Huge city, illegal racing, corrupted cops. Earn money, upgrade your car or buy new one and become the most popular racer.
WoW Eh? is a weekly Web comic drawn by Kelly Aarons, a denizen of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (thus the “eh” in the title, eh?)
The extension, Microsoft .NET Framework Assistant, describes itself as “Adds ClickOnce support and the ability to report installed .NET versions to the web server.” The Uninstall button is disabled.
If your PC is infected with the Win 7 Anti-Spyware 2011 malware or something similar, you’ve come to the right place, because we’re going to show you how to get rid of it, and free your PC from the awful clutches of this insidious malware (and many others)
Mike Reavey has explained on his official Microsoft blog why it took Microsoft over a year to get around to disabling a major ActiveX security hole. Short version: (Paraphrased) “We wanted to make sure that it wouldn’t be a problem for anyone who was actually using this ActiveX control, which we’ve never documented for customers… Continue reading Microsoft “explains” 18 month delay in patching major security hole
What do you really need to be a podcaster? You need drive, an engaging topic, and Audacity!
Adobe Photoshop (for Windows) is a huge, expensive, and extremely powerful photo editing package.
Is it just me, or does anyone else wonder why a complete MP3 file costs 99 cents, but the 15-to-30-second ringtone clipped out of the middle of it costs $1.99 or more? My advice is don’t buy ringtones. Period. Ever. That doesn’t mean you can’t have ringtones – just don’t buy them. You can make… Continue reading Make your own Ringtones
The latest social-networking virus going around is being spread through Yahoo Instant Messenger. One of your contacts sends you an IM (“instant message”) asking “is this your pic” with a link which contains the string www.facebook.com – but if you actually read the link, it’s pointing to someplace in the .ly domain. That’s Libya – not exactly a friend to Western nations.
Men on Mars A base on Mars is right behind a base on the moon in terms of space expectations. Despite that, the closest we’ve come is sending rovers to send back pictures and take samples. Sure, we’ve discovered water on the red planet, but we’re still a long way away from sending people to… Continue reading The Future Isn’t Here… Yet. Men on Mars and Teleportation
Bloom Energy unveiled the “Bloom Box” last week, also called the Bloom Energy Server. The box is around the size of a parking space, and each one can power a 30,000 sq. foot office building, or 100 average US homes. Ebay and Google have already been using this technology to power some of their buildings… Continue reading Are Bloom Boxes our ‘Green Energy’ Solution?
How did we ever get along without this? I refer, of course, to Screaming Bee LLC’s Pocket Fart! Yes, friends, for less than two measly US dollars, you can finally impress your friends and family with an amazing variety of farting sounds. PocketFartTM uses advanced flatulence simulator technology to produce custom audio events, anything from… Continue reading Finally, the ultimate app for Windows Phones!
Ray Guns Weapon of choice of Aliens, Moon Men, and future humans. The problem with ray guns is that while they’re a great idea, no one ever really sat down and figured out how they would work. Because of that, (and probably other things), we’re still firing bullets at each other. In addition, our ideas… Continue reading The Future Isn’t Here… Yet. Ray Guns
Robot Servants Sure, you might consider a Roomba a robot maid, but while it may clean your floor, it’s no butler. If a massive amount of science fiction literature was to be believed, we should all have had android Alfreds by now. Japan is getting closer to this particular prediction, because for whatever reason they… Continue reading The Future Isn’t Here… Yet. Robot Maids and Moon Bases
Lifehacker.com often presents useful and informative articles. This isn’t about those; it’s about the other articles they sometimes present, like this one: Bypass Heavy-Handed Web Filters with Your Own Proxy Server Your IT Department installs filters for a number of reasons, including (but not limited to): The lawyers told them to. HR told them to.… Continue reading How to get fired in one easy step