Friday, February 24, 2006

Google Page Creator

Google has launched a new service called google page creator which enables it's users to create and publish useful, attractive web pages in just minutes and ofcourse for free. After MSN space and Yahoo 360 google joined the fight with google pages. I'vent experienced it yet. Because it's in Beta now and has limited users. Someone having a Gmail account can use this service. It's features are :

* No technical knowledge required. Because it uses WYSIWYG technology,

* What you see is what you'll get. Edit your pages right in your browser, seeing exactly how your finished product will look every step along the way.

* You don't need to worry about hosting. Because pages will live on their own site at

Click here to know more about Google page creator.

Click here to use google page creator.

And here are some screen shots.

Thursday, February 23, 2006

Gmail Skins

Gmail Skins is a Firefox extension that lets you change the look of your Gmail inbox

It adds the following features:

-Change the colour/skin of your inbox
-Insert smileys/emoticons and images in to your emails
-Make the navigation (Inbox, Starred, Sent Mail, etc) horizontal
-Fix the navigation in place so that you don't have to scroll to the top of the page to see it
-Zebra stripes on mailbox - pretty!
-Change the attachment paperclip (on inbox) to an icon indicating the type of attachment
-Hide various page elements (invite panel, page footer, your email address from the top right of -inbox - may be useful for public computers)

Download here

Wednesday, February 15, 2006

Performancing Firefox

Another new advancement on Firefox for blogging..... the details are given below...:
Performancing for Firefox is a blog editor extension for Mozilla Firefox web browser. Using this extension, anyone can post an entry easily to his/her Wordpress, Blogger, LiveJournal, TypePad, and Movable Type blog. Once it is installed the extension, by hitting F8 or click on the little pencil icon on the bottom right to open the WYSIWYG blog editor (see screenshot).
Before starting posting, you need to add your blog account information so the extension can “talk” to your blogging system. You can add your blog information into by using the Performancing Account Wizard (see screenshot).
Once the wizard is open, you can specify what kind of blog system you are using. Unless you are hosting Wordpress and Movable Type yourself, you will be asked to enter your account username and password. If you are hosting Movable Type or Wordpress yourself, you will need to enter the server API address. The file is named mt-xmlrpc.cgi for Movable Type and xmlrpc.php for Wordpress.
The blog editor include a formatting toolbar with commonly used buttons such as bold, italic, underline, quote, increase font size, decrease font size, insert link, insert image, color, ordered list, unordered list, justify left, justify right, and justify.
Just like most WYSIWYG editor, performancing for firefox allows you to preview both the source code and the final preview of the entry you are writing.
This is a very nice and easy to use extension for bloggers. If you are looking forward for the Flock web browser because of it’s built-in weblog editor, you might wanna give Performancing for Firefox a try.

Monday, February 06, 2006

Badh vangar Awaj

Here goes another effort of bangla blog badh vangar awaj ... Here you can write bangla blogs.. they support bijoy keyboard as well as phonetic key board... by clicking you can write bangla blogs. you can express your views, experiences ... write online diaries ..novels , etc. and all are in bangla...

Mahathir says NO to Microsoft

Dr Mahathir Mohamad said Bangladesh should prefer Linux operating system to Microsoft in order to leapfrog in the ICT sector.Dr Mahathir Mohamad said Bangladesh should prefer Linux operating system to Microsoft in order to leapfrog in the ICT sector.While highlighting the key factor behind Malaysia's success in ICT sector, Mahathir said the Malaysian government did not adopt the "monopolistic and proprietary" computer operating system of Microsoft."We have standardized the use of Linux instead, which is based on open standards," said the former Malaysian premier while answering the audience after his remarkable keynote speech at the inaugural session of Bangladesh-Malaysia Business Forum .He gave credit to user-friendliness of Linux for Malaysia's tremendous success in e-governance, e-business and e learning. Mahathir said the Bangladesh government's ICT policy should also make Linux the national standard of computer operating system.