Today I'm going to talk about another tool. A very important one for me. I tend to forget stuff, and my mind tends to be chaotic. I also schedule way too many things, making my head too full at times. It is important to have a good tool that can help me manage the things I need to do. Aside from a TODO app (I'll be talking about this in another blogpost) for the tasks I need to do, I use Google Calendar to manage my days and appointments.
posted on June 9, 2011 - 2 comment(s) - tags: tools, calendar, google calendar, google
So I have this rocking new laptop from work. It's a very nice HP Pavilion dv7. It is awesome! It can search through my entire workspace in a matter of seconds. It always runs smooth. But I had one problem. The sound was not working. It's working now.
posted on August 22, 2009 - 0 comment(s) - tags: linux, open source, community, kubuntu, hp, pavilion, dv7, sound, google
News is spreading fast on the Internet, especially with news like this. Vinton Cerf, who is widely creditted with inventing TCP/IP, the protocol used for the Internet, joins the ranks of Google. Google just became a whole lot mightier. I say: wow. WOW.
posted on September 9, 2005 - 0 comment(s) - tags: google, cerf
I'm sure it's going to be the talk of the web for a short while, but Google indeed is starting their own Instant Messenger service. They're using the Jabber protocol, which technically means people with Jabber-enabled clients should be able to connect. Thanks to Chris Shiflett, I just did. He has a nice screen shot of the account configuration window for Gaim, which you can easily use to configure your own Gaim for GoogleTalk usage. Nice! And Google officially allows it as well. I'm connected using stefan.koopmanschap at [googlee-mailservice] . com ... if you dont have a gmail account yet but would like one, to start using GoogleTalk, just let me know ... I have plenty of invites left.
posted on August 24, 2005 - 0 comment(s) - tags: google, googletalk