A must read for anyone who cares about the future of consumer technology.
An OS X Google Docs client with support for multiple accounts. This may replace my current Fluid setup.
Note: This is a bit technical, but it does work if you’re comfortable modifying a bit of HTML via your browser’s development tools.
I’ve recently needed to translate some PDFs from Chinese to English in order to understand some workflows and wireframes from a partner. Google Translate provides a great jump start in providing context, though sadly, the rendered translation doesn’t like to print, typically only outputting the first page. As I needed to maintain the layout to compare to the original wireframes, pasting the translated text into another app wouldn’t work.
So, I began mucking around with Chrome’s developer tools and found a quick solution, which comes down to one change: Remove
position: absolute; in
And with that, I was able to both print to PDF and the printer.
“Page Speed Online analyzes the content of a web page, then generates suggestions to make that page faster. “
Google’s online quarterly that steps out of the usual hustle and bustle to focus on one major topic.
Offensive, but beautifully constructed and an interesting bit of commentary on passive/silent censorship. Construct a Christmas message "from all the words Google has blacklisted (typing them in to Google will yield zero results)