The new concept of Firefox’s new tab page is still on beta stage, and only available on future Firefox release version 3.5. If you can’t wait for the new tab page style to come, give Foxtab a try.
Foxtab is Firefox add-on that let you turn the blank new tab, to something more interactive. It won’t appear automatically when the new tab page opened, but you have to open it manually from the shortcut menu, available on the left side of the URL bar. That means, it can be opened on top of other tab too, including tab page that displys other web page too.
But unlike other browser’s new tab page that display the recent or most frequently visited websites, Foxtab only shows the websites currently opened. Quite disappointing, since what’s the point of showing the thumbnail of the sites already opened?
Graphical wise, Foxtab is quite impressive. It has 5 navigation layout style including Safari’s new tab page style looks alike and Vista’s Alt-Tab thumbnail preview style.
Recent enhancement on Google Task seeing 2 new features introduce that allow users to move task between the lists as well as merging or splitting tasks.
Like calendar where you have more than 1 calendar for work and personal stuff, task has this feature now too.
To move the task to another list, go to the detail screen by clicking the ‘Action’ menu at the bottom of task listing, choose ‘Edit Detail’ or use the shortcut: shift+enter. On the ‘Move to list’ drop down list, choose the list you want it to be now.
Sometime you have task that too long to be accomplished, so you want it to be seperate to 2 part.
Let say, I want to split the task below ‘Gmail Housekeeping…….’ Just move your cursor to the beginning of the letter/word where you want the new task would be named, and press ‘Enter’. Subsequently, the letter and the rest of word will split to another task.
Do similar thing if you want to merge it back, where you only need to use ‘delete’ button. The task will be merged back to the original one. This concept is very similar with ‘enter’ and ‘delete’ function in Microsoft Words or other word processor so you should already familiar with it.
Back then, RSS reader software serves only as RSS subscriber, and the place where we keep updated with the subscribed content, all in one place. But no longer nowadays, when RSS reader has moved beyond its primary role and behaving even more ‘social’.
It can be seen today, when Google Reader team introduce commenting system within Google Reader. This feature allows readers to leave comments on any posts that you and your friend shared together.
If you actively sharing the content of your RSS reader with others, this feature is extremely useful. You can exchanging ideas and discussing about it privately, between you and the persons you shared with only. The common things of leaving comment on original post is now thing on the past.
Rules applied on the comments.
Comments can only be seen by friends of the person who originally shared the item.
Comments are not yet available in the “All items” view.
Currently, you cannot comment on items in a shared items subscription or on a shared tag; comments can only be made on items shared by friends.
Commenting on Google Reader is simple. On every shared items, there is ‘comment’ link at the bottom of it, and every comment posted, will appear there.
To view all comments, there is a ‘Comments View’ link on the left sidebar menu. Every post (truncated) with comments will be appear there with comments at the bottom of it.
I used to be advised to save some money during recession or gloomy economy period like now whenever I asked for advice if it is wise to invest in mortgages during this period.
But we’re stubborn. The low interest rate really tempted us to go for it. And yes, we did commit ourselves to it yesterday. Of course after doing some little research and study as well as after having some positive advices from insiders.
With that said, this is going to be our new ‘office’ by the end of this year! It is not as good as the real techruch office or gred A ‘office’ located on prime area, but we’re pleased with the overall design and value for money.
What we’re expecting on the new office? Better environment that should improve productivity and quality, more hardwork and we’re looking forward for additional bloggers after this one.
To say this is going to be a burden is not so accurate, as comfortable living space is one of the basic foundations in our life. But, this is where a portion of our income is going to, beginning next month.