Archive for the 'Software' Category

Rock Your Google Calendar in 18 Ways

Friday, March 23rd, 2007

Web Worker Daily has a great section on how to “Rock Your Google Calendar in 18 Ways”
It can be quite useful if you use Google Calendar. Everything from Receive event reminders and other notifications,to having a daily agenda emailed or text-messaged to you, and other tasty stuff.

101 Shareware and Freeware Programs

Thursday, March 22nd, 2007

101 Shareware and Freeware Programs Every Nerd Needs

The Free Geek has a list of 101 programs ranging from Audio, Browsers, Desktop Enhancers, System Utilities, all kinds of neat stuff to choose from that may be useful to you.

Gmail Craze: 30 + Tools and Hacks for Gmail

Thursday, March 22nd, 2007

Wow, makeuseof.com is a really cool site where you can find “All for Gmail: handy Firefox extensions, best Greasemonkey scripts, some desktop tools and lots of useful tips. Take this Gmail thingie to another level.”
Take a look if you use Gmail.
And have a Tasty Day!
Jay

Sexy Ubuntu Linux Poster

Thursday, November 17th, 2005

Thats what I’m talking about!!! This is definitely the best inspirational poster I have ever seen.
I think every IT department should have this tasty Inspirational Linux Poster on display where all the admins can easily see it…

This Sexy Ubuntu Linux Babe is Workin’ It! w00t!!!

Top 75 Security Tools

Wednesday, October 19th, 2005

I stumbled onto insecure.org which has a list of the Top 75 Security Tools. I figured I’d post it in case some of you were interested in finding out more information about computer security applications.

JotSpot Live Released - Sign Up For FREE

Wednesday, September 28th, 2005

JotSpot Live allows you, your colleagues or clients to take notes together on the same web page at the same time. Imagine everyone simultaneously typing and editing the same Microsoft Word document and you’ll get the idea.
* Everyone types on the same web page
* End “versionitis” [...]

Firefox 1.5 Beta is Out

Wednesday, September 14th, 2005

Firefox 1.5 Beta is out.

Simon Willison reports that: “Firefox 1.5 beta is the most exciting browser release in a very long time. It comes with the Gecko 1.8 rendering engine, which includes a ton of interesting new features. ”
New in this version:
* SVG
* Canvas
[...]

Setup Voice Mail and Record Google Talk Conversations

Thursday, September 1st, 2005

HotRecorder is an application that can be used to record Google Talk conversations and Keep record of your voice communications. Some of you may also be interested in Hot Recorders other features such as the option to set up a voice mail facility in Hot Recorder that acts as an answering machine for [...]

New Google Talk Themes

Tuesday, August 30th, 2005

I read on gibthis.com that Google Talk is skinnnable! Michael reports that: A common complaint upon Google Talk’s recent launch was the lack of themes. It seems Bryan over at SapiensBryan.com has released 5 Google Talk Themes: Blue, Black, Red, Yellow, and Pink.

46 Useful Freeware Utilities

Thursday, August 4th, 2005

I stumbled onto the Tech Support Alert website yesterday. The site has “The 46 Best-ever Freeware Utilities.”
The website owner does state that “There are a lot of great freeware products out there. Many are as good or even better than their commercial alternatives. This list features my personal pick of [...]