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Saturday, December 11, 2010

RPG Metanoia - First Philippine Animated Movie

 let us kindly support our first ever animated movie - RPG Metanoia

Proud to be Filipino!






Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Linux Mint 10 RC Julia Full Review

After a thorough use and testing of Linux Mint 10 32Bit RC Julia for quite sometime now I made the following observation enjoy!

I would like to start my review with a simple phrase I think best represent Linux Mint Julia 32bit - “Simply Amazing and Functional!”, the choice of icons for each and every application was a true knowledge of expertise and maturity! Indeed it was a sight so refreshing.

Let's do a top to bottom review of application installed with new features:

starting from accessories:
    The search files is not oozing with accuracy things that I did not see with the past version of Linux Mint

Graphics
    One application that got me smiling is the addition of Gimp! A simply right thing to do.

Sunday, November 7, 2010

Linux Mint 10 RC 32bit (Julia) Review


Installation
    as a newbie ( I think I am), the most frightening step is how to install a Linux Distribution! That's it plain and simple but for Linux Mint 10 Julia it was a breeze somewhat walking in the park the only annoyance I can consider is the initial screen where in it ask me to connect to the net prior to installation and for me it something unusual for such early stage of the installation process, nonetheless I opted not to connect for the time being and went on to the installation, the drive partitioning couldn't be easier like the one Julia offered! And for that it's a 9

Saturday, November 6, 2010

Linux Mint Isadora – the conclusion

Test Areas:

  1. Installation
  2. Hardware Detection
  3. Look & Feel
  4. Applications
  5. Package Management
after almost insanely testing, using and configuring Isadora, I made the following honest observation;


Wednesday, November 3, 2010

The Battle for the right Linux Distribution for my Emachine D730

For so long now many comment and reviews have been written, all pointing to the hostility of Acer Emachine towards the free and open source operating system or as we call it Linux Distribution! Since it would fun and informative on my part to actually disprove such accusation I decided to do a simple experiment with my acer Emachine D730.

For all the laptop (3) we bought it was always an Emachine laptop why? Well aside that its practical, it cater to the needs of my family, the specification can be line-up with some of the heavyweight in the business with some spare to loose so to speak, and for having a local branch here in our area that will/may/can service our unit in-case of something weird happen along the way.

Well enough with the unending saga of why Emachine, lets go on with the result of my simple review  for my Perfect Linux Flavor for my Emachine, first the following Linux Distribution where all tested;

Sunday, October 10, 2010

My Emachine D730 and Isadora experience

I have been in the teaching profession long enough to explore and try many Open Source Application and Linux Distribution as well, I think when I left college Linux is still under incubation period. And we where already expose to the political and marketing arm of the would be World PC Kidnapper as far as operating system is concern.

    I for example was already using MS Windows 95 long before I knew Linux exist or Linus Torvalds for that matter, and I may say I'm quite good at it (using Bill Gates OS) and mind you the primary factor I could think of launching this piece of software from the ground up to its pedastal now is, the ease of use! I mean we must admit it using any variant of MS Operating System (excluding 3.1 and Win95) can be recognized as user friendly (newbie) all the time if not most of the time. And being one of the recipient, I would not proudly say yes, it is user friendly!

Friday, September 24, 2010

Contest: Show me your oldest photo!


Photo: Family Picture Taken days before the EDSA Revolution, before my father was called back to manila. 
as one the many aide of then President Marcos.
I'm the boy on the left.
Date: February 15-21, 1986

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

YugaTech Contest: Show me your PC, win 1TB!

YugaTech Contest: Show me your PC, win 1TB!

