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21 Ago/10

Create Enormous Bubbles with a Super-Size DIY Bubble Wand [DIY]

Create Enormous Bubbles with a Super-Size DIY Bubble Wand [DIY]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Two years ago we shared a DIY bubble wand guide, this amazing video—featuring a super-size version of that DIY bubble wand—prompted us to dig the old post out of the archives. More » (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Continua a leggere – Original Link: Create Enormous Bubbles with a Super-Size DIY Bubble Wand [DIY] Technorati...

22 Giu/10

4 Tools To Extract Multiple Zip And Rar Archives

4 Tools To Extract Multiple Zip And Rar Archives

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Many files on the Internet are compressed to reduce the time it takes to transfer the files to users requesting them and to cut down on the monthly bandwidth bill. A negative aspect of this is that the files need to be decompressed on the user’s computer system before they can be used. Standard unpackers like WinRar, WinZip or 7-zip are able to handle most of the operations with ease. They usually fail on the other hand...

22 Gen/10

Get to know Linux: File compression

Get to know Linux: File compression

How many times have you come across a .tar, .tgz, or .bz2 file in Linux and had no idea what to do with it? Or what it was? Most users of computers know what the .zip file is. Simple, it’s a compressed file. And to uncompress you generally double click it or right click and select Extract. Most people recognize that from the world of Windows. But did you know that file compression/decompression is just as easy in the world of Linux? It is. The only problem is that most don’t...


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2 Ago/09

FreeAppAlert Notifies You When For-Pay iPhone Apps Become Free [IPhone]

FreeAppAlert Notifies You When For-Pay iPhone Apps Become Free [IPhone]

iPhone: There are thousands and thousands of iPhone applications, but you hardly have time to keep up with their pricing changes, let alone new releases. The FreeAppAlert web service will keep you updated. You can set up FreeAppAlert’s site to notify you via email, twitter, or RSS about the newest free iPhone apps, including those making the jump from behind a pay wall. If you don’t want to be bothered with notifications, you can browse the site by date when you’re in...