Want to explore Twitter in a completely new way? If you like art, you’ll like True Colours of Twitter. It’s a neat little online app that generates interactive art pieces based on the characteristics of a tweet, such as length, username, etc.
Finding it hard to find those Wi-Fi hotspots in your area? WeFi can make it easy for you to discover those Wi-Fi hotspots wherever you are. It is a free software that uses your computer’s wireless capabilities to automatically find and map nearby Wi-Fi hotspots. It finds and connects the best Wi-Fi hotspot around you without you doing much. It has a community of people helping it discover new Wi-Fi hotspots around the world. It currently has more than 48 million hotspots but if it finds a new hotspot for you and if you are willing to share the information it adds it to its database and grows from there. WeFi is available on the Windows, Mac, Windows Mobile and Android platforms.
Have several PowerPoint files that you want to combine into one file? PowerPoint Joiner is a nifty little program that lets you easily join many PowerPoint files into one big file.
Ready for Valentine’s Day? Wikipedia’s entry on LOVE Park . Right click to save as wallpaper.
If you have a MacBook and you also use Windows, it might be time to combine the two using Boot Camp! The new version now supports Windows 7 and this tutorial walks you through the steps to setup Windows 7 on your Mac.
Weighing in at a modest 13KB, this portable sticky note app is run from your sys tray. With options to change fonts and start with your computer, consider this as a replacement for the built in application in Vista or 7 if you like populating your tray.
Complete with 29 wallpapers, sounds, icons and more.
Ever wonder what items would be similar if you search the phrases “what do men” and “what do women” in Google? Check out this website where you can type two search phrases and see which items are similar and which are different. Pretty neat!
Just left click and highlight the beginning and end date. No more simple Day/Week/Month views only.
Ever wonder exactly how much information you browser gives to other sites while browsing the Internet? Panopticlick is a cool site that aims to figure out exactly how unique and trackable your browser really is. The higher your score, the more identifiable you are.
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