Thursday, April 1, 2010

Survival Straps Survival Bracelet

 
 
 

Rovio - WiFi Roaming Bot

 

moodINQ - Programmable Tattoo System

How many people do you know who regret their tattoo? You grow up, you dump (or get dumped), or maybe you picked a tattoo "artist" that learned their craft in prison using ballpoint pens and a sharpened paper clip. At that point, your choices are: deal with it, get it covered up, or get shot with lasers to take it off. And nobody wants to go for a job interview only to be given the evil eye because you're a little more inked than the current employees! Body modification discrimination is a sad fact of life.
What do you do when you want a tattoo but don't want the commitment of permanent ink? The moodInq system is a breakthrough in tattoo technology, using a skin-safe proprietary E ink encapsulated pigment system that lasts a lifetime but can be configured to display any design (or none!) to suit your mood.

11 most expensive domain names

 10 most expensive domain names according to Mr. Internet are:

  1. vodka.com
  2. toys.com
  3. casino.com
  4. israel.com
  5. beer.com
  6. diamond.com
  7. business.com
  8. porn.com
  9. fund.com
  10. sex.com
  11. insure.com
i just hope Mr. Internet included my blog http://eonzerimar.blogspot.com

Monday, March 8, 2010

Kung sa panahon ngayon na isa ka nang botante, sino sa tingin mong nararapat na mamuno sa ating bansa?

Name :Princess V. Cuchapin
Grade : Vl
Age :12 yrs. old
School :San Francisco E/S

Para sa akin ang nararapat na mamuno sa ating bansa ay si Noynoy Aquino dahil gayon palang nakikita kung sa kanya na kayaniyang paunlaranin ang ating bansa.


Name: Ella Mae M. Garbiel
Grade: V
Age: 10 year old
School: Tolega Sur Elementary School

Noynoy Aquino, kasi marami na siyang natulungan.

Name :Giselle O. Caranto
Yr & Section :VI-1
Age : 12 year old
School :Coral Elementary School

Una kong gagawin ay maglingkod ng marangal at tumulong sa nangangailangan.

Name : Angela L. Ramiterre
Grade & Section : VI-A
Age : 13
School :Pinasling Central Elementary School
Pinasling, Gerona, Tarlac

Si Noynoy Aquino dahil subok na ang kanilang pamilya at dahil sa nagawa ng kanyang ina.



Name : Jern ether Enriquez
Grade & Section : III-A
Age: 9
School : Magaspac , Elem. School
Gerona, Tarlac

Si Manny Villar, kasi siya't isang matulunging tao at higit sa lahat mataas ang kanyang karunungan. Upang gawing medyo mabuti ang bayan.

Pangalan: Diana Joyce A. Tacmo
Edad: 11 gulang
Baitang: VI
Paaralan: Sta. Maria Elementary School
Sta. Maria, Moncada, Tarlac

Si Manny Villar po, syempre sabi niya iaahon niya tayo sa hirap at naniniwala po ako dun dahil dati din siyang mahirap.

Name : Aira Rivera
Grade & Section :IV
Age : 9
School :Pacpaco Elemetary School
Pacpaco San Manuel Taarlac

Para sa akin si Manny Villar Dahil alanm ko na mabuti ang kanyang hangarin.

Name :Jayvee Garcia
Grade & Section :4
Age : 10
School :Carbonel Elem. School
Carbonel Gerona Tarlac

Noynoy Aquino dahil sitya ay mabait at matulungin

Name : Elizabeth Yacial
Grade & Section : VI - B
Age : 11 yrs. old
School : Tagumbao Elementary School
Tagumbao, Gerona, Tarlac

Noynoy Aquino dahilsiya ang nararapat na maging Presidente.


Name : Jho Moises Gragasin
Grade & Section  : VI - A
Age : 12
School : Tagumbao Elementary School
Tagumbao, Gerona, Tarlac

Para sa akin si Manny Villar dahil alam kong hindi siya mangungurakot.

Name : Rachel Joy V. Gundayao
Grade & Section  : VI - Red
Age : 12
School : Marian School of Gerona Incorporated
Poblacion 3, Gerona, Tarlac

Si Manny Villar dahil tutulungan niyang umangat sa buhay ang mga mahihirap, dahil alm niya ang buhay mahirap kaya tutulungan niya ang mga dating katulad niya.

