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September 21 2011

Chin-Up Bar

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August 31 2011


One Thing Well


Microsoft provides virtual machine disk images to facilitate website testing in multiple versions of IE, regardless of the host operating system. Unfortunately, setting these virtual machines up without Microsoft’s VirtualPC can be extremely difficult. These scripts aim to facilitate that process using VirtualBox on Linux or OS X. With a single command, you can have IE6, IE7, IE8 and...

August 30 2011

Add a heatwave to the get through the hurricane

FunctionSource Posts

One of the exciting concepts from the Bespin days was the idea of layers on top (or behind) your code. We wanted to tie continuous integration, tests, and performance into your view. As soon as you see what is really going on with the code, you won’t bother optimizing that bit of code that is never in the hot spot. You will take another look at the tight for loop that is red hot though.


August 24 2011

A True Geek’s Keychain Rack


Check out this rather clever Instructable by harari, who used RJ-45 plugs and jacks to create a wonderfully geeky wall-mounted key organization system. [via Lifehacker]

August 10 2011

Finally! New App Will Turn Your iPad or iPhone Into a Real-Life, Interactive Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy [Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy]


The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, not the book about the guide and the people who use it, but the guide itself, is coming to iPhones, iPod Touches and iPads this fall, Hothead Games tells Kotaku. More »

July 24 2011

July 23 2011

Diva Watering Can

eero aarnio via mocoloco

Regador con actitud de diva.

July 15 2011

As any married photo-hobbyist knows, anything that helps with the SAF (Spousal Acceptance Factor) is a good thing
Jeffrey Friedl's Blog » Jeffrey’s “Tree Publisher” Lightroom Plugin

The Liberated Camera: Part II

The Online Photographer

By John Kennerdell

(Continued from Part I)

About a year ago a young photographer came to me with a question I'd never heard before. What did I think about "face detect" autofocus?

Probably I sighed. Then said something about how modern cameras left us with so little to do that any half-competent photographer just might want to decide where to focus on his own.

There was one problem with this...

July 13 2011

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June 22 2011

Fireworks CS5 Updater Removed


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This is 100% Adobe: now they have to patch a patch...
As you may have experienced, the CS5 Updater has been removed from Fireworks Team is working on a new patch to fix the issue users encountered with the first patch. The new patch should be ready by the end of next week.

June 20 2011

Here’s a totally new use for Braille, a way for blind people to make notes to remind them of everyday things, like a post-it note. Made of silicone, it’s a reusable notepad about the size of a keyboard that lets them jot down reminders as easy as scribbling a note to yourself. via Humans Invent | Innovation, Craftsmanship & Design

June 16 2011

Mouse and HDD combo show off your data gluttony

Hack a Day


So we know you’ve got a lot of porn on your computer, but just how much is a lot? This concept mouse and hard drive combo aims to show you just how much digital junk you have acquired through physical feedback.

The DataBot mouse looks like a typical run of the mill scroll mouse that you might get with a new computer. Inside however, the designers have added a small servo which alters the ease...

June 09 2011

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