Showing posts from October, 2011

Google Maps

Browsers are getting Stronger Sharper & Smarter ;) The day is not far away when we have nothing but a  browser installed in the desktop and things will be floating in the cloud ( provided our ISP are reliable which they are not now). Web technology is so open that even the all time money maker  Microsoft  to open up. WebGL is a open source technology that helps build 3D enabled apps with its rich API within the browser. WebGL's early application the  Body Browser  was just a peek to this technology. Google has integrated this tech with the google maps now and they have it pretty well. Google Maps GL once you click on the above link you will see a option on the left bottom something like this then just flow through. Now checkout the satellite view from the right top then just browse places its so smooth, no more frame by frame loading. Now that's sleek ;) even try the new view angles from the round knobs. Well everything was not smooth as i expected, thanks to

Remote desktop

May be the laziest software engineer had invented this ;) which literally keeps to glued on to your desk. This innovation may be even have taken away onsite opportunities  of many. Now for users who are adhered to web browser & still more lazy than the inventor ;) and keep count of clicks to the least. The chrome remote desktop app is a cross-platform app that lets you access remote boxes. Check out