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8 Set/10

Firefox 4 Beta 5 Now Available with Default Hardware Acceleration, Menu Redesign [Updates]

Firefox 4 Beta 5 Now Available with Default Hardware Acceleration, Menu Redesign [Updates]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Windows/Mac/Linux: Firefox 4 Beta 5 is out tonight, and it firms up a few things that have been slowly taking shape in previous betas of the browser. Most significantly, it enables by default the (Windows-only) hardware acceleration that had been available through a deep settings switch previously. New to the build, however, are a robust audio API (demonstrated at YouTube), a return to two-column...

7 Set/10

How to Set Up Plex on Your iOS Device [Downloads]

How to Set Up Plex on Your iOS Device [Downloads]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Mac OS X and iOS: The lastest update of media center app Plex brings support for iOS devices. Here’s how to get Plex going on your HTPC and your mobile. More » (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Continua a leggere – Original Link: How to Set Up Plex on Your iOS Device [Downloads] Technorati Tags: brings-support, clips,...

28 Ago/10

How to Open a Beer Bottle With a Countertop [Beverages]

How to Open a Beer Bottle With a Countertop [Beverages]

We’ve featured numerous ways to open beer bottles without bottle openers, but for this method all you need is a ledge, gravity, and a steady hand. More » Continua a leggere – Original Link: How to Open a Beer Bottle With a Countertop [Beverages] Technorati Tags: beverages, clips, drinking, drinks, method, none-solid, open-beer




13 Ago/10

How to Create Application Shortcuts in Google Chrome for Mac [Shell Scripts]

How to Create Application Shortcuts in Google Chrome for Mac [Shell Scripts]

While previously mentioned Fluid is a great tool for creating site-specific browsers (SSBs), some people really like Chome’s “Application Shortcuts” feature. Unfortunately, it’s not available on the Mac version of Chrome, but you can achieve the same result with a shell script. More » Continua a leggere – Original Link: How to Create Application Shortcuts in Google Chrome for Mac [Shell Scripts] Technorati...

12 Ago/10

Gesture Search Scours Your Android with the Flip of Your Hand [Updates]

Gesture Search Scours Your Android with the Flip of Your Hand [Updates]

Android: Google just updated their very cool Gesture Search app with a small but clever new feature. You can still search your phone by drawing gestures, but now you can activate the app at any time by simply flipping your phone away from you and back again. Handy. [Gesture Search via Google Mobile Blog] More » Continua a leggere – Original Link: Gesture Search Scours Your Android with the Flip of Your Hand [Updates] Technorati...

12 Ago/10

The Non-Alarmist Guide to Avoiding Your Environmental Health Risks [Geomedicine]

The Non-Alarmist Guide to Avoiding Your Environmental Health Risks [Geomedicine]

We’re all going to die someday, but where you live can play an important role in when and how it’ll happen. Here’s a look into geomedicine—the study of location-based health factors—and how you can stay healthy in your locale. More » Continua a leggere – Original Link: The Non-Alarmist Guide to Avoiding Your Environmental Health Risks [Geomedicine] Technorati Tags: all-going, clips, feature,...

13 Nov/09

Eat Breakfast Like an Olympian with "Super" Oatmeal [Diet]

Eat Breakfast Like an Olympian with "Super" Oatmeal [Diet]

Dietitian Bob Seebohar has guided the diet of many a U.S. Olympic athlete; here he demonstrates how to prepare an oatmeal breakfast that aims to give you the energy of a gold medalist. Although Seebohar uses a rice cooker in the video above, you’re stove top or microwave would work just fine for creating this energy and antioxidant packed oatmeal. The mixture is packed with enough essentials to fuel your body through workout sessions, an afternoon hike, or maybe some Black Friday...

13 Nov/09

DVD Knife Quickly Extracts Any Clip from DVDs [Downloads]

DVD Knife Quickly Extracts Any Clip from DVDs [Downloads]

Trying to extract clips from a DVD is usually a roundabout process that involves a lot of waiting. Free utility DVD Knife makes it easy to extract clips from any part of your DVD. Generally, in order to extract a small clip from a DVD, you’ve got to rip and convert the entire movie—or at least a specific chapter—before you can work with it. DVD Knife does away with this lengthy process with a quick, four-click solution. When you start it up, you just open the disc, navigate...

20 Ott/09

Remains of the Day: Photoshopping Made Easy Edition [For What It’s Worth]

Remains of the Day: Photoshopping Made Easy Edition [For What It’s Worth]

A preview from Adobe demonstrates how even those of us with mediocre to no Photoshop skills will be able to remove unwanted elements like pros, Barnes and Noble releases its saucy Kindle competitor, and Google Analytics adds a ton of new features. Barnes & Noble’s Dual-Screened Nook: $260, Eats the Kindle’s Lunch Book retailer Barnes & Noble launched a Kindle competitor that actually looks really nice, and Gizmodo took a close look at it. [Gizmodo] Removing Unwanted...

17 Ott/09

Google Wave Does Great Film Reenactments [Google Wave]

Google Wave Does Great Film Reenactments [Google Wave]

If you were looking to quickly understand how you might someday put Google Wave to good use, then this two-minute video makes a lot of sense. That’s not what these videos are about. If, on the other hand, you want to see someone having a little fun with Wave and its support for real-time conversations and multimedia integration, these videos are a good watch. The first, above, reenacts a not-safe-for-work scene from Pulp Fiction, while the second, below, reenacts Good Will Hunting. ...

