Friday, December 11, 2009

Mac Connections

Connecting Mac to Wii

Connecting Mac to xBox360

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Thursday, December 10, 2009

Run Google Tasks on Your Menu Bar

As you might already know, Google recently gave GTD fans some lovin’ by optimizing Google’s “Tasks” for iPhone and Android. (read more from Google’s Blog) Wouldn’t it be nice if you can also run Google Tasks on your Mac as a menu bar item with the same sleek interface you see on the iPhone or Android? If you had read my previous post on the “Fluid” app, you’ll know by now how you can turn web apps into a native desktop app. Using Fluid with Google Tasks means a free GTD native desktop app on your Mac that syncs with the cloud.

Here’s how:

1) Download Fluid app

2) Install and launch Fluid

Type in this URL in the URL field -
Type any name you want in the Name field.
Create the app!

3) Convert to MenuExtra SSB

Go to the Google Tasks menu after you have successfully created the app, select “Convert to MenuExtra SSB…” to put Google Tasks on your menu bar.

Now you have Google Tasks natively on your Mac as a menu bar item!

By the way, this tip is also possible with other web apps, especially if they have an iPhone optimized version:
Remember The Milk


Have fun!

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Coke points

Additional ways to enter Coke points to get Coke Rewards. On the go? Enter the code from your phone!

On your desktop

If you like to move really fast, download the Quick Entry Code Widget and enter codes right on your desktop.

Download now

Text message

Like to text? You're in luck - text your codes to 2653 (COKE) while you're on the go. If it's your first time, we'll send you a reply with simple instructions to get set up.

Learn more about texting

My Coke Rewardsmobile

Want to get more? Enter codes plus get some My Coke Rewards highlights with our mobile phone browser. Text the word MOBILE to 2653 (COKE) and we'll reply with instructions on getting access.

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Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Free Holiday Travel WiFi

Google announced it’s providing WiFi free of charge to 47 airports across the country during the holiday season. (A full list of the airports is here.)

You should use OpenDNS

If you're not yet using OpenDNS to see what's happening on your network - take it from me - you should.

OpenDNS, the world's largest and fastest-growing DNS service, is free to use and gives you the tools to easily see which Web sites are most visited on your network. If you see problem sites in your network stats, you can easily block them with OpenDNS's industry-leading free Web content filtering.

It also makes your network faster and more reliable. OpenDNS will quickly become your most valued tool in your IT toolbox.