Trello – Great Collaboration and Project Mangement Tool

Recently my organization started to use Trello to track our projects. We already had many tools to help manage our ongoing/planned projects and related issues. We even developed several tools ourselves to do various jobs such as time tracking, request queue processing, etc. I was a little resistent when they let me put my projects… Continue reading Trello – Great Collaboration and Project Mangement Tool

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I Don’t Need 3G on Kindle

Initially I wanted to buy a WiFi-only Kindle, but a friend encouraged me to buy the 3G version – why not spend $50 for life-time free 3G? It seemed so attractive, that I was convinced by him and chose the 3G version. A year has passed since I got the 3G Kindle. How often did… Continue reading I Don’t Need 3G on Kindle

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Writing Greasemonkey User Scripts for Firefox and Chrome

Greasemonkey was initially only a Firefox extention but due to its popularity it’s quickly adopted by major browsers. Since Opera takes a very small market share, here on the topic of cross browser user scripts, I’m only going to talk about Chrome and Firefox. As for Internet Explorer, I just don’t like it. Now Chrome… Continue reading Writing Greasemonkey User Scripts for Firefox and Chrome