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Video of robot that balances an inverted pendulum

Video of robot that balances an inverted pendulum: "Eric says This video shows a balancing robot moving with such fluidity and apparent emotion, that it almost seems alive. Magnus Linderoth and Kristian Soltesz, students of Lunds University in Sweden, posted a video last winter of their 'inverted pendulum' robot. I only found it recently because I saw a post in MAKE about double pendulums and searched for more in YouTube. The robot in the video tries desperately to keep a rod balanced in the air like a broomstick. As the researcher meddles with the robot, it responds with various tactics. Link "

Old School Cassette Deck MP3 Player

Old School Cassette Deck MP3 Player: "This Old School Cassette Deck MP3 Player is actually an MP3 player integrated into a standard cassette casing. It comes with an integrated SD memory card slot, allowing you to categorize your different songs in separate SD cards. It will retail for $21.53 each, but it gets cheaper if you purchase in bulk. The product page did mention that you could also 'use it as a uniquely old school shaped MP3 Player, or with any car cassette or cassette player to play MP3 Music', although I'm not too sure how that works out. Any ideas? Permalink | Comment | Uberbargain | Uberphones "

Shinjuku Tokyo skyline timelapse: 35 years in 10 seconds

Shinjuku Tokyo skyline timelapse: 35 years in 10 seconds: " This time-lapse video depicts 35 years' worth of construction in Tokyo's fashionable (and vertical!) Shibuya Shinjuku district in ten seconds. Link (via Digg) "


How to Make Crème Brulée

How to Make Crème Brulée: "Crème brulée, meaning 'burnt cream,' is a delicacy enjoyed by many. It has a sweet, creamy taste and a crunchy and smooth texture, all in the same bite. Fortunately, it is simple to make and will impress almost any guest."

Featured Windows Download: Manage Your Windows with Switcher 2

Featured Windows Download: Manage Your Windows with Switcher 2: "Windows only: Freeware application Switcher 2 is a Mac Exposé clone and then some, like switching windows via the numpad, live window filtering, and windows hiding all at your fingertips. If..."


18 Tips for Killer Presentations

18 Tips for Killer Presentations: " Jerry Seinfeld has a skit where he points out that studies show public speaking is a bigger fear than death. That means, he claims, that if you are going to a funeral you are better off in the casket than doing the eulogy. While there isn’t a lot you can do to melt away your anxiety, a the best start is simply to make a better presentation. Becoming a competent, rather than just confident, speaker requires a lot of practice. But here are a few things you can consider to start sharpening your presentation skills: 10-20-30 Rule - This is a slideshow rule offered by Guy Kawasaki. This rule states that a powerpoint slide should have no more than 10 slides, last no longer than 20 minutes and have no text less than 30 point font. He says it doesn’t matter whether your idea will revolutionize the world, you need to spell out the important nuggets in a few minutes minutes, a couple slides and a several words a slide. Be Entertaining - Speeches should be entertaining and "

How To: Hide your email from spam bots

How To: Hide your email from spam bots: "Wired offers a couple of good tips for hiding your email address from spam bots without pulling it from your web site altogether. The most user-friendly suggestion is the Email Protector tool, which..."

A Recipe for OpenID-Enabling Your Site

A Recipe for OpenID-Enabling Your Site: "Részletes OpenID implementáció leírás, bármely programnyelvhez"

Self Improvement: Discover your learning style

Self Improvement: Discover your learning style: "If you've ever wanted to find out exactly what your learning style is, then you'll want to check out Diablo Valley College's learning styles survey. Figuring out what your particular learning..."

How to Recognize a Manipulative or Controlling Relationship

How to Recognize a Manipulative or Controlling Relationship: "As your relationship with a romantic (or religious) interest has developed, you find your old friends falling away, while family members remark on how you don't seem like yourself. Are you losing yourself to this odd, and ultimately destructive, relationship? Before you can regain your individuality and strength, you'll need to determine if the relationship is what's taking it away, and put an end to the destructive cycle. For the purposes of the article, we'll alternate between male and female gender examples ('him' in one step, 'her' in the next)."

How Lock Picking Works

How Lock Picking Works: "In movies, burglars can open a lock using a paper clip. Is it really so easy? The basic process of picking a lock is simple, but it takes a lot of practice to get it right. Explore the everyday technology of locks and keys. "

How To: Recover lost Word documents

How To: Recover lost Word documents: "How to recover lost Word files? [Ease Us]"

How Setting Up a Home Office Works

How Setting Up a Home Office Works: "Do you dream of a 15-second commute to work rather than a 45-minute commute? Working from home can be a great time saver, and offers incredible flexibility in your schedule -- but not if you sacrifice the perks of a standard office. Learn how to set up a home office that meets all your needs. "

How to Be a Good Cocktail Party Host

How to Be a Good Cocktail Party Host: "Throwing a cocktail party requires excellent organizational skills, but making people enjoy themselves requires knowing how to be a good host, which not everyone knows how to do. Here are some tips to improve your skills as a host and make a cocktail party memorable."

Kill Meetings to Get More Done

Kill Meetings to Get More Done: " You’ve got your list of things you want to accomplish for today, and yet, after a series of meetings that you had to go to throughout the day, none of the things on your list got done. That’s because meetings are almost always a huge drain on your time, and should be killed on sight. Think about the last few meetings you attended — did you sit through them wishing you were somewhere else, or finish the meeting wondering what the point of the meeting was, or worse yet, feel that the same thing could have been accomplished through a simple email? Meetings are time hogs, and often leave you wishing you could get that time back. Is it possible to have a productive meeting? Sure, but it’s rare. A productive meeting would be if ideas could be communicated and agreed upon faster than through phones or email, not longer. A productive meeting would have a clearly stated purpose, be as short as possible, and have an outcome with assigned tasks to be completed a"

Egy kifosztott bolygón élünk

Egy kifosztott bolygón élünk: "Riasztó mértékben használjuk fel bolygónk ásványait - a New Scientist magazin azt igyekezett felmérni, hogy mi meddig állhat még rendelkezésünkre."

