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GMail Freebies! Get Free Stickers!

Sunday 7 December 2008 @ 4:57 pm

I love GMail, no doubt about it.
Now I love their cutely designed stickers!!!

GMail Stickers

The GMail team is so generous as they will be giving you the stickers as Xmas gift! Just send a self-addressed stamped envelope to their headquarter at :-

P.O. Box 391420
Mountain View, CA 94039-1420

The sticker pack is less than one ounce, so make sure to include enough postage to return a sticker pack via U.S. mail.

For people in the U.S., a standard $0.42 stamp will do.
As for people outside of the U.S., consult the post office for sufficient postage and use EXPRESS mail because the stickers will only be available while supplies last.


Google Chrome Web Browser Brief Review

Thursday 4 September 2008 @ 11:31 am

In case you still have not noticed, Google had entered the web browser market by releasing their first ever web browser, Google Chrome, yesterday.

Google Chrome

I’m always excited whenever Google launches any software, therefore I’ve installed Google Chrome immediately after reading this fascinating news yesterday even though the software is still under Beta version.

Well, what makes Google Chrome different from other web browsers?
Let me list out Google Chrome’s features that other traditional browsers don’t have :-
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Google Chrome Web Browser Brief Review

How To Disable Firefox 3.0 Smart Location Bar

Friday 20 June 2008 @ 1:24 pm

Entering the second day after Firefox 3.0 was released, mixed feedback was heard. Personally, I am satisfied with Firefox 3.0, except the Smart Location Bar, or so called Awesome Bar. I don’t like the autocomplete nature of this Smart Location Bar, as it lists out the possible bookmarked site or previously visited sites while I’m typing in the address. I know the purpose is to save my time and hassle to type the whole address but it’s annoying me more than helping because I need to choose from some irrelevant results listed. I guess some Firefox users who used Firefox 2.0 before the upgrade will feel the same too.

Disable Firefox 3.0 Smart Location Bar

If you are thinking of disabling this Smart Location Bar from automatically listing, do some tweaking to Firefox 3 then.

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How To Disable Firefox 3.0 Smart Location Bar

New Opera 9.5 Is Here Too!

Thursday 19 June 2008 @ 8:46 pm

I’ve just upgrade my Opera web browser. What about you? In fact, Opera 9.5 was released on June 12, 2008, a few days before the release of Firefox 3.

Opera 9.5

Within the first 5 days of this new version available, Opera 9.5 has received more than 4.7 million downloads. Pretty impressive I would say, but it’s just about half of the download total Firefox 3 received in 1 single day! The total download for Firefox is now surpassing 11 millions downloads worldwide.

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New Opera 9.5 Is Here Too!

Lecture Fox for Free University Lectures

Thursday 5 June 2008 @ 5:13 pm

Price of petrol in Malaysia is officially raised to RM2.70 today from the previous RM1.92. It’s a whooping 40.6% increase overnight! So, it’s time to start spending more time at home than driving on the road.

Well, other than earning from home we can also learn from home. Check out Lecture Fox for free lectures from various universities around the world, many from the famous MIT, Harvard, etc!

Lecture Fox

You get to read the notes of most the lectures, some you may even find lecture audio or video in it!

I think now I have 1 more reason to stay at home sitting in front of the PC despite I am too old to be a student. :D

Microsoft’s Web-Based Office Application

Wednesday 3 October 2007 @ 4:15 am

After quite some time Google launched its Google Docs & Spreadsheets, Microsoft finally unveiled its web-based office application called Microsoft Office Live Workspace today. Basically, it a web-based feature of Microsoft Office that lets people access their Office documents online and share their the documents with others.

Microsoft Office Live Workspace

I would say Microsoft Office Live Workspace is almost identical to Google Docs & Spreadsheets but with a number of limitations. There is only 250 megabytes of storage allocated for each account, or space to keep over 1,000 Office documents. The system requirement for Microsoft Office Live Workspace is as the following :-

  • Internet Explorer 6.0 or later on Windows XP, Windows Server 2003 and Windows Vista
  • Firefox 2.0 on Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, and Windows Vista
  • Firefox 2.0 on Mac OS X 10.2.x and later

No information on how it will run in a Unix system though.

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Microsoft’s Web-Based Office Application

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