Get Advanced Stats of Your Gmail Usage – Gmail Meter

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Gmail Meter is a useful service that helps you get to know statistics about your Gmail account. This tool shows information like how many emails a month you get or send,on which day you send more emails, how many contacts send you emails, who were the top 10 contacts who sent your emails, top 10 […]

Fwd: [Devils Workshop] “Write more with less effort using Mou for Mac”

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I was a Windows user since the day I started using computers, but over a six months back, I switched to OS X. I loved it and prefer it to Windows, but there’s one thing which bugged me, and that’s there is no good free blogging client for Mac. Sure, there’s MarsEdit but it costs […]

Fwd: [Devils Workshop] “Twitter Introduces Option to Download Your Tweets Archive”

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Twitter users have not really found it easy to look up their past tweets. Twitter’s search actually limits tweets to weeks rather than months and years. This is mainly done to keep Twitter’s search results as currently relevant as possible. It sort of makes sense considering, Twitter is more about current happenings rather than record of […]

Fwd: [Devils Workshop] “Has Apple reached its Peak or hit a Plateau? [Infographic]”

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Apple is the world most valued company. It is also one of the most profitable companies in the world. The profits really are raked in by the billions by the uber-successful iPhone. There are also other trends likes less iPhone users want to buy another iPhone compared to previous years. Also Apple has missed the […]

Resolution for Invalid SPListItem. The SPListItem provided is not compatible with a Publishing Page.

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Problem:  When accessing any page in sharepoint site which has publishing site infrastructure feature actiavted. above given error appears. Resolution: First try to Deactivate and ReActivate the Sharepoint Site Publishing Infrastructure feature at both Scopes (Site And Web) level. If this will not solve your problem then try to run following Power shell script. $web = […]