Seadragon by Microsoft’s Live Labs, allows you to change the way to look at pictures. Take a .jpg or .png and change the viewing area and zoom. You can even share the results on Facebook and Twitter.
If you didn’t notice, Google has rolled out their own dictionary service which can give you the meaning of words in more than 28 different languages. You can also use it to translate words or phrases from or into English. It’s the usual super-clean Google interface and ultra-fast.
Of all the docks we’ve tested and used through the years, RK Launcher is our favorite. Not everyone has a use for a docking app but do try this one if you haven’t already. RK Launcher is not updated very often but the download below links to a very stable version and the AquaSoft forums are very, very active.
Need to get a website designed? Or maybe you need a programmer to help code your iPhone or Anroid app? BuildItWith.Me is a cool website that connects developers and designers with people who need work done.
Wordnik gives you information about a word, not just a definition. Related words, images, statistics and even audio pronunciation are just some of the “information” you can find on a word. It’s a pretty cool site.
Tried to Jailbreak your iPhone, but it didn’t quite work out the way you wanted? Well luckily, Apple gives you an option to go back to being legal: restore. You can restore your iPhone to factory default settings and start fresh.
Have you been using OpenDNS on your computer or router recently? If so, it may be time to switch over the mother of all DNS resolvers, Google! They have just released Google Public DNS, a super fast and secure DNS resolver. Sweet.