Tag: browser

  • Force Gmail to Use Secure Connection Via SSL

    With the recent announcement of SF Reverse Engineer, Mike Perry, intending to release his Gmail Account Hacking Tool to the public, there is no better time than now to secure you Gmail connection by using the Google’s provide SSL. To do so, do the following: Click on SETTINGS (top-right of the Gmail page). It will…

  • PicLens – Crazy Image/Video Visualization Plugin

    piclens.com Be sure to check this visualization plugin (for most “modern” browsers). It gives a nice way to navigate through photos (i.e. flickr, google image results, etc.) and videos (i.e. youtube). Not too shabby indeed. Thanks goes out to Mik for the link.

  • Spread Firefox – Download Day 2008

    spreadfirefox.com/worldrecord/ Sounds like a good deal, right? All you have to do is get Firefox 3 during Download Day to help set the record for most software downloads in 24 hours – it’s that easy. We’re not asking you to swallow a sword or to balance 30 spoons on your face, although that would be…

  • Top 2007 WWDC Stories

    If you aren’t subscribed to any Apple/Mac-related newsletters, here’s a couple of asterisks to add to Apple’s history and/or timeline (during this WWDC 2007 next door, from Macworld newsletter): Steve Jobs’ WWDC keynote Revised Desktop, Finder highlight Leopard additions Apple brings Safari to Windows

  • The Journey to Update Firefox from 1.0.7 to 1.5

    Just a few weeks ago, Mozilla released Firefox 1.5 RC3. This seems to be the same as the final release. So, if you haven’t converted yet (mostly IE6 users) nor have tried out Firefox, now is the time. I finally decided to update my Firefox version from 1.0.7 to the newest 1.5. I will be…