2009: Products I Can’t Live Without
After I read through the 2009 product list at TechCrunch, I like to list my “2009: Products I Can’t Live Without” as the below:
I have been used to open my Gmail account and hooked there and keep in touch with my world. I can not imagine that I lost my Gmail.
After I moved my blog onto WordPress (this blog), I began to like it, its interface, its development community, its blogs and etc. This has become one part of my life.
I like to use Pidgin instead of many other IM clients. This helps simplify my PC and Windows desktops.
I like to use Firefox for common Internet browsing and keep IE for those sites that are not compatible with Firefox. This brings security and convenience to me.
Skype talk is encrypted and it has strong adaptability to trapass the firewall. I like it.
LinkedIn is a SNS which is very professional. My LinkedIn friends has exceeded 200+. Many of my colleagues and ex-colleagues, partners, classmates have been there. Further I like to rely on the discussion and answers from the community there. They are real people, many senior people there. I like it better than Facebook and Kaixin.
I like to use Twitter because it’s very crisp and short.
Google search is much better than its competitors, say Baidu. When I meet some problems and have something needs to investigate, always I like to Google it at Internet.
It’s an average personal note software. It’s not famous. However, I have been using it for six years. I think I should be one of its most grandpa users.
It’s a free security tools for Windows. It can help patch, remove malicious plugins, and etc. I begin to use 360.cn a few months ago. It’s very fast.
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