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Auto History Wipe - Chrome Web Store
Automatically deletes browsing history and optionally other browsing data.

Auto History Wipe automatically deletes the browsing history every time Chrome starts. It uses no additional resources and performs no other background tasks. It can be configured in the Options page to automatically clear other browsing data as well.
google  chrome  privacy  web 
5 weeks ago by will.brien
PhotoScan – scanner by Google Photos
Scan photos in seconds

Don’t just take a picture of a picture. Create enhanced digital scans, with automatic edge detection, perspective correction, and smart rotation.
photography  google  iphone  software 
october 2017 by will.brien
Home · jay0lee/GAM Wiki · GitHub
GAM is a command line tool that allows administrators to manage many aspects of their Google Apps Account. This page provides simple instructions for downloading, installing and starting to use GAM.

GAM requires Google Apps Business, Education, Partner or Government Edition. Google Apps Free Edition has limited API support and not all GAM commands work.

While many GAM functions do not require domain administrative privileges, the setup does.
google  sysadmin  windows  documentation 
september 2017 by will.brien
opendata.ie | For the people, by the people
The purpose of opendata.ie is to help citizens access to high value, machine readable datasets generated by the Irish Government and public sector authorities. opendata.ie increases the ability of the public to easily find, download, and use datasets that are produced by the Irish Government and public sector authorities.
ireland  government  google  maps  database  reference 
october 2012 by will.brien
The Homely Mutt
Now that Sparrow is effectively dead many of its users will be looking for a new email client. If you’re not afraid of the terminal you may want to give Mutt a try.

Mutt certainly isn’t the prettiest email client around, and its setup/configuration process is one of the ugliest out there. But once you get it set up it’s got a lot of advantages over many other email clients.

In this post I’ll show you how to set up Mutt on OS X like I do.
email  mutt  google  cli  linux  imap  smtp  tutorials  <todo>  reference 
october 2012 by will.brien
Alpine and Gmail
After getting my Linux system updated and configured, I decided to install the Alpine mail client so that I could check my e-mail using a standalone client rather than having to use a web browser. While there are many text-based e-mail clients available (like mutt), I chose to use Alpine (developed by the University of Washington) since is an updated version of the classic Pine mail client and is offered under an Apache license. The primary benefit to using Alpine is that it is a light-weight, full-featured text-based mail client that is also easy to use and includes its own text editor (called Pico). The fact that it does not render HTML e-mail is an added bonus.

After looking through several websites on configuring Alpine, here is how I got it to work with Gmail via IMAP...
email  linux  cli  tutorials  reference  google  mutt  alpine  <todo> 
august 2012 by will.brien
Backup Google Mail GMail / Home / BaGoMa
BaGoMa backs-up and restores the contents of a GMail account. It can restore all the labels (folder structure), as well as the flags (seen/read, flagged) of a message. It differs from other similar solutions in a few important ways:

It is Open Source Software. You can read the code to make sure your password and email contents remain private.

Some backup solutions force you to use only ASCII characters in your labels. BaGoMa has no such restrictions on label names. Specifically, foreign characters and '/' (the label hierarchy delimiter) are allowed.

BaGoMa is tuned to work specifically with GMail. Each message is only downloaded and saved once. Backup solutions that are designed to work with regular IMAP accounts will download each message multiple times (once per label) when used to back up a GMail account. That can significantly increase the bandwidth requirements and the amount of storage required for backup. Additionally, a faithful restoration of your GMail account might not be possible from such a backup.

BaGoMa requires your GMail account to be IMAP accessible. Check the Mail Settings and make sure "Enable IMAP" is selected under the "Forwarding and POP/IMAP" tab. In the "Folder Size Limits" section on the same tab, make sure the following option is selected: "Do not limit the number of messages in an IMAP folder".

BaGoMa never deletes any email from your account. A restore simply compares the contents of your local backup with the contents of your GMail account, and uploads any messages missing from your GMail account. It never deletes messages from GMail to make it match the local backup.

