About six weeks ago, I started using CloudFlare on another site of mine. For those that are unaware, CloudFlare is a content delivery network (CDN) and distributed DNS service that is intended to improve site performance and security.
I recently updated the Google app on my iPhone and I have to say… Google Now is pretty cool. Cool enough that it’s now sitting in my launch bar. That being said, I’ve discovered an annoying bug with respect to Bluetooth integration.
I’ve long wanted to change the e-mail address associated with my Google Adsense account. Unfortunately, it wasn’t allowed. If you were using a Gmail address, you could. But if not, you were out of luck. Until now, that is…
The title says it all. We have an Apple TV (3rd gen) which I otherwise love, but… It won’t let me login to YouTube. Very frustrating, as I would love to be able to access my “Watch Later” list, etc. directly from the Apple TV.
If you use Google Analytics to keep track of traffic to your websites, you’ve likely been frustrated by the increasingly common (not provided) keyword data. On one of my sites, over 80% of all searches are accompanied (not provided) keywords.
Bummed that Apple booted Google Maps from their latest iOS update? Don’t despair. Google has promised a dedicated Google Maps app, much like they did for YouTube, but what can you do until it’s available?
Threaded conversations are one of the things I love about Gmail. That said, I sometimes want to split conversations into separate threads. This is especially common in multi-recipient conversations.
I recently converted a static site created using RapidWeaver to WordPress. This was a relatively easy process, and the end result was great. However, in looking at the Google Analytics data I spotted a problem.