By Mark O’Neill During one of my many stumbling expeditions, I came across a cool Firefox extension which allows you to resize most text boxes on a webpage. This is useful if you’re in the habit of commenting on a lot of blogs and the blog owner gives you an area the size of a […]
By Mark O’Neill After reading Kiltak’s recent post on backing up and restoring a WordPress blog, I thought I would chip in with a WordPress issue of my very own. For the past few days, my WordPress blog, which is hosted by Yahoo Webhosting, has been “playing silly buggers” (as we Brits like to say). […]
In the past few weeks, I’ve tested a few disaster recovery procedures for [GAS], and I thought that sharing those with the blogosphere could be of value to a lot of bloggers out there. If you’re among those who’ve been religiously backing up their WordPress blog since day one, let me ask you a question: […]
By Mark O’Neill Unless you’ve been in deep hibernation for the past year, you’ll know that tonight is the Iowa caucuses which, as usual, is the first state to vote for the person who could potentially become the next President of the United States. Since my previous post concerned alternative uses for Google Talk, I […]
By Mark O’Neill I am a HUGE fan of Google Talk, so much so that I am trying to find more diverse ways of using it, apart from chatting to people and sending / receiving files. I never quite clicked (excuse the pun) with the Gmail version of Talk and so I am using the […]
Howdy Sexy Geeks. I’m Shea Gunther, the newest Contributing Writer to this here fine blog. I’ve been a reader and big fan of GAS for the past year+ and I was really excited when Kiltak sent me an email asking if I’d be interested in being a GAS writer. I had discovered a post in […]
By Chris Garrett Guest Blogger For as long as I can remember, I have been called a geek. It took a while, but eventually I began to see it as a compliment and I realized what an advantage geeks have over the rest of humanity. More and more, the world is becoming technical. The people […]
There’s clearly something wrong going on when Web 2.0 companies such as Facebook get an estimated value of $15 billion, especially when they haven’t yet reported a penny of profit. Is the Web 2.0 bubble about to burst? Here’s an interesting video taking a look at the situation.