Mid April Google made the Google+ Comment System available on Blogger.
Of course it did not take long till it got hacked and made available for Wordpress blogs. The code is rather straightforward and easy to put on your site even without plugins.So far I have noticed plugins for Wordpress and Joomla.
I will play with it shortly in my sandbox. Google has not yet added the details to their tech docu. That’s why it is still a hack.
I guess Fred Astaire is dancing in heaven now (and for Tumblr.) :-)
Don’t Check Your Email In The Morning. Stop That!
… or your day could get wrecked.
In case you don’t know what else to do with your time, read what motivational speaker Tony Robbins, author and speaker Brian Tracy, Craig Newmark of Craigslist, David Karp of Tumblr, and other successful people are sharing with us.
A quick update about what is on my mind right now.Google just announced the new Android 4.1 “Jelly Bean” operating system for mobile devices and the Nexus 7 tablet which starts shipping in mid July, 2012. Enhancements in the new release are:
Google Now which predicts what kind of information you’ll need at your fingertips right now
Enhanced voice and gesture user interface features
Better performance due to an overhaul of core components.
and much more …
The Nexus 7 was jointly developed by Asus and Google and will be available at a price point of US$ 199.00
Opportunity to Share Your Tips For Effective Email Marketing
Hello business builder,A quick note about an opportunity to share your experience. I have decided to reactivate my blog carnival “Email Marketing Tips.”Therefore, if you have written a blog article about this topic, I might include it in the next issue which will go live on Thursday, June 7, 2012. Deadline for your submission is Wednesday night, June 6, 2012 at 11 p.m. Pacific Time (as in Los Angeles, California, USA)Here is the link: Submit your email marketing related blog post Looking forward to pick your submission. Yours John W. Furst E-Biz Booster Blog
Hello business builders,You might have heard it many times before, “Content Is King!”This little phrase gets everyone excited who is especially afraid of paid advertising. Countless blogs and worthless article directories have been started with the hope to attract traffic and turn it into money without spending a dime.But this is not about it.
Reading: October Abduction of Thomas Martin - Bloodline
“When Thomas Martin, bull-rider and rancher, disappeared on his way to his hunting camp one night people thought they knew what happened to him…they were wrong.” ~ Becky Blanton
Check it out like I do. The homepage of the book http://octoberabduction.com/Purchase the book directly at Amazon.com The October Abduction of Thomas Martin: Bloodline (Volume 1)About the Author Becky Blanton is a TED Global 2009 speaker, a former journalist of 23+ years, and a full-time writer and ghostwriter. Although the characters and the events in their lives are fictional, the October Abduction Series are based on real events, facts and historical as well as Biblical references. Check it out.Yours John(The author is a friend of mine and sent me a review copy of the book free of charge. I might get compensated if you buy a copy. However, I love what I am reading right now.)
Quick Tip: How to verify that Firefox sync has competed before turning “the device” off. (without any extra plugins)
I recently started to use Firefox Sync to make sure I have the latest bookmarks, passwords, et al. with me all the time on my desktop PCs and the notebooks.
What I find a bit disturbing is that Firefox does not let you know when the “sync” has completed successfully. That means, when you turn off the device too early, you might miss out some changes you have during the last session.
I brought that consideration to the support forum and could close “the case” in the meantime.
There might be mor eelegant solutions than this—less technical ones—but this approach works for me okay,