Tag Archives: Internet

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Google’s Net Neutrality Blunder

Since its inception, Google has enjoyed the "good guys" reputation in the computing community and beyond. Google has been the inspirational force behind dozens of "good" movements online and off. Products like Gmail, Google Apps, and more have not only pushed the boundaries of free

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Internet Explorer Flaws to Fix for IE 9

I was going to just leave Internet Explorer alone. Everyone knows that it is the bottom of the pile when it comes to browsers. The only people who use IE are those who are either not computer savvy enough to know that there are options

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Best Firefox Addon For More Productivity

I usually don’t like to post stubs or preliminary articles like this, but I went all reviewer on Mozilla.org this morning and, of course, ended up writing a review of my favorite Firefox add-on of all time, Speed Dial. As that review got longer I

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Better More Recent Google Results

Need better search results on Google? Need more recent results for Google searches? Want to reduce irrelevant Google search results? Consider using the More Search tools menu located in the left toolbar on the Google search website. I’ve noticed a lot of Google search users

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Firefox Personas Preview Feature

When you spend a lot of time in the world of technology it is easy to get jaded. New features that are promoted (self-promoted, and then echoed by lazy writers) are almost never as useful as they are supposed to be, and half the time,

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Google Command Line Tool

Google announced today, and that announcement was re-broadcast via unofficial Google spokesman Matt Cutts to make sure people actually noticed, that the company had released a long-awaited command line tool for accessing Google. Well, sort of. If by accessing Google, you mean accessing everything except