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My iPhone 3GS runs iOS4

Two days ago I upgraded to iOS4 (jailbreak) and I am a happy man. The best: Folders: I used to have 7 or 8 screens, now I have only 1. All inboxes in 1: I keep my inboxes to zero messages. I love to see all the incoming email in a single place, from any […]

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How to jailbreak your iPhone 3GS with iOS4

Well, two days ago iOS4 was out. Two days later dev-team has released Pwnage Tool 4.01 to jailbrake your iPhone 3GS. First make sure that: If you have a Jailbroken iPhone 3GS with the OLD BOOTROM and you DID NOT use Spirit to jailbreak then you can create the ipsw with PwnageTool 4.0 and restore […]

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Mac OSX 10.6.4 is out

Mac OS X 10.6.4 is out and with it, Mail 4.3 which breaks GrowlMail, Letterbox, Letter Opener and DockStar. All but DockStar fixed though. To fix Growl Download a pre-patched GrowlMail.bundle and drop it in your ~/Library/Mail/Bundles/ directory. If you want it available to multiple users on your system, use /Library/Mail/Bundles/ Download: GrowlMail.mailbundle To fix Letter […]

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Annotate web sites and pdf. Keep organized.

Nowadays we spend more time surfing the Internet than sleeping. Some of us work hooked in a browser, searching for information and managing it, and believe me, to keep track of relevant information is not an easy task. Before we use to have cabinets where we stored our papers, now we have bookmarks, and other […]

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Task Management in the Cloud

I just finished reading the 37signals book reWork. It is a very interesting book that I recommend. If you are one of these guys living in the cloud, using google docs, or zoho, online calendars… then you probably also use online task management tools. Maybe you are happy to use your outlooks todo lists, or […]

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Google alerts

Google has a service you might never have heard of: Google Alerts. Google Alerts are emails sent to you when Google finds new results — such as web pages, newspaper articles, or blogs — that match your search term. You can use Google Alerts to monitor anything on the Web. For example, people use Google […]

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How To Use Google Wave for Live Blogging

This an article you can find at ReadWriteWeb. They had been Live Blogging during Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook privacy press conference. They decided to put this theory into practice and live blogged the event with Wave. The reaction to the experiment was overwhelmingly positive, so they decided to share how they did it : How It’s Done […]

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2 hidden ways to get more from your Gmail address

I recently discovered some little-known ways to use your Gmail address that can give you greater control over your inbox and save you some time and headache. When you choose a Gmail address, you actually get more than just “yourusername@gmail.com.” Here are two different ways you can modify your Gmail address and still get your […]

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Products I can’t live without

Here a quick list of the products I can’t live without: Gadgets: Macbook pro iPhone 3GS (as soon as the 4G is out… then … ;-) ) Nikon d300 with nikkor 18-200 and  sigma 10-20 (I wish it was a nikon d3s though…) Fonera2.0n (great concept and community. I have two an convincing friends to […]

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How I do organize my ToDos or task lists

I have read extensively about how to organise yourself. One of my favourite authors for this is David Allen and his “Getting Things Done” book and now philosophy. It does not fit my needs 100% but you can get a lot of good ideas. It is a read I recommend to anybody who would like […]

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Manage your tasks (ToDos)

How do you manage your tasks? This is how I manage mine: I use google apps (you could use gmail tasks) and I use the tasks there. You can create a calendar with the tasks with due date. In my iPhone I syncronize it with Geetasks pro which is a great app that syncs your […]

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Mac latest update of the timemachine

I updated my mac and one of the new updates was the timemachine. I am running my time machine backing up in a Samba server (linux machine). This new update is deletes your old time machine in order to create a new one probably in a newer and more stable format. I decided to go […]

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10 Fantastic Photoshop Tutorials on YouTube

Photoshop has been a mainstay of the design software pantheon for over 20 years, and it remains a great tool for pro artists and social media customizers alike. But the sophisticated image editor has a daunting learning curve. With so many tools, features, and concepts to get a hold of, new users can be discouraged […]

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iTunes alternative for android… and the rest

doubleTwist is a iTunes clone to sync your android, palm pre, blackberry or in fact up to more than a hundred devices. It looks like iTunes, and you can buy music directly from amazon. If you have a nexus one, give it a try.

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