On Chrome’s Lack of Native RSS Support

Posted by on Jun 17, 2010 in updates | No Comments

“Google Chrome is the only popular browser that doesn’t have native support for feeds: it doesn’t detect or preview feeds and it doesn’t let you subscribe to feeds using your favorite feed reader. Most of these features are available in Firefox, O…

Chrome’s “Pin Tab” Feature is Snazzy

Posted by on Jun 16, 2010 in updates | No Comments

See how twitter is grayed out? Neat.

How to turn Gmail in to the Ultimate Social Bookmarking Tool

Posted by on May 15, 2010 in updates | No Comments

I’ve been searching for the holy grail of bookmarking platforms. Something that will let me save bookmarks, tag them, send them to friends (and dialogue about them). Something that lets me and my friends collaborate on our bookmarks. I realized la…

Integrating Bit.ly in to Google Reader

Posted by on May 3, 2010 in updates | No Comments

It’s nice to be able to send items in Google Reader to friends via IM or by Twitter. By adding a “Send to” shortcut to bit.ly, this is even easier.1) Go to your Google Reader settings. Click on the Send To tab.2) At the bottom, click Create a Cust…

Oh, google…

Posted by on Apr 1, 2010 in updates | No Comments

Happy April Fool’s Day.

The official Google Moment is today and Asheville needs you!

Posted by on Mar 25, 2010 in updates | No Comments

Calling all Asheville citizens, friends of Asheville, bloggers of Asheville: The city has set aside 1:30 PM today, Thurs, March 25th as a “Google Moment.” It’s a time to pause whatever you are working on and go nominate your town for the Google fi…

Old School Google

Posted by on Mar 16, 2010 in updates | No Comments

Google Buzz Bookmarklet

Posted by on Feb 11, 2010 in updates | No Comments

I whipped up a quick bookmarklet if you’re wanting to quickly share the webpage you’re on to your Google Buzz (assuming you have a google reader account. If you don’t go get one). For some reason Posterous wont let me post a link that has javascri…

Why Google is Poised to Dethrone Twitter and Facebook

Posted by on Dec 15, 2009 in updates | No Comments

If you stop for a moment to ponder Google’s current offerings, one is left to wonder whether or not they’re planning a global restructuring of the way these things interact with one another in a way that would render both Twitter and Facebook mean…