Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Color Management add-on for Firefox 3

The Color Management add-on for Firefox 3 by Sean Hayes is a must for any avid photographer or enthusiast who knows the difference between sRGB and Adobe RGB. Firefox 3 adds support for non-sRGB colorspaces, but the Color Management add-on easily enables it, and allows specification of monitor profile as well. Install this now!

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Saturday, June 14, 2008

Zippo Tricks by Nathan Walker

Pretty clever, possibly unedited slight of hand tricks with one or more Zippo lighters. My pyro daughter is looking on with delight. I think I'll hide my Zippo tonight ...

Thursday, June 12, 2008

Finally -- Skype CallerID for North Americans

This week Skype has modified this service such that Skype users can select either their SkypeIn (Online) number or mobile phone number as their CLI or CallerID to be sent with their SkypeOut calls. And now it applies to North American Skype users.

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Monday, June 09, 2008

Our three new kits at play.

Introducing our three new baby ferrets (called "kits"). Angel is the red-eyed white albino ferret. Josie is the champagne ferret. And Midnight is the black sable ferret. Each has a different personality. We're waiting to find out which will become the Alpha Weasel.

Am I on plugin keeps you off MySpace forever!

It appears you are not on You're safe at the moment, but at any point you could accidentally follow the wrong link and end up stuck inside the sweaty armpit of the Internet. But with our helpful Firefox plugin you can browse in peace again. Any visit to MySpace will cause it to jump in and save you with a large prompt offering to take you back to sanity.

Click Am I on to save your sanity forever!

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Wednesday, June 04, 2008

Obama crosses historic milestone

Obama crosses historic milestone -

Barack Obama has done what many just a year ago thought was impossible. He took on the most powerful family in Democratic politics and won.

On Tuesday, Obama became the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, marking the first time an African-American will head the ticket of a major political party.

The first-term senator captured the Democratic nomination by beating out Sen. Hillary Clinton, who was hoping to become the first female nominee.

He also had to campaign against the senator's husband, former President Bill Clinton, one of the great political talents of the 20th century who, at least going into the primary season, enjoyed widespread popularity among Democrats.

During one debate, Obama wondered out loud if he was running against the wife or the husband, given the former president's high profile on the campaign trail.

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