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Mix and Mash YouTube Videos with Omnisio

fonte lifehacker via twitter
Splice together YouTube clips without downloading a single one using Omnisio, a free video compilation website with all the standard share/embed/reply features of modern web apps. The editing interface is decidedly simple—move the sliders to the start and ending parts of the clip you want, then choose the next video and do the same. For presentations with online access and web projects, it’s a pretty handy tool, but having the entirety of YouTube, Google Video and Blip.TV as your stock material might inspire more than a few would-be film splicers. Omnisio is free to use, and a sign-up lets you save and embed videos.

março 31, 2008 Posted by | Dicas | Deixe um comentário

Geek to Live: Essential email filters

fonte: Lifehacker

by Gina Trapani

I receive hundreds of email messages a day, but only a couple dozen actually make it into my inbox. Thanks to the automated power of full-strength email filters, just the messages that are important enough to deal with catch my attention when I’m busy.

It’s not that I don’t read every message I receive eventually, it’s that I want to do it on my own terms and in my own time. Low-priority, unsolicited email shouldn’t suck up brain cycles when I’m under deadline. Only the “important” messages should be let through the gate. Here’s where email filters save the day.

It’s taken me years to polish and perfect this set of tried and true armed guards who protect my inbox from undesirables. Today I’ll share some of my favorites – and then I want to hear about yours.

The examples here use Gmail’s format because of its superior searching capabilities that allow for complex, specific filters. Many can be applied to most modern email clients.

NOW messages

Receive these right away.

LATER messages

Let these gather quietly out of sight till you’re ready to deal.

NEVER messages

Messages you don’t ever want to see. (MWAHAHAHA!)


Notify

For: Anyone with a spouse, boss, co-worker or receiving messages about an urgent issue.

How it works: Set any message from a set of Very Important People or containing keywords to forward to your phone or pager.

Example: Forward messages from your boss or your wife or with the words “Your check” to your phone.

Matches: from:(boss@1ifehacker.com OR wife@home.com) OR subject:”Your check”
Do this: Forward to 7185551212@teleflip.com

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Cold Callers

For: Anyone with a published email address (like on a web site) that anyone in the whole world might Google up and use to contact you.

How it works: Send any email to your “public-facing” email address into a “cold callers” folder or label.

Example: Any email that comes to the tips at lifehacker.com address go into the “tips” label (or folder.)

Matches: to:(tips@lifehacker.com)
Do this: Skip Inbox, Apply label “tips”

Exclude VIP’s from this filter like this:

Matches: to:(tips@lifehacker.com) from:(-wendy@lifehacker.com AND -adam@lifehacker.com)
Do this: Skip Inbox, Apply label “tips”

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Mailing Lists

For: Anyone subscribed to mailing list(s).

How it works: Set any messages to the mailing list addresses to skip the Inbox. (Note: The “Not to Me” filter below works for mailing lists as well.)

Example: Send messages to (not from!) list1@example.com or list2@example.com to “mailing list” folder/label.

Matches: to:(list1@example.com OR list2@example.com)
Do this: Skip Inbox, Apply label “mailing list”

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Not to Me

For: Anyone with CC-happy co-workers, or correspondents who like to send out mass BCC’ed email messages to a group of people.

How it works: If none of your legitimate email addresses are in the To: field, file away in “Not to me” folder/label. See also how to color-code messages only to you.

Example: If none of my email addresses are in the To: line, it skips the Inbox.

Matches: to:(-(ginatrapani@myfirstaddress.com OR gina@mysecondaddress.com OR gtrapani@mythirdaddress.com))
Do this: Skip Inbox, Apply label “not to me”

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Fwd’s

For: Anyone whose Aunt Bertha insists on forwarding poems and kitten pictures.

How it works: Send any message with “Fwd” in the subject line to a “later” folder/label.

Example: Shuttle messages from Aunt Bertha and Uncle Hal with “fwd” in the subject line to a “later” folder/label.

Matches: from:(auntbertha@aol.com OR unclehal@aol.com) subject:Fwd
Do this: Apply label “later”

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Automated

For: Anyone who automates (crons) jobs that email them every night with the results.

How it works: Send any automated messages to the “Automated” folder.

Example: If the from field contains “Cron Daemon,” move it to Automated.

Matches: from:(“Cron Daemon”)
Do this: Skip Inbox, Apply label “automated”

Note: You can filter out the messages that indicate a problem. For example, if my nightly backup fails, I want to know about that. So you can add exceptions to the filter, like this:

Matches: from:(“Cron Daemon”) AND -subject:”SyncBack Status – PROBLEM”
Do this: Skip Inbox, Apply label “automated”

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File storage

For: Anyone who uses their email as a backup solution, like GSpace or Gmail Drive users.

