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Categories : General Technology ,Computers ,Internet & Networks, gmail, google, google code, privacy, Spy
i was listening earlier today to the Kim Komando radio show , among the topics covered was Online privacy & google .
Now most of us use google SE and its products ( google mail , google calendar , google ads , spread sheets & docs etc …), that includes bills , Credit card accounts , purchases , addresses , private chats … if we are “scanned ” which we might be then oly chit !
After listening to Kim i thought i’d give it a quick search on the topic and bumped into masterplanthemovie .
scary eyh ?
how exposed are we ? what do you think ?
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Categories : General Technology ,Computers ,Internet & Networks, google, google code, web 2.0
f you’ve never used it before, you’ll want to give it a try: Google Desktop is a handy tool, which enables you to search within your personal data in seconds. Fresh Google Gadget Plugins can make your search even more efficient …
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Categories : actionscript, Flash & As, General Technology ,Computers ,Internet & Networks, google code, programming language, Tweening
I was surfing google code to see whats new .
Found a new tweening class “caurina.transitions.Tweener”.
Tweener is a static class – that is, a class that allows you to run methods on it, or call its properties, but that never lets you create instances from it. This means that, with Tweener, you never create a new object – you simply tells Tweener to do something for you.
Tweener works on the idea that, instead of setting the value of a given property of a given object directly, as in myMC._x = 10, you can tell that property to create a transition to that value – by doing this transition or tweening, you can control your numeric data in a more fluid way. Doing slides, fades, and all kinds of animation is the result of this kind of manipulation: by making a property or variable go to one value or the other fluidly, not immediately.