September 2010

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Windows 7 Keyboard shortcuts

This article is taken from the Windows 7 official page. How to be fast in windows 7 by using the keyboard shortcuts. Keep reading…

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Kindle for the Web

Well, this is what was missing. Good step for Amazon: gorgeous Kindle v3 with 50% better contrast, slim, light… iPhone app, iPad app… and now Kindle for the Web.

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GTD: Todos, Task managers… iPhone, desktop, cloud… no perfect solution

Objective: I would like to mange my Getting Things Done (GTD) using a task manager (or todo manager) that: Most of the inputs will be on my mobile device: now an iPhone, but in the future probably android. That it can be done offline on my phone when I am roaming, it is synchronized. Synchronization […]

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Real life…

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Jackie San vs. the Eye of Sauron

It is just a GIF image… 3.3Mb but just a GIF…

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Wingsuit proximity flying in Switzerland and Norway

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The license place could be key in social media

Bump.com allows users to connect online and offline via unique identifiers, including license plates, mobile phones and online profiles. Ever wanted to tell the driver in front of you that their lights are off? Or maybe you’ve wanted to be the good Samaritan and warn someone that his meter has expired. Perhaps you just find […]

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Europe according to stereotype

A London-based graphic designer has created a series of maps depicting Europe according to the national stereotypes in the minds of various peoples. Yanko Tsvetkov, a Bulgarian living in Great Britain, created the first one in 2009 in the midst of the energy dispute between Russia and the Ukraine. Russia was labelled “Paranoid Oil Empire”, the Ukraine […]

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Ford Fiesta and 650Hp… and some skills…

This is what you can do with a Ford fiesta with 650hp if you practice a bit. I do the same with my fiat 500.

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Google Is Making Your Account Vastly More Secure With Two-Step Authentication

“Two-factor authentication” may be the least sexy-sounding feature I’ve ever written about. But if you’ve ever worried about being phished or having your password hacked, it could be your best friend — because it makes it much, much harder for a hacker to break into your account. Today, Google is announcing that it’s bringing the security […]

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One of the best time lapse video out there

Timelapse Montage from Mike Flores on Vimeo.

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Dynamics: Credit Cards of the Not-too-Distant Future

Credit card theft and fraud are two of the largest problems plaguing consumers, banks and businesses today. The problem is exacerbated by the ease at which criminals can steal credit card numbers – either by stealing data with a magnetic strip reader, or by copying a number down with pen and paper. A new revolution […]

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Packing like a pro

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iPhone 4 Leica look skin

Looking for an iPhone skin to protect your new phone from sratchs? Well, take a look at this one, pretty clever and cool. You can buy it here for $13.

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Walmart in China

Crocodiles. Bulk Rice. Mixed Meat for the choosing. Orange Juice And Cooking Oil (fish?) pack. Turtles and other stuff. Who knows… Walmart Brand Spirits. Rib Cages. Assorted Dried Reptiles. Beautiful Boxes Of Liquor. Frogs. A Large Selection Of Chopsticks. Ducks on a rack. Great Value Brand Beef Granules. Pig Faces. Antibacterial Bikini Underwear For Men. […]

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