Google Services – part 4

gMail certainly changed email management. Having been straddled with measly 2 MB mailboxes, unless you chose to host them professionally or used ISP-of-the-day provided mail boxes. Then if you did use ISP mail boxes, you had to worry about forwarding, etc. Seriously,...

Google services – part 1

This is part 1 of a series of upcoming posts on Google Services. Lets start with Google Search. We all live by Google Search. They certainly revolutionized search. Arguably live.com is the step in the right direction, as far as search is concerned. I have found...

OpenDNS: Feature Addon

With OpenDNS, you can create shortcuts that let you type something easy-to-remember into your address bar and leap straight where you want to go. Shortcuts are a cool way to use a short word for a long address. For OpenDNS users, this speedy navigation is one more...

Remember IM Password: NEVER!

Even if it’s your private computer. Mind you, MessenPass fits on your USB drive and does not require installation. So if you are into IM and in a habit of saving your password, you are at high risk with this application. MessenPass is a free password cracking...

Breaking News: Yahoo Mail Unlimited

John Kremer blogs this breaking news! To celebrate it’s 10 year anniversary, Yahoo Mail will begin offering everyone unlimited email storage May 2007 onwards. My birthday is also in May! Yahoo!!! Yahoo! has come a long way. Their blog gives a quick snapshot:...