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  • _mark 4:17 am on October 6, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Android, , , , , , , , , Galaxy S, Google, Samsung,   

    Adobe Flash on Samsung Tab with Google Android 

  • _mark 1:14 pm on February 25, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Buzz, Buzz in Gmail, Buzz Tip, Buzz Updates, Gmail, Gmail Buzz, Google, Google Buzz, Google Mail   

    Google Buzz Tip #1 

    If you receive too many frequent Buzz Updates in your Inbox at an annoying rate, but you like having it nonetheless to keep track of your conversations, I have a quick and easy solution:

    1. Create a filter in Gmail with the subject keyword ‘Buzz:’ (use the colon or else you may capture any and all emails that simply say Buzz in the subject).

    Google Buzz Gmail Filter: Create Subject Filter keyword 'Buzz:'

    2. Label it ‘!Buzz’ (exclamation to make it appear at the top for easy access). Here’s the key: To get them to not appear in your inbox constantly, simply check the option that says ‘Skip the Inbox’!

    Google Buzz Gmail Filter: Label the Filter '!Buzz' and Check 'Skip the Inbox'

    This captures all your buzz updates in one nice place (accessible in your left sidebar filter list links) so you can still keep track of all your conversations with other google buzzers which is after all, the highlight and power behind google buzz!

    Silly, yet very effective. 😀

  • _mark 7:32 am on February 3, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Best Search Engine, Bing, Google, Search Engines, Search3,   

    Why Google is better than Bing 

    Take a simultaneous look at this search string in Google, Twitter and Bing (on search3) :


    As you can see, the relevancy of the search results in Bing aren’t accurate at all. Why? Because apparently Bing thought it would be ok to toss out part of the search string (in this case the underscore). How dumb. A simple thing that M$ has failed at and the reason that the results I get in Bing are always irrelevant in my experience. This is why I’ve dubbed Bing as the ‘Old Lady Search Engine’.

    Because in their effort to simplify the results, they’ve actually made it useless.

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