Google sometimes imposes limits on how much data can be transfered from your account. If you run into such a limitation, just wait a few days and try the backup again. BaGoMa will pick up from where it left off. If the temporary loss of IMAP access is critical to you, think twice before using this script. As far as I'm aware, web access to your email should continue unimpeded even if IMAP access is blocked.
google  email  backup  python  cli  linux  documentation  software  <todo> 
may 2012 by will.brien
gmap-pedometer.com
This is a Web app designed to let you track the precise distance of your workouts, and track and log your activity. It started life as a little hack that uses Google's superb mapping application to help record distances traveled during a running or walking workout, and has grown since then.
running  maps  google  diy  health 
may 2012 by will.brien
Google Python Style Guide
Parting Words: BE CONSISTENT.

If you're editing code, take a few minutes to look at the code around you and determine its style. If they use spaces around all their arithmetic operators, you should too. If their comments have little boxes of hash marks around them, make your comments have little boxes of hash marks around them too.

The point of having style guidelines is to have a common vocabulary of coding so people can concentrate on what you're saying rather than on how you're saying it. We present global style rules here so people know the vocabulary, but local style is also important. If code you add to a file looks drastically different from the existing code around it, it throws readers out of their rhythm when they go to read it. Avoid this.
python  reference  programming  google  lists 
april 2012 by will.brien
Stephen Ostermiller's Cache Bookmarklets
Bookmarklets are useful peices of JavaScript code that you can save in your browser's bookmarks. When you then click this bookmark it will run the code against the current page rather than the usual "go to the bookmarked page" behavior of bookmarks.
bookmarklets  firefox  google  waybackmachine  archives 
march 2012 by will.brien
iredmail - Free, Open Source Email Server Solution for Red Hat Enterprise Linux, CentOS, Scientific Linux, Debian, Ubuntu, Mint, Gentoo, openSUSE, FreeBSD. - Google Project Hosting
iRedMail is:

A fully fledged, free email server solution, an open source project (GPL v2).
Use official binary packages from Linux/BSD distributions, with both i386 and x86_64 support.
Easy, fast deployment in LESS THAN 1 MINUTE. View YouTube Video to check how easy it is.
Works on Red Hat(R) Enterprise Linux, CentOS, Debian, Ubuntu, openSUSE, FreeBSD.
Works on both non-virtualized and virtualized boxes, e.g. VMware, OpenVZ, Xen.
email  opensource  linux  redhat  centos  debian  ubuntu  diy  software  google 
march 2012 by will.brien
Create Maps | BatchGeo
Paste your location data below to generate a free map:

"Tab-delimited" is the format most used. You can also start by using our Spreadsheet Template or hit "Map Now" and try it out with our example data.
google  maps  geography  reference 
december 2011 by will.brien
20 Year Archive on Google Groups
Google has fully integrated the past 20 years of Usenet archives into Google Groups, which now offers access to more than 800 million messages dating back to 1981. This is by far the most complete collection of Usenet articles ever assembled and a fascinating first-hand historical account.

We compiled some especially memorable articles and threads in the timeline below.
internet  history  google  reference  news 
august 2011 by will.brien
How to back up your Gmail on Linux in four easy steps
I really like Gmail, but I also like having backups of my data just in case. Here’s how to use a simple program called getmail on Unix to backup your Gmail or Google Apps email.
google  backup  email  linux  cli  mutt  diy 
august 2011 by will.brien
ScraperWiki
ScraperWiki is an online tool to make that process simpler and more collaborative. Anyone can write a screen scraper using the online editor. In the free version, the code and data are shared with the world. Because it's a wiki, other programmers can contribute to and improve the code.
datamining  reference  python  api  google  diy 
july 2011 by will.brien
Full Text RSS Feed // Get the whole feed and nothing but the feed
Love the ease of RSS, but hate when feeds don't display the whole article, forcing you to click through just to read it?

Regain control by entering the URL of a feed below and clicking the submit button to receive a full-text feed URL you can use anywhere.
rss  html  google  reading  tools 
april 2011 by will.brien
Google Apps Migration for Microsoft Outlook®
Google Apps Migration for Microsoft Outlook®

Now you can migrate email, contacts and calendar data from Microsoft Outlook® profiles and PST files to Google Apps.

