I recently installed the Geolocation WordPress Plugin on one of my private blogs to allow me to Geotag my posts with a location from wherever I might have been at the time of posting. The main feature that really stood out for me was the ability to Geotag posts using the WordPress iOS app, when writing a post from my iPhone I could Geo tag that post accurately using my phones built in GPS capabilities.
Got this weird error from iGoogle homepage today, not an error i’ve seen from any other language on the web!
This page contains the following errors:
error on line 13 at column 1897: Opening and ending tag mismatch: img line 0 and a
Below is a rendering of the page up to the first error.
Another Google Chrome newspaper advert here in the uk, seems to be targeting a largely male audience..
Recently Google has been pushing its advertisement of its new Browser, Google Chrome in my local area. It must really be pushing for a larger market share in the Browser wars that are going on to target people at this kind of level.
“Google can process many types of content. However, while we can process HTML, PDF, and Flash files, we have a more difficult time understanding (e.g. crawling and indexing) other rich media formats, such as Silverlight.”
Seems a little odd to me to single out silverlight!
I recently freed my iphone using one of the popular jailbreak methods that are floating around on the internet, and because of this you can then use applications that are not certified for use by apple (Aka apps from the community). Of the couple of apps i downloaded one useful app I found was SMS2Mail
SMS2Mail allows you to organize, backup, and forward your SMS messages from your iPhone to any email account, and i decided to set it up to use my gmail account to backup my settings using SMTP, however i ran into a problem! It kept giving me an error just saying it failed to send, basically i believe it was to do with the browser secure https setting that i was using in gmail, i simply selected ‘Don’t always use https’ and this allowed me to use this application, hopefully it can be of some use to other people! As i couldn’t find anything myself online for this problem.
Now that the Google Browser Sync has been discontinued I bet you’re wondering just how to get rid of all that data the mighty googleplex holds about you? Right? Well I sure was and went trudging around the internets looking at ways to get rid of this data stored on the servers.
After much googling I found.. Well not alot on how to exactly get rid of this data, so for those of you wondering here’s a little howto: » Read more…