJDK, Google has announced plans to release most of the source code as Open Source.… Continue reading Google Wave: First Impressions
I’ve been looking for a sturdy, simple and preferably free solution to enhance the way I take my computers with me. I’vew recently found just that.
Since its start in 1998, Google has grown to become one of the largest search providers in the world. Here are seven tips to using Google more efficiently:
In a previous post, I talked about Google Gears. Now, let’s take a look at a practical application. First, the developers at Google brought us the next big thing in web-based email. Now, they are bringing a way to take it offline. Bear in mind, Offline is a GMail Labs feature, so it is… Continue reading Read your GMail while offline
The clever people at Google have made Gears, an Open-Source multiplatform program that enables more powerful web applications, by adding new features to your web browser, such as:
Do you use Google Calendar? So do I. Do you use Facebook? Me too. Ever been annoyed that you couldn’t easily import Facebook events to your Google Calendar? So did I. Turns out, it is easy. Here’s how: