Google Reader will be retired on July 1, 2013.
RSS is a fantastic tool. The link has a good introduction. Instead of visiting sites, let the content come to you (but not in email).. mjh
If you’re trying to keep up with news and content on multiple web sites, you’re faced with the never ending task of visiting those sites to check for new content. Read on to learn about RSS and how it can deliver the content right to your digital doorstep.
The greasemonkey script I used was broken by changes to Google Calendar and has not yet been updated. This one works.
Script Summary: Adds buttons to collapse the sidebar (containing the list of calendars) and the search bar (containing the Google logo and calendar search).
The new (as of July 2011) Google Calendar interface uses precious screen real estate for the search bar at the top (containing the Google logo and calendar search) as well as the bar on the left side (containing the list of calendars amongst other gadgets). On smaller screens this leaves the calendar too small especially if overlapping events are displayed.
This script will add two buttons which will allow you to show or hide these two bars. The buttons are placed just left of the "Print" and "Reload" buttons and uses the same layout as the rest of the interface making this script native in its appearance.
Works in Firefox, Chrome and Opera.
I, for one, look forward to Google taking over the world. Now you can view and zoom into works of art from world museums.
If you have a gmail account, you may receive a message like the following. Hopefully, it will be obvious to you that you should not reply to this email. (Use the Report Spam button, instead.) This is dim-witted phishing.
Google Account Verification
Due to the congestion in our Gmail servers,there would be removal of all unused Gmail Accounts.You will have to confirm if your E-mail is still active by filling out your login info below after clicking the reply button, or your account will be suspended within 24 hours for security reasons.
Note: This email is only for Account owner.
Thank you for using Gmail !
The Gmail Team
I just typed “Albuquerque movie listings” into Google. I expected the various theater pages in the results, but the number one result lead to a page by Google. In characteristic Google fashion, this page has no adornment or fluff. Instead, the page lists all the ABQ theaters with choices for sorting by theater, film title, and ratings. Each listing includes links to the theater, the movie, a trailer, and IMDB. Individual times listed are links to fandango.com for ticket purchase. This page is so beautifully efficient and useful, I had to write about it.