OS X Mavericks is available for download today and for free. If the download is throwing an error for you, here’s a small workaround.
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Posts on Google+ pages can now be updated and scheduled at pre-determined times and days with the help of online tool called Bufferapp.
In India, it’s still not uncommon to see people using a limited internet connection. In some cases, the limit is ridiculously low. If you send and receive a lot of emails, using an email client can help you save some bandwidth. An email client like Thunderbird downloads all your emails to your computer. So if […]
If your company has a social presence on the web, you must be getting a lot of mentions online, from a lot of sites including Twitter/Facebook etc. Tracking and responding to all those comments can be overwhelming. Sure, you can use Google Alerts(even on a feed reader), but all you get is Google results which doesn’t […]
Managing their email work load is a big problem for many professionals. Email is an essential tool for communicating but since most e-mails sent are often unnecessary or downright spam, it does have an adverse impact of the productivity of a professional. Surely, a programmer or blogger needs to spend as much time as possibly […]
Google Docs is a great service. At work, we often use it to collaborate on different ideas and plans. The only real problem with Google Docs was we could not really access them offline.
Google Docs now has the option of being available for editing in offline mode.
Google Docs as you might know has become Google Drive. That means all your Google Documents and spread sheets are part of Google Drive.
Dropbox only allows 2 GB free space when someone creates an acocunt. But getting extra space is not that difficult especially if you get a lot of your friends to signup as referrals. Usually each referral would get 500 250 MB extra storage space. Dropbox has recently doubled up the storage space for referrals from 500 MB […]
I use Gmail to manage all my emails. Creating filters and assigning incoming emails different labels is a handy way to sort out your email. But tracking the emails you send are not as easy to sort out. Some might require following up while some might not. This is why Gmail has recently introduced allowing users […]
Linux command to fix “eval(base64_decode” code-injection on multiple WordPress installations and remove vulnerable plugins like WP-PhpMyAdmin
I know many friends who are email addicts and do not like using Twitter only because they cannot sent out tweets from their email address. It makes sense as we can reply to comments on Facebook via email. Now there is hope for people to post on Twitter by sending an email with Twitemail. Twitemail […]