I’ve been testing the new web-based Trillian Astra and it looks pretty damn nice. The interface will be familiar to anyone who has used the Trillian desktop application. I’ve been able to connect to the AIM, ICQ, Yahoo! and MSN networks just fine. There are no frills, but its in a nice package and works […]
Archives for March 2007
Amit Agarwal over at Digital Inspiration has posted some nifty news for Gmail users — a shortcut for deleting the email you are currently reading. Instead of scrolling around to find the delete button, you can simply press “#” and it will be moved to the trash folder. It works in all browsers, but for […]
What better way to slack on a Sunday afternoon than by playing with a new mashup? David Troy has created a nifty little mashup for Twitter fans that shows the stream of tweets on a Google Map. It’s called Twittervision, and it’s a fascinating to watch the geek-world spin. Of course, Jaiku also has a […]
Rafe Needleman at Webware has written a great introduction to Twitter titled the Newbie’s Guide to Twitter. If you’re curious about Twitter, Needleman provides a pretty good overview. He compare’s it too Google’s Dodgeball service, but easier to use. Personally, I think Jaiku is the better Twitterer. It reads everything, including my new del.icio.us tags, […]
Life is partly what we make it, and partly what is made by the friends whom we choose. – Tehyi Hsieh
Wow, who woulda thunk it? Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards uses Twitter — or at least — it appears that he does. If it’s really him, it’s sure to boost his tech cred. You really should check out Twitter. And be sure to add me.