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Sunday, July 03, 2011

Google+ Invites

Got invites?


Me neither, but I really want one.

Feel free to use this space to request Google+ Invites and/or offer Google+ Invites.

Also, if/when I finally get my very own invite and am allowed to invite others, I promise to pay it forward!

UPDATE: I finally received my Google+ invite and am now taking requests for Google+ invites. Leave your email here and I will invite you while the doors are open - first come, first serve!

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Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Gmail for Business

Do you own or operate a business? You should take advantage of the ease and usefulness of Gmail by getting it for your domain. You can use Google Apps to add Gmail to your domain. Then, set up to 50 email accounts for free. It doesn't cost you anything!

Google Apps also has paid services for organizations wanting more. With Gmail, you have the easy to use interface along with its speed and resourceful lab add ons.

So, if you haven't already, I'd highly suggest you check it out. In addition, if you're looking for a a loan or cash advance for your business, hit me up. I can get you a discounted rate.

Monday, March 08, 2010

Google Buzz and Gmail

I gave Google Buzz a try, but haven't been using it anymore. I have it linked to my Twitter, so when I update that, it goes there. And I think it's also connected to one of my blogs. But I don't update those often either.

Unfortunately, Facebook still wins out. I'd like to switch over to Google Buzz, but it's just not any good yet. Nobody's on it, it's not social enough and it's slow on my computer. I did like Orkut, and I think integrating that with Gmail (and calling it Buzz) would have been a good idea.

My favorite thing about Orkut was the Karma. Google Buzz has no real social extras like that. It's purely a Twitter rip off, plugged directly into your email client.

I'd like to see some improvements overall. I think it will get there and be useful. I did enjoy the early days of Gmail, when this blog was first started. It was fun, and Gmail was awesome. There hasn't been many Google products that have been as great since. I was enthusiastic about Wave, but it's just not that useful. Buzz, same thing. Voice....probably better with a smart phone to use it on.

Wednesday, March 04, 2009

Total Synapse - Connecting IT and Health

Medical IT Services

Total Synapse, Inc. provides online marketing and IT services to health field organizations. Please check out our site and let me know what you think.

I designed the logo myself, with the idea from company co-founder, Trey McLeskey. If you're in a medical field and need IT services, please contact us. Also, we would be interested in providing websites for individuals, so if you're considering promoting yourself on the world wide web, be sure to send us an email.

Wednesday, February 06, 2008

Information on Mr. Bennet of NBC's Heroes

Mr. Bennet is also known as HRG. Who is HRG? Well, Mr. Bennet is! HRG stands for horn-rimmed glasses and he was originally referred to as this before we came to know him as Claire's father.

Some claim he is an Internet Champion for his wonderful blog posts. Even with his silence he can cause an uproar of laughter. The people of China adore him.

His hobbies include shooting people, hunting Sylar, and playing chess with Mr. Muggles.

At first glance, Noah Bennet appears to be an ordinary businessman who works at the Primatech Paper Company and lives in Odessa, Texas, with his wife and two children. However, he and his associates have actually traveled the world for a number of years investigating superhuman phenomena. Bennet claims that he assists them in learning to use their powers, although there are sometimes unintended consequences. One of Bennet's associates is a mysterious man known only as "The Haitian" with the power of wiping out memories. Others include Eden McCain, a doctor called "Hank," and a woman called "Lisa". In the past, he has also worked with Claude, the "Invisible Man". His true agenda and overall affiliation are still mysterious. In response to Matt Parkman's inquiries as to whether he works for the FBI or the CIA, Bennet said he doesn't work for "any organization that has initials."[3] Bennet clearly loves his daughter, Claire, but is also overprotective of her. This sometimes leads him to use his authority and associates in ways more unsavory than usual. Past, present and future events all indicate that Bennet has lied about Claire's origin multiple times. This leads him to lose the trust of his daughter temporarily in the first season.

According to his driving license, his previous address is 9 Juniper Lane, Odessa, Texas. Noah Bennet speaks Japanese, and also appears to speak at least a limited amount of Russian. Bennet is also proficient with firearms. Although he does not possess any powers of his own, his extensive experience in dealing with beings with superpowers makes him capable of handling them.

At the moment he is relazing. But don't worry. Mr. Bennet will start posting again! In the meantime, you can find him competing in Sylar's Bachelor!

"The man with the horn-rimmed glasses. He chased me around the world."

- Mohinder (to Eden)

Tuesday, February 05, 2008

How's Gmail Working For You?

So now everyone pretty much has Gmail, right? So how do you enjoy it?

I'm using it on a couple of my domains, through Google's Domain Services. It's really great. Google Talk is also integrated with it, which means I can talk to my "employees" while we're all online checking email. It's a great feature.

Take care, all you crazy Heroes!

-Your friends at the Burnt Toast Diner.