Here is a list of recent stories I have found noteworthy but don’t have the time to blog about specifically. Call this a bit of a trial-run; most of them are Lifehacker articles but next time I’ll try to mix it up a little.
The Cliché Finder leaves no stone unturned in the hunt for overused phrases in your writing.
Web site SmartSetr lets you create smart sets for your Flickr account based on predefined criteria, like tags, text, date taken, or date uploaded.
The free, open source Ophcrack Live CD is a Windows account password cracking tool designed to help you recover lost Windows passwords.
Windows only: Organize, manage, search and archive all your documents with Docsvault Home Edition. Reminiscent of the PaperPort document-management software that used to come with Visioneer scanners, Docsvault helps you organize saved and scanned documents using a simple cabinet/drawer-style filing system.
The key is to establish a relationship before you need it. And this is why I’d like to provide the art of schmoozing.
How many ways are there to manage your task list? Almost as many as there are people with tasks to do.
But I don’t use the command line, you say. Oh but you do! Let’s take a closer look at this surprising “circle of life” right back to the trusty old command line with some examples of CLI in modern personal computing.
Google has added a Trends feature to Google Reader, allowing you to track your reading and subscription trends in Reader.
you can boot the Linux distro Knoppix right from your USB flash drive. A simple new tutorial shows you how.
details on how to remap those keys to behave the way they do on other operating systems.
Each of the photographs below represents 200 calories of the particular type of food; the images are sorted from low to high calorie density.
Mr. Neighborly’s Humble Little Ruby Book, a new e-book that teaches the basics and then some.