Migrate From Facebook to Google+

Google, undoubtedly has always been the hero and that’s the reason within a week after the test release of its new social networking website, Google+, Google lovers around are eager to migrate completely into it from their respective Facebook accounts.
Here’s we bring to you a simple solution that might help you to migrate from Facebook to Google + until Google releases Google+ publicly.

Migrate From Facebook to Google +

The major things that shall lead you migrate are probably your photos, posts, notes and your friends. While moving on with the photos is easy, convincing all your friends to sign up for the service is entirely in your hands. Here, we will use the tool provided by Facebook itself to accomplish our motto and not any third party software,
the magic happens at www.facebook.com/download where you can actually download all your personal data stored on the facebook servers. It lets you get a copy of almost everything
Step 1:
Log into Facebook with your account, http://www.facebook.com.
Step 2:
Go to the top right hand side of your Facebook page. Click on “Account”, then “Account Settings
Step 3:
Click on “Download Your Information” and then click on “learn more”.
Step 4:
You will now be at www.facebook.com/download Click on the download button.

Click on the Download Button once again
It usually takes a few hours before facebook sends you a confirmation email and your data is ready for download.
Step 5:
Once you get an email from Facebook announcing the readiness of your download, follow the link, and validate yourself. You will be asked to:
a. Enter your password
b. recognize your facebook friends from tagged images of them. If you’re the sort who adds people without really knowing them, then you might have trouble here. You’re allowed two skips at this stage.
Step 6:
After successful validation, your download shall began instantly and make sure you download this at once, since if you miss it, the whole process has to be repeated again.
You now have all your facebook photos with you. Now upload them either directly to your Google+ account or you may also choose to download the Picasa desktop client and upload them to a web album.

To help your friends migrate…

Step 1:
Sign in to your Yahoo! accounts
Step 2:
Go to the the contact options, and select import contacts
Step 3:
Select “Facebook” and link your facebook account with your Yahoo! account.
Step 4:
Now login to your Google+ account and within circles, choose to include your Yahoo! contacts. This will now include all your facebook friends as well.
Step 5:
Now add you friends in your circles, and let Google do the rest, inviting them over.

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Rename contacts in Gtalk

It has been my problem for last few years, that whenever I use to login to my Gtalk chat account, I use to see many of names written in stylized fonts, which sometimes makes the name meaning less. So, I recently discovered a way out to this problem, and wanted to share it with you.

If you are also having similar problem, then just login to your Gtalk chat client or GMail chat client…

Gtalk chat client

Just login to your Gtalk chat client, and then right click on the contact you want to rename, and then click “Rename”. There you enter correct name, and now it will appear like what you’ve entered, whenever you’ll log in again.

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GMail based chat

To rename contact in GMail based chat client, just hover your mouse over contact you want to rename, and then, click on name, which will select current name. Then, just type new name assigned to that contact.Gmail

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Google Talk Services Review

Google Talk There are many ways, using which you can access your Google Talk account. These might be using a mobile wapsite like ebuddy, or might be using a mobile application like MGtalk. On desktop it can be accessed via default Google Talk client, using any Jabber client or by use of some web application like iGoogle, Orkut, GMail, Google Talk Gadget, Developer Sand box etc.

Check out how I use to access my Google Talk account, according to my preferences-

If you are unable to view my Google Talk Services Review, then visit http://bit.ly/zcr0c to see full page version.
You can use the comment form below to suggest me any other service by Google, for Google Talk, that I might missed off…

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Get Random Posts in GMail Signatures

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You can add random post signature to emails sent by enabling labs features and enabling, Random Signature in it. Then, follow these steps-

  • Go to settings of GMail
  • Click General tab
  • Select Signature, and click on “Append a random signature…”
  • You can specify the feed address, in text box, which can be your blog address, or any feed you like.
  • Like I’ve done as shown here-

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Google reader gets social makeover

Google Reader, which is an amazing RSS feed reader has come up with some recent changes in its working. Google Reader has introduced even more social features to it to make feed reading more enjoyable than ever. Now Google Reader could also be used directly in Windows, without opening any web browser, using Google Reader Notifier, or you might use Google Desktop gadget for Google Reader.

Google Reader had come up with four new social features, as explained in Official Google Reader blog. These features include-

  • Following other people using Google Profile search.
  • Now, you can also share, the pages you like according to friends of your choices. You can use Google Contacts to make a group and share with that group alone.
  • The feature I liked the most is Like feature. Just press L key while reading the post, and you will be tagged as you liked that post.
  • And the last one is commenting, keep commenting about various blog posts/ feeds in Google Reader itself.

I am expecting some more amazing features to come up soon…
You can subscribe to our feeds in Google Reader itself, and get updated by adding http://www.chillgeeks.com/rss.xml to your subscription list. You could also get updates, scheduled every Saturday by subscribing here

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Play Games in Google Talk

Google Talk service by Google is still running in beta phase, and now they’ve released Google talk real-time gadgets API. This API comes with some cool examples, like playing games and language translation, etc.talk realtime gadget If you are a developer, you can also contribute to this API by visiting here. I like playing chess and I found it there on Google talk real-time gadgets API, and that was amazing….Now, I play chesschess with my friends on Google Talk.

If you also want to play chess or the rock-paper-scissors game, then just follow these steps-

That’s it!!, Isn’t it very easy to do…. You can leave your feed back to this API over here.

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Top 10 Applications That a Student Should Have

ITS Lion Cartoon This post will give you the best applications for students that are available on internet which will help them not only to boost their academic career but also their social network. For making the stuff look easy, I have divided the whole into 3 main categories.