Name : Analiza S. Dugay
Grade & Section  : IV - A
Age : 10
School : Tagumbao Elementary School
Tagumbao, Gerona, Tarlac

Noynoy dahil sa nakikita ko kaya niyang baguhin ang ating bansa ng maayos. Sa tingin ko ay hindi lang pangako kundi pawang katotohanan.

Name : Analiza S. Dugay
Grade & Section  : IV - A
Age : 10
School : Tagumbao Elementary School
Tagumbao, Gerona, Tarlac

Noynoy dahil sa nakikita ko kaya niyang baguhin ang ating bansa ng maayos. Sa tingin ko ay hindi lang pangako kundi pawang katotohanan.

Name :Rose may P . Tresenio
Yr & Section :V-Humility
Age :11
School :GECSI
Gerona Tarlac

Gusto ko si Manny Villar kasi madami na siyang natulongan sa ating bansa.

Name :Hanna Patricia M. Cortez
Yr & Section :V-Humility
Age :11
School :GECSI
Gerona Tarlac

Para saken si Noy noy kasi siya ay mabait at matapang

Name :Mariel Revuelta
Yr & Section :V-Humility
Age :10
School :GECSI
Gerona Tarlac

Si Dick Gordon kasi aalisin nya ang corruption.

Name :Acel Joy Villegas
Yr & Section :V-Humility
Age :11
School :GECSI
Gerona Tarlac

Si Noynoy kasi nanin iwala ako na magiging katulad xa ng kanyang mga magulang na maprinsipyo.

Name :Jessie Palisoc
Yr&Section :V-Humility
Age :11
Scool :GECSI
Address of School: Gerona Tarlac

Kung isa akong botante ibobto ko si noy noy kasi para saken isa siyang magandang halimbawa

Name :Jeanneth C. Millo
Grade & Section :6
Age: 12
School: Maungib Elementary School
Maungib, Pura,Tarlac

Si Villar dahil alam ko na siya ang mag-aahon ng kahirapn at alam ko rin na siya ay may malasakit sa ibang tao.


Name: Emily M. Bulatao
Grade & Section: 5
Age:
School :Maungib elem. School
Maungib, Pura, Tarlac

Si Manny Villar dahil may punto siya nung sinabi niyang napagdaanan na niya ang totoong hirap ng buhay, ibig sabihin alam na niya ang totoong nangyayari at kong ano ang dapat na gawin.kaya kong matino talaga siya siguradong magiging maayos ang buhay ng mga mahihirap.


Name: Maria Angela L. Cortes
Grade & Section :4
Age : 9
School :Pura Community School
Pob. # 3, Pura, Tarlac

Sa tingin ko si Gibo, Dahil sya ay may galing at talino at kaya nyang masalusyunan ang mga problema ng ating bansa.

Name: Dexter C. Gamboa
Grade & Section: 4
Age: 9
School :Linao Primary School
Linao, Pura, Tarlac

Si Gibo dahil may galing at talino

Name :Geraldine C. Guzman
Grade & Section: 3
Age: 8
School: Maungib Elementary School
Maungib Pura Tarlac


Si Manny Villiar po ang nais kong at sa tingin ko kaya niyang tustusan ang mga npangangailangan at gastusin upang mawala ang corruption


Name :Marry Anne A. Guzman
Grade & Section: 2
Age: 9
School:Don. Teodorico Pascual Primary School
Cadanglaan, Pura, tarlac

Ang sa tingin ko si manny villar dahil meron syang kakayahan upang pamunuan nya ang ating bansa aat matigilan ang corruption


Name: Daniela Kaye C. Quismorio
Grade & Section:1
Age: 6
School :Don Teodorico Pascual Primary School
Cadanglaan, Pura, tarlac

Villar dahil sagot ng kahirapan


Name: Jerrie Rose R. Macaspac
Grade / Section : V - Earth
Age: 11 yrs. old
School: Demetrio F. Nagtalon Elementary School
Tubectubang, Moncada, Tarlac

Si Gibo Teodoro, o kaya si Noynoy Aquino, Dahil Parang mas gusto ko silang maging mamuno sa ating bansa. Mas maalis ang mga corruption.


