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AdsMinded WordPress Adsense Theme With Widgets!

Wednesday 11 June 2008 @ 7:41 pm

It’s been so long since I last updated my AdsMinded WordPress Theme. My Apologies.

Today, I’m rolling out the widgetized version of AdsMinded for both AdsMinded Original and AdsMinded Wide layouts. With this new version, you are now able to add advertisers’ codes into the ready-made widgets resides in sidebar, centerbar, squarebar & header. There is no need to mess with the template codes anymore! See picture below for better illustration.

AdsMinded WordPress Theme Widgetized

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AdsMinded WordPress Adsense Theme With Widgets!

Gmail Promised To Give More Space

Monday 15 October 2007 @ 1:04 pm

GmailMy personal Gmail account was running out of space before I did a massive clean up couple weeks ago, by deleting all emails with large attachments.

Well, now I’m expecting such problem will not occur again after this official news from Gmail blog. At the moment, Gmail storage is ever increasing as part of their “Infinity+1” storage plan. Now Gmail is going to speed up the counter and giving out more free storage as time passes by. In other words, it simply means you’ll be rewarded with more and more storage space in every second, every minute and everyday!

Hopefully, your Gmail account will not run out of space unless your rate of using the email storage is faster than the rate of Gmail increase their storage space. :D

Nokia Focus On Mobile Map Navigation

Friday 5 October 2007 @ 2:58 am

Nokia is going full force into expanding their mobile mapping service by offering to buy US-based Navteq for a massive US$8.1billion. Navteq is a company which develops digital maps for the car industry, satellite navigation devices, internet-based mapping applications and solutions for the government and business markets.

Early this year, Nokia rolled out their mobile mapping service called Smart2go. I even have a post about the review of Smart2Go, which was done by a reader of mine, Hafiz Ismail.

Nokia Mobile Mapping Service

“The navigation area is a fast-growing business, and with location-based services expanding rapidly into mobile communications devices, the industry is poised for even further growth,” Nokia said in a statement.

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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

Happy 9th Birthday, Google!

Friday 28 September 2007 @ 11:56 am

I am a few hours late to wish Google their 9th birthday. In fact, I saw the change of their search logo in the midnight yesterday.

Google 9th Birthday

2 years ago, I wished them Happy Birthday on September 9th 2005, which was 2 days late from their actual birth date on September 7th that time of year.

Somehow this year the celebration of Google birthday is delayed until the end of September. So, now I am confused which date is their actual birthday.

The exact date when we celebrate our birthday has moved around over the years, depending on when people feel like having cake.

Anyhow, Happy Birthday Google!!

Foxkeh, Mascot For Firefox Promotions In Japan

Wednesday 19 September 2007 @ 4:11 pm

I’m not sure have you guys come across this cute little fox.

Hi Everyone, I am Foxkeh.

Let’s meet Foxkeh, the mascot of Mozilla Japan! This little fox was named Foxkeh after FIREFOX and SUKE, the suffix of common boy’s name in Japan.

It was created a Mozilla Japan staff for Firefox promotion in Japan but it is not a mascot character of the Mozilla Firefox. Hence, it will not appear either in the default theme or icons of the Firefox. It’s a pity Foxkeh is not made as th official mascot because it’s uniqueness truly represents Firefox in my opinion.

Foxkeh has become more popular since its appearance in last September. Even it’s now available as a Spread Firefox! affiliate banner.

If you are not using Firefox for web browsing, I would highly recommend you to start using Firefox as your default web browser.

Foxkeh banners for Firefox 2

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