Trying out another web 2.0 personal portal

Im trying out Netvibes.com, a personal homepage solution driven by Ajax, the current darling of the web. Netvibes allows you to create a personalized home page containing news feeds (RSS, Atom). Since GMail serves RSS feeds of you e-mail, Netvibes can also display a listing of your messages (by subjects). Its not really in theContinue reading “Trying out another web 2.0 personal portal”

Flock coming very soon

The social browser Flock, which has been generating a lot of buzz recently, is coming very soon. One of its developers said in his blog: “Right now, 100% of our energy is being directed to get the browser and the source code available to the public. And we are looking at days not weeks.” I’veContinue reading “Flock coming very soon”

No more downtimes for Google Reader

I’ve never encounted downtimes and overloaded server errors from Google Reader in the past day and a half. There are still times, though, that service is so slow and the display of feeds take more than 30 seconds. Google Reader, for me, has reached a level of dependability that I haven’t opened my Bloglines accountContinue reading “No more downtimes for Google Reader”

Another online to-do list

I recently found a link to Rememberthemilk.com, a free online to-do list management service similar to Backpackit.com. I tried it for a few minutes and I’m still unfamiliar with the system. Right now, I think Backpackit is easier to use. I might try Rememberthemilk.com out for a longer period later today. I’m such a suckerContinue reading “Another online to-do list”