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Category: technology

Swiftfox – a faster Mozilla Firefox

Mozilla’s Firefox browser has become heavier and heavier with recent builds. Well, it is either that, or maybe there are issues with some of the plugins I use with Firefox – but the end result is that startup load times have gone up dramatically, and performance with 8-9 tabbed panes open is very sluggish. So, […]

Yahoo Mail Beta

I logged onto Yahoo Mail’s web interface today, and got a pleasant surprise. After agreeing to test the new Beta Mail, I was asked if I wanted to configure an alias/secondary email to my already existing $firstname@yahoo.com address – and was taken to a neat looking new interface. What I like with about the new […]

Apples to do Windows now

Now why did Apple do THIS? Windows on the Apple sounds great. Meaning to buy a the new MacBook Pro.. if/when They get clued and name it something more appealing than MacBook Pro The new models have more USB connection options Newer models of the MacBook with FAR better specs are released

MeasureMap site tracking

I got an invite from MeasureMap yesterday and integrated the javascript into the theme code. Involves inserting their javascript tracking code into the header, comments and page files. The process is pretty much hand-held, what with MeasureMap giving large screenshots of where exactly in the page code their javascript needs to be embedded. I had […]

a new notebook – B1803TU

After a little bit of research, I finally decided on what notebook I am going to get.. in the next week or so. It is a Compaq Presario B1803TU. Here are a couple of pics. The specs of the laptop in decreasing order of my selection criteria are : Weight – 1.85 kgs Processor – […]

Netvibes and Ajax

Netvibes is a nice little ajax enabled website. Allows you to add newsfeeds – from its own list of feeds, or any custom RSS/Atom feeds of your choice. In addition, you can maintain web-notes, a Weather box courtesy of Weather.com , websearches from Google, MSN, Yahoo and Wikipedia, and RSS feed from your GMail account. […]