As much as Spam folders are helping us to filter irrelevant and spam mails from showing on our Inbox, sometimes it’s just not safe to put an assumption that it’ll work perfectly without flaws. In the end of the day, the intelligence is still based on codes and algorithms. Taking … Continue reading »
[Windows only] If you’ve come across problem of forgetting your password to Windows XP Professional on the login screen or perhaps fear one day you would, then the following method is for you. Win XP Professional comes with a recovery method where it allows you to create a password reset … Continue reading »
WhereIsMe is a web identity aggregator. It allows you, your readers or anyone who’s possibly been stalking you to view all your activities in one single page. And by activities, I mean your Twitter tweets Facebook statuses, notes Blog feeds Flickr and Netflix photos, Digged content, del.icio.us bookmarks and more.
Online photo editing services like Picnik, Fauxto, FotoFlexer, etc are slowing gaining popularity among web users. For those who wants just some simple alteration to their photos, its a good news; for those who don’t own a copy of licensed Photoshop that’s greater news. Adobe Photoshop today flex their mucles … Continue reading »
[Mac only] Are you eager to try out the latest Firefox 3 beta but not ready to give up on your Firefox 2 yet? Normally when a new version of Firefox gets installed, it’ll replace the current version in the machine and it practically makes reverting a tedious task. Here’s … Continue reading »
After RC1 (Release Candidate 1), WordPress today released RC2 for WordPress 2.5. That means we are getting closer and closer to the official release. If you’ve previously installed RC1 and tested it, you should noticed there’s a major change in terms of the admin dashboard interface. In RC2, Matt Mullenweg … Continue reading »
Web designers and webmasters used to love cool steel or metallic kind of effects before the Web 2.0 storms in and washed everything away; leaving the WWW with glossy, abusive gradients websites. Apple.com has always been related to good Web 2.0 interface design but these guys has never lost the … Continue reading »
Always hate the fact that you’ve got not enough Photoshop brushes to play with? Try psbrushes.net. PSBrushes is another site enriched with Photoshop brushes properly organized in categories like abstract, grunge, humans, landscapes, oriental, shapes, and more. There’s a "View all" if you’ve got all the time in the world.
If you are wondering how some webmasters or bloggers create this little peel away effect on the top right corner of their website, that means it is successfully getting your attention and we assume that’ll make visitors curiously wanting to peel it off and see what’s in store. This is … Continue reading »
2nd Level Domain (2LD) are domains without .com/.net/.org/.gov etc involved. For example – www.domain.my. MYNIC – Malaysian registrar of .my domains will release 2LD (.my) domains to public starting on 9:00 am 25 March 2008. That means any Malaysian registered company or individuals will be able to register, as long … Continue reading »