Name: Honey B. Fajardo
Grade / Section: VI - A
Age: 12
School: Demetrio F. Nagtalon Elementary School
Tubectubang, Moncada, Tarlac

an gusto kong maging pangulo ay yung matapat na maglingkod at hindi nangungurakot at si Noynoy iyon.
Dahil alam ko na kayang-kaya niyang maging pangulo ng pilipinas.


Name: Aries N. Valenton
Grade / Section: VI - Jupiter
Age: 12
School: Demetrio F. Nagtalon Elementary School
Tubectubang, Moncada, Tarlac

Si Noyno Aquino, dahil sa tingin ko siya ang babago ng byhay nating mga pilipino at sa hindi siya mangurakot.


Name: May Antonette Baliola
Grade / Section: VI - Jupiter
Age: 11
School: Demetrio F. Nagtalon Elementary School
Tubectubang, Moncada, Tarlac

Ang sa tingin ko ay si Noynoy Aquino kasi ito ay nagbibigay ng kaunlaran sa ating bansa.a

Name: Giolano Alenjandria
Grade / Section: VI - Opal
Age: 12
School: Holy Child School
Pob. # 1, Gerona, Tarlac

Noynoy Aquino, Dahil nangako siyang hindi siya magnanakaw

Name : Devon Fabros
Yr & Section : VI-A
Age: 14
School : Pinasling Central Elem. School
Pinasling, Gerona, Tarlac

Para sa akin po si Sen. Noynoy aquino dahil mula nuon hanggang ngaun buo ang loob niya sa serbisyo at walang korapsiyon sa bansa.

Name : Rhoda Ancheta
Yr & Section : IV-B
Age: 12
School : Pinasling Central Elem. School
Pinasling, Gerona, Tarlac

Noynoy Aquino,kaya niyang baguhin ang pangit na ekonomiya ng ating bansa

Name : Regine Facun
Yr & Section : VI-A
Age: 14
School : Pinasling Central Elem. School
Pinasling, Gerona, Tarlac

Gilbert Teodoro,Sa galing at husy sa pakikisama may mararating ang masang pilipino.

Name : Remelyn Saladaga
Yr & Section :VI-Pearl
Age: 13
School : Tagumbao Elementry School
Pinasling, Gerona, Tarlac

Ang iboboto ko ay si Manny Villar kasi madami na siyang natulungan na mahihirap.

Name : Axel Ace C. Abon
Grade & Section : IV Age : 9
School : Calamay Elementary School
Address of School : Villa, Moncada Tarlac


Noynoy dahil sya matapat sa mga tao.


Name : Aljon N. Tabong
Grade & Section : V Age : 11
School : Calamay Elementary School
Address of School : Villa, Moncada Tarlac

Manny Villar, dahil tumutulong sya sa mahirap at hindi sya marunong makipag-away.

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Sunday, February 7, 2010

YugaTech for Sports

Just like in sports especially in the field of basketball the player always do that magic!  Giving it out in the dying seconds; this school varsity was chance upon after the team pictorial and before their first round of hard court action for the Provincial Basketball tournament here in Tarlac. Not wasting the time I grab the opportunity to make them star and help me join in the contest!


YUGA caught on camera!

Lunch break for this accomplice was served hot, perspiring and comic when I asked (forced) them to help me deliver the message across the National highway in front of our school. Unwittingly they help me spell out the word for art (contest) sake, just try to focus harder on the word and you’ll see what their trying to spell.



And this is how we spell YUGA!

