It’s that tips-sharing time of week again; this week we’re looking at easy headphone storage, classy DIY charging stations, and DIY reusable zip ties.
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Do you enjoy the look of colorful, serene abstract art on your desktop? Then you will definitely want to have a look at this wonderful Yinean Abstract theme for Windows 7. The theme comes with 26 Hi-Res wallpapers, custom ico...
More and more polished Portal fan films are appearing online–you may recall Outside Aperture from earlier this year–today’s offering is just as high quality with a little more action thrown in for good measure.
By Default, Ubuntu uses apt-get to install packages and updates. Apt-get is a good tool but you can get much faster download speeds using Apt-Fast when downloading and updating your Ubuntu box.
It’s that back-to-school time of year again and we’re interesting in your tips, tricks, and resources for saving on textbooks.
No security problems or worries with this one eh?
Chrome: If you need to keep an eye on shared documents but you don’t want to stare at an open Google Docs pane, WatchDoc monitors your shared documents for changes and notifies you from Chrome toolbar.
If you’ve ever wanted to relive your Mario Paint days, scatter stars all over a picture, or draw with cats, today you’re in luck. Here’s a simple how-to and video that will show you how to make custom Photoshop brushes.
We have previously covered the security of saved passwords inside Internet Explorer and Chrome which lack browser specific master password protection. If this leaves you a bit wary and yearning to move or backup your passwords to KeePass (an open source dedicated password manager), this process is incredibly easily even if you have a multiple browser setup.