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Google Friend Connect Is Live


Google Friend Connect is a service that helps site owners easily provide social features for their visitors. Users gain the ability to sign in to, make friends on, and interact with your site, making it more social and more...
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Digg Finally Drops the DiggBar and Applies a 301 R


Digg short URLs now do a 301 permanent redirect (instead of rel=canonical) thus passing on all the PageRank and search engine juice to the publisher's...
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Convert Your Emails into Google Documents without


Google recently introduced a new feature in Gmail that lets you easily convert an email conversation into a Word document without having to use copy-paste. Simply click the "Create a Document" link next to any Gmail thread and the entire message...
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Living the Dream - Salesforce, Google and SaaS


We at Appirio have lots of experience at big technology companies (SAP, webMethods, Borland) and classic enterprise software startups. We run Appirio differently from what we saw at these companies. We not only run our business using software...
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Get Your Targeted Message Across in Salesforce


How do you communicate with your Salesforce Users? Email, newsletters, a News section within the Salesforce sidebar or Home Page? Each can have its appropriate time and place, but how do you manage it all? You want to target your message to...
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Quick and Dirty (and Cheap) Browser Testing


Adaptive Path is a pretty homogeneous company, technologically speaking. Were a 100% Mac shop. Some of us fire up Parallels to create a Visio document or to play with Expressions, but this is a rarity. As a developer this limits my ability put a...
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