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This one is simple…..to set up CalDAV support for Google Calendar in Mozilla Sunbird, follow these steps:

  1. Open the Sunbird application (or under Thunderbird with Lightning Add-on) and select File >New Calendar.
  2. Select On the Network and click Next.
  3. Select the CalDAV format option.
  4. In the Location field, enter https://www.google.com/calendar/dav/[email protected]/events and click Next.
  5. Enter a name and select a color for your calendar.
  6. In the pop-up screen, enter the following information:
    Username: This is the complete email address you use with Google Calendar (ie: [email protected]). If you’re using Google Apps, be sure to enter your Google Apps email address.
    Password: This is the password you use to sign in to Google Calendar
  7. Click OK.

Your Google Calendar will now appear in the Calendar tab of Mozilla Sunbird, and Sunbird will sync any changes to and from Google Calendar.… Read the rest


A recent contest at CanSecWest, an event that brings together some of the most skilled experts in the security community, has demonstrated that the three most popular browser are susceptible to security bugs despite the vigilance and engineering prowess of their creators. Firefox, Safari, and Internet Explorer were all exploited during the Pwn2Own competition that took place at the conference. Google’s Chrome browser, however, was the only one left standing—a victory that security researchers attribute to its innovative sandbox feature.

Way to go Google….but then again what else were you expecting from THE internet company. So if you wanna be safe while wandering through the tubes, go grab a copy ….you’ll be sorry you didn’t.

Cooliris Rocks…..

datePosted on 23:16, March 13th, 2008 by Many Ayromlou


Okay these guys are my new best friends….Head over to cooliris.com and grab your copy of their cooliris previews extension…..trust me you’ll not be disappointed…..makes browsing faster and more fun. You’ll wonder how you ever got by without it.

Who needs a Digital Picture Frame…..

datePosted on 23:01, March 13th, 2008 by Many Ayromlou


Just hop on over to piclens.com and grab their Firefox/IE plugins (OSX, WinXP/Vista) and start enjoying your online pictures again. This little gem works with either browser (and pretty much all the derivatives…..ie: Flock, Bonecho, etc.) and will totally knock your socks off. Just install it, go to a random flickr page (or one of the other services they support) and press the little blue play button in the address bar area or on the actuall pictures…..It even supports the little mac remote……Now I have a excuse to buy that mac mini :-)

Bill, google is coming to getcha…

datePosted on 14:52, June 3rd, 2007 by Many Ayromlou

Well, here is my prediction after digesting most of the content that came out of G-Day. Google Gears will soon make MS Office (and for that matter most “installed” applications) obsolete. Google’s Gears homepage explains that Gears is …

< <... an open source browser extension that enables web applications to provide offline functionality using following JavaScript APIs: – Store and serve application resources locally
– Store data locally in a fully-searchable relational database
– Run asynchronous Javascript to improve application responsiveness

Google in a press release states that Gears “marks an important step in the evolution of web applications because it addresses a major user concern: availability of data and applications when there’s no Internet connection available, or when a connection is slow or unreliable.” They go on to say that making the browser environment more powerful is increasingly important (Google snatched up a couple of Firefox developers – this makes even more sense in the light of this announcement).… Read the rest