Feature Overview

* Perform a user driven individual migration
* Selectively migrate email, calendar or contacts (or any combination thereof)
windows  email  outlook  exchange  calendar  google  tools  work 
november 2010 by will.brien
ringdroid - Project Hosting on Google Code
Ringdroid is an Android application for recording and editing sounds, and creating ringtones, directly on the handset.
software  audio  music  editor  google  opensource  telephony 
june 2010 by will.brien
Google's Python Class - Google's Python Class - Google Code
Welcome to Google's Python Class -- this is a free class for people with a little bit of programming experience who want to learn Python. The class includes written materials, lecture videos, and lots of code exercises to practice Python coding. These materials are used within Google to introduce Python to people who have just a little programming experience. The first exercises work on basic Python concepts like strings and lists, building up to the later exercises which are full programs dealing with text files, processes, and http connections. The class is geared for people who have a little bit of programming experience in some language, enough to know what a "variable" or "if statement" is. Beyond that, you do not need to be an expert programmer to use this material.
python  education  tutorials  programming  google  reference 
may 2010 by will.brien
Installation — PyGoogleVoice v0.5 documentation
Here is how to integrate Google Voice with a PBX. This guide was designed for PBX in a flash, which is built upon Asterisk.

The first steps are to install PBX in a flash. Here is a good guide for doing so:

http://knol.google.com/k/ward-mundy/pbx-in-a-flash/

Running the setup above copies over a setup script to integrate into your Asterisk configuration setup. Simply run

$ asterisk-gvoice-setup

answer a couple questions, then restart your PBX instance.
python  code  telephony  voip  programming  google  cli  reference 
april 2010 by will.brien
outbound calls via Google Voice | trixbox
Nerdvittles published a article on how to make free outbound calls via google voice and Asterisk. Has anyone tried this yet? If so was it successful?

I have followed the instructions but can seem to get it to work. It looks like outbound calls is fine I even see the call setting up in a confrence bridge but the far end never rings..

Also I am a little confused on why do I need two DIDs set up with my google voice account. This could be why it isnt working. but I have one DID poined to a meetme confrence bridge. What do I do with the 2nd DID?

Thanks
Dan
python  code  telephony  voip  programming  google  cli  reference 
april 2010 by will.brien
pygooglevoice - Google Voice for Python
This project aims to bring the power of the Google Voice API to the Python language in a simple, easy-to-use manner. Currently it allows you to place calls, send sms, download voicemails/recorded messages, and search the various folders of your Google Voice Accounts. You can use the Python API or command line script to schedule calls, check for new received calls/sms, or even sync your recorded voicemails/calls. Works for Python 2 and Python 3.
python  code  telephony  voip  programming  google  cli 
april 2010 by will.brien
Google Docs - Viewer
Use Google Docs to quickly view documents online without leaving your browser.

Enter a document URL below to generate a link to view it

PDF documents, PowerPoint presentations, and TIFF files are supported
google  tools  graphics  blogs 
december 2009 by will.brien
24 ways: Rock Solid HTML Emails
Designing HTML email can be a tough pill for new designers and standardistas to swallow, especially given the fickle and retrospective nature of email clients today. With HTML5 just around the corner we are entering a new, uncertain phase. Will email client developers take the opportunity to repent on past mistakes and bring email clients into the present? The aim of groups such as the Email Standards Project is to make much of the above advice as redundant as the long-forgotten <blink> and <marquee> tags, however, only time will tell if this is to become a reality.

Although not the most compliant (or fashionable) medium, the results speak for themselves – email is, and will continue to be one of the most successful and targeted marketing channels available to you. As a designer with HTML email design skills in your arsenal, you have the opportunity to not only broaden your service offering, but gain a unique appreciation of how vital standards are.
marketing  design  reference  html  css  code  email  outlook  thunderbird  google 
december 2009 by will.brien
google-docs-upload - Project Hosting on Google Code
A tool for batch upload documents to a Google Docs account with recursive traversing of directories. The tool supports PDF upload.

Total list of supported formats: csv, doc, docx, html, htm, ods, odt, pdf, ppt, pps, rtf, sxw, tsv, tab, txt, xls, xlsx.

