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How to Sync Your Firefox Settings Across Various Devices

How to Sync Your Firefox Settings Across Various Devices

When you close a Firefox browser with many active tabs, it will usually prompt you to save your session so that the next time you open the browser, the tabs will be restored. What if you can get the tabs/session to restore automatically on a Firefox browser in another computer? Just imagine, you can do […]

Using Zoho Web Service as an Alternative to Open Office in Ubuntu

Using Zoho Web Service as an Alternative to Open Office in Ubuntu

When it comes to alternative to Microsoft Office, most people will think of Open Office. But if you are just doing simple word processing or spreadsheet calculation, Open Office can also be an overkill, especially if you are using a netbook. Personally, I have a netbook running Ubuntu Lucid with Open Office pre-installed. Whenever I […]

Snippet: How to Make Google Chrome As The Default Browser in Ubuntu

Snippet: How to Make Google Chrome As The Default Browser in Ubuntu

Even though Google Chrome is faster and lesser prone to crash, it is still NOT the default browser in Ubuntu. At least until Ubuntu Lucid, Firefox still reign in Linux arena. Now, if you have installed Google Chrome and intend to use it as the default browser, won’t it be great if you can set […]

How To Easily Embed Twitter @Anywhere In Your WordPress Blog

How To Easily Embed Twitter @Anywhere In Your WordPress Blog

With the rising popularity of Twitter, it is no surprise that more and more bloggers are looking for ways to distribute their content via twitter. With the launch of Twitter @Anywhere, bloggers are now given an easy way to embed the Twitter @anywhere on their blog and allow their readers to quickly post a tweet […]

Weekly Roundup (June 13th – June 19th, 2010)

Weekly Roundup (June 13th – June 19th, 2010)

For those who have missed our daily publication, here is the roundup for last week. PrivacyDefender: Easy Way to Control your Facebook Privacy Settings Untether your iPod from iTunes With Rockbox Cortina: Yet Another Gnome Wallpaper Changer 5 Best Linux Software Packages for Kids How to Upgrade Your WP Blog to Multi-Users Blog Network With […]

TweakNow PowerPack 2010: A Comprehensive Tweaker Applications for Windows

TweakNow PowerPack 2010: A Comprehensive Tweaker Applications for Windows

While there are plenty of tweak applications out there for the Windows OS, the TweakNow PowerPack 2010 has got to be the most comprehensive tweak app that I have ever come across. Other than the simple tasks cleaning tool, it also allows you to configure plenty of internal settings which would otherwise require you to […]

How to Upgrade Your WP Blog to Multi-Users Blog Network With WordPress 3.0

How to Upgrade Your WP Blog to Multi-Users Blog Network With WordPress 3.0

In the past, for those who wanted to set up a WordPress multi-users site, the only solution is to use WPMU. Unfortunately, setting up a WPMU site can be difficult and tricky. Furthermore, migrating your existing WordPress blog to a multi-users site is almost impossible. With WordPress 3.0 (currently still a release candidate as of […]

Cortina: Yet Another Gnome Wallpaper Changer

Cortina: Yet Another Gnome Wallpaper Changer

Few years back, I always lamented that there are few and little wallpaper changer apps for Ubuntu desktop. Fast forward to today, this is no longer the case. There is the evergreen Desktop Drapes that has been around since the early days, the still useful Wallpapoz that has stopped development and the cross-platforms compatible Wally […]

Weekly Roundup (June 6th – June 12th, 2010)

Weekly Roundup (June 6th – June 12th, 2010)

For those who have missed our daily publication, here is the roundup for last week. How To Set Up And Manage Parental Control On Mac A Quicker Way to Kill Non-Responsive Programs in Windows SyncToy: Yet Another Useful Windows Backup/Sync Tool How to Easily Fix Window and Linux Boot Problems with the Super Grub Disk […]