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  • fingersnaps 6:03 pm on October 14, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: application, crash, freeze, program, restore   

    Restart Your Crashed Program with Application Manager 

    “Application Manager”, restarts any program that crashes http://twurl.nl/g21rqt

     
  • fingersnaps 6:01 pm on October 14, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: bit torrent, bt, bt download, download, torrent   

    Find Torrents with TorrentFly 

    TorrentFly, hope it rocks….

     
  • fingersnaps 2:45 pm on August 26, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , twitter backup   

    Back Up Your Tweets to CSV File with Tweetake 

    Being a big fan of Twitter myself and spending time on it almost everyday, it’s good to know that there’s a tool to back up all my tweets. Event though it may never sound necessary, but “just in case” because you never know what’s going to happen, and all these tweets may be meaningful or useful to someone who twitters everyday. Start backing up your tweets now on a regular basis, you heavy twitterer!

    [via Lifehacker (tweetake)]

    [update]

    My first try of the service wasn’t successful and got the following error, however, the 2nd time got me what I wanted….

     
  • fingersnaps 1:31 pm on August 21, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: youtube   

    Top 10 Youtube Hacks 

    Lifehacker has wrapped up a top 10 Youtube hacks @ http://twurl.nl/sub38n Good stuff!

    [via Lifehacker]

     
  • fingersnaps 3:56 am on July 9, 2008 Permalink | Reply  

    Be More Productive With Your Social Media Life With Flock 

    Got couple of things I’d like to make a note of today, I think I’ll start off with “Flock”, a social media friendly browser, that’s designed to make your social media life more productive.
     If you are an active user of various social media services out there, such as Facebook, or twitter, you might already be using this social-specific browser. It’s a browser that’s built on top of the open source “Firefox” code and it’s nicely integrated with all these popular social media services as part of its user interface.
    In summary, it allows you to manage multiple of your social networking service accounts, get updated, blog with its built-in blog tool, upload photos to service providers like Flickr, or Picasa, manage your RSS feeds and your online bookmarks. 
    It is sure a must-have app to me and if you wanna get productive, be sure to check out Flock. It’s free download for Windows, Mac and Linux.

    * Maybe I’ll write up a more detail review later once I get familiar with it 

    [via Lifehacker

     
  • fingersnaps 9:29 am on June 30, 2008 Permalink | Reply  

    Multiple Google accounts, login with one browser, simultaneously 

    I am a big fan of various services provided by Google and I do own multiple Google accounts for different purposes. Now that I’m keeping up a blog through Blogger, I find it’s a little annoying not being able to retrieve my emails through one account, organize photos and blog through the others all at the same time.

    Did a quick search today on Google and spotted various workarounds for it. Yes, workarounds as they weren’t really a solution that allows me to manage multiple Google accounts for different services all at the same time with one application. Creating multiple browser profiles or open up different browsers just isn’t satisfying. I finally found this Firefox add-on called “CookiePie” that does just what I wanted. Luckily, I happened to be a Firefox user!

    What it does is to allow you to maintain different cookies storage through different Firefox tabs or windows at the same time! So, you can login one account under tab 1 and the other under tab 2. This doesn’t just work with Google, but also your other accounts from Yahoo!, Windows Live, or AOL. Just when I was going to download and install this baby, it says “Windows” and “Linux” Only…. Again, lack of support for Mac users. (I am one of the victims) Although some claim it works fine on their Macs, but it didn’t work for me. Not sure if it’s because I am running Firefox 3 as it doesn’t state on the website that this extension is Firefox 3 compatible, but no “incompatible” warning after I installed it though. Anyways, look forward to the newer version and the compatibility for the Mac.

    For anyone doesn’t run a Mac or just wanna give it a try, get a piece of your pie Here

     
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