To run the application you need Java 1.6 or greater installed: http://java.sun.com/javase/6/

Update: In version 1.2 the ability to replicate folder structure in Google Docs has been implemented.
windows  linux  software  java  google  tools  search  archives  sysadmin 
december 2009 by will.brien
Tesseract (software) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tesseract is a raw OCR engine. It has no document layout analysis, no output formatting, and no graphical user interface. The sole format it processes is a TIFF image of a single column, from which it creates text. TIFF compression is not supported unless libtiff is installed. It can detect whether text is monospaced or proportional. The engine was in the top 3 in terms of character accuracy in 1995. It compiles and runs on Linux, Windows and Mac OS X, however, due to limited resources only Windows and Ubuntu Linux are rigorously tested by developers.
software  ocr  opensource  code  google  tools 
november 2009 by will.brien
Rob Searles » Ubuntu Jaunty command line email: Sup, OfflineIMAP and MSMTP
Recently I’ve been getting increasingly frustrated with both Thunderbird. Don’t get me wrong, it is an excellent email solution, but lately I’ve been finding that it is slowing down due to the amount of emails I have. I do have a webmail package attached to it, which I use of Thunderbird has slowed to a grinding halt, but sometimes, and as hard as this may be to believe, I’m not connected to the internets!

Also, using Thunderbird is just not geeky enough.
software  email  smtp  imap  mutt  ubuntu  linux  cli  google 
november 2009 by will.brien
Matt Cutts: Gadgets, Google, and SEO
Hi, my name is Matt Cutts and I joined Google as a software engineer in January 2000. I’m currently the head of Google’s Webspam team.

Before Google, I worked on my Ph.D. in computer graphics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I have an M.S. from UNC-Chapel Hill, and B.S. degrees in both mathematics and computer science from the University of Kentucky.

I wrote the first version of SafeSearch, which is Google’s family filter, and I’ve worked on search quality and webspam at Google for the last several years.
blogs  technology  google  marketing  search 
september 2009 by will.brien
Helvetimail
Some of you guys wanted simple minimalist Gmail skin? Here is Helvetimail...

Please note that this is originally Jon Hicks' design for Helvetireader. I just applied it to Helvetimail and Helvetwitter. See also Ad Taylor's Helvetical.
firefox  greasemonkey  google  email  css  design 
september 2009 by will.brien
gsopcast - Google Code
A GTK based GUI front-end for p2p TV sopcast

Installation: Sopcast binary is needed for the program to function. Sopcast binary for Linux/i386 can be downloaded from http://www.sopcast.org/download/
software  linux  audio  google  television  video 
april 2009 by will.brien
Google Apps
We offer multiple editions of Google Apps to meet the needs of different organizations. So whether you're a small business, a Fortune 500 company or a group, Google can power up your organization with the right services and support, for the right price.
email  calendar  software  sysadmin  google  business 
august 2008 by will.brien
RatproxyDoc - ratproxy - Google Code - Project documentation
Ratproxy is a semi-automated, largely passive web application security audit tool. It is meant to complement active crawlers and manual proxies more commonly used for this task, and is optimized specifically for an accurate and sensitive detection, and automatic annotation, of potential problems and security-relevant design patterns based on the observation of existing, user-initiated traffic in complex web 2.0 environments.
software  security  sysadmin  apache  code  proxy  google 
august 2008 by will.brien
Piwik - Web analytics - Open source
piwik is an open source (GPL license) web analytics software. It gives interesting reports on your website visitors, your popular pages, the search engines keywords they used, the language they speak… and so much more.
software  blogs  code  wordpress  utilities  html  marketing  google  apache  php  mysql  programming  sysadmin 
april 2008 by will.brien
Google Apps
We offer multiple editions of Google Apps to meet the needs of different organizations. So whether you're a small business, a Fortune 500 company, a non-profit or a school, Google can power up your organization with the right services and support, for the
google  email  calendar  software 
april 2008 by will.brien
Google (XML) Sitemaps Generator for WordPress
This plugin generates a XML-Sitemap compliant sitemap of your WordPress blog. This format is supported by Ask.com, Google, YAHOO and MSN Search.
wordpress  plugins  blogs  xml  generator  search  google  yahoo 
january 2008 by will.brien
Snowclones scripting
One of the most popular sports in the linguisitblogosphere (along with decrying coverage of language issues in the mainstream press) is proposing snowclones and then examining their usage using search engines like Google. I've taken part several times—see here and here for examples. A typical post goes something like this:

1. Hey, I think I've discovered a snowclone!
2. If I search for it on Google I find the following variants...
3. Of those, here are the few that occur most often...

