Monthly Archive: December 2007

Animoto Downloads

Animoto has finally come out with their download feature! You can now download your Animoto videos to your own computer in the .MP4 (H.264 QuickTime) format and you are free to use them wherever you want. I have been waiting for Animoto to announce this feature ever since I started playing around with their new-age …

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Google’s FREE 411 Service

Google’s local business information service launched back in April 2007 and it has come a long way.  With millions of callers now served, 1-800-GOOG-411 has become a popular speed dial on most cell phones and could surpass the traditional 411 services provided by your phone company that usually adds charges to your bill.

New Vista Printer Drivers

In case you haven’t already heard, I wanted to let you all know that HP has finally come out with some printer drivers that were long overdue. As for the HP LaserJet 1000 series, this brings Vista printing support to a total of four models now (1015, 1018, 1020, and the 1022).  Still waiting on the other half …

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Google Flight Status

Just in time for the holidays, Google has launched a new service through their search engine…  Flight status information right from within the SERP (Search Engine Results Page).  Google gets this data on all current flights from FlightStats.com and enables you to view the information when you search for a specific airline and flight number …

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Printing with Vista

Windows Vista is the latest version of the Windows family to hit the shelves. It’s been out for nearly a year now, but there are still a few issues completing common tasks such as setting up a printer. Surprisingly, there are still a large number of printers that are not “officially” supported by their manufacturers …

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