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Well literally speaking they turned off the lights on their homepage in US, UK and Canada. If you are one them who are not seeing this home page then check out the screen shot below which I took at 4:31PM EST (Eastern Standard Time in US). Well it’s a bit tougher to search now as […]

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To all those who are using WordPress Automatic Upgrade and may have upgraded to WordPress 2.5 there is a bug which was reported earlier which breaks automatic plugin updates which is a feature in WordPress 2.5. This feature breaks because of a library we used to handle zip files which is also used by the […]

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WordPress 2.5 has been released officially today at the Dallas WordCamp after months and months of delays and version skips. This blog has been updated to the latest version using WordPress Automatic Upgrade plugin. Have you updated yet? Do let me know your feedback on what you think about WordPress 2.5. A note for WPAU […]

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8start Tree Notes

We all have seen how the native Windows Startup becomes so painfully in-adequate when you start installing a lot of programs. It will be nice to have customizable startup options so you get to the frequently accessed programs easily & quickly. We have seen some excellent application launchers like Launchy, Enso, etc. Still those are […]

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Here are the popular web2.0 releases that will keep you bust till the next time, have fun. doof One of the interesting web2.0 service I saw was Doof which provides users a true Web 2.0 Social Gaming Experience. You can play games and connect with other users using this new entrant into the social gaming […]

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Well its Friday once again time to get your weekly dose of laughter. This time around we bring to you some funny pictures to cheer you up. Keep smiling and have fun over the weekend. Don’t you dare post my picture on FaceBook Pic Credit

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If you are awaiting the release of Firefox 3 to make your browsing life better then I guess you should wait a little more longer for a browser named Pogo from AT&T. Now if you are asking me why do I need another web browser? Well when I saw the browser in action I was […]

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Microsoft has announced the public beta release of Windows Search 4.0 for both Windows Vista and XP. If you have been using Vista or had in the past you may know that the application search in your start menu is powered by Windows Search. There are a number of improvements in this version over is […]

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Quite sometime back we had spoken about how to add your favorite folder to your file open / save dialogs and also followed it up with a trick on how to access multiple favorite folders with a simple click in the file / open save dialogs. Those tricks are still very much useful but if […]

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Google AdSense as always keeps on adding new policies to their already heavy user policies. This time around there are some interesting changes to their policies with regards to ad placements. The first interesting change is no ad units under section headings that imply ads are not ads. According to the policy such formats may […]

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A startling revelation by CNET has found out a clause in Google’s TOS which debars users who are under 18 years of age (which is the legal age to form a binding contract in United States) cannot make use of any Google Services like Gmail, YouTube and more. The clause in itself does not state […]

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After a long time I have some relief that my Internet service provider Comcast and finally relented and patched up with BitTorrent. This takes of a headache where Comcast was throttling bandwidth for connections made through the torrent clients which made it quite difficult to see torrents. On the other hand there is always a […]

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Here comes the next batch of Web2.0 releases that add value towards your computing and mobile experiences. Movino Movino is a service that allows you to broadcast live videos directly from your cellphone using 3G or Wifi. You can also use Movino to use your phone as a bluetooth webcam on Mac OS X. Movino […]

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Many a times you may see a application using high amounts of memory or hogging most of the processing power of your CPU. At such times other applications may work extremely slow or completely stop working. This is a extremely problematic situation since you are tied down till the application releases the memory or CPU […]

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[After a long gap of more than two months, I am back to blogging. This period was very difficult for me as I was passing through a difficult family problem, which had consumed most of my time. Now I am getting some respite out of it and the first thing which came to my mind […]

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