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Are you looking for an easy way to add rounded corners to your images without installing extra software? Then you should take a look at RoundPic. The website lets you add rounded corners to images in moments with an easy to navigate interface.

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Setting up a new domain for a personal, business, or blogging website can be exciting, but it pays to take a few moments and think carefully about how you name your domain. This collection of domain name disasters shows how e...

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Wildly popular in the 1980s, Choose Your Own Adventure books brought role playing and variable-ending adventures to book format. You Chose Wrong is an entertaining blog that catalogs the death pages of the books.

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For those curious how their page requests and file transfers blast around the globe in a matter of seconds, this series of maps shows global fiber optic networks and termination points in an easy to survey layout.

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Note: Image size is 1280*960 pixels but can be easily placed on a larger black background to fit your monitor’s resolution.

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There’s a good chance you or your office mates are knocking back coffee this morning; thanks to a submission in the Wellcome Image Awards you can take a very personal look at the crystals of caffeine that make your coff...

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When a Linux system boots, it enters its default runlevel and runs the startup scripts associated with that runlevel. You can also switch between runlevels – for example, there’s a runlevel designed for recovery and maintenance operations.

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Whether it’s campy geeky or cutting edge Sci-Fi geeky, this week we’re interested in hearing about your favorite geeky movie. What’s your top pick for the best geek flick of all time?

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Me, me, me….me too.

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Everyone likes to get what they ordered online as quickly as possible, but what if that could be accomplished even faster? This humorous video takes a look at what ‘Yesterday Shipping’ would be like and the troubl...

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While we’re quite familiar with Apple co-founder Steve “Woz” Wozniak’s gadget obsessions, prior to this candid peek inside his gadget bag we had no idea just how deep his addiction ran.

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This montage of video game clips is like a 30 year dose of nostalgia laid down to a dance beat. We challenge you to watch it and not find a game that makes you want to drop everything and play it right this minute.

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Are you ready for a bit of quick and easy fun while waiting for the opening of The Dark Knight Rises this upcoming weekend? Then grab some paper and a pencil for a bit of drawing fun with Batman!

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Everything’s easier in the realm of video games where you can get money for nothing and drinks for, practically, free.

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The X server on Linux provides your graphical desktop. If it crashes, you’ll lose all unsaved work in graphical programs, but you can recover from the crash and restart the X server without restarting your computer.

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If you have a Nintendo DS there’s no need to limit yourself to just modern game releases. Read on as we show you how to turn your NDS into a retro-gaming marvel that plays old NES, Gameboy, and even Arcade games.

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