Monthly Archives: March 2011

Reading a lots on the Net? Here is something for you.

If you read a lots of articles on the Internet, you are usually easily distracted. There are flashing/moving adverts, the text might not be the best size or even the background is chosen poorly. Have a look at Readability. Their slogan is “Transform any article into a clean, comfortable reading […]

Horde, SyncML and my Nokia N900

A long time back when I started using Horde primarily for emails I noticed they support a feature called “SyncML”, an open synchronization standard. Now I just picked up on that again, as I wanted to synchronize my N900 with the contacts, calender and tasks. I installed SyncEvolution on my […]

Firefox Sync just rocks!

If you have a problem like I had “what was that site again, let’s check the browser history…” and after wasting a couple of minutes realizing “it was not this computer, it is still open on my laptop”, you really dont want to experience this again. Or you have a […]