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Googleholic for July 11, 2008

Welcome to Googleholic, your bi-weekly fix of everything Google! In this edition: Live blog with Google Docs Google Mobile App for iPhone App Engine Hack-a-thon in Chicago Google Sites domain mapping Google Notebook bookmarklet Google News new design ...

Googleholic for January 18, 2008

Welcome to Googleholic - your bi-weekly fix of everything Google! This edition covers: Google Reader adds support for Google Presentations Picasa for Mac coming sometime later this year Google Notebook adds hAtom support An overview of the other Google stories we covered earlier this week ...

Blog easier with 17 Firefox extensions

The folks at lifehack.org, (not LifeHacker.com) have cooked up the 17 best Firefox extensions that will make blogging easy. I'm sure you've seen some of these before, but just in case you haven't seen them all, they are: Google Notebook Session Manager coComment Speak It DocuFarm ScribeFire (formerly performancing) Deepest Sender Resizable Text Area Spellbound Google...

Google Notebook sidebar for Firefox

The Google Notebook extension for Firefox is a pretty handy tool for quickly bookmarking web pages you might want to save or come back to later in the day. But the extension opens in a rather small window and generally just gets in the way. But there's a solution: Make Google Notebook your Firefox sidebar. Here's what you do: Bookmark the page Google Persnolized Homepage uses for Google...

Zoho Notebook demoed - VIDEO

Zoho announced a new product called Zoho Notebook at this week's DEMO conference. Pimped as "the online application for gathering and creating multiple types of content that can easily be shared with others," Zoho Notebook is a little bit of Google Notebook with some Microsoft OneNote sprinkled on top, and finally brought to a simmer with some innovative and powerful web 2.0 collaborative...

Online productivity suite Scrybe released in phased beta

You remember the video, right? I got my wish. Eleven days ago I posted about a new online productivity suite that I was dying to try. Well it's late on Halloween evening, and I've just spent the last hour playing with the various features in Scrybe that enticed me when I first saw the demo video. And so far, I think we have a winner on our hands. After playing around with the user interface for a...

Scrybe - the online productivity suite I'm dying to try

In this era of worshipping at the temple of "The David" (Getting Things Done), there is no shortage of offline and online productivity suites. With that in mind, I rarely get all that excited about the new Web 2.0 offerings that get a bit of buzz here and there. But Scrybe appears to be different. Way different. Like wow different. Here, just watch: Adblock Scrybe is an online organizer...

Google Notebook gets collaboration, other features

Google Notebook, the Ajaxy bookmarking app I praised when it launched back in May, has taken a cue from Writely and Google Spreadsheets and added collaboration features. Whereas previously sharing was limited to letting others view your Notebook, it is now possible to invite other people to add to and modify your Notebook. This could be ideal for group research projects, trip planning--basically...

Google Notebook goes live

Google Notebook, the new product Google was being a bit coy about last week, is now up and running, and I have to say I'm pleasantly surprised. When some screenshots surfaced last week it wasn't clear just how Google Notebook would work, but luckily my initial suspicions were confirmed: Google Notebook is powered by a Firefox extension an addon for Firefox and IE. Basically, Google Notebook is...

First screenshots of Google Notebook

The subject of one of Google's many announcements at Wednesday's Google Press Day was Google Notebook, a somewhat mysterious project that Google has described only as "a personal browser tool that lets you clip text, images, and links from the pages you're searching, save clippings to an online notebook, and then share notebooks with others." Google will be launching Google Notebook sometime next...

Google Trends, Co-op, Notebook, and Desktop 4 at Google Press Day

Google made a number of big(ish) announcements at yesterday's Google Press Day, but isn't that what Press Day is for? The biggest, or at least most fun, announcement was Google Trends, a new project at Google Labs that gives you pretty Alexa-like charts of search activity and Google News articles for the keywords you punch in. The charts are reminiscent of Google Finance, with news articles marked...