Friday, January 15, 2010

Halalan 2010 Paniqui Leadership forum for Mayor and Vice-mayor

The first leadership forum in the municipality of Paniqui - a peace loving town surrounded with great memories, pride and nationalism shall taste it's first ever Leadership Forum at exactly 7:00P.M. sharp tomorrow at the Paniqui Public Auditorium.



Spearheaded by St. Rose College Educational Foundation, Inc. a non-sectarian school located along national highway Ramon Dy Building, Brgy. Samput, Paniqui, Tarlac under the leadership of Rubylyn M. Dela Peña, Ed. D. (College Dean) and Mrs. Rosalina Dy ( school directress) decided to undertake such event in the hope of enlithening the voting population of Paniqui of what kind of a leader they're voting for, and for the studentry of the town's various Local Colleges (LC).

The said event shall be broadcast live by DZXT Tarlac, ABS-CBN Dagupan and GMA RNG as well as in the print media (TARLAC Forum) and the Paniqui LGU thru the effort of Dave, who shall do a live podcast of the event.

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

New Gmail Settings - like to be a Become a Gmail Ninja?

According to Gmail's Site there are 4 Gmail Ninja Belts these are White, Green, Black and Master! read on....


White belt: I get a few messages a day

  1. Use stars to indicate a note is special.

    Use stars to easily mark certain messages as important or indicate that you need to reply to them later. Try Superstars in Gmail Labs for more star options.

    Use stars to indicate a note is special.

  2. Reply by chat.

    Before you respond to an email, check the footer of the message to see if the other person is online. If they're available, you can save time by clicking "Reply by chat" and get them in real-time rather than over email.




    Reply by chat.

  3. Organize your email with labels.

    Labels do the work of folders, plus you can add more than one to a single message. Give important emails brightly colored labels, and you'll be able to scan your inbox and quickly find the good stuff.

    Organize your email with labels.

  4. Clean up your inbox using "Move to" -- it works just like folders.

    You can use the "Move to" button at the top of your inbox to easily move a message out of your inbox and add a label at the same time -- just as if you were moving it to a folder. If you have lots of labels, you can pick the one you want by typing the first couple characters and let auto-complete find the right one.

    Clean up your inbox using

  5. Search your mail instead of sorting.

    Instead of sorting by date or sender, you can enter keywords in the Gmail search box to find the exact message you're looking for. It works just like Google search: if you're looking for a message that contains the word "shopping," simply type shopping in the search box and press Search Mail.

    Search your mail instead of sorting.

  6. Archive messages to tidy up your inbox without deleting anything.

    Gmail gives you tons of free storage space so you can save everything you want. While messages in your trash get deleted after 30 days, archived messages are kept forever. Archiving messages moves them out of your inbox and into "All Mail" for safekeeping, so you can search for them later. It's like moving old email to a giant storage room that you never have to organize.

    Archive messages to tidy up your inbox without deleting anything.

  7. Import your email and contacts from your old address.

    If you're new to Gmail, you can import your mail and contacts from other email providers, including Yahoo!, Hotmail, AOL, and many more from the "Accounts and Import" tab under Gmail Settings. You can even choose to have your messages forwarded from your other account for 30 days, giving you time to take Gmail for a test drive.

    Import your email and contacts from your old address.

  8. Spice up your inbox with a theme.

    Choose from over 30 options to personalize your inbox. Go to the Themes tab under Settings and pick from nature themes, themes that change with the weather, and many more.

    Spice up your inbox with a theme.

  9. Join forces to rid the world of spam.

    Gmail users play an important role in blocking spam -- when you report an email as spam, our system quickly learns to start blocking similar messages. The more spam the community marks, the smarter our system becomes. If you see a spam message, click "Report Spam" to do your part.

Green belt: I get a dozen or so messages a day

  1. Talk face-to-face with video chat.

    It's not the same to read "lol" as to hear your friend laugh at your joke. Have a face-to-face conversation (or audio-only if you don't have a webcam) using Gmail voice and video chat.

