If you have a Google account and are logged in when you do your searches, then Google knows everything there is to know about you. I use Google personal search, Gmail, Latitude, Google Calendar (synced with Outlook), Google Plus, YouTube, Android phone, Google Books, Google Docs, Google Wallet, Google Reader, FeedBurner, Google Analytics, Google Business Apps, Chrome, Google [...]
This post was written by my good friend Abrahim Nadimi. Thanks Abrahim. As you are reading this there are probably 14 emails, 2 magazines, 5 booklets filled with less-than-thrilling “save now!” offers, and 13 text messages being typed with your name on them. Yet it’s not just the marketers that are competing for your immediate attention [...]
My Friend, Tony, has just started his first blog: Android Cowboy. He’ll be reviewing and posting about Android tablet apps. He is definitely one of the smartest people I know. He has a PhD AND studying for Postdoc in science now. Check his site out and subscribe to his RSS.
Happy Iranian new year to all my Persian friends and all those who are celebrating it.
PdaNet is a tethering software (application) that allows your laptop to go online through your android phone (tether). Best of all, it is free. In fact its the reason I chose Android phone over iPhone and Blackberry. I believe you can use it on iPhone too but you might have to jail break it first.
From today (Monday June 21st) for 10 days I will Run 5k every day after or before work Finish two books: Linchpin & Why We Buy No alcohol I’m doing this just because I want to. If I don’t finish all of the above I will donate $100 to a charity of your choice.
I was reading about the oil spill online and came across an article on The American Spectator. I think It’s worth reading. Here is an excerpt of it. “I am rarely at a loss for words, but I was briefly stunned into silence by Barack Obama’s words during his Tuesday night speech that he would [...]