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Google Bookmarks gets Delicious import, via staffer's undead script

When Yahoo announced it was ready to wash its hands of Delicious, panicked users began looking for alternative places to send their cloud bookmarks. Delicious, however, responded quickly and said there was nothing to worry about -- the service was still being maintained and your bookmarks didn't need to be rescued from a burning building. Never ones to miss an opportunity, Google has finally...

Move Outlook notes to Evernote easily with a free script

Microsoft Outlook lets you export your notes, but your file type choices are pretty limited. The same can be said for Evernote's import feature, which only handles its own export files or Microsoft OneNote 2007 or newer. Thankfully, a gent named Richard was kind enough to point us toward a script he created to make moving notes from Outlook to Evernote as easy as possible. Download his...

How to rescue your friends' email addresses from Facebook and export them to Gmail

With Google calling out Facebook last week for trapping your contacts, it seems like a perfect time to offer a solution for rescuing those Facebook contacts and their email addresses -- sorry, still no phone numbers -- and exporting them to Gmail or your other address book of choice. To do this, you'll need a Yahoo! account (Mozilla's Asa Dotzler says a Windows Live account works, too). It's...

Google Wave now lets you export waves to Zip files

Google has just announced the availability of a Zip export tool for waves created in the almost defunct Google Wave. This looks like it's just the first step of many that will let you get the data you've created in Wave out of the service before it's eventually shut down forever. Within any wave, there's now an Export menu that lets you save the wave and any attachments that have been added...

Posterous continues feud with TwitPic, releases new TwitPic export tool

Posterous and TwitPic have been in an ongoing battle over Posterous' efforts to release an app that lets you pull your TwitPic photos into your Posterous blog. After the first attempt, TwitPic blocked Posterous entirely, and threatened to sue, so Posterous took down the app. Now it's back, though, as an Adobe-Air-based export tool that TwitPic can't block (yet). The new tool lets you sign in...

Historian exports your browser history to .CSV for easy analysis

Erez loves crunching data in Excel. And he loves making sure he's not getting off track and being unproductive in his browser when there's work to do. I haven't asked, but I'm thinking Historian would be right up his alley. It's a free, portable tool for Windows which can export history data from all the major web browsers to delimited text file. Once saved, you're free to open the file in...

Easily import and export your Adobe Photoshop CS4 and CS5 workspace settings with this script

Rejoice! No longer must you hack and slash at your preferences folder to backup or share your workspace -- there's a script to do it for you! Simply grab the script, unzip it, then Files>Scripts>Browse in Photoshop. The ingenious engineers at Adobe are obviously hard at work on CS6, and this script is likely an early example of what we can expect in the next iteration of the Creative...

Cross-platform portprofile is a simple way to backup your Firefox profile

Looking for a dead-simple way to back up your Firefox profile? It doesn't get much simpler than portprofile. Regardless of what OS you're using -- Windows, Linux, BSD, Mac -- anywhere you can run Firefox you can run portprofile. It's provided as a Java web start app which means as long as you have Java installed, you can simply click and launch it right from the Google code project page....

Google makes it easy to download all your Docs files

Google has finally made it easy to download all your files from Google Docs in one fell swoop. In the official blog post they're calling the move "news from the Data Liberation Front." It's a logical feature to offer with any online service. Now, there is a limit - 2GB - but that ought to cover just about all your Docs data unless you have some uber-massive presentations stored there. Google...

Flickr collects cool photo apps in its new App Garden

Flickr has an open and very powerful API that's been around since 2004. Five years later, developers have built an enormous number of great apps and cool toys for Flickr. Now you can browse and discover Flickr apps in one central location, the new App Garden. Apps in the garden range from stats to importing/exporting to integration with other sites. Although Flickr has chosen some featured...

Set your Google Docs free with the new Convert, Zip and Download feature

One of the first moves from Google's Data Liberation Front is the option to take your documents out of Google Docs with a new Convert, Zip and Download feature. You'll find the new feature under "export" in the More Actions menu. You can download multiple docs at once - wouldn't be music of a data liberation feature otherwise, right? - and that includes text documents, presentations and...

Facebook Exporter for iPhoto

If you've ever wondered what the easiest way is to send photos from iPhoto to Facebook, the answer is Facebook Exporter for iPhoto. Since Facebook is the largest photo website on the web in terms of images served, it makes sense that people would want to streamline the process of uploading photos to it as much as possible. Using Facebook Exporter for iPhoto, the process couldn't be more simple....

Get your photos from iPhoto to Flickr with FFXporter

If you use iPhoto, and you have a Flickr account, but you don't have a way of getting your pictures from one to the other, you might want to give FFXporter a look. It's a free iPhoto plugin that -- just as the name would indicate -- exports files from your iPhoto library to Flickr. Although there are other ways of getting this done, I have yet to find another free one that works as well....

All in one driver solution with DriverMax

Need to reinstall Windows but you misplaced your driver disks? Not sure you have everything you need? DriverMax has you covered. Backing up and reinstalling your drivers couldn't be easier. After installing DriverMax, go into Driver Operations and click on Export drivers. A list of all your installed drivers will be displayed and you can pick and choose which ones to export, or simply export...

Google adds PowerPoint export option for presentations

It's Microsoft's world and we're all just living in it. As much as you may try to pretend this is true, it becomes readily apparent any time somebody launches a Microsoft Office competitor. Because the first question isn't "does it have all of the features I'd expect from Word, Excel, and PowerPoint?" No, the first question is "can it open MS Office documents and save documents in Office formats?"...