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Google Logo for Valentine’s Day

Happy Valentine's Day!

February 14, 2009 at 2:22 pm Leave a comment

From FeedBurner to Google Migration

People migrate from one place to another and now its time for your feeds if you are using feedburner’s services. You need to migrate your feeds to google servers by 28th Feb’09. If you don’t do that, you will no longer be able to access your account at http://www.feedburner.com, and your feeds will either begin returning a “404 Not Found” response or a “301 Moved” response back to your source feed.

The official announcement can be viewed here: https://www.google.com/support/feedburner/bin/answer.py?answer=126303#q11

One of the major change is that you need to have a valid google account to migrate your feeds to Google.

January 19, 2009 at 3:37 am 1 comment

New way to Search on Google – SearchWiki

Google has announded that now the google users, once signed in, can customize search by re-ranking, deleting, adding, and commenting on search results. With just a single click you can move the results you like to the top or add a new site. You can also write notes attached to a particular site and remove results that you don’t feel belong. These modifications will be shown to you every time you do the same search in the future.

November 21, 2008 at 7:24 am Leave a comment

Gmail, Google Apps Gets Voice and Video Chat

Google has announced that the Gmail and Google Apps would support Voice and Video Chat.

Download the plug-in: http://mail.google.com/videochat

November 12, 2008 at 3:42 am Leave a comment

Google Apps

Yesterday I registered for Google Apps. I had to book a domain too. Google Apps Standard Edition offers that too. It took less than 10 minutes for me to book my domain and get live with my email pop3/IMAP mails.

Google Apps is currently charging 10 USD for domain booking whereas networksolutions is charging 9 USD. The benefit of registering your domain with google is that it comes pre-configured with Google Apps. In the other case, you need to make CNAME changes.

All in all it was a good experience.

November 8, 2008 at 7:56 pm Leave a comment

Gmail – How can I tell if a message was sent to just me or to a mailing list?

Gmail displays arrows, or ‘personal level indicators,’ next to messages in your inbox so you can tell if a message was addressed to you, a group, or a mailing list. A single arrow (>) appears next to a message when it is sent to you, and a group of others. Double arrows (>>) indicate that a message is addressed only to you. Arrows won’t appear next to messages sent to a mailing list.Here’s how to enable personal level indicators:

  1. Sign in to Gmail.
  2. Click Settings at the top of any Gmail page.
  3. Select Show indicators in the Personal level indicators: section, and click Save Changes. (If you’d like to disable personal level indicators, just select No indicators and click Save Changes.)

November 8, 2008 at 6:57 pm Leave a comment


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