I’ve been intrigued by an application called Today that gives a quick overview of what you have on your calendar for today and places it in a nice little window on your desktop. However, for $20 I wasn’t sure that I needed it. So, I found a way to create a similar, but not as […]
Nettuts+ tries to make the argument that web developers should switch to Google Chrome but I’m not buying it. Their reasoning? It’s cross platform. – But so is Safari, Firefox and Opera. Web Inspector – Which Safari also has. Extensions – Which Firefox has many more of, and better ones too. It’s a nice article, […]
Gruml is a desktop feed reader application that is completely integrated with Google Reader. Unlike some other programs that claim to do the same, Gruml does more than just show you your feeds. Gruml includes: Share this article. Star this article. Like this article. Mark as Unread, which also marks the item un-read in Google […]
yExplore 2.1 has been released with loads of new shortcuts for SEOs and web developers! yExplore still offers quick and easy access to Yahoo Site Explorer, but now also offers: Google Backlinks, Inindex, Cache Archive.org – So you can see how the site has progressed over the years. Bing Inindex Delicious saves for a domain. […]
Google recently launched a theme gallery for Chrome. Much to my enjoyment, these themes are Mac friendly too and can be used with the latest development builds of Chrome. These themes can’t even begin to compare to some of the great Firefox themes, but it’s nice start.
Since I’ve been playing with Google Chrome, I’ve wanted the start page to be available in Firefox. There are a number of extensions and work arounds, but none that actually work well. That was until I found the Google Toolbar. A new feature in Google Toolbar 5 is Chrome’s start page functionality. Once you install […]
We’ve been waiting and waiting for Google Chrome to come out for the Mac and, unfortunately, we have to wait some more. Unless, that is, you are adventurous. If you are, you can download Google Chromium; the development version of Google Chrome for Mac. The good news here is that Google Chromium works pretty well. […]
I just received my free Google business cards in the mail. No, I don’t work for Google, but it’s a promotional item for Google’s profile pages. Pretty sweet if you ask me. Ohh and you can see my Google profile here.
Last I checked, a web page had to be on the web in order for Google to crawl the page and serve it up in search results. But then how does it crawl iTunes? On a recent search for “implus iphone application” I came across the iTunes store page ranked at #8 in Google. Yes, […]
I finally dug into GA? and figured out how to take it to the next level! GA? now checks the entire HTML page to see if it contains Google Analytics code. Prior to 1.0, it only checked for analytics code within the body of a page. GA? is a Firefox extension that automatically detects if […]