His wife left a note for him to prepare dinner that evening:
“Shepherd’s Pie needs to be taken out of the fridge and placed in the oven at 140 degrees.”
Last Christmas my wife gave me a t-shirt from ThinkGeek.com with a single word printed on the front, Geek. The next day, I saw her matching shirt, “I Love My Geek,” and the psychology of her gift made perfect sense! [Time Passes . . .] While sipping my morning coffee and reviewing Facebook action, I …View full post
A fresh annoyance on the Verizon HTC Droid Incredible and Droid X is the V-Cast Manager web page that automatically launches each and every time you plug the phone into your computer. This issue surfaced after Verizon pushed the Android Version 2.2 (Froyo) update through their network to my Droid Incredible. Fortunately, I discovered a way to …View full post
Windows only: Microsofts’ Image Composite Editor is a free application for stitching several pictures together into one panoramic photograph. We’ve already shown you how to stitch photos into panoramas with free software or with Photoshop’s Photomerge tool, but the dedicated Image Composite Editor won’t cost you a dime, is dead simple to use, and works really well. I tested its chops with a quick panorama of my (messy) desk, and it stitched everything together quickly, with no effort on my part. For a one-off tool with very specific goals, Microsoft’s done this one right. The Image Composite Editor is freeware, Windows only, requires .NET 2.0.
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