Archive for December 11th, 2007|Daily archive page

Share Your Gmail Story

Gmail just posted on their site asking for its users to make videos on why Gmail is important in their lives. The Gmail developers want you to share your special story of Gmail. Many have been about keeping in touch with your partner that are hundreds or even thousands of miles away from you (I know it has helped me out a lot for my long distance relationship). So if you feel like sharing your Gmail story, log on to your Gmail account after you make a video under 30 seconds (This is were Camtasia Studio come in handy J), and upload it so Gmail can watch it.

Camtasia Studio 3.1.3 Absolutely Free

TechSmith is offering one of their best products, Camtasia, for free to the public during a limited time offer. Camtasia Studio 3.1.3 is one of the best solutions for recording, editing and sharing high-quality screen videos. It’s very easy to use, and now absolutely free for a limited offer. I’ve have already taken an advantage of this offer because it’s great. My accounting professor uses this tool to record his lectures and they really are produced in a great quality.

However, if you are using Vista then you won’t be able to download this software for free. The new Camtasia Studio 5 is Vista-compatible for $299, but there is a 30-day free trail. Sorry Vista users, but hopefully in the future Camtasia will make another offer like this that will be Vista-compatible with its products. Also, the users that will choose to download the software, you will not be able to make updates to the program. If you want an update, which will be version 4 or 5 for the Vista users, then you will need to pay for the full software.

Have fun recording!

Just follow these steps:

1. Download the free trial version of Camtasia Studio 3 at:

2. Go to this promotion page, complete your name, country and e-mail address and TechSmith will send you the software key to unlock the program. (TechSmith does not spam, so there is nothing to worry about)

3. Just install the program you downloaded and enter the software key you receive from TechSmith when asked. Now you have a full working Camtasia Studio 3 on your machine.


A new service, AskEraser, will be launched by, the fourth largest search engine after Google, Yahoo, and Microsoft. AskEraser will allow users to make their searches more private. Now you will be able to choose what searches will be privat, and which ones could be shared to the search engines. is working very hard to provide the best anonymity and privacy to its users, but it’s still not fully able to provide that to us. It has a contract with Google to send tracking information between the advertisements used on each search acquired. It’s a great little niffty servic for the people that don’t wanna leave their tracks in the cyber world. So be on a look out for AskEraser at