Video sharing sites and the internet in general have been a real boon to documentaries, but a lot of times (especially with YouTube) they’re spread all over the place and poorly labeled and described. I found Top Documentary Films a few months ago and have really enjoyed it… the site catalogs videos, with great descriptions and useful tags, so you can actually find all the great free documentaries out there. Like for example, this week they’re featuring The Pleasure of Finding Things Out, a Richard Feynman classic.
We’ve previously written about a tool that allows you to create a bunch of folders at one time from a list of words or phrases. However, what if you want to create one or more folders from a bunch of selected text files?
Are you looking for a great collection of fun games to play at work or home? Then the ‘Games for the Brain’ website is definitely worth bookmarking in your favorite browser! This terrific collection of brain tease...
Many of the case mods we come across are intricate and packed with custom lighting and other geeky flourished. This case made take an opposite approach, combining aluminum and walnut to create a sleek and stunning living-room friendly HTPC case.
This polished looking standing desk combines a stand alone bar-height counter with extra storage, cable management, and monitor riser. The end result looks like a $$$$ standing desk at a fraction of the price.
How ‘secure’ is your 4-digit PIN number? Is your PIN number a far too common one or is it a bit more unique in comparison to others? The folks over at the Data Genetics blog have put together an interesting analys...
Last fall we showed you how to run Android apps on your Windows PC with BlueStacks. Now BlueStacks has partnered with AMD to offer even better Android emulation on AMD-powered Windows machines.
Android includes a built-in way to back up and restore the contents of your phone or tablet. All you need is a computer and a device running Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) or newer.