Dunno if this will be handy but definitely interesting. Anyway here it goes:
GMail introduced a new feature recently, that is browsing mails offline.
- Install Google Gears, you can download the online installer from here http://gears.google.com/
- Run the online installer and it will install Google Gears on your system.
- Open your GMail and navigate to the settings and then to the Labs tab
- There you will find a feature called offline, Enable that.
- It will ask your permission to install offline access for GMail, click next.
- Then you get a Google Gears security warning, allow it.
- Click ok in the next window and you are done.
- It will download all your mails to your hard drive for offline browsing.
You can see the status in the status window.
Have fun browsing gamil offline.
WARNING: Don’t anyhow update your PSP Customer Firmware when you’re in the middle of your game.
Complete the game before you do it. Recently, I don’t know what’s gotten into me (Maybe it’s World Cup) and I decided to update my PSP Custome Firmware to 5.05 GEN-C (Full) to play Fifa 2010. Then guess what!? When I went back to my Jeanne D’Arc, I couldn’t load the saved game and it says data is corrupted! WTH! I was one boss away from completing the game…. sighz…
Can’t be bothered to start the game all over again now. I just assume that I completed the game with the exception I miss the ending scene… really wth. I couldn’t complete my Crisis Core because memory card broke and now again with Jeanne D’Arc because of this. I really seem to have no luck completing any game on PSP. If it happens again with Valkyria Profile. I’m seriously going to sell it away.
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I had the video recording of this event for quite some time which I finally had time to watch it. It’s totally awesome. Almost everything he said is sth new to me. It’s definitely enlightening. If you’re serious and professional web developers for any industry, you should definitely watch this. I can assure you, you’ll thanks me for it. 😛 Although I’m not that hardcore as a web developer yet, still this is sth that I definitely should know in my field of study and work.
Nowadays, web development has taken on an unprecedented revolution due to the outburst of giant internet search engines such as Google, Yahoo, MSN. Net surfer no longer want to waste their brain space remembering all the site address because there are just too many of them as time goes by. And their bookmarks only stays at their PC at home. Delicious and Digg is too much work and too troublesome for a non-web-savvy person. It’s so much faster, simpler and more convenient to just Google them out. So what I’m trying get at here is that when you’re developing a site, now you have to take search engine as 1 big part of consideration during planning. At the end of the day, it’s not only about maintaining user on your site but before that you have make more people come to your site. The more users visiting your site, the higher chance you have in converting some of them. So yeah watch it. You’ll definitely learn sth. You can find the video in youtube.
I came across an article on how to back up for FireFox at PC World just now. This little trick will come in handy for super heavy net surfer and bookmarker peeps like me. So yeah here it goes: