Google's current dedication to restyling many, if not all, of their products to match eachother better is getting more and more apparent....
Posted 8/Jul 2011 at 12:57
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Yesterday Google suddenly started to show me a completely different layout for their search results. And I loved it. Even longer ago, I was...
Posted 30/Jun 2011 at 01:15
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Yet again it looks like Google are rolling out a new search layout. Or are again testing one. Anyhow, when doing a Google search I first...
Posted 29/Jun 2011 at 00:16
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About five minutes ago, the Danish U21 team started their match against Belarus and instead of watching that I figured I'd take some time to...
Posted 14/Jun 2011 at 21:17
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It must have been over ten years ago that people on the internet were last scared of browser cookies. Knowledge about the internet was rather...
Posted 12/Jun 2011 at 18:47
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When I in 2007 started my private company in freelance web development I needed a name and a logo and I needed them rather quickly. My...
Posted 6/Jun 2011 at 23:26
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"Opened my eyes today / And I knew there's something different" - those are the two opening lines from The Corrs' song Hopelessly Addicted....
Posted 4/Jun 2011 at 14:05
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Google's PlusOne has been around in search results for a while now. Not that I have seen it show up, but back in March I wrote a blog about it:
Posted 3/Jun 2011 at 17:13
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If you're hoping to find a comprehensive setup guide for csync, get lost. This is not it. What this is, is a little story about how one person...
Posted 24/May 2011 at 20:57
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I recently wrote a likealot about Google's attempt of making Google Accounts more secure by introducing 2-step verification.
Posted 17/May 2011 at 17:05
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Sometimes I find myself in a mood for just browsing around in the settings screens of one of the many webapps I use, to see if I can tune-up...
Posted 28/Apr 2011 at 11:58
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If You Enjoy Writing, Blog For Yourself... Then For The Masses.... Then For The Money. Really? Before I started to write blogs and articles on...
Posted 6/Apr 2011 at 21:58
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Speedtest.net lets you test the speed of your internet connection in relation to a server anywhere in the world. Many Internet Service...
Posted 31/Mar 2011 at 12:48
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A long, long time ago in a galaxy very near (yes, the one we live in), Google launched a Beta product called GMail. They started a true...
Posted 30/Mar 2011 at 14:12
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I won't hide the fact that I'm not Bill Gates' or Microsoft biggest fan. Nor will I hide the fact that I am generally quite pleased about what...
Posted 6/Mar 2011 at 12:45
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Yes, I am very well aware that we called this site i like a lot. And I do like a lot. But this I simply don't like. I own an IT company, and...
Posted 4/Mar 2011 at 13:44
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Are you one of those people who prefer to avoid having to enter - and remember - your password for every website you use? And have you, like...
Posted 23/Feb 2011 at 15:39
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I am not paranoid. But what if what happened to Mr. Assange (founder of Wikileaks) could happen to all of us? I am living in the Netherlands...
Posted 23/Dec 2010 at 21:34
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The Iphone has mesmerised us for a few years now. It is the product of dreams, it is reminiscent of futuristic technology brought to us in...
Posted 15/Dec 2010 at 17:06
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