In writing the most recent of my snowclone posts, it occurred to me that this process could easily be automated—so I automated it.
google  search  perl  programming  humour  language 
december 2007 by will.brien
Mycroft Project: Sherlock & OpenSearch Search Engine Plugins
The Mycroft project provides a collection of Sherlock & OpenSearch Search Engine Plugins for your web browser. (ED NOTE: great when combined with ConQuery)
firefox  search  plugins  google  windows  macintosh  linux  software  reference 
november 2007 by will.brien
mozdev.org - conquery
ConQuery puts your regular searches to the context menu and allows you to search for selected text
firefox  search  google  wikipedia  utilities  extension 
october 2007 by will.brien
pactester - Google Code
Tool to test .pac files for distribution to client PCs, etc.
google  software  utilities  squid  sysadmin  proxy  firefox 
june 2007 by will.brien
geo:truc
hello??? i'm waving up towards the satellite now... can you see me? hello? no, i'm the one with the *red* jumper. yes, yes, that's me.
google  maps  satellite  utilities 
may 2007 by will.brien
MacFusion | The GUI for MacFUSE
Right now you can use this software to show a Secure Shell or Secure FTP share from another computer on your macs desktop, letting you manipulate the files on it as if they were on your own computer.
software  macintosh  ssh  utilities  google 
may 2007 by will.brien
clive - Video Extraction Utility for YouTube and Google Video
clive is a command line program that extracts videos from YouTube, Google Video and Dailymotion websites. It supports embedded video extraction...
software  linux  utilities  video  google 
may 2007 by will.brien
Google
Hey, look, it's a search engine!
google  ireland  search 
march 2007 by will.brien
Google Sitemap again...
Okay, I though a bit more about this whole Google sitemap subject. Two things bugged me about the script I posted yesterday.
google  search  xml 
may 2006 by will.brien
Anonymizing Google's cookie
If you use Google, and you accept it's (sic) cookie, you should give some thought to the implications, both good and potentially bad
google  privacy  bookmarklets  firefox 
february 2006 by will.brien
Google Search: +the source:new_yorker
Get latest New Yorker articles through Google News search
google  reading  news  magazine 
november 2005 by will.brien
UglySlug.com .::. Browsers & Bots Project -- User-Agent / Web Robot Database
Use this form to search for User-Agents by a variety of different criteria.
utilities  search  google 
october 2005 by will.brien
Google talk: Conference bot
The google talk conference bot was written by me to address the lack of MUC server for google talk. Without s2s I couldn't run my own MUC server, so I wrote something similar. A conference bot.
google  code  utilities 
september 2005 by will.brien
SitemapsPal - Create Google Sitemaps Online
Google XML Sitemaps generated in seconds! (or something)
search  links  google  utilities  xml 
june 2005 by will.brien
Niall Kennedy's Weblog: Google Sitemaps using Movable Type
It's pretty easy to make an XML Sitemap of your blog for easy parsing by Google or other search engines.
movabletype  search  google  tutorials 
june 2005 by will.brien
Google Alert - Professional Web Alerts
The web's leading solution for monitoring your professional interests online. Track the entire web for your topics and receive new results by daily email.
google  rss  utilities  research  search 
may 2005 by will.brien
Gmacker, Google Date Range Search
This form allows you to do a date range search using google. Rather than constructing fancy queries such as " life daterange:2453461-2453491", simply put in the # of days back.
google  utilities  search 
may 2005 by will.brien
Google date range bookmarklet
Adds a daterange to your Google search criteria and submits search. Prompts for days back, defaulting to 30 days back from today.
bookmarklets  google  utilities  search 
may 2005 by will.brien
The Google Free way goes your way
Want your search results to look more like your site? With a few easy additional steps, you can customize your results display to include background, text and link colors you select.
google  html  code 
april 2005 by will.brien

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