If you want to use some Google services like Google+, Drive, Calendadario, Keep or Google Play you can do no see forced to use a Gmail account. It’s interesting to notice That the only Google service That Uses the new form and lets you use your own email address is Google Drive. You just click […]
I started on one edge of these rugged peaks and moved around to this side, to get the view from the glacial lake. The spiked mountains there are Cerro Torre, and I was very lucky to see them without cloud cover. I understand they are covered up 90% of the time, so to have crystal […]
In my timeline of Google + excellent photographers have appeared.
I leave the best picture I’ve found and their profiles.
Web-spying technologies like FaceNiff, Firesheep and Newstweek are out there showing the world just how easy it is to see what you’re doing online, but they’re amateurish in comparison to what real hackers could do to you if they catch you browsing unsecured websites. Luckily, the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and Tor Project have just launched an official 1.0 version of their HTTPS Everywhere extension for the Firefox […]
Maybe Google rushed out the iPhone application for Google+, or perhaps users have been having some bad luck, but there has been a lot of noise in the last 30 minutes on the various social networks since the iPhone application was released. Apparently the application has been crashing for many. Even some stars are complaining […]
Historypin is another site for the curious, history buffs and those who like to look back and see how it has changed over the years. It uses Google maps to geotag old photographs sent by its users. They already have a large number of photographs that exceed 38000. One of the features […]
a still fromÂ Google Art Project – Behind the Scenes The Google Art Project was launched at the end of last week.Â It works on the same principle at Streetview – except you’re walking the galleries of different museums rather than the streets of specific places. The Art Project is a collaboration between Google and some […]
The traditional business model for companies is to create a product and/or provide a service to customers in order to receive payment and hopefully exceed operational costs to generate a profit. However, what happens when you are not creating a product or service, but instead ideas? How do you make a profit? How can you […]
Yes, that’s right. You can take everyone’s favorite all-purpose search engine and turn it into a web-crawling, MP3 ripping demon for you. The procedure itself isn’t as hard as you would think, either. First, a little bit of a primer on Google. The Search Engine itself has a bunch of extra bells and whistles beyond […]