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Tutoriel: Blackberry Comment mettre à jour l’Os de votre : FR – Le Blog – News, Forum, Boutique, Logiciels Dans cette note, je vais tacher de vous expliquer comment bien effectuer une mise à jour de l’Os de votre Blackberry. Pour ce tutoriel, la mise à jour viens de l’opérateur Allemand Vodaphone, il s’agit de la version 4.5.0.37 fonctionnant pour le Blackberry Curve 8310. (Le modèle que nous avons est un Curve 8310 de l’opérateur Suisse Swisscom). Tout d’abord, il vous faudra télécharger la dernière version de l’Os sur le site de votre opérateur (la liste ici) ou télécharger la version 4.5.0.37 disponible chez Vodaphone Maintenant et avant de continuer, merci de bien vouloir télécharger la dernière version de Blackberry Desktop Manager (Blackberry Desktop Software) Pour ce tutoriel, nous utilisons la version 4.6 La première chose a effectuer est une sauvegarde de votre Blackberry, la procédure est facile et ne prend pas plus que 3-4 minutes (et surtout ne pas oublier de connecter votre Blackberry au Pc Cliquez sur « Sauvegarde et restauration » Voilà!

5 Good Places to Learn to Write HTML This afternoon I received an email in which I was asked how to write a hyperlink without relying on the visual editor in Word, Google Docs, or your favorite blogging platform. While the visual editing tools will usually do everything you need, at some point you might want to beyond the limitations of WYSIWYG. It's then that you'll want know how to write and edit HTML yourself. These are three resources that you can use to teach yourself HTML. A Beginner's Guide to HTML & CSS is a nice resource developed by Shay Howe whose resume reveals that he works on the user interface for Groupon among other projects. Codecademy is a place where anyone can learn how to write code. Thimble is a free Mozilla product designed to help users learn how to write HTML and CSS. w3Schools has long been my go-to place for quick directions when working in HTML. YouTube is another of my go-to places for tutorials on writing HTML and many other things.

Blogging Toolbox 120+ Resources for Bloggers.url An aspiring blogger can be overwhelmed with the vast amount of resources, tools, and advice for bloggers available on the net. While in no way definitive - there's simply too much going on in this space to cover it all - we did our best to bring you a comprehensive list of blogging resources, which should be equally useful to beginners as well as veteran bloggers. Enjoy. WordPress WordPress Themes ThemeViewer - The number one location to find WordPress themes to make your page cool, which you will most certainly want to do.Templates Now - A smaller collection of WordPress themes, but still worth your while to check out.TemplateMonster - If you want more professional quality themes then this site can be useful. Best WordPress Plugins Akismet - The best blog comment spam prevention plug-in. Wordpress Plugin repositories Movable Type Movable Type Styles Best Movable Type Plugins Movable Type Plugin repositories Blog Hosting Solutions Dedicated & Shared Hosting Services Paid Blog Hosting Services Tips

SKYPE TOOLBOX 50+ Enhancements for Skype.url As the VoIP service of choice for tens of millions of people, Skype has spawned a robust developer community, with programmers and entrepreneurs building hundreds of applications that look to piggy back on the service’s enormous success. Assuming you're still sticking with it after some downtime last week, here's a look at more than 50 Skype tools (note that some services have fees associated with them). See also: VOIP TOOLBOX: 30+ VoIP Services Personalization & Customization WiMood – Customize your mood indicator with both your most recently played WinAmp song and custom colors, styles, and links. iTunes Info & History – Displays your current song playing in iTunes and also your 50 most recent tracks. last.fm – Display the current track you’re listening to on last.fm. Skype Google Gadget – See your Skype credits and make calls to other users from Google Desktop. RingJacker – Create custom ringers that you can use when you call friends or as your ringtone for incoming calls. Mobile Community

DEL.ICIO.US TOOLBOX 180+ Del.icio.us Tools and Resources.url Social bookmarking was one of the earliest trends out on the social web, and del.icio.us quickly took the lead. Today, we outline over 180 of the best tools and resources to get the most out of the number one social bookmarking site. Related: SOCIAL BOOKMARKING: 50+ Social Bookmarking Sites Web browser add-ons and Bookmarklets Randomizer button- A great way to find sites whch you may never have discovered otherwise, the button takes you to a random, recently bookmarked site. del.icio.us Toobar- A Firefox extension allowing you to bookmark and tag sites from a toolbar in the browser. del.icio.us Firefox Extension- The official del.icio.us Firefox extension does a great job of integrating your favorite bookmarks into your favorite web browser. Quicker Tag Bookmarklet- Add to your Firefox toolbar to quickly tag bookmarks with specific keywords. Mischievous- Browser plugin for Internet Explorer using del.icio.us to manage your bookmarks. Outfoxed- Adds del.icio.us to your informers list. Mashups

29 Coolest Custom Search Apps Built on Google.url Google released a Facebook application this week built on the Google AJAX Search API. It didn't work for long, alas, but there are plenty of developers creating interesting projects using the API, which basically lets you build your own custom search engine. In this article, we take a look at 29 of the neatest applications that have been built to-date. See also: A Guide to Google’s APIs Tools for Blogs GreenLinks – Allows you to link a word of text to an AJAX-powered results box with tabs to switch between web, blog, news, and other types of Google search. CybersView – Interesting display of Google results for “Internet life” using blog search, Web search, and YouTube videos. Xenomachina – Nifty bookmarklet for commenting on blogs that allows you to highlight text while making your post that will pull up a Google search pane. Hoctro’s Place – This user has provided cut and paste code and step-by-step instructions for setting up Google AJAX Search in your blog. Custom Search Engines [img via]

RSS - 100 Cool Things Posted by admin in Features, Library & Research Jul 15th, 2008 Really Simple Syndication (RSS) allows you to get information sent directly to you, eliminating the need for you to that information individually. Using a reader will allow all the RSS feeds to come to one spot for you to read at your leisure. While reading news and blogs has been a traditional use for RSS feeds, there are also tons of fun ways to use these feeds. Entertainment From your favorite NPR shows to movies to video games, the list below offers some form of entertainment you can have sent to your reader every day. Books. Sports Sports fans have no reason to be left in the dark with all these great feeds available. Baseball. Fun Stuff Become smarter, more centered, or get a laugh with all the following feeds that you can read. Word of the Day. Computer and Internet If you want software information or just want to change the wallpaper on your computer, these feeds will help you out. Free software deals. Singles events. Travel

10 Most Beautiful Social Networks.url If you asked most MySpace-haters what's their problem with the service, they'd probably say: it's ugly. Meanwhile, people tell us they are switching from Twitter to Pownce because it's prettier and easier to use. For those who prize beauty above all else, we brought together 10 of the prettiest social networks. Virb - generally known as the designer's MySpace, Virb lives up to the hype by offering sleek and easy-to-customize profile design. The details on various features, for example music and video player, are quite polished - even the ads look nice. Trig - Trig is a sweet sight for the sore eyes of a web designer/hipster who spent too many days wailing about horrid MySpace profiles. Purevolume - neat and tidy are the words that first come to mind when you first look at Purevolume. my.9rules - 9rules is a blogging community which always put a lot of emphasis on quality design, so it's no wonder that their social network, my.9rules, looks very neat, too.

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