If you use Google Reader’s list view (instead of expanded), you want to scan headlines and selectively mark several items as read without having to expand them–and a new Greasemo... Read more
“I put my Kindle in a one-gallon Ziploc bag, and it works beautifully. Itâ€™s much better than a physical book, because obviously if you put your physical book in a Ziploc bag you canâ... Read more
See whether or not your ISP’s DNS server is faster or slower than other alternatives like OpenDNS or Google Public DNS with Namebench. This free benchmarking tool pits your current DNS... Read more
Now that both Google Public DNS and OpenDNS offer an alternative, public DNS services anyone can opt to use instead of their service provider’s DNS servers, the question is: how do you... Read more
Yesterday on This Week in Google while I was complaining that Google’s acquisition of EtherPad should have been handled much more gracefully–by, you know, notifying EtherPad user... Read more
Today Google launches their new public DNS service, which aims to speed up the time it takes for your browser to find web sites. To use it, set your DNS server address to 126.96.36.199–a luc... Read more
Finally got to try out the developer version of Google Chrome OS (Chromium OS) on my Asus Eee PC today. Booting from a USB drive is a much faster experience than running it in a virtual mach... Read more
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