  2. Use Tasks as a handy to-do list.

    Add new items to your tasks list by clicking the "Tasks" link under "Contacts" on the left of your screen, or you can convert emails into tasks by clicking the More Actions menu and selecting "Add to Tasks." You can also access your task list from your mobile phone at www.gmail.com/tasks.

  3. Use filters to control the flow of incoming mail.

    Set up filters to automatically label, archive, delete, star, or forward certain types of incoming messages. You can create a filter based on any message -- just choose "Filter messages like this" from the "More actions" drop-down menu to get started.

    Use filters to control the flow of incoming mail.

  4. Highlight important emails using filters and colored labels.

    Set up filters so that emails from certain senders (or on certain topics) automatically appear with colored labels. That way, you can scan new mail just by looking at the colors.

    Highlight important emails using filters and colored labels.

  5. Send email from your phone.

    Use Gmail for mobile to read and send emails on the go, or use Gmail's free IMAP to sync with your phone's own email client. Just type www.gmail.com into your phone's browser to get started.

    Send email from your phone.

  6. Preview attachments without downloading them.

    You can easily preview an attached document instead of downloading and opening it in a separate program. Just click the "View" or "View as HTML" link to open a preview in a new window.

    Preview attachments without downloading them.

  7. Avoid email gaffes with Undo Send.

    Oops, hit "Send" too soon? Give yourself a grace period of a few seconds to cancel sending, then edit your message before sending again.

    Avoid email gaffes with Undo Send.

  8. Tell your friends what you're up to with a status message.

    Write your own status message in the Chat box let people know what you're up to. Your status message can be anything you want - something funny, a link to a photo or web page, or a note to say you're away from the computer.

    Tell your friends what you're up to with a status message.

  9. Never forget an attachment again.

    Turn on the Forgotten Attachment Detector in Labs, and you'll get an alert if you mentioned attaching a file but forgot to do so.

    Never forget an attachment again.

  10. Tell everyone when you'll be back with vacation responder.

    Going away from your mail for a while? Use Gmail's vacation responder to set up a custom response that will be automatically sent to anyone who emails you while you're away.

    Tell everyone when you'll be back with vacation responder.

  11. Nothing says "I'm excited" like a bouncing happy face emoticon.

    If you're tired of not being able to find the right words to express yourself, emoticons can help. Gmail has tons of images (smiley faces, food icons, broken hearts, and more) that you can use in your messages and chats. To add an emoticon, just click the smiley face "Insert Emoticon" button on the toolbar and select the image you want. For even more options, enable Extra Emoji in Labs ("emoji" is Japanese for emoticons).

    Nothing says "I'm excited" like a bouncing happy face emoticon.

  12. Save notes in your drafts

    Using the draft functionality is a great way to keep notes that you need to keep handy and refer to often. Just compose a new message, type or paste the note, and save it as a draft.

    Save notes in your drafts


Black belt: I get a lot of messages a day

  1. Get through your mail faster with keyboard shortcuts.

    Using keyboard shortcuts will help you shave milliseconds off every action, which can add up to a lot of saved minutes each week. Enable keyboard shortcuts in Settings and use "j" and "k" to navigate up and down within your inbox, "o" to open messages, "r" to reply, "c" to compose, "s" to add or remove a star, "e" to archive, and more. Hit "?" at any time to see the reference guide with a full list of keyboard shortcuts.

    Get through your mail faster with keyboard shortcuts.

  2. Use search operators to find the exact message you're looking for.

    The real power of Gmail search lies in search operators, or words that help modify your queries. For example, if you want a specific email Lisa sent containing a pdf, type "from:lisa has:attachment," or to find all the messages in your inbox sent directly to you that you haven't read yet, type "to:me is:unread in:inbox." Turn on Search Autocomplete in Labs to make using search operators even easier.

