The good news is that it's incredibly easy. So easy anyone can do it. Then again, if you're new to Gmail (which is just the type of person this feature is aimed at), the process can be confusing.
Last week's guide to becoming an expert at YouTube was quite popular, so we decided to do a follow-up in video form.
Included are some of our tips from the guide that could have used a little help from on-screen examples. We think you'll find they're quite a bit easier to understand once you see the before and after; especially in the case of YouTube's machine tags, which can change the way other people see your videos.
In just a few minutes we cover: How to make YouTube always play the high quality stream Focus on … Read more
Jasmine dishes the dirt on Justin as an intern years ago. Let's just say dry cleaning, coffee, foot rubs, and walking her dog were part of his daily routine. Oh, how far he has come.
We talk a bit about how popular "casual encounters" has become on Craigslist. It's even bigger than Match.com, eHarmony, or even Yahoo! Personals. Jasmine tells us about her "missed connections" story. It gets juicy. Find your subway crush here.
Also, we discuss a bit 'bout how piracy is ruining the PSP. Justin doesn't really care; Jeff gets upset; and Wilson's fourth cousin is selling pirated games back home in Zhong Guo. Speaking of China, for about five minutes too long, Wilson exposés on Jackie Chan's recent comments in the press. This is why we don't discuss anything with any seriousness.
Finally, it's "Earf Day"...we think that's how it's spelled. Anyway, as part of our effort to be friendly to the environment, CNET TV is launching The Green Show, starring Mark Licea. That's right! MTI has his own show now. Check it out and send us your comments at greenshow [at] cnet [dot] com.Episode 325 Download today's podcast | Subscribe in iTunes | Subscribe in RSS… Read more
What should a modern car have? There are the obvious things, such as fuel economy, practical interior space, and drivability, but what about great cabin tech? We'll tell you the three most important amenities to look for by the dashboard.
Editors' Office Hours airs daily on CNET TV at 11:30 a.m. Pacific.
Natali Del Conte will be the guest hostess next week and we want your best nicknames for her now! Please submit them to firstname.lastname@example.org because she won't see this coming!
It's everything from the Crave blog, with Brian Tong and guest host Bonnie Cha. This week, they talk about a new robot toy and a cell phone that you can use underwater. Then they take to the streets to see what people think about Built NY's laptop backpack. Plus, Bonnie takes your submissions and finds a nickname for Brian.
A TV phone that Spongebob would appreciate http://crave.cnet.com/8301-1_105-9954140-1.html
Take to the seas, it’s barbecue time! http://crave.cnet.com/8301-1_105-9954596-1.html
Always be ready for battle with a squirt-gun coffee table http://dvice.com/archives/2008/05/always_be_ready.php
Dutch claim world’s first solar speedboat http://crave.cnet.com/8301-1_105-9951260-1.html
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Molly Wood and CNET TV's Insider Secrets takes you through a tripartite of free alternative to Adobe Photoshop. Although Photoshop's a great program, for some users it provides way too much editing power and it's way too expensive. Try one of these freeware substitutes, and also check out our series on building your own Adobe Creative Suite using top-notch freeware applications. Part One; Part Two