How to Publish and Proofread? Awesome Blogging tools for Windows

I am an experimental Windows user. I find, install and experiment several new applications on my Windows PC every week. Most of the applications and tools, I have installed are directly or indirectly about  desktop publishing. Some of them are aimed to help me with my study and some others are for web development . In addition to them, there are…

Genius PDF is no more!

Initially I thought it was a server-side issue, but now it’s all clear that my favorite (until I read about their copyright issues) e-book reader Genius PDF  is out of existence. Further look-up reveals that everything about this app and its creators is deliberately wiped out from the internet. About Genius PDF Genius PDF, originally based on Sumatra PDF (better call…

TeXStudio is the most complete LaTeX Editor

A detailed and practical review of one of the most amazing LaTeX editors available for all desktop platforms like Windows, Mac and Linux. TeXStudio is a team project of Benito van der Zander, Jan Sundermeyer, Daniel Braun and Tim Hoffmann, forked from the TeXMaker application, a non-open source application, which open-source development stalled in 2009.

Browse better with our new Firefox add-on

After three hours of code wrangling, we just finished working on the first release build of the Mozilla Firefox add-on for gauravtiwari.org. This add-on is a launcher, cache keeper and web-optimizer, which will help you access MY DIGITAL NOTEBOOK more conveniently. It sports a toolbar button to launch the site in a click. After the installation completes, you will find…

OneDrive is here!

I usually ignore these  things, but this time, it is something noticeable. My favorite ‘photo’ hosting service, SkyDrive has been re-branded with a new name, OneDrive and updated all across with a significant amount of changes. SkyDrive has found a new name, ‘OneDrive‘ due to unavoidable legal issues and this time it deserves attention with a whopping 10GB storage for…

Life After Google Reader

Seems like a false title, should have been “Life after the announcement of death of Google Reader” – whatever, Google Reader is reaching to its end now and so are the people quickly moving to other RSS feed readers. Google announced the death of World’s best feed aggregating service on March 13 saying that it will no longer be operational…