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Two reasons why I switched to the Chrome browser

July 5, 2010


I had downloaded Chrome for months and never heavily used it. I was a loyal Firefox user for years. Now, I will be using Chrome. It’s not that Firefox or Safari is bad. But I like Chrome for a couple of reasons: 1. It is faster. When I use it on a PC or a […]

FREE – Download the Google Pac-Man Game

June 14, 2010


Remember that doodle ¬†from Google that was a playable Pac-Man game. You can download it and play it on your computer Windows or Mac. The programming website Stack Overflow came up with a way to extract the doodle and has made it publicly available. You can download it at GitHub for free. Note: You will […]

Make Your Own Google Super Bowl ad

April 20, 2010


I thought the Google Super Bowl ad was very nice and much parodied. So Google has set up a YouTube page designed for users to create their own Google Search ad. Now, it is not as slick as they Super Bowl ad. But it gets the point across. Type your Google searches (you can use […]

Google allows you to make an RSS feed to any webpage

March 16, 2010


So you do not need to have an RSS feed button to tell you that a website has changed. Google allows you make an RSS feed for any webpage and will inform you if something changes in that page. These custom feeds are most useful if you want to be alerted whenever a specific page […]

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 […]

Freedom!!! Free your data

October 6, 2009


This tip comes from the Google Data Liberation Front. If you currently have all of your information in Yahoo! Mail, you can to move it over to Google. Because this is a new team, they are still working on other services. However, you can expect more tips on migrating data over to Google AND how […]