[Mac only] Mac users who are using Mac OS X Leopard’s Time Machine as a backup mechanism will initially find it a great way to prevent data loses. However taking the fact that Time Machine backups your Mac very frequent (every hour), you’ll end up getting your external harddisk running … Continue reading »
The new WordPress 2.5 is great, especially it’s new approached used to handle images upload. However some WordPress users might encounter problems uploading images, getting stucked with error messages similar to the following: HTTP error An error occurred in the upload. Please try again later.
If you have not claim your Twitted feed in Technorati, perhaps it’s time to do so now. Folks at Blogherald reported that Technorati is now indexing Twitter feed. By claiming your Twitter page in Technorati, tweets will then be indexed and you bet they will then appear in Technorati search … Continue reading »
If you are regular Facebook who live and die by replying Facebook messages, checking on your friends’ profiles, updates and photos, etc, here’s a Firefox plugin for Facebook you should really look at. The Firefox Facebook plugin make accessing to most Facebook functions within 1 click, that includes: Login to … Continue reading »
As much as Spam folders are helping us to filter irrelevant and spam mails from showing on our Inbox, sometimes it’s just not safe to put an assumption that it’ll work perfectly without flaws. In the end of the day, the intelligence is still based on codes and algorithms. Taking … Continue reading »
[Windows only] If you’ve come across problem of forgetting your password to Windows XP Professional on the login screen or perhaps fear one day you would, then the following method is for you. Win XP Professional comes with a recovery method where it allows you to create a password reset … Continue reading »
WhereIsMe is a web identity aggregator. It allows you, your readers or anyone who’s possibly been stalking you to view all your activities in one single page. And by activities, I mean your Twitter tweets Facebook statuses, notes Blog feeds Flickr and Netflix photos, Digged content, del.icio.us bookmarks and more.
Online photo editing services like Picnik, Fauxto, FotoFlexer, etc are slowing gaining popularity among web users. For those who wants just some simple alteration to their photos, its a good news; for those who don’t own a copy of licensed Photoshop that’s greater news. Adobe Photoshop today flex their mucles … Continue reading »
[Mac only] Are you eager to try out the latest Firefox 3 beta but not ready to give up on your Firefox 2 yet? Normally when a new version of Firefox gets installed, it’ll replace the current version in the machine and it practically makes reverting a tedious task. Here’s … Continue reading »
After RC1 (Release Candidate 1), WordPress today released RC2 for WordPress 2.5. That means we are getting closer and closer to the official release. If you’ve previously installed RC1 and tested it, you should noticed there’s a major change in terms of the admin dashboard interface. In RC2, Matt Mullenweg … Continue reading »