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Google has been phasing out Google Gears-supported features with the support that HTML5 provides for offline applications. According to this blog post on the official Google Reader blog, Google Reader's offline support was powered by Google Gears and was phased out effective 1 June 2010. The blog post also provides 3 clients (one OSX, one Windows, and one ...
You can add the people that you are following in the Google Reader and you'll have, besides the backup of all your favorite tweets, also a really powerful search ability. Maybe it's not saving them locally, but I think this is even better, than have them locally on your device.
Maybe use use a little portable wiki like... http://www.tiddlywiki.com/ ...Which you can store/sync up with dropbox. That way you can access it online and when you're offline, you can still access it and sync it back up to dropbox when you get the opportunity.
The easiest way is to just set up IMAP in the GMail settings and then use your favorite desktop client. (I use Apple's Mail) However there are some big gotchas with this method. For one if you poll GMail's IMAP server too often Google will think you're a spammer. At first you'll get weird “account exceeded bandwidth” errors when connecting. You can go ...
As you're aware, Google won't do the job without an internet connection. Even the offline version of Google Docs only allows local changes, not synced ones. Perhaps surprisingly, Microsoft's Excel does allow simultaneous editing by a number of people on a local network. It isn't real time like Google, but it does update everytime users save. There are ...
Still no word regarding offline support for Gmail or Google Calendar. According to the "Update on Google Docs offline and the new Chrome Web Store" on the Google Docs blog, Google Docs will support offline mode in 2011: In addition, at the event today, we were excited to demonstrate a feature that we expect to deliver early in 2011 -- the return of ...
Each Wikia site should have an XML dump available on their Special:Statistics page. You can get there directly by following this format: www.<wikianamehere>.com/Special:Statistics Navigate to the "Database dumps" header and select the dump relating to current pages -- you can safely ignore the one regarding page history if you simply want to read ...
Offline spreadsheets are available in view-only mode. You must restore your Internet connection to make any edits or create new spreadsheets. source: Google Drive Help
There is Firefox add-on called ScrapBook, which allows you you save URLs and tabs for offline use. Install it then use Alt K to open it up, then go to Tools --> Capture Multiple URLs then find "URL detector" and select "All open tabs in the window". Then click "Capture" and it should save the pages. Source: ...
Readability is a wonderful app that lets you save a page and present it now or later in a readable and printable format for mobile or desktop. You can also send articles directly to services like Kindle. Readability is available for desktop via browser plug ins and will soon be released on iOS.
Calibre is an open source ebook management software. Using calibre's built in news schedule system you can schedule downloads for both instapaper and readitlater, I have personally used Calibre with readitlater and found it to work well, Only problem with readitlater support is no pictures (its based on the text view). Depending on what you browse this ...
I don't know any web app that is doing that, but there are a lot of iPhone/iPad/Android apps that can be use to manage GTask offline, like: GeeTasks gTasks Hope this helps.
There is absolutely no way to do that, as that's the whole point of being "Invisible" - no one knows that you are online. Suppose, things were like as you ask about in this question: You get to online chat when you click on an online user. You get to offline chat when you click on an online user who has set himself as invisible. You get to Compose Mail ...
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