17 Ott/09

Build a Temporary Wood-Fired Pizza Oven On the Cheap [Weekend Project]

Build a Temporary Wood-Fired Pizza Oven On the Cheap [Weekend Project]

We detailed how to build a backyard wood-fired pizza oven earlier this year, but if you’d like to make your own but don’t have the space for a permanent installment in your backyard, this low-cost temporary pizza oven might do the trick. This temporary oven was built for a weekend pizza-making event. It was built, fired up, and torn down in one afternoon, and according to the author of the DIY, he “cooked the best pizza I’ve ever made, by far.” If you’ve...

18 Set/09

DIY Tilt-Shift Photography Lens [Weekend Project]

DIY Tilt-Shift Photography Lens [Weekend Project]

Tilt-shift lenses create a great miniature effect on photographs of everyday things. The problem? These specialized lenses are insanely expensive (think $1,000 range). This video from Make demonstrates how to make a DIY tilt-shift lens on the cheap. Tilt-shift lenses work by slightly rotating the camera’s lens, creating a very shallow depth of field that makes pictures of normal things—like, say, a cityscape—appear to be macro photographs of miniatures. (Read more on...

17 Set/09

Ditch Your Cellphone Contract with Attention to the Fine Print [Cellphones]

Ditch Your Cellphone Contract with Attention to the Fine Print [Cellphones]

Being locked into a less-than-favorable cellphone contract doesn’t necessarily mean you can’t worm your way out. If more conventional methods like trading out of a contract don’t do the trick, video site Howcast offers other more extreme ways to duck out. Among their suggestions is to take advantage of the “material adverse change” clause in your contract. In laymen terms, this means looking for even the slightest change to your original signed contract,...

6 Set/09

Fold a World-Record-Setting Paper Airplane [Fun]

Fold a World-Record-Setting Paper Airplane [Fun]

A few years back we pointed you toward the world’s “best” paper airplane, and while we couldn’t entirely back up the “best” claim, this Sky King paper airplane is a legitimate world-record holder. This video shows us how to make it ourselves. Wired’s video demonstrates the build from start to finish, but if you’d prefer a more barebones schematic, head over to the Wired page for a nice step-by-step in images. It doesn’t look...

2 Set/09

Remains of the Day: Where’d My Gmail Go Edition [For What It’s Worth]

Remains of the Day: Where’d My Gmail Go Edition [For What It’s Worth]

A Gmail outage leaves users out in the cold, parents stalk their kids on Facebook, uTorrent for the iPhone is (unsurprisingly) rejected, and eBay sells popular VoIP application, Skype. Facebook, Twitter Revolutionizing How Parents Stalk Their College-Aged Kids The Onion takes a hilarious satirical look at actual privacy issues related to social networking sites. Today’s Gmail problems We saw it coming early this morning, and by this afternoon the Gmail outage got serious. All...

10 Ago/09

Learn How to Work a Crowd [Networking]

Learn How to Work a Crowd [Networking]

When you think of “working a crowd,” you might think of entertainers at best, and shifty multi-level marketing salesman at worst. There are, however, non-jerky ways to meet people and benefit from casual networking. Why would you want to work a crowd? Because nobody makes new friends or finds a great business contact by standing over the punchbowl. The following video is a presentation from Ignite Show, a series of 5 minute powerchats given by people on varying topics. In the...

3 Ago/09

Reset Your Sleep Cycle with a 16-Hour Fast [Mind Hacks]

Reset Your Sleep Cycle with a 16-Hour Fast [Mind Hacks]

Your brain’s natural tendencies don’t easily accommodate international flights, all-nighters, or rotating shift work. Refusing to eat for about 16 hours before waking up, however, can help reboot your sleep cycle. Photo by arvindgrover. Harvard researcher Clifford Saper explains that one’s body has more than just a single clock dictating some magical eight-hour sleep period. Sleep needs are regulated in part by exposure to light, but also by food intake. By fasting for...

30 Lug/09

Turn a Pizza Box into Serving Plates and a Leftovers Container [Clever Uses]

Turn a Pizza Box into Serving Plates and a Leftovers Container [Clever Uses]

The next time you order a pie for yourself and those near and dear to you, don’t just toss the box aside. With a few quick steps, you can transform it into four serving plates and a container for your leftovers. The above video shows the patented “green box” in action, a pizza box specially designed to break down along perforations to give way to cardboard plates and a convenient storage container for the remaining slices. Obviously you can already do the same yourself...

8 Lug/09

Improve Your Balance and Help Heal Sprained Ankles [Exercise]

Improve Your Balance and Help Heal Sprained Ankles [Exercise]

Sprained ankles are among the most common sports injuries. In fact, the NYT estimates that around eight million people sprain one of their ankles yearly. Fortunately, a one-minute balance exercise can help reduce your chance of injury and repair your ankles. Photo by genewolf. The Times’ Well blog offers a simple balancing hack to help get and keep your ankles in good shape. Simply put, “stand on one leg. Try not to wobble. Hold for a minute. Repeat.” How does balance...

1 Lug/09

Turn a Cheap iPhone Case into a Tripod [DIY]

Turn a Cheap iPhone Case into a Tripod [DIY]

You probably use your iPhone’s camera for hand-held photos and video, but once in a while you might want some shake-free shots. Get them with a tripod made from a clamshell case and a little ingenuity. By combining an inexpensive case with some very basic and cheap parts off the shelf of his local hardware store, Scott Patrick made sturdy tripod mount for his iPhone. Check out the video below: The build is rather straightforward, but there’s room for a little tweaking. While...