Schedule

Schedule

Sunday, October 26

1414346400 The Tech Guy
1414360800 This Week in Tech

Monday, October 27

1414429200 Tech News Today
1414432800 Triangulation
1414438200 iPad Today
1414450800 Tech News 2Night

Tuesday, October 28

1414515600 Tech News Today
1414519200 MacBreak Weekly
1414526400 Security Now
1414533600 Before You Buy
1414537200 Tech News 2Night
1414540800 All About Android
1414549800 Padre's Corner

Wednesday, October 29

1414596600 FLOSS Weekly
1414602000 Tech News Today
1414605600 Windows Weekly
1414612800 This Week in Google
1414623600 Tech News 2Night
1414630800 Ham Nation

Thursday, October 30

1414688400 Tech News Today
1414692000 Know How...
1414695600 Marketing Mavericks
1414701000 Coding 101
1414704600 Home Theater Geeks
1414710000 Tech News 2Night
1414711800 The Giz Wiz

Friday, October 31

1414774800 Tech News Today
1414778400 This Week in Law
1414785600 Android App Arena
1414796400 Tech News 2Night

Saturday, November 1

1414864800 The Tech Guy

Sunday, November 2

1414954800 The Tech Guy
1414969200 This Week in Tech

Monday, November 3

1415037600 Tech News Today
1415041200 Triangulation
1415046600 iPad Today
1415059200 Tech News 2Night

Tuesday, November 4

1415124000 Tech News Today
1415127600 MacBreak Weekly
1415134800 Security Now
1415142000 Before You Buy
1415145600 Tech News 2Night

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Tech News Today

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This Week in Computer Hardware

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The Giz Wiz

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Home Theater Geeks

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Coding 101

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Tech News 2Night

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Know How... 20

Make the web work for you

November 15 2012

Use IFTTT to make the web work for you with guest co-host Tom Merritt!

We're going to use IFTTT.com to move around our web content automatically. With IFTTT.com, you can take your data from one site and set it do an action. It's easier to explain when you try it out.

First up, sign up for an account (it's free). From there, you'll be able to browse and create your own recipes.

Here are some popular recipes:
- Instagram to Dropbox
- Export Facebook status to a Google Spreadsheet
- Warn of tomorrow's weather, today!
- Text your ideas to yourself

We built a custom recipe so you can get an email every time TWiT publishes a TWiT Live Special. TWiT Live Specials Notification

Feedback:
We asked you guys "What's your favorite IFTTT recipe? #twitkh"
- Patrick Delahanty: @iyaz I use IFTTT and my WeMo to control lights in my house. I had a light set up to flash under certain conditions like new email. #TWiTKH

- Jesse: @iyaz Instagram to Skydrive or Google Drive. #twitkh

- Kevin Kelly: @iyaz I use it to grab new columns by my favourite tech writers, like @ihnatko, and save it to Instapaper. #twitkh

- Ashish Bogawat: @iyaz Save Google Reader starred items as PDF files to Dropbox for offline reading - https://t.co/vm5XNIdB"

Quicktip:
Last week we showed you how to make a Hackintosh. This week, we'll show you how to run Windows on a Mac. Thanks to Hundter Biede for the suggestion!

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