Kevin on September 14th, 2011

Google just launched Google Flight Search, and although the service is promising, there are a few issues to be worked out. Embedded within Google Maps, the service returns flight search results instantly. You can easily set search parameters, and navigating the interface is fairly intuitive. That’s the good news. The bad? I happen to be […]

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Kevin on June 21st, 2011

I recently received an invitation to Google’s Music Beta – its cloud-based music storage service that lets you store up to 20,000 songs, regardless of origin, for free. Once uploaded, you can listen to your music on any Setting up Music Beta couldn’t be much simpler; if you wish, you can opt to receive free […]

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Have you ever forgotten where you saved a file on your computer or network drive? When you’ve tried to locate such a file, have you been completely underwhelmed by the Windows search feature?  Google Desktop harnesses the power of Google’s indexing and applies it to your documents, music, images, email (Gmail, Outlook, Thunderbird), contacts, web […]

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Kevin on March 8th, 2011

At times, necessity is indeed the mother of invention, or in this case, substitution.  I ran into an issue with Firefox a couple of weeks ago whereby it refused to launch.  I’ll spare you the laundry list of things I did to remedy the situation; the important thing is the fact that while I was […]

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Kevin on August 31st, 2010

A way to help you manage Gmail overload, Google Priority Inbox begins its rollout today.  Read about it at Fast Company here:  Google Priority Inbox Soothes Email-Overload Stress

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Kevin on January 22nd, 2010

Another option for storing (and sharing) files online, for free (basically – read on for details).   Google & Gmail users:  Google Docs has made “Upload any file” available.  When signed in, click on “My Account,” then select “Docs.”  You’ll see an introductory message like this: Using the service is intuitive and easy.  You’ll have the […]

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Kevin on October 7th, 2009

Here’s one of the simplest explanations I’ve found yet: Of course I’m still waiting for an invitation as well…  you?

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