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YouTube - Chaîne de chromefastball

Cool flash game from Google.

Search for 'Web development' on the featured items of Google Chrome extension gallery.

Complement Google Chrome’s developer tools with extensions, to make web development faster and more efficient. Edit HTML, test your pages on various screen resolutions, improve the performance of your apps and more -- all directly from the browser.

Google Font Directory

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The Google Font Directory lets you browse all the fonts available via the Google Font API. All fonts in the directory are available for use on your website under an open source license and served by Google servers.

32 Google Chrome Extensions For Smart Designers | Graphic and Web Design Blog

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Google chrome is a relatively new web browser but it has already gained huge popularity with its great speed and features. Web developers must work more faster and more productively – what could help more than these extensions aimed to ease your daily development process and save time.

html5-slides - Project Hosting on Google Code

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Slide deck of HTML5 features and next generation features of Web Development, including Javascript APIs, HTML tags and CSS. Very useful for presentations as each slide is interactive. Initially meant to show bleeding edge features in Google Chrome although there might be fallback code for other browsers. It has the Chrome Frame tag so it works in IE too. Source code of : http://apirocks.com/html5/html5.html#slide1

OpenID, One Year Later - Blog – Stack Overflow

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Post about the advantages and downsides of using OpenID, especially some tricks for using OpenIDs provided by Google.

How to Declutter and Streamline Your Google Reader Inbox - Google Reader - Lifehacker

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If your Google Reader inbox has grown out of control, and you're spending more time trying to keep up with the flood of news than reading about things you care about, it's time for a little Google Reader spring cleaning.

Some People Can’t Read URLs « Not The User’s Fault

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Reactions seem divided into two camps. One camp is having a great laugh at the stupidity of the users – after all, how could they look at a page with a red masthead, titled “ReadWriteWeb”, featuring a news article, and think they were on the Facebook login page? How could they be smart enough to figure out how to leave a comment, but too dumb to know what site they were on? The other camp, for example an article from blogger Funkatron called We’re the stupid ones is pointing the finger at the software world for assuming that everyone knows as much about computers as we do, and more specifically at Google – after all, isn’t this in some way Google’s screw-up for returning the wrong result?

How to Setup Your Own Web Proxy Server For Free with Google App Engine [Video Tutorial]

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A simple Google search and you’ll find dozens of really good PHP scripts on the Internet to help you create proxy servers in minutes for free. The only limitation with PHP based proxies is that you require a web server to host the proxy scripts and second, you also need a domain name to act as an address for your proxy site.

Chromium OS builds by Hexxeh

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Flow is the latest in the line of Hexxeh's hugely popular ChromiumOS builds. Flow is the most exciting version yet, bringing even more hardware support, an auto-updater, webcam support and an improved application menu & directory. All this, requires only a 2GB USB drive (download size is 327MB)

Top 10 Google Settings You Should Know About - Google settings - Lifehacker

As the outcry over Google Buzz's privacy has shown us, it's smart to explore settings in Gmail, along with other places you're sharing data with the search giant. Let's take a look at 10 privacy, convenience, and annoyance fixers you should know.

Facebook Login Fiasco Demonstrates Challenge in Competing with Google - Search Marketing News Blog - Search Engine Watch (SEW)

If you're not already aware, this week ReadWriteWeb wrote up a post pondering about how Facebook wishes to be the "One True Login." The idea behind the post is that recent moves seem to suggest that Facebook wishes to become a starting point for most users to the rest of the web. Google quickly ranked the post in its "News" results at the top of the results page for "Facebook login." People began clicking on the post thinking they could login to Facebook from there. When they couldn't, they began leaving comments on the post expressing frustration and wanting to know how they could just log in!

Projet Manhattan 2.0 : les Etats-Unis préparent-ils la bombe libre ? | ReadWriteWeb France

Face au clan des nations qui censurent semble se mettre en place une coalition faite d’entreprises, d’un Etat, et d’ONG bien décidées à tout faire pour sabrer toute tentative de censure.

Internet Survival Guide for Traveling Where Privacy Isn't Respected - Google - Lifehacker

Two things have really changed the face of independent backpacker travel in the last decade: digital cameras and—even more so—the internet. While some people can afford the luxury of traveling with a laptop or even a netbook, a real backpacker doesn't want to have to carry the extra weight nor the responsibility of carrying expensive equipment that would be difficult to lug around, relatively easy to steal, and expensive to replace.

Lessons Learned from a Hacked Google Account - Gmail - Lifehacker

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Digital Inspiration is an oft-linked blog here at Lifehacker, and its author is a very savvy digital worker. That said, Amit Agarwal learned a lot about safety precautions when both his Gmail and Google Apps accounts were hacked into.