  3. Filter your email with personalized email addresses.

    You actually get more address variations than just "yourusername@gmail.com," all of which get delivered to you. You can put a plus ("+") sign and any combination of words or numbers after your name, like changing hikingfan@gmail.com to hikingfan+mailinglists@gmail.com or hikingfan+junk@gmail.com. Then you can easily add a filter to label and/or archive messages sent to the variations.

  4. See which messages were sent right to you.

    "Personal level indicators" put arrows next to messages in your inbox so you can tell if an email was addressed to you directly. A single arrow (›) is for emails sent to both you and others and double arrows (») indicate emails sent just to you. Switch the "Personal level indicators" option to "Show indicators" under Settings to see them.

    See which messages were sent right to you.

  5. Make Gmail go where the internet doesn't.

    With offline Gmail, you can access your mail and use Gmail just like you're used to, even when you're not connected to the internet. Any messages you send while offline will be placed in your outbox and automatically sent the next time Gmail detects a connection. Get started by turning on offline Gmail from the Labs tab under Settings.

  6. Quickly add multiple attachments to an email.

    If you want to send a few files from the same folder, simply hold down the Ctrl key (Cmd on Macs) and click on each file you want to attach to your message, or hold down the Shift key to select a continuous group of files. You'll see progress bars on each attachment as it uploads.

    Quickly add multiple attachments to an email.

  7. Add "(EOM)" to the subject of one-liner messages.

    If you ever want to send a quick note where the subject is the entire message (like "Want to grab lunch at 12:30?"), but are annoyed when Gmail prompts you to add body text, just type "EOM" or "(EOM)" at the end of the subject line (short for End Of Message), and Gmail will politely send the message without the extra prompt.

    Add

  8. Set up canned responses instead of typing the same reply over and over again.

    If you find yourself typing the same reply multiple times, try turning on Canned Responses in Labs. Compose your reply once, save it, and easily use the same message later. If you want to be fully automated, you can even set up filters that automatically reply to specific messages with different canned responses.

    Set up canned responses instead of typing the same reply over and over again.

  9. Click less and watch more using YouTube, Flickr, Picasa, and Yelp previews.

    Gmail can automatically detect commonly emailed links -- YouTube videos, Picasa and Flickr links, and Yelp reviews -- and show previews of these right inside Gmail. Turn on the four preview labs from the Labs tab under Settings, and rather than having to click on a Picasa or Flickr album link to see the photos it contains, you can see photos right in the message itself. Similarly, messages with YouTube links will show the video below the message, and Yelp links will show ratings, phone numbers, and other listing information.

    Click less and watch more using YouTube, Flickr, Picasa, and Yelp previews.

  10. Use quick links to get anywhere in Gmail with one click.

    Quick Links allow you to create shortcuts to any bookmarkable URL in Gmail. Enable Quick Links in Gmail Labs and choose "Add Quick Link" to save a link to any page that you're on. For example, you could add a link to an email with your frequent flier information that you reference a lot, or add a link to a search you do every day, like "is:unread."

    Use quick links to get anywhere in Gmail with one click.

  11. Send and archive in one step.

    Turn on "Send & Archive" from the Labs tab under Settings, and you'll see a new button that sends your reply and then archives the thread with one click.

    Send and archive in one step.

  12. Send and receive mail from multiple addresses

    If you regularly check several email accounts, you can use Gmail as the hub for all of them. Select "Add POP3 email account" on the "Accounts and Import" tab under Settings to start receiving mail from other accounts. To send mail from other accounts, click "Send mail as" and set-up custom-from addresses for each account you want to send mail from. Keep in mind that the email accounts you'd like to fetch from must support POP access and, in the case of Gmail addresses, have POP access enabled.

    Send and receive mail from multiple addresses

  13. Show people who you are with a picture.

    Your picture is shown whenever someone hovers over your name in their inbox or Contacts. To add or change your picture, click Settings, then look for the "My Picture" section. You can upload a picture, select one from Picasa Web Albums, or enter a URL of a picture of you that's already online.

    Show people who you are with a picture.



