Do you ever find yourself in the position of not knowing what kind of comment to leave on Facebook? Then cast your worries aside! Just consult this humorous chart for the perfect solution to your commenting woes.
This historical video originally released on May 21, 1948 presents an interesting view of what the cars of the future might look like and how they would operate.
Are you wanting to add some romance to your Windows 7 desktop? Then all you need are these two beautiful Valentine’s Day themes from Microsoft.
Are you a Program or a User? Choose your destiny while bringing the battle for the Grid and freedom to your desktop with our TRON and TRON Legacy Customization Set.
This week we learned how to quickly cut a clip from a video file with Avidemux, “tile windows, remote control a desktop using an iOS device, taking advantage of Windows 7 libraries”, turn a home Ubuntu PC into a LAMP web server, enable desktop notifications for Gmail in Chrome, “what image channels are and what they mean”, and more.
First, we brought you fonts for your Valentine’s Day stationary needs followed by icon packs to help customize your desktop. Today we finish our romantic holiday trio out with a larger than normal size wallpaper collection.
YouTube user deathVANQUISHED has created a really nice video mashup featuring Carl Sagan’s Pale Blue Dot monologue combined with video from Halo Reach.
Are you ready to join Isaac Clarke in his battle with the Necromorphs once again? If you have been looking forward to this awesome sequel, then you will definitely want to grab a copy of the Dead Space 2 Windows 7 theme for your desktop.
We all love to read information about new computer hardware, gadgets, software, and how-to articles to help us and satisfy our need for geeky knowledge. This week we would like to know if you prefer subscribing to/buying print magazines, doing all of your reading online, or using a combination of both.
Here is an interesting look back at the discussion the hosts of the Today Show had concerning what the Internet was in 1994.
Are you someone who likes (or needs) to take screenshots often while browsing? Now you can streamline the process for easy screenshot capture and editing with the Aviary Screen Capture extension for Chrome and Iron.
Are you a Battlestar Galactica and Caprica fan? If you are missing these two wonderful television shows then you can bring part of the magic back into your home with this detailed poster size map of the 12 Colonies.
Are you tired of thumbnail images that are just too small to make out clearly on your favorite websites? Say goodbye to frustration and hello to easy viewing with the Thumbnail Zoom extension for Firefox.
This week we learned how to backup and copy data between iOS devices, use Linux commands in Windows with Cygwin, boost email writing productivity with Microsoft Word Mail Merge, be more productive in Ubuntu using keyboard shortcuts, “restore the FTP service in XBMC, rename downloaded TV shows, access the Android Market in emulation”, and more.
Watching videos at YouTube can be a lot of fun, but the pages are too full of clutter. If you want to literally clean things up in moments, then all you need is the CleanTube extension for Opera.
Are you feeling depressed due to the bleak winter views outside your windows? Now you can bring a touch of summer and warm weather thoughts to your desktop with the Landscape Theme for Chrome and Iron.
Would you like to try a different kind of browsing experience while using Firefox? With the Prospector – Home Dash extension from Mozilla Labs you get a mix of the traditional UI, full-screen mode, and a mobile-style in...