Archive for January 2011

GWatchman Gives You Desktop Notifications for Email and Chat

For those of you who obsessive-compulsively check your email and chat, Google's got something to ease you. They've started desktop notifications for email and chat. You can even choose which senders' emails you receive notifications for. To turn the feature on, go toSettings in the top right corner and choose whether you want to receive notifications for chat, email or important email. 

Saturday, January 29, 2011

Interesting Software to Build Your Own 3D Models (Google SketchUp)

Hello designers! If you are already tired of creating 3D models using the challenging Photoshop software, why not try an easy-to-use software for a change? Here i have found an amazing software that you can use to create, design your own architecture models, modify and share 3D models in Google Earth. See Google SketchUp, it is an spontaneously intuitive, fun and freesoftware for anyone to use.

Saturday, January 22, 2011

Iron Browser – A Fast And Secure Alternative To Google Chrome

SRWare Iron is a free and open-source web browser. Iron is based on the free Source code “Google Chrome” ,without any problems at privacy and security.

Iron browser was developed by a German software company SRWare. Google chrome is world’s most pouplar and fastest web browser. In Google Chrome, it creates a unique user ID or the submission of entries to Google to generate suggestions. 
Sunday, January 16, 2011

YouTube Gets Better with New Homepage

YouTube is a popular place to watch and upload videos that amaze, shock or make you laugh. Most of the time, the recommendations offered to you show as soon as you log into YouTube.

Last month YouTube had released an opt-in experimental YouTube Homepage layout that promises more personalized video watching-browsing experience which will be their New Homepage.

Like many others, I haven't been blessed with loads of spare time in my day to watch amazing videos on YouTube. But whenever time permits, I do watch a couple of them. What keeps YouTube ahead is its myriad categories of videos, customizations options and, of course, larger reach. One doesn't require any login to watch a YouTube video unless it's protected by the user.

Following are the new features that you can find on YouTube:

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Hacking Facebook with Javascript (Part2)

Facebook Hack: Change your name (temporarily)
This one’s a very simple hack that you can apply to any website. As you saw in the screenshot above, I’d changed my facebook to display as “Facebook | Leet Hax0r”. You can do this by using the following javascript:
javascript:void(document.title="Facebook | Neo");

Sadly, your friends will only see your actual name, not the new one, but it can make for some amusement in a computer lab class or anywhere where you can show people face to face.
Facebook Hack: Close chat windows
If you’re chatting to a friend and want to close the window, sure you can just click the ‘x’ in the top corner, but isn’t it cooler to do it with javascript? Well no not really, but if you can trick your friend into typing the following code in, you can close the chat window of anyone they’re chatting to:

Saturday, January 8, 2011

Hacking Facebook with Javascript (Part1)

Because facebook relies so heavily on javascript, and because we can type javascript into the address bar, that means we can “poke” into the workings of facebook to do things that we wouldn’t normally be able to do. It’s not “hacking” exactly, but it employs the same sort of skills hackers use when looking into applications. The best part is that because it’s all using the same control codes (or “API”) that facebook uses, there’s no way for facebook to find out you’re doing it, so it’s totally safe! (I think…) Besides, we’re not going to be doing anything too dodgy, just a few little tweaks ;)

Facebook Hack: Sending your friends offline
Here’s a funny one; if you’re chatting to a friend, get them to paste the following code into their facebook address bar:

It’ll make them go offline! Of course it’s not permanent, they can go back online by clicking the icon as normal, or by giving the same command again
Sunday, January 2, 2011


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