Gmail master: I get a massive number of messages a day

  1. Bring Google Calendar and Docs to Gmail.

    Instead of keeping three separate tabs open, add Docs and Calendar gadgets to Gmail and see everything in one place. The Calendar gadget shows your agenda and provides alerts prior to events, and the Docs gadget displays all your recently accessed docs.

    Bring Google Calendar and Docs to Gmail.

  2. Send SMS text messages right from Gmail.

    How often do you try to chat with somebody and they don't respond because they just walked away from their computer? You can keep the conversations going with a Labs feature that lets you send SMS text messages right from Gmail. Enable it in Labs under Settings, and then typing a phone number in the chat box search window. We'll even save your friends' numbers in your Contacts, so you can just type names into the chat box and select Send SMS.

    Send SMS text messages right from Gmail.

  3. Forget to sign out of a public computer? Sign out remotely.

    If you sign into Gmail from multiple computers, but are worried you may have forgotten to sign out of one, you can sign out remotely. At the bottom of your inbox, you'll see information about the time and location of the last activity on your account. Click "Details" to see whether your account is still open in another location and "Sign out all other sessions" to close other open sessions.

    Forget to sign out of a public computer?  Sign out remotely.

  4. Personalize your RSS feeds in web clips.

    Gmail display feeds (news headlines and blog posts), ads and other information in the Web Clips section at the top of your inbox. There are feeds chosen by default, but you can customize yours by clicking the "Web Clips" tab in Settings.

    Personalize your RSS feeds in web clips.

  5. Access your mail via https.

    If you regularly use Gmail on unencrypted wireless connections at coffee shops or airports or college dorms, then you might want an additional layer of security. Check the option in Settings to "Always use https", and we'll ensure your email is always encrypted. Note that no matter what, Gmail always uses https to protect your password when you log in, but because https can make your mail slower, we don't use https once you're logged in unless you ask for it.

    Access your mail via https.

  6. Search for superstars by name.

    Enabling superstars in Labs gives you 11 more ways to star your messages. You can use the "has" operator to search for emails with different types of stars, like "has:yellow-star", "has:blue-star", or "has:red-bang". In Settings, just hover your mouse over each superstar icon to find the star names.

    Search for superstars by name.

  7. Use Gmail on your own domain.

    You can use Gmail from your own domain or run your organization on Google Apps. Save time and money using Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Docs and more for your business or organization.

  8. Shift-click to quickly select multiple messages.

    To select multiple messages, just select the first message in the series, hold down the shift key and then select the last message. You can apply any action, like archiving or adding a label, to this whole set of messages.

    Shift-click to quickly select multiple messages.

  9. Set Gmail as your default email client.

    Instead of automatically opening other email clients when you click mailto links, you can set Gmail to be the default in your browser. If you use Firefox 3, just go to Tools, click Options, select the Applications tab, search for "mailto" and select "Use Gmail" from the list of actions. If you use Internet Explorer, you'll need to download and install Google Toolbar. In Toolbar, just click the wrench icon, go to the Search tab and select the "Use Gmail for 'Mail To' links" checkbox.

  10. Emphasize the important words in chat.

    You can add some basic formatting as you type in chat. To make text bold, surround the text with asterisks (*word*). Use underscores to add italics (_word_) and hyphens to add strikethrough (-word-).

    Emphasize the important words in chat.

  11. Quote selected text to respond to a long thread.

    Adopt the habit of editing messages that you forward or reply to. Simply enable "Quote selected text" from the Labs tab under Settings, and select the pertinent text when you reply or forward. Add your contribution, then send.




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Saturday, January 9, 2010

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Friday, January 8, 2010

blog catalog

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Blogging SEO

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Thursday, January 7, 2010

young minds

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young minds

Saturday, January 2, 2010

2010 Election Local Debate

Come this coming month there will be a local Forum regarding the platform of competing politicians brought to us by St. Rose College and other Local News (both from print and broadcast)

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