File Explorer for Facebook, Picasa, Flickr, Amazon S3, Photobucket and MySpace- MyWeboo

Link: File Explorer for Facebook, Picasa, Flickr, Amazon S3, Photobucket and MySpace- MyWeboo

Definitely something useful if you would like to keep a backup of your life πŸ™‚

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New MacBook Promises 10-Hour Battery

Link: New MacBook Promises 10-Hour Battery

Updates about the New Macbook. Definitely something to look out for.

I need to start saving up for a Mac πŸ™‚ The 10 hour battery looks just magical and I would of course go for Pro with the 4Gb memory and firewire for video editing convenience πŸ™‚

How to Get the Best of Both Google Docs and Microsoft Office – Microsoft Office – Lifehacker

Link: How to Get the Best of Both Google Docs and Microsoft Office – Microsoft Office – Lifehacker

Both Companies want us to use their software exclusively. Why not use them both ;) ? A post by lifehacker

The Software highlighted in this article is :

Offisync ( Syncing Google Docs and Microsoft Office)

Google Calendar Sync ( Syncs Google Calendar with Microsoft Outlook)

and… Google Apps Marketplace

There is also a good mention of GQueues ( GMail Tasks on Steroids) and Manymoon ( Project Management )

Skype Group Video Calling Now Available for PCs

Link: Skype Group Video Calling Now Available for PCs

This is an extremely great move by Skype. I form part of organization which is very much based on online meeting and communication via mailing lists and this feature within Skype will definitely improve the level and clarity of communication within working groups of this same organization form part of. Looking forward to download the latest beta version. Right now this only available for PC which might be a dealbreaker for Mac users, but the company is thinking of installing this later on throughout the year.

In the meantime, a good and free alternative to this is TinyChat which allows for up to 12 people in simultaneous video connection, it’s web based so it can be used by anyone and it’s also very easy to connect since you canΒ  login with your Facebook, Twitter or create instanly a TinyChat account(which takes less than a few seconds to create). There are also a number of features such as whiteboard and desktop sharing and also the possibility to moderate the discussion.

What software do you use for your communication? Do you depend on Skype?or do you use other kinds of software such as MSN Messenger. Have you ever considered a web based application such as TinyChat beforehand?

Looking forward to your comments.