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February 24, 2012   /   by Marco   /   , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Jigoshop Store Toolkit

Jigoshop Store Toolkit

In one of my previous posts, I provided a guideline on how to import products into your Jigoshop by using a CSV file. Now, if something went wrong during the import, how do you delete all the products from the store so you can re-import the list? Well there’s a plugin for that. It’s called […]

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Microsoft Excel useful formulas

I needed to filter and manupulate some data and I ended up using the below formulas which I wanted to share and note down: strongVLOOKUP/strong VLookup function searches for value in the left-most column of table_array and returns the value in the same row based on the index_number. The syntax for the VLookup function is: […]

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February 17, 2012   /   by Marco   /   , , , , , , , , , ,

Open Source FTP File Sync

Open Source FTP File Sync

I came across an awesome open source FTP file syncing tool which I wast to share with everyone. It’s called FTPbox and it basically allows you sync your files to your own host, via FTP. Just edit your files like you normally would and FTPbox will take care of the rest. Best of all it’s open […]

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CSV Import for Jigoshop WordPress plugin

Jigoshop must be one of the easiest and most comprehensive  e-commerce wordpress plugins available on the market. I started using this plugin and love the way you can just purchase and install themes for Jigoshop.  Adding products to Jigoshop is very easy and straight forward but what happens when you want to import hundreds of […]

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How to add the Gadget by URL to Gmail

I can’t believe how difficult it was to add a Gadget in Gmail by entering the URL. It was not very intuitive, but here’s the steps to have this enabled: 1. Login to your Gmail 2. Click the Wheel at the top right hand corner and then Mail Settings 3. Click the Labs tab 4. […]

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Migrating to Goggle Apps

I recently migrated my company`s emails to Google Apps. Initially, I thought the process was going to be painful but to my surprise it was quite easy and straight forward. The main reason why we moved away from our existing email provider was because of the storage issue. As part of the hosting package they […]

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How to root the Samsung Galaxy S2

I have recently changed my HTC Desire HD to the Samsung Galaxy S2 after several complaints to my carrier. The Samsung Galaxy S2 is a great phone… much better than the Desire HD – most importantly it support the new Vodafone 850Mhz frequency. Last night I decided to take the plunge and root my phone. […]

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What I learnt about VPS hosting in Australia

Ok, so you’re looking at going down the track of using a Virtual Private Server – yes, this is a cheaper alternative that having a physical server. A Virtual Private Server is basically a logical partition of a physical high end server. So multiple virtual private servers can exist on the physical server. For the hosting […]

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August 4, 2011   /   by Marco   /   , , , , , , , , , , , ,

wtf delivery costs? $1k

wtf delivery costs? $1k

I just came across this ebay listing today and I almost fell out of my seat… literally. I was looking for a baby car booster seat and this listing appeared. Have a look at the delivery costs. It’s more than the actual cost of the booster seat. To be exact, the delivery costs was $1011.59. […]

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Free Open Source Video Capture Tools

There are two free open source video capture tools that I use. Both of them have advantages and disadvantages but both do the job. The one that I use the most is Wink as it has additional features and it also allows you to remove frames within the  video sequence. Wink – http://www.debugmode.com/wink/ Camstudio – […]

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IPhone with bunny ears cover

I just saw someone holding their iPhone and they had an unusual  cover. The cover was orange in colour and had a set of bunny ears sticking out. That’s unusual and weird. I’m sure there other more unusual and weird cased out there and if you’ve seen any let me know. Our Sponsors Become a […]

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Google Calendar Agenda Gadget for Windows 7

If you’re looking for a Google Calendar Agenda Gadget for Windows 7 here’s one that I found quite helpful. http://gallery.live.com/liveItemDetail.aspx?li=be5c647c-224b-40b4-ac9c-8044f51abb4a It allows you to add Gtasks and notify you of incoming emails as well. Also, here’s one for Outlook: http://gallery.live.com/liveItemDetail.aspx?li=ed840437-7d13-4755-8d0a-0ba2cbbf38e6 Great little gadget. Our Sponsors Become a Sponsor for $35. Limit to 5 sponsors.Company Name […]

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