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Make your web sites available in different languages using Google Translate Gadget

In Google, HowTo, IT, Tips N Tricks, Tools, Web 2.0 on December 22, 2008 at 1:26 am

If you have a blog or a website then it would be nice thing to have the ability for your readers to translate your website into their own language. You don’t have to create different versions of your website to provide your readers with a way to read your website in the language of their choice. has a well explained article on how to translate your website or blog to different languages using Google Translate Gadget.

It is definitely worth a read.


Bring your Google Calendar agenda to your Gmail sidebar

In Google, HowTo, Tips N Tricks, Web 2.0 on November 18, 2008 at 4:53 pm

This is pretty cool. Read on to learn how to bring your Google Calendar agenda to your Gmail sidebar.

Mapplets: Google Map Gadgets

In Breaking News, General, Google, Misc, News, Technical, Tips N Tricks, Tools, Web 2.0 on July 11, 2007 at 1:08 pm

Google just released a new feature to its Google Maps called Mapplets. Mapplets are simple/small gadgets that can be embedded into the Google Maps. Mapplets can be found under “My Maps” if you are signed-in to Google network. There are bunch of Mapplets that Google has put out to begin with including, Real Estate Search, Photos, Gas Prices, Distance Measurement Tool, Earth as Art, and Crop Circles. But when you click the “Add Content” button you get a much bigger list of all the available Mapplets and I’m sure if you don’t find the one you are looking for it would be available soon.

To check out Google Mapplets you would, obviously, have to visit Google Maps.

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Folders4Gmail: Create nested labels in Gmail

In General, Google, HowTo, Misc, Tips N Tricks, Tools on July 11, 2007 at 10:27 am

As you know Labels are so convenient in Gmail to deal with the huge volume of emails. Depends on who you are it could get cluttered with so many different labels defined to handle different contexts. Folders4Gmail is a cool solution to this issue. This Greasemonkey script lets you structure the labels like folders with nested labels that could make it easy to handle the plethora of labels that you might end up with.

You can create the nested look by inserting “\” into the label name. So to create the “Middle” folder as shown in the screenshot, you need to create two labels, one with the name “Top Level” and a second with the name “Top Level\Middle.” Once you do that the script will sense the “\” and will nest the “Middle” label under “Top Level”.

Folders4Gmail is a free download for Firefox with the Greasemonkey extension. You can download the script from here.

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Video: Google CEO interview at the World Economic Forum

In Google, Misc, News on June 16, 2007 at 11:39 pm

Eric Schmidt, Google’s CEO talks about the latest hot topic about Google – Personalization and Privacy – in this video from the World Economic Forum meeting.

Watch it from here if you can’t see the below embedded video player.