Move over TinyURL, here comes TinyPaste

By Mark O’Neill
Contributing Writer, [GAS]

Here’s one for all you wordy blowhards out there who go totally nuts at Twitter’s 140 character limit, yep all you people that think that Tolstoy’s “War and Peace” is just a bit of casual light reading for a Sunday afternoon.

If you absolutely love to write on and on without any kind of restraint whatsoever, you now can! TinyPaste will give you a free text box in which to write your huge masterpiece unhindered and without any character limits. You can then post it online wherever you want.

Implementing virtualization: Techniques and Tools for Microsoft Windows Conversion

Since a lot of you guys are IT professionals, I thought I would point you to an interesting whitepaper we have on our free magazine portal. Here’s a short summary. Most IT professionals know or suspect that virtualization of computer systems may have an important role in their organization’s evolving infrastructure – though where and […]

M-22 Voyager Gyroplane (Video)

Priced at $98,000, the Magni Gyro M-22 Voyager may look like a standard helicopter, but it’s not. The M-22 is actually a gyroplane, and unlike a helicopter, it is pushed forward by a single rotor located behind the pilot. As the gyroplane takes off, the top rotor starts spinning by itself, acting like a wing, […]

Google Browser Sync rises from the dead

By Mark O’Neill Contributing Writer, [GAS] First Google announces that they are consigning their Browser Sync project to the grave and the fans that liked GBS started wailing and gnashing their teeth in despair.   This was good news to Mozilla who are currently developing their own browser sync project called Weave. But now Firefox Facts […]

Could Gmail Become a Corporate Solution?

By JR Raphael Contributing Writer, [GAS] Gmail is taking new steps toward becoming a large-scale client solution. In what’s billed as one of the world’s largest Gmail rollouts ever conducted, an Australian school system is dumping its Outlook setup in lieu of a completely Gmail-based e-mail system for its 1.3 million students. The transition — […]