IFTTT is a powerful way to automate tasks online and now on your mobile device too. IFTTT has just released an app for Android, following an earlier iOS release, along with lots of other great new “recipes”or actions worth trying. Imagine if you could turn your lights on before you walk into your house? Or… Continue reading IFTTT Introduces Android App
Automation: Theory Vs. Reality
Have you ever thought to yourself, “Boy, I spend a lot of time on this task. Should I just write a program to automate it?” And then by the time you get to writing all the code, debugging it and going off on a few tangents, you notice that developing your program is actually taking… Continue reading Automation: Theory Vs. Reality
How Many Followers do You Really Have on Twitter?
Lots of jokes have surfaced recently suggesting that most followers on Twitter are either fake, robots, spammers or some other entity which doesn’t actually read anybody’s tweets. Is this really true? Maybe, because Twitter has taken a step to try and bring more authenticity back to the art of the follow: it banned any auto-following… Continue reading How Many Followers do You Really Have on Twitter?
Feedly’s IFTTT Channel and Web App Goes Live Days Before Google Reader is Shutdown
Feedly’s quest to replace and improve on Google Reader before its demise July 1st reached another milestone: a fully functional channel on IFTTT. The integration with IFTTT now allows users to create recipes that automatically combine actions on Feedly with Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Evernote and pretty much any other major web app. For those of… Continue reading Feedly’s IFTTT Channel and Web App Goes Live Days Before Google Reader is Shutdown