Tuesday, 5 July 2011

Import Your Facebook Contacts on Google+


A new Google Chrome extension makes extracting Facebook contacts a lot easier, helping users more easily reconstruct their respective social graphs on Google+.
The extension, called Facebook Friend Exporter, lets you to export details that your Facebook friends have already shared with you, including their names, email addresses, phone numbers, websites, addresses and birthdays. The information can be saved as a CSV file or imported directly into your Gmail address book as a folder labeled “Imported from Facebook.”

A user’s Google+ connections are based upon his or her Gmail address book. To get started, users are encouraged to sift through their Google contacts to add them to “Circles” for friends, family, classmates, co-workers and other custom groups. Circles is Google’s attempt to help users interact better with specific social groups.

But interaction may be the core problem that Google+ faces when going up against social networking heavyweight Facebook. Having users start from scratch isn’t an easy sell, and the Chrome extension doesn’t help with this problem, unfortunately. As the extension doesn’t export a Facebook user’s history — which many users will probably see as a positive, anyway — you won’t find the Facebook stream of photos, videos and status updates on Google+.
CNET reporter Stephen Shankland pointed out that this tool probably won’t rub well with Facebook, citingSection 3.2 of Facebook’s terms of service: “You will not collect users’ content or information, or otherwise access Facebook, using automated means (such as harvesting bots, robots, spiders, or scrapers) without our permission.”
Google’s release of Google+ will probably spur up existing hostility between the two tech giants, as Google has long held that a user should be able to easily extract his or her data (case in point, Google Takeout lets you extract your data, including Google contacts). Facebook, on the other hand, claims that Google’s practices raise “serious privacy concerns.”
If building out your Google+ network is a high priority, though, this Chrome extension could be of great help. Creator Mohamed Mansour warns, though: “Use at your own risks! From the 30K+ users who used it, no one got a ban notice from Facebook, but I don’t guarantee that.”

Ebay Rs. 150/- off at minimum 250/- for new users only.

As usual, eBay India is once again started a limited time promotional offer only for new users. This time they are giving Rs 150/- off on Minimum purchase of Rs 250/-. 

How to get this deal?

  1. Just visit eBay.in and select the product you wish to purchase.
  2. Use coupon code EBAYIN1234 to get Rs 150/- off.
Suggested deals
  1. Airtel recharge of Rs 333/- in Rs 170/- only : Click here
  2. Any other operator recharge of Rs 200 at Rs 100 only : Click here
  3. Sandisk 4GB pendrive at Rs 100/- only : Click here

Note:
Coupon issue date: 04 July, 2011
Coupon expiry date: Not declared( But we are very sure that this is very limited time deal)

GUYS, STEALIFY IT FAST :-)

Get a Copy Of ‘PLAN YOUR WEDDING’ Magazine for free

 Plan your wedding" is a bi-montly magazine to make your wedding a perfect Celebration. This magazine is a perfect choice for people who are looking to get married in near future.It contain information about latest wedding fashion trends, beauty care of the bride and the groom, various destinations for honeymoon, wedding planning,  trends in Jewelery and A COMPLETE WEDDING DIRECTORY.
How to get your free copy ?

  1. Click here to register on Planyourwedding.co.in
  2. That's it.
Note: This service is valid only for Delhi, Banglore, Pune, Jaipur , Udaipur,  Gurgaon,Ghaziabad, Faridabad, Noida and Hydrabad people. 

Twitter Delicious Facebook Digg Stumbleupon Favorites More