links for 2008-10-17

  • I'm an iGoogle addict. I check my news, email, stocks, feeds and weather there and sometimes even manage to squeeze in a game or two during the day. Having everything in one place is super convenient, but I often wish I could deal with all my stuff without having to leave my iGoogle page. With today's release, I can. We've rolled out an updated design for iGoogle to all U.S. users, which includes full canvas views for gadget and support for full feed reading. Not all of our gadgets have canvas views yet, but here are some of the best:
  • With Wall Street’s recent decline and the economy in such an uncertain place, many people are fearful of losing their jobs and lifelong investments. There are countless simple online services and tools dedicated to helping you take control of these elements. We’ve put together a list of over 200 to help you do everything from manage your personal and professional finances to find a job in your given field, get discounts at local and online stores, and much more. Whether you live here in the United States or abroad, we hope these will help. Which online services are you relying on to help you weather this storm?
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  • * Register & use it anywhere anytime Make screencasts / tutorials / demos / high-scores show-offs… * Record your screen in one click No download. Compatible with Windows, Mac OS X, Linux. * Share videos on the Internet in Flash Embed them on blogs/webpages or send them by email.
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