I found some funny pictures of exam papers, students had given on a Facebook group. Do tell me which one is the best! :D
NOTE: Some pictures may enlarge on clicking. So if can’t read, click it! :D
This time the trick is how to put a master password (the big daddy of all the saved passwords in Firefox). Many websites nowadays require you to login using a user name and password. And one of the best features I like about Firefox is its ability to save the passwords so we don’t have to type them again and again. But these passwords are not secured. One can easily go to the settings and view all the saved passwords.
I just saw the new Batman teaser… The movie looks cool.
Here’s a quick post… Hulu is a new way to watch TV shows on the Internet. I got a Hulu invitation and just now gave it a try. At first, I wasn’t been able to watch the videos because currently this service is limited to US residents only :( .
First let me tell you what BlogBackupOnline really is. It is a free online service that backs up your blog daily, and stores all the data on their server. It doesn’t matter whether you use Blogger, WordPress, TypePad, Friendster, LiveJournal, Serendipity, Windows Live Space, Movable Type, Terapad, or Vox, it recognizes the blogging platform itself and starts collecting data in no time. Every member gets 50MB of disk space for their backup and restoring a blog’s backup was never this easy. You can add as many blogs as you want and anyone’s blog you want. Yes, that’s right! You can backup anyone’s blog (using their feeds), and restore it wherever you want. Still confused? Duh! Continue reading…
It takes hours to collect all the dates for setting up a calendar, or for a useful reminder service. And most of all, there is hardly a service that reminds you of your important meetings, birthdays etc. through emails, feeds and cell phone. What if you get all this in one place? And that too on one of the most popular social networks, Facebook!
How is your weekend going readers? Here’s a funny little post. I got these pictures in a forwarded email long time ago. At that time, I saved these pictures and forgot the location, but yesterday, I again found them while going through some old files. Thought I would share it with you guys.
Ever imagined what technology would be like in the year 3000? :D Want to see? See the pictures below.
GTalk users are increasing day by day. Maybe because of its simplicity. A large number of bloggers use GTalk to interact with their fans and blog friends. Well, I’m also no different. :P I also use GTalk to catch up with all my friends and fans. Few days ago, I Google’d for some GTalk themes and stumbled across a cool site that offered free GTalk themes.
I got the same themes sometime ago through an underground forum, but the author of the post didn’t post the source, so I wasn’t sure where he got them from. But now when I know the it, I have been able to get a few cool themes that you will surely love using on GTalk.
Enough time wasted, eh? Let’s get on with the themes part. :)
NOTE: If you don’t know how or where to install GTalk themes, please read this first!
What’s up readers? How was your weekend? :D I hope you had a great one. Last time, I wrote about GTalk (Google Talk) was when I found how to unblock blocked contacts in it. This time, I’m going to tell you how you can change or install new themes in GTalk.
Remember, themes are not skins. Gmail themes only change the layout of the conversation window. Where as skins change the entire design of the application.