This is a fun: http://zesty.ca/facebook/
The following link explains how to update your terminal shell on OS X to create a new “trash” script. This will send files to the same trash can that you will find on you desktop.
If your a Google apps fan (like me) you may find this pretty cool…
Check out the shared folder on Google
This was clearly a signal that m1.small was not performing well at that load for our application. We decided to switch to c1.mediums. We knew that c1.mediums have 5 EC2 compute units where as the m1.smalls have 1 EC2 compute unit. But we wanted to see how far m1.smalls can take us. The switch totally worked! Cpu bursts stopped. Autoscaling stopped kicking in. We can see the cpu going from 10% to 50% smoothly from non peak to peak hours. This is what we wanted!
Who, in his right mind, expects Steve Jobs to let Adobe (and other) cross-platform application development tools control his (I mean the iPhone OS) future? Cross-platform tools dangle the old “write once, run everywhere” promise. But, by being cross-platform, they don’t use, they erase “uncommon” features. To Apple, this is anathema as it wants apps developers to use, to promote its differentiation. It’s that simple. Losing differentiation is death by low margins. It’s that simple. It’s business. Apple is right to keep control of its platform’s future.
We thank Twitter, everyone there, for the kick start it gave bit.ly. And we certainly hope we helped Twitter during a difficult scaling period.
Essentially, when you want to print you'll be sending your request over to a Googlestation up in the clouds, which in turn will translate those instructions and forward them along to the nearest paper tarnisher. We say nearest, presuming that's what you'd want, but the big deal here is that you'll be able to use any device to print on any printer anywhere in the internet-connected world.
Vimium is a Google Chrome extension which provides keyboard shortcuts for navigation and control in the spirit of the Vim editor.
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