Showing posts from July, 2011

New GMail?

If this is what the new GMail is going to look like, I don't want any part of it. You can have this style now by going into the Gmail Settings and selecting the Preview theme. Frankly, I am not a fan?

Blogger updates browser support

In its latest blog post, Google Blogger has announced that it has dropped off support for some older browsers. to stay uniform with the rest of the Google kingdom, Blogger will discontinue support for the following browsers and their respective predecessors: Firefox 3.5 Internet Explorer 7 Safari 3 Later browser versions will support the web technologies that will be implemented in to Google sites. For the full article, read here .


There has been a lot of buzz on the internet lately about Google's latest attempt at social networking, and they maybe on the right track. Google+ is a social networking website allowing it's user to connect with their friends, family and whatnot to share updates, photos, videos and weblinks. I find that this service however is very comparable to Facebook, who this is clearly targeted to be a competing service. While Facebook has the News Feed, Google+ has Streams. Where Facebook has Groups, Google+ has Circles. What you Like on Facebook, is +1'd on Google+. Google+ plus does alot of what Facebook does but brings a new view to the type of service it is. The interface is cleaner and less cluttered. Google is focusing more on the communications and sharing functions than anything else. Google+ allows it's users to do Video chat from within the site through what they are calling Hangouts. Facebook have decided to intergrate Skype into their site, which has yet

New Mobile Support

It's been a while since my last post but I am excited with this news. Blogger has recently added mobile-supported templates for it's blogs, including this one. You can now view and read the blog on mobile devices like Apple iPhones and Androids.