Official Google Blog: New Chrome extension: block sites from Google’s web search results


First blocked spam websites and content farms all together, now Google releases this Google Chrome extention which does the same thing but using another philosophy.

This extension gives Google Chrome users the power to block the websites they don’t want to see in the Google SEPRs, thus controlling what Google serves them. Read More…

Hp Touch Pad link doesn’t work on

I decided to check out the webOS HP TouchPad and see what all the hype is about so I hit on my Mac and went to Home & Home Office Products > Laptop, Tablet, & Netbook PCs and saw in the right side of the screen a cool banner (promo) with the webOS devices on it. So what did I do? I clicked it and BAM! The link doesn’t work!!!

What an HP employe has done (by mistake) is that Read More…

LifeHacker website re-design


I don't know when this happened, but the very well known Blog that has answers for anything called LifeHacker got a weird re-design. The reason I characterize it like that is because it reminds me of something that was born as the new Twitter and turned into a blog. I can see the practicality of the right hand bar, but I don't like it aesthetically. Anyway, I don't really care because I read LifeHacker directly from my RSS and rearly log on to the actual site.


Do you like my Posterous Theme? Here have it for FREE!


I never thought of sharing my Posterous theme but Viggo Andersen gave me the idea and so here it is. To be precise this is not MY theme, but a modified version of Cory Watilo’s Purple Theme which you can find in the Posterous Themes list.

I don’t have the time to upload an instructions manual for how to install it, so I guess some technical knowledge of HTML is needed in order for the theme to work properly. What I can say to make things easier is this:

  1. Download and Unarchive the ZIP file.
  2. The theme has 3 image files which have to be uploaded somewhere (anywhere).
  3. You must change the existing images location in the HTML code to the location of your images (mentioned in step 2).
  4. Open the HTML file in a TEXT editor and Copy all.
  5. Open the Posterous SETTINGS page and click on the EDIT THEME button.
  6. Once it has loaded, scroll down to find the PURPLE theme by Cory Watilo and choose it.
  7. Once it has been chosen, click on the ADVANCED menu item on the left and give a name to your theme.
  8. A text box with code will appear. Select all and delete. Then Paste the code you copied from my HTML file.
  9. Press Preview, then SAVE I’M DONE and you are done!

Hope you like it!

P.S. If you use it and feel like mentioning my post, that’s cool. If not, no prob. Cheers!
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