This week we learned how to pin an external drive to the Windows 7 taskbar, create an eBook or PDF from Wikipedia articles for offline reading, edit the hosts file, help computer users remotely with TeamViewer, minimize applications to the system tray in the simplest way, and more.
This completely entertaining video takes the music from various 8-bit NES games and mixes them all together into a new music video, complete with gameplay fun. The segment with the Tetris music is especially addicting—alway...
This interesting infographic shows how scientists have contributed to their fields, and makes it look like a subway map.
Over at Digital Inspiration, they’ve posted an extremely interesting tip that we’d never heard about before: you can search in the Start Menu without having to type the entire word for applications or Control Pane...
Now here’s a design for a t-shirt that made us laugh—a duck getting his revenge on that annoying dog from Duck Hunt.
Pleiades Open Star Cluster [DesktopNexus]
The Rainify Skin lets you add a terrific transparent look to Winamp that can stand on its’ own or blend in perfectly with the Rainify Rainmeter Skin.
Better Gmail 3 provides a quick and easy way to better organize and cleanup your Gmail account when using Google Chrome.
MetroViewer is a small, easy to use image viewer for Windows that utilizes the streamlined and elegant looking Metro UI.
Break Through [deviantART]
One of the great things about Android phones is just how hackable they are. Here’s a guide that tells you how to use the Ruby language to turn your phone into a spy camera accessible through a web browser.
electric city [DesktopNexus]
The world has been taken over by zombies and it is up to you to save the world from the apocalypse.
Add a burst of color to your desktop with this beautiful spacescapes theme for Windows 7.
SHADES OF GREEN [deviantART]
High Altitude Eclipse [deviantART]
Want to see the ultimate (and geeky) set of business cards? Fro Design has issued a limited edition print containing 21 iconic business cards from well known movies and television shows.
If you missed out on it when Windows 7 was released last year, you now have another opportunity to get the Family Pack starting next month.
Social services and networks are an excellent way to relax and have fun or stay connected with the important people in your life. This week we would like to know which social service or network that you use.
If you’re going to create a fountain, why not use a character from Star Wars?
When I was a kid, I put together loads of model cars and planes, but I always threw out the runners that connected all the pieces together. Never crossed my mind to use them to construct a gigantic robot.
Have you ever wondered what a Google version of the Periodic Table of Elements might look like? Some quick examples are: And (200,000 Android devices ship worldwide every day) & Uk (In the UK, children are more likely to...