    • Google Docs

      These are a part of Google’s SaaS (Software as a Service) version of MS Office. Documents, Spreadsheets, forms and presentations can be created within the application itself, imported through the web interface, or sent via email. They can also be saved to the user’s computer in a variety of formats (OpenOffice, HTML, PDF, RTF, Text, Word). By default, they are saved to the Google servers. But they have some limitations too:

      • The files can only be downloaded or uploaded once at a time
      • A user can have a total of 5,000 documents and presentations, 5,000 images, 1,000 spreadsheets, and 100 PDFs
      • Only presentations under 10MB can be imported
    • Zoho Notebook

      This applications is very useful for research purposes. This is similar to writing on a pad. This personal browser tool permits a user to write notes, and to clip text, images, and links from pages during browsing. These are saved to an online "notebook" with sharing and collaboration features. To increase its feasibility, ZOHO has facilitated the option to login using Google or Yahoo. As an added advantage add-on’s are available for firefox which can be downloaded here.

    • Google Reader

      Came into existence on 7 october 2005, this has revolutionized the internet session. With this feature, you can keep track of all of your favorite sites in a much organized way. Apart from just viewing your favorite sites, you can also share their articles with your friends. Also it can keep a record the feeds that you have read or not.


    • LinkedIn

      This is the first name that comes to mind when we talk of professional networking sites. The purpose of the site is to allow registered users to maintain a list of contact details of people they know and trust in business. The people in the list are called Connections. Users can invite anyone (whether a site user or not) to become a connection. The main feature of this site is that it allows you make your online resume in a PDF format

    • XING

      The site offers personal profiles, groups, discussion forums, event coordination, and other common social community features. Basic membership is free. But many core functions, like searching for people with specific qualifications or messaging people to whom one is not already connected, can only be accessed by the premium members. The unique feature of this site is the platform uses https and has a rigid privacy and no-spam policy. Unlike many other networking websites, XING provides its paying members very easy email access to any members.

    • Ryze

      Ryze.com is a free social networking website designed to link business professionals, particularly new entrepreneurs. The site claims to have over 500,000 members in 200 countries, with over 1,000 external organizations hosting sub-networks on the site. Both paid and unpaid membership levels are offered. Founded in late 2001 by Adrian Scott in San Francisco, it was the first of the new generation of social networking services, and was a heavy influence on Friendster, which was founded by early Ryze member Jonathan Abrams in 2002

    • Career Builder

      This is primarily a site used for finding jobs. This has a feature of getting connecting globally or within your country.


    • Facebook

      Today FaceBook is one of the fastest growing social networking site . Why?? because it is simple and fast as compared to others.Facebook is a free-access social networking website that is operated and privately owned by Facebook, Inc. Users can join networks organized by city, workplace, school, and region to connect and interact with other people. People can also add friends and send them messages, and update their personal profiles to notify friends about themselves. The website’s name refers to the paper facebooks depicting members of a campus community that some US colleges and preparatory schools give to incoming students, faculty, and staff as a way to get to know other people on campus.

    • Hi5

      In Hi5, users create an online profile in order to show information such as interests, age and hometown and upload user pictures where users can post comments. Hi5 also allows the user to create personal photo albums and set up a music player in the profile. Users can also send friend requests via e-mail to other users. When a person receives a friend request, he or she may accept or decline it, or block the user altogether. If the user accepts another user as a friend, the two will be connected directly or in the 1st degree. The user will then appear on the person’s friend list and vice-versa.

    • MySpace

      Throughout the course of 2007 and 2008, MySpace redesigned many of the features of its site in both layout and in function. One of the first functions to be redesigned was the user home page, with features such as status updates, applications, and subscriptions being added in order to compete with Facebook. In 2008, the MySpace homepage was redesigned. MySpace Music was recreated in fall of 2008 along with an updated version of the MySpace profile.

Source: Wikipedia

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Google Labs Adds Similar Image Search

With the recent feature of Similar Image Search by google labs, the image search has become more stronger. Now you can easily find the related images with this recent feature and that too very easily. This was a much awaited need that is now fulfilled by Google. Image Search is a tool you can use to find just about any kind of image, but it can sometimes be difficult to find the right image if you can’t describe it in words.
The new Similar Images feature was developed with just this in mind. Using it you can now find images that look like an existing result simply by clicking on a link. Using visual similarity, you don’t have to refine the text of your search, instead, you can just click on the link of an image you like. For example if you search Temple then you will get a bunch of images showing Similar Images  link below them . To go to the Similar Image Search, click here.

Google News now as Timeline

Google Labs has recently released, one of the amazing feature of Google News Time line. This shows the news in form of time line. You can get a view of this feature at http://newstimeline.googlelabs.com/ 

Google News Timeline features search results from many different sources, and these are-

News Sources
Magazines and Newspapers
Baseball Scores
Wikipedia Events, Births, and Deaths

This is a great way oforganizing information chronologically. Now, its fun reading to news. You must check it out.
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Add Images inline in Gmail

Using GMail Labs amazing features, now you can add the long waited feature of Gmail adding images in text but not as attachment. This feature could also be used previously but by use of copy and pasting, butt now GMail Labs is offering this feature directly. Moreover, I’ve also experimented adding some animated Images in text to an E-mail, and it worked.

  • To Enable In line Images in Gmail go to Labs Setting page after signing into your GMail Account.
  • Then check out for a Lab feature named as Inserting Images
  • Click Enable to Enable the feature.

Now just move on to Compose Mail in GMail there you will find the Insert Image option just after Emoticons Option.