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Finally I can Watch Netflix in Ubuntu

Hi all,

I just read on the Ubuntu insights that watching Netflix is now a thing for Ubuntu. Recent efforts have finally paid off and Canonical, Ubuntu now supports it when using Google Chrome version 37 and above.

I big thanks goes out to those at Netflix and Ubuntu for making this “official”. I’ve personally waiting a long time for this.

Just got my Google+ custom URL

Today I received an email letting me know that I was not eligible for a unique Google + Custom URL.

Here is some info on custom URL in regards to Google +

Requirements for getting a custom URL

Before you can get a custom URL, your account needs to be in good standing and meet the following requirements:

Eligibility for People:

Ten or more followers
Your account is 30 days old or more
A profile photo

For more info follow this ‘link

Google’s uProxy: A Peer-to-Peer Gateway to Internet Freedom

For the avgInternetJoe this may be news. Things like this have existed for a while now. Such as the TOR network. I like the idea that big boys such as Google are looking to assist those repressed from the full extend of the web.

Google Survay Question on Searches

There seems to be some new search behavior when using Google to search for things. Apparently when you go to search for something you get a survey question asking “Did you find what you wanted on this page?”.

I have never encountered this before so it must be.

How To Use Google as a Timer

We have known for sometime that Google is simply amazing in all they do. Most people such as myself use them for search and the various of web apps they offer to aid in our day to day productivity.

Little know is another feature. A timer that can be used; which counts down and even as an alarm.

The “timer counts in hours, minutes or seconds.” To give it a try do the following:

  1. Open we Google search page
  2. Type: Set timer 60 minutes and watch it count down.