As much as people talk about Twitter, we must realize that Twitter is only a tool (or infrastructure as I have argued). It is not a destination that people will focus their attention on for hours of the day. Destinations have been the goal for many startups, but to be a true, complete destination you… Read More The Battle For Your Attention: Google And Facebook
Google Reader has been getting a lot of attention lately. This attention is due to the newer social features that the team has been adding. Given that my attempt at humor failed as usual and did not really explain what I was thinking. So, I decided I should write a more serious post about what… Read More A More Serious Look At Google Reader
Late yesterday, Google announced the release of Offline GMail. Obviously, this is a Gears-enabled GMail which is being made available through the GMail Labs feature. It is interesting that GMail has been a laggard in offline access, but I have a feeling it was due to wanting to test the offline features extensively with less… Read More Google Begins Their Plan For Desktop Domination
Given that RegularGeek is just over one year old and the end of the year is here, there will be a few of these year in review type of posts. Today I wanted to present the 10 most talked about posts on this blog. This list contains the 10 posts with the most number of… Read More RegularGeek 10 Most Talked About Posts
So we just found out that GMail now does Tasks or To Do lists. Supposedly, there was much rejoicing.They actually had a very simple reason for doing this as well: People use Gmail to get stuff done, so we’ve added a lightweight way to keep track of what you need to do, right from within… Read More GMail Does Tasks! Why?
Image via CrunchBaseGoogle Chrome was released about a month ago. A lot has been said about the new browser, with mixed reviews all around. I had a review of my own, that was more of an explanation of what Google looked to be planning. So, what happened after the initial hype? Well, I tried using… Read More One Month of Chrome