The new Chatheads feature of Facebook Messenger (Android) is cool but the engineers at Facebook are cold enough to use Helvetica Neue — being a typeface that does not support Unicode characters (like Tiếng Việt). So I recompiled the app using Google’s own Roboto for good.
Download and enjoy: Facebook Messenger with Unicode support.
This is what I did to share my posts on Google+ to Twitter and then Twitter to Facebook:
Google+ to Twitter:
- Go to http://manageflitter.com/plus and connect with your Twitter account, choose Basic Plan (free one)
- Go to http://manageflitter.com/plus again and enter your Google+ URL
- Start sharing posts from Google+ toPublic, they will appear on your Twitter feeds.
Twitter to Facebook: follow this guide.
If you ever created a Google Form Document and lost its link — there seems to be no easy way to let people to fill in your form again. Going to Google Docs wouldn’t help because all you’d see is a spreadsheet showing what your form has collected.
Nevertheless, now I know I can get that link back. It took me half an hour to figure things out. So this is it:
I just can’t breathe during one and a half hour watching this coverage of Google Wave keynote address.
After watching Microsoft’s Glimpse into the future and this video, I pretty much believe that most of the triumphs in human’s history come not from these political systems or those (inter)national leaders — but from all the people with great mind of knowledge and keen sense of innovation.
It’s the technology from those people that changes the world.