How it works: Shuttle any messages with the file storage subject line into a “backup” folder.

Example: Send messages with “GSPACE” in the subject line to backup folder.

Matches: subject:(“GSPACE” OR “EMAILBACKUP”)
Do this: Skip Inbox, Apply label “backup”

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Bozo Filter

For: Anyone who’s had the misfortune of being added to an email list from which they can’t seem to unsubscribe, or who get badgered by *cough* PUBLIC RELATIONS BULLDOGS *cough* who spam you with messages every day.

How it works: Messages from anyone who you never want to hear from again under any circumstances get deleted.

Example: Messages from folks on my blacklist get automatically deleted.

Matches: from:(annoyingperson1@example.com OR annoyingperson2@example.com) Do this: Skip Inbox, Delete it

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What are your most effective email filters? Tell us all about ‘em in the comments or to tips at lifehacker.com.

Gina Trapani, the editor of Lifehacker, loves a good strong filter. Her semi-weekly feature, Geek to Live, appears every Wednesday and Friday on Lifehacker. Subscribe to the Geek to Live feed to get new installments in your newsreader.

março 13, 2008 Posted by | Dicas, Ferramentas, Tips | Deixe um comentário

Collaborate on a Whiteboard or any Web Page with Twiddla

from Lifehacker

twiddla_cropped.jpgTwiddla, a free whiteboarding service that doesn’t require sign-ups to start using, turns any web site, photo or graphic file into a canvas for marking and discussion. Winner of this year’s Technical Achievement award at the SXSW festival, Twiddla isn’t the only whiteboard service, for sure, but its ease of use and quick setup and extra features—including live conference-call-style audio chat—make it a stand-out. You can check out Twiddla’s features without even launching a “guest” account by trying out its live “sandbox” mode. For web workers, design types, and anyone needing to draw out or discuss an idea, it’s a worthy tool to keep bookmarked.

março 12, 2008 Posted by | Dicas, Ferramentas, Tips | Deixe um comentário

How Do You Reclaim Your Time and Attention? [Ask The Readers]

clock.jpgIf your everyday activities are not providing you with any value, skip them, says 43Folders blogger Merlin Mann. How do you determine what time is wasted and what time is valuable? Use tricks (life hacks) to take shortcuts through time consuming processes. When it comes to your online communications, disable email so that you can stay focused on the tasks at hand. Use email filters that enable you to promote only the most important messages to the top of your Inbox. Don’t let people boss you around. What tips have you integrated into your routine to take back that precious time? Share your secrets in the comments.

How to Take Back Your Time and Attention [InformationWeek]

março 10, 2008 Posted by | Dicas, Ferramentas, Tips | Deixe um comentário

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março 7, 2008 Posted by | Uncategorized | 1 Comentário

Learn How to Build a Pipe in Just a Few Minutes

  Pipes only sounds hard. Watch our intro and see how you can quickly turn your idea into a usable, working feed.

março 6, 2008 Posted by | Dicas, Ferramentas, Programação, Tecnologia, Tips, Vídeos | Deixe um comentário

Avoid Keyloggers with Neo’s SafeKeys

fonte: Lifehacker

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Windows only: When you’re in a shady internet cafe in Bangkok and you’re worried about rogue software logging your passwords as you type them, you need a USB drive with Neo’s SafeKeys on it. Neo’s SafeKeys is a small, mouse-based keyboard that shows up on your screen in different places each time you run it from your drive. You click the SafeKeys keyboard to enter your password, then select it and drag and drop it to the password field to bypass keylogging AND clipboard logging software. A great addition to your portable apps collection, Neo’s SafeKeys is a free download for Windows only.

março 6, 2008 Posted by | Dicas, Ferramentas, Tecnologia, Tips | Deixe um comentário

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março 5, 2008 Posted by | Dicas, Pessoal | Deixe um comentário

Memorize Long Numbers Using the “Red Table”

 Fonte: lifechacker

digitsound_memory.jpgLifehacker reader Will writes in with a memorization system he picked up while taking an art class that required him to remember long dates attached to paintings. Using a “Red Table” of mnemonic sound-to-numbers devices, he converts long numbers into words, which he can then re-convert by knowing which letter sounds correspond to certain numbers. He’s posted a multi-page beginner’s guide to this system, which includes links to other guides and even a software tool to help with the conversion. For another angle on memorizing numbers (or anything else), try the number/rhyme technique and the readers’ suggestions that follow.

março 3, 2008 Posted by | Dicas, Ferramentas, Tecnologia, Tips | Deixe um comentário