Google owns some really weird domain names
Pingdom put together a list of domain names owned by Google and found some really odd names. Here are a few examples: 30dayfitness.com bayareaburritos.com donationcard.com essentialmommy.com greengardengifts.com mariolovespasta.com thesecretofburritos.com We know Google likes food but enough to buy domains? Oh by the way – goooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooogle.com isn’t available either. More odd domain names owned by Google […]
Watch out for password stealing application “G-Archiver”
G-Archiver professes to be an application which backups your Gmail messages. G-Archiver is your one click Gmail backup solution.Backup Gmail email messages to your computer using G-Archiver.Never lose another message – backup Gmail messages and you’ll have a stored copy on your computer in the event of Gmail data loss incidents. Gmail backup with G-Archiver […]
Zoho Notebook, another new Zoho Application
I just took a look at the demo of Zoho’s new application – Zoho Notebook. It’s amazing. It’s a competitor to Microsoft OneNote and Google Notebook. First off – Zoho Notebook puts Google notebook to shame. Google notebook seems a midget compared what Zoho is rolling out. With Google notebook you can do text, but […]
The new Google Image Search sucks!
Google changed the design of their image search feature. It’s cleaner and neater than before however it will only display image information when you hover over the image (like Windows Live Image Search). I miss being able to look at all the images at a glance and get their info. Luckily the Google Operating System blog […]
Google Bot’s Backdoor. Simple Trick.
Several times when your browsing you find that Google throws up search results which lead to pages which sit behind a username/password protection. You need to register to view the content. Websites like New York Times and Wallstreet Journal and many more require you to register and/or pay to view their content. Google manages to […]
More Zoho Features
I love the Zoho Office Suite and today they released a couple of features which deserve to be applauded. They’ve released a plugin to save documents from MS Word/Excel directly into Zoho. You can open Zoho documents in Word/Excel as well. It’s bridging the gap between online and offline applications says Raju Vengesa. Now I […]
The Ultimate Photosharing service
For the sake of this post, let’s imagine that Flickr, Picasa and Riya are all owned by one company. That should put this post into perspective. This is my vision of the ultimate social networking photo tool & service. It’s a combo of Flickr, Riya and Picasa. Picasa, is one of the best photo/image management […]
Some missing things with Zoho
I’m an avid user of Zoho’s services – Writer and Sheet, but recently I’m being dragged towards Google Docs & Spreadsheets. Why? Its a couple of reasons: I use Gmail a lot and Google Spreadsheets is integrated with Gmail. If i receive an email with an excel file, I get the option to open it […]
YouTube: Time Magazine’s Invention of the Year
Time magazine is calling YouTube the invention of the year. This is a big achievement for YouTube and especially for Steve Chen, Chad Hurley and Jawed Karim. Here’s a quote from the article which I find interesting: even though they built it, they didn’t really understand it. They thought they’d built a useful tool for […]
Google bought YouTube
Google bought YouTube. 1.65 Billion in stocks. Steve Chen, Chad Hurley and Jawed Karim are friggin rich. They stand to make $100-$200 million each. Congrats to Michael Arrington who first broke the story. Best example of blog moving closer to “mainstream” media. Links: TechCrunch Robert Scoble Mark Cuban thinks Google is still crazy Usual TechMeme […]
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