I’ve been finding myself searching Twitter for information as of late. There was not a decent Twitter search button for the Google Toolbar (only a couple that use the Google Custom Search Engine), so I created one. It’s simple and easy to use, just like my Google Reader search button.
- Click the link below to install it
- When you want to search Twitter, type a search term into your Google Toolbar
- Click the Twitter button on the Google Toolbar
- You are taken to the Twitter search result page for your search term
Install the Twitter Search Button
I had a very frustrating experience recently. I could not for the life of me find My Saved Locations on Google Maps. I knew they were still there, because when I started typing in the search box, Google started suggesting them. But I couldn’t find the link to edit/view all of them.
Google acquired Picasa nearly 4 and a half years ago, and they finally managed to release Picasa for the Mac. I for one am glad to finally see it, although I’m still puzzled as to why it took so incredibly long. 4.5 years is a very long time in computer years, the equivalent of about half a lifetime in human years. I hope it does not take them nearly that long to release Chrome for Mac.
There are a number of PageRank plugins for WordPress, but it seems that all of them involve manually editing the template to incorporate them. With the lack of a better option, I took it upon myself to develop a WordPress plugin to display PageRank in a widget. And thus, the PageRank Widget for WordPress was born.
My wife, kids, and I spent this past Christmas at my parents’ house. It wasn’t long after we arrived before I gravitated to their computer to check my email, read the news, check the stock market, etc.
Much to my dismay, I found a barrage of malware, spyware, and rogue software had made its way onto their machine. I searched around a bit, and found the perfect solution: Malwarebytes’ Anti-Malware.