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Gmail Labs: In-Depth
Wednesday, October 20th, 2010 by Leslie A Joy

Gmail Labs: In-Depth

Gmail Labs is a gift from Google to all Gmail and Google Apps users that allows you to try out some nifty new features in Gmail that aren’t quite ready for prime time. Not that they’re those weird shows that you find on public access or day time TV. Most of them are actually pretty nifty ...

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UPDATE: Google Reader’s Send-To Feature: The Underdog of GReader Tricks
Saturday, October 16th, 2010 by Leslie A Joy

UPDATE: Google Reader’s Send-To Feature: The Underdog of GReader Tricks

On Wednesday, I posted “Google Reader’s Send-To Feature: The Underdog of GReader Tricks.” As I mentioned in the post, Licorize created a Google Reader send-to link for their app within a few hours of me asking. Well, good news to all Gqueues users out there-I asked them Wednesday and they got back to me with a Google ...

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Google Reader’s Send-To Feature: The Underdog of GReader Tricks
Wednesday, October 13th, 2010 by Leslie A Joy

Google Reader’s Send-To Feature: The Underdog of GReader Tricks

While there are a number of blog posts on increasing RSS feed reading productivity with Google Reader, few fail to mention one of Google Reader’s most awesome and unique features-Send-To links. (Although, WorkAwesome did give it a brief mention.) Send-To links is a feature that, well, let’s you send links to other services making it easy ...

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[Script] Tweet On Any Site (With Multiple Accounts & URL Shortening)
Saturday, April 10th, 2010 by benhomie

[Script] Tweet On Any Site (With Multiple Accounts & URL Shortening)

A few days ago, I demonstrated how you can use a bookmarklet to tweet the title and URL of any page right on the site itself. I programmed this script to solve my own problem of wanting to tweet an interesting article in the fastest way possible. I thought this might be of interest to you ...

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How To Display Two Websites Side By Side In Your Browser
Thursday, April 1st, 2010 by benhomie

How To Display Two Websites Side By Side In Your Browser

Previously, I discussed some useful tips and ideas for Fluid app. With those tips, you can run two sites side by side. For example, you can run Gmail and an iPhone optimized website (eg. Twitter) side by side. But this trick can only be performed using Fluid. With this tip, you can perform the same trick on ...

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Useful Tips & Ideas for Fluid App
Sunday, February 14th, 2010 by benhomie

Useful Tips & Ideas for Fluid App

Most of you should have known Fluid by now. With Fluid app, you can create “Site Specific Browsers (SSB)”, basically turning any web apps into a desktop app. Essentially what Fluid does is create a browser that is dedicated to a single application. To read more about Fluid, read my previous review. The best thing about ...

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An Espresso Theme For Coda
Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009 by benhomie

An Espresso Theme For Coda

Update – Espresso style for Coda 2! Download here Do you use Coda? But lured by the beautiful color scheme of Espresso? Me too! I’ve done searching, lots of searching for Espresso like theme for Coda, found one but still doesn’t make me the happiest man. So I decided to roll my own. How It Looks Here’s how it looks: Closer look ...

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Remove Text Formatting With Plain Clip
Sunday, April 5th, 2009 by benhomie

Remove Text Formatting With Plain Clip

I believe most of us have the same gripe about copying text and pasting it onto another application but not wanting the formatting to be pasted as well. There are many ways to strip text of it’s formatting, eg. pasting text into Text Edit, selecting “Make Plain Text” from the top menu, copy the text and ...

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Scan Receipts Without A Scanner
Monday, March 30th, 2009 by benhomie

Scan Receipts Without A Scanner

If you run any kind of business (freelance, a company etc), you’ll need to keep receipts for any purchases made under the name of your business. The problem with keeping receipts is that the ink wear out very quickly. In the course of one year when it’s time to do your taxes, you’ll realize that ...

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HexColor – Easily Work With Colors In CSS
Monday, March 23rd, 2009 by benhomie

HexColor – Easily Work With Colors In CSS

If you work with CSS extensively on a day to day basis, or if you’re often customizing colors of Wordpress websites by editing it’s CSS, you might find yourself copying hex values of colors you need to change and pasting it into Photoshop to find out what the colors looks like. This is extremely time consuming ...

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