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Very often, the geek factor of an idea isn’t about how practical it really is—rather, it’s about whether you can figure out how to do it or not.
You don’t need a gaudy t-shirt to show off how much of a nerd you are—sometimes it’s best to go with understated instead.
Microsoft is about to release the completely revamped version of their browser, and we got this from Microsoft earlier today:
Note: You will need to go to the link below to view the full version.
Amazing City Skyline [DesktopNexus]
Well known for his beloved Muppets, puppeteer Jim Henson demonstrates how to quickly make puppets from materials such as tennis balls, wooden spoons, socks, cardboard tubes, envelopes, and more. This is definitely a fun video...
The Farm House [DesktopNexus]
Want to see what HTML5 games are like? Then you will definitely want to visit this online repository of HTML5 games. Choose the type of game you want to play based on category and get ready to enjoy a new, smoother gaming experience.
old bridge [DesktopNexus]
It looks like we’re about to see perfect-quality high-def movies hitting torrents everywhere, even possibly while the movies are still in the theaters.
flickr member Jason Ternus presents a humorous mix of Star Wars and Indiana Jones as Boba Fett auditions for Raiders of the Lost Ark.
Moon and Earth / Mond und Erde [DesktopNexus]
A little girl helps her Mom with the dishes, but washes more than what her Mom bargained for. Oh no!
Here is a quick and easy way to keep those popular CLI commands available for reference whenever you need them.
Here is a little something to think about the next time you consider posting your offline travels or activities to a social network: not posting anything at all can turn out to be the best and safest policy.
Lake Plitvice [DesktopNexus]
On Wednesday, Microsoft is set to announce the official beta of Internet Explorer 9 and unveil the new interface, but if you’re interested in the behind-the-scenes technology, they’ve got a great write-up for you right now.
The Horrible Logos site is a real logo design site that makes you a bad logo that’s guaranteed to suck, all for a few dollars.
NVidia graphics cards have had some serious driver problems over the years, and this Flash game pokes some fun at it with a (fake) interactive bug hunt in Visual Studio.
Looks like Hotmail is actually growing, while Yahoo is down. What this doesn’t tell you is that Gmail gained 22% over the last year, while Hotmail only gained 3%.
This week we learned how to tell what type of memory Linux PCs have installed, manage iPods with MediaMonkey, clean up a messy Internet Explorer context menu, convert a PowerPoint 2010 presentation to video, switch Windows 7 to the XP Style Alt-Tab switcher, and more.
Looks like Yahoo is finally working on a major update to Yahoo Mail, which has been losing ground to Gmail on a daily basis.