Location: Hyderabad, India


Search your web history

I use my web browsers' history feature frequently and am often frustrated when I still have a heck of time finding what I am looking for. I usually don't know the web site title but am interested in finding some specific information on a web page. Yet, browser history is organized by web site title.

Enter Dan Grinsby who has created what he calls a 'personal search engine' - the Recall toolbar. The Recall Toolbar, when activated, saves an index of the web pages you visit on your hard drive - making it a lot easier to find content on web pages you have visited before.

Only works in Internet Explorer right now but he is working on a Mozilla Firefox version. Anybody who might be able to help with the Firefox version, please contact Dan - I want to use the toolbar!!

Dick Tracey meets Maxwell Smart: Walkie Talkie wrist watch...


A cheap communications tool for geeks out of cell phone range or for geeks who don't have a lot of money. Offline instant messaging with voice - totally cool. Check out this walkie talkie wrist watch. Review at Engadget, purchase and more reviews at Amazon.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

This site is very informative for techno freeks like me.

9/03/2004 11:33:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey phani post something more intresting and that would make the blog better than what it is now.

9/05/2004 09:03:00 AM  
Blogger Gaby de Wilde said...

With firefox you can bookmark the tabs in a folder. Then you can sort the folder with the bookmark manager. I just toss 50 tabs in a "dafgafwae" folder. (2 sec)

Middle click can be set up to open the folder in tabs again.(with the tabs sorted like the bookies)

Typing things in the adressbar offers the bookmarked urls. It's awesome :D.

4/11/2005 08:18:00 PM  

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