I’ve just noticed that Google integrated twitter on the search result in the same way Microsoft is integrating Facebook with Bing.
I can’t see the Bing+Facebooki integration yet (may be because I’m in the UK) but I saw today for the first time the Google+Twitter
Working in IT, and using the search engine most of the time to search something related to my work, I think Google+Twitter is much better. Twitter is where all my professional contacts are.
What do you think about this? who will provide the better service to you?
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There’s an interesting hidden feature in Chrome, that allows you to disable by default all the plugins, but allows you to enable the one you want by clicking on it.
To enable the feature, open about:flags on chrome and enable the Click to play feature:
At that point when you open a page that use a plugin you’ll see something like this:
Clicking on the plugin you’ll automatically start the execution of that single plugin:
It surely is annoying to have the FLASH plugin disabled when browsing youtube, so you can setup exception from the Chrome setting page: chrome://settings/content
Click on Manage Exceptions and add the site where you want the plugin to play by default
You can now enjoy a life without flash ads and with a lot less browser crash.
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I changed my master password on last pass because of some security problem they had in the last week (http://bit.ly/j4SVdN) and the horrible result is that it looks like I’ve now lost all of my stored passwords, see screenshot below:
I feel like a big middle finger is rising to salute LastPass.
False alarm, my data is back, but I’ve been really scared for a few minutes…
Actually it looks like it was Chrome LastPass plugin that was unable to decrypt my data after I changed the password. If that happen to you, uninstall and reinstall the plugin.
As reported by techcrunch (http://tcrn.ch/kGPsbp), google is apparently testing 2 new layouts for the search page. I happen to have the “white version”, with no lines separating each result.
I’m not sure this is a good solution. I like to have at least a small line that separate results one from the other. To me it looks harder to scan the result list for useful information.
Do you like the new Google layout for the search result page? http://on.fb.me/m9XXQZ