Daniel Pataki, Author at gHacks Technology News

DBook Review - Structured And collaborative writing

I started writing a book a while ago in a great tool called Editorially. Regretfully Editorially closed shop this May and in the search for a new app, I found something even […]

Simple yet powerful task management with Todoist

Over the past years I've been using task managers on and off, but one I always come back to is Todoist. While there are certainly more powerful options out there (Remember The […]

Do more with your WordPress using the function reference

If you've been developing themes, or taking a go at modifying your own, chances are you've run into the WordPress Template Tags page. This part of the WordPress Codex lists numerous functions […]

Read The New York Times with Adobe Air

In my limited experience with newspapers, I got the sense that they are not the ones leading the technological revolution. Today I found out that The New York Times has just released […]

Create your own file extension icons

Air Icon Generator is a free Adobe Air application that you may use to create icons in different output sizes quickly and without extra costs. I absolutely love all kinds of icons, […]

Ubiquity to be built in to Firefox

If you're into browsers, browser tech and mashups, chances are you know what Mozilla's Ubiquity is. In a nutshell, it's a mashup service which lets you navigate and manipulate the web in […]

Self-publish for free with Lulu

If you think you've got what it takes, why not write a book? Oh yeah, it's takes a load of time, a huge load of marketing effort, and even more money to […]

Inline Google Search in Gmail

It seems like I'm the resident Google Labs reporter here at gHacks, but truth be told, they have been rolling out some cool features! The development team's latest is the ability to […]

Use your computer as a phone for free

I recently discovered a really cool feature in Vista (I think it isn't available quite so readily in XP), which allows you to transform your computer into a phone really easily. Of […]

Sharing is easy with Gmail!

Since the introduction of the Gmail Labs settings to all users sharing in emails has been much easier, and I think somewhat overlooked. There are a few things you can do to […]

Cartoon shootout with Battlefield Heroes

Battlefield Heroes was a free to play web browser game of the Battlefield franchise which used a cartoon style instead of realistic style. Battlefield Heroes was retired in July 2015. The game […]

Visualize your hard drive consumption with SpaceSniffer

SpaceSniffer is a free program for Windows that you may use to visualize where all that precious hard drive space went to. No matter what hard drive size you have, if you […]

Fon lets you download without your computer

I don't know if you guys know about the Fon router, I have personally used one for ages. It is a community based project, the thinking is that a lot of people […]

Add tasks to RTM from Launchy

If you're a Remember The Milk user (the best online list app) you probably spend some time entering tasks. If you're like me, and don't like having tabs for apps open all […]

Do you use a system sidebar?

With the well developed Google Desktop Sidebar and the Vista Sidebar, putting all your gadgets and websites on a sidebar always visible might be quite tempting and can provide loads of information […]

Using your own Wiki for coding

The biggest time saver you can implement in your coding practices is some sort of searchable database of all the data you need when you're working on a project. I mean code […]

Quote, research and take notes with Quotepad

Quotepad is a free program for Microsoft Windows that enables you to quickly jot down notes and manage notes created previously. I sometimes run into an application that's not hugely new, but […]

Would the try & buy model work for games and movies?

I know you've all seen it, naughty people, you download a game for example, and the crack file says something like "Our cracker team does not support piracy, if you like the […]