How many Facebook Pages have you liked thus far? A question so simple you’ll have hard time answering. At least to my knowledge, there isn’t any obvious way you can find all the pages you have liked on Facebook, which is frustrating to say at least.
Chrometa is a time tracking software for Windows that will possibly eliminate the question “Where did my time go?“. Once installed, Chrometa will track the amount of time you have spent on any application in a very detailed manner. When you’re on a browser for example, Chrometa will track the time you have spent on individual web pages.
A copy of Chrometa used to be cost $99, but you can now get yourself a license key for free by just providing your email address (the key will be sent to your email). The license key will only work on the desktop version though, the web app version starts from $19 to $99.
WordPress Theme: If you are a reader of any blog under Gawker Media’s flag (i.e. Lifehacker, Gizmodo, io9 etc.), chances are you have already seen their latest redesign. It felt more like a web app now, navigating the blog is now snappier, mostly done without requiring any page refresh.
Android app: Never liked the not-so-human look of the little green Androids? Wished that they were more handsome and charming just like you?
If you own an Android device, you could just do that. Google had just release Androidify to the Android Market, an app which you could customize the green Android with different hair styles, eyewear, beards, clothings, shoes and other accessories.
It’s like a little dressing game which you could make the Android look just like you, or rather, make yourself look like an Android. You could then share it across social networks or make it your avatar across the web.
According to a piece ran on Bloomberg, Apple is working on a lower-end iPhone that is both smaller and cheaper than the current line up. It is said to be one-third smaller than the iPhone 4, but I can only hope that the screen dimension doesn’t shrink proportionally. A 2.3″ screen running on iOS is as uninteresting as it sounds.
Imaginary iPhone Nano & iPhone Shuffle dated in 2007, courtesy of iA.
The 140 characters limitation on Twitter is what made most tweets short and precise, without blabbering too much. At times however, 140 characters is simply just insufficient to convey a message effectively, and that is why there are services that allow you to tweet longer.