Browsing All Posts published on »November, 2009«

Scan the Junk Folder in Gmail for any Important Emails

November 18, 2009


From Digital Inspiration: They gives some tips on how to scan your GMail spam folder for misdirected messages. I don’t really have any issues with it. But I tried searching for in:spam to:me “yourname” and it did not find anything. GMail seems to be better than other web-based email in detecting spam.

How Google can tell when you are sitting in traffic

November 16, 2009


  If you have Google Maps for Mobile on your GPS-enabled cell phone, you can get an up-to-date traffic report. Of course, it would assume that everyone drive would have this enabled on their phones. But this Google Mobile post explains how Google gathers and gets this information to your phone.

How to create a Public Google Wave

November 13, 2009


Cliffs Notes version: 1. Create a new contact:; In your Contacts panel, it should look like this: 2. Add that contact to any Wave you wish to make public.  

Best Screencasts/Videos for WordPress users

November 5, 2009


Online video has really become the new instruction manual. I am a fan of the WordPress blogging platform (obviously).¬†For WordPress users, gives you great videos for how to use your WordPress account. It is good for experts and novices. So everyone who use the self-hosted version or the version will benefit from this […]

How to Add MyBlogList Tracker to my Blogger page?

November 3, 2009


They do not really tell you. I looked for a good 5 to 10 minutes for that Open/Close thing in the template . But I found that all you need to ad the tracker to your sidebar. Copy it into the Widget “HTML/Javascript” and save it into your blog. MyBlogList found it almost immediately. By […]

Get your blog indexed by Google in 24 hours

November 1, 2009


I admit. I am not great at SEO. I do not really worry too much about it. I focus on content, but pay some attention to getting on the first page of a Google Search. But for me, it’s hit or miss. One site make it to the top of the first page of your […]