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Daily Photo Logging with Google+

Last week Google+ launched a major redesign, unfortunately the Google+ API didn’t change and is still read-only. That means there’s no way for apps like Instagram, Twitter and news readers to publish to Google+. It’s a big obstacle because that means users can only add new items to Google+ by used one of the Google+ […]

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The Whole Thing

The idea that Apple’s experiences from creating the iPhone and iPad have gone full circle to influence their laptops and operating system are pretty compelling. The interesting part about it is that it was only because they managed all parts of the product that this was possible. If Apple didn’t make their laptops, they [conceivably] […]

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Helveti-Everything

I’ve known about Helvetimail and Helvetical for a while, but it’s not until I got a Mac and started using Fluid a bit that applying the scripts to get them to work was really practical for me. Here’s a list of the Helveti sites online for you to apply to: Gmail – http://www.josefrichter.com/helvetimail/ Google Calendar – http://www.iamadtaylor.com/helvetical/ […]

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Trust is the most important currency online. Jonathan Rosenberg, Senior Vice President, Product Management, Google – http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2009/12/meaning-of-open.html

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Google Is Making Their Own Netbooks In this video about how Chromium OS will boot quickly (at around 2:35), the speaker mentions “we’re also using solid state storage devices… not hard disk drives” and how that will let Google Chrome OS load much faster. My question is how would Google know what sort of hard […]