Ok, security issues aside, but combined with Cloud Computing and high speed internet, I guess the future is indeed on the web.
Short demo of the new Gtk+ broadway backend which displays
remotely into a html5 browser.
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So how secure is your password? You can test it from this website : http://howsecureismypassword.net/
Warning: Do not use your real password for testing on this website, it is not secured!
A nice twitter client for those who are working in CLI environment.
A Windows alternative is also available at : Twitter Windows Command Line Client.
Alternatively you can try a cURL hack to post your update to twitter from command line.
btw my twitter id is ‘mypapit’. Happy twittering.
I stumbled upon this while surfing the website.
You got to see it for yourself, http://telescopictext.com/
Being a relatively newcomer with Desktop + Web apps application, I tried to experiment with Mozilla Prism in a newly installed Ubuntu Hardy on my sister’s laptop.
At first glance, Mozilla Prism really hits the spot. as it allows seamless integration of various web application within your computer. Prism made it easier for me to access various web application from my desktop with relative ease, as if they were local applications.
Screenshots of Prism in action
Prism enhances web experience greatly by integrating web application into desktop environment.
How to Install Prism
From desktop, go to System->Administration->Synaptic Package Manager, and search prism. Install “prism” package together with its associated web application (called “bundles”)
Facebook and Google Groups Integrated inside Applications Menu