Grade Your Website: 31 Free Online Tests

Grade Your Website: 31 Free Online Tests: "Webhely tesztelő és optimalizáló eszközök gyűjteménye"

How to Win at Rock, Paper, Scissors

How to Win at Rock, Paper, Scissors: "Competition playWhile you probably already know how to play 'Rock, Paper, Scissors,' there can be more to this game than simple chance. This article details some of the strategies used in competitions such as the annual Rock, Paper, Scissors World Championship. By being both observant and unpredictable, you can play like an RPS pro."

How Sign Language Works

How Sign Language Works: "American Sign Language (ASL) is one of the fastest growing languages of study in the United States. Learn about the history of ASL, how it's used and how it differs from other sign languages in the United States and around the world. "

How to Verify the Purity of Honey

How to Verify the Purity of Honey: "Fake and impure honeys have become commonplace in the market today, despite many people's preference for 100% bees' honey. The problem with this is, unfortunately, fake and impure honey can be passed off as pure very easily. When viewed on the shelf, it is very hard to pick out what is pure, and what is not. There are, however, a few ways to figure this out."

Keybreeze - Window’s Quicksilver?

Keybreeze - Window’s Quicksilver?: " A Lifehack commenter recently put me onto Keybreeze, a windows command line much like the hyped Quicksilver app for Mac. I’ve been trying out similar apps and have had issues with most that we covered in Alternatives to Quicksilver post. Keybreeze, however, appears to handle a lot of queries, all in a very small package. Here’s the feature list: Keybreeze can do more than just opening files and websites. Use macros to automate your every-day computer actions. Macros provide shortcuts by recording your mouse clicks and keystrokes for a certain period of time. You can then type the macro name as a keyword, and Keybreeze will play back your actions automatically. Whenever you find yourself pressing the same buttons or typing the same thing again and again, you can always record a macro to automate your repetitive tasks. Keybreeze looks to provide a lot of versatility without cramping your computer’s memory. We’ll check back in with this one soon to give you a good run down on what "

50 Ways To Increase Your Productivity

50 Ways To Increase Your Productivity: " Here are 50 ways to increase your productivity and add hours to your day. 1. Take a break. You can’t always be working at optimum productivity. Instead, you should shoot for working in short bursts at your most productive times. 2. Set a timer for each of your tasks. 3. Eliminate all distractions. This includes the phone, email notifications, and having multiple web browsers open on the desktop. 4. Distractions should be avoided, but sometimes a bit of music in the background can help you focus. Of course, it doesn’t need to be heavy rock music, but a bit of Beethoven may do you some good. 5. Love what you do. Enjoying what you do is the ultimate way to increase your productivity. 6. Complete your most dreaded tasks first thing in the morning. Whichever activity you are dreading the most is probably the one you need to complete first thing in the morning. 7. Use JDarkRoom. This application allows you to write more efficiently by removing all distractions. You’re g"

Books : 70 Japanese Gestures

Books : 70 Japanese Gestures: " Communicate with your friends in Japan without knowing their language. Traveling to Japan can be exciting, but a little scary if you don't speak the language. With this book, you don't have to say a word - just use your hands. Gestures for all occasions. Price: $8.99"

How to Make Miso Soup

How to Make Miso Soup: "Miso soup is very popular in Japan and within the Pacific Region. It has also become a staple meal within the Japanese culture. Korean restaurants serve a similar, but different tasting, soup."

Villámgyors alkalmazásfejlesztés programozói ismeretek nélkül: MyWebDb - 10:03

Villámgyors alkalmazásfejlesztés programozói ismeretek nélkül: MyWebDb - 10:03: "Hamarosan érkezik a MyWebDb rapid alkalmazásfejlesztő keretrendszer (RAD) 2. 0 verziója, amelynek bétaváltozata már egy ideje elérhető a vállalat honlapján"

How Autism Works

How Autism Works: "Autism is a condition that interferes with a child's ability to communicate and interact socially. Learn about treatments and probable causes of autism. "

Knots: The ten most useful knots and how to tie them

Knots: The ten most useful knots and how to tie them: "Tying various kinds of knots is just one of those skills that comes in handy when you least expect it, and while we've definitely written up how to tie useful knots before here at Lifehacker, this..."

Hidden Camera Spy Clock

Hidden Camera Spy Clock: " The Hidden Camera Spy Clock is one of the latest in a long line of spy gadgets that encourage voyeurism. While there are practical applications to it such as keeping an eye on your home just in case the cleaning lady takes home more than her duster, mop, and pail, I suspect more people will use it for deviant purposes than anything else. Still, if you're interested, the Hidden Camera Spy Clock comes with a full color camera that transmits signals to a remote receiver for real-time recording. At $64 a pop from ChinaVasion, this is pretty affordable considering the other more expensive solutions available in the market. Use this only in your good conscience. "

Giant DRM-free jazz download store launches

Giant DRM-free jazz download store launches: "Cory Doctorow: Mike sez, ' has just launched a music download store that's 100% DRM-free. is the largest and most popular jazz site on the web. Every month we get over a million unique visitors and publish over 100 reviews, articles, and interviews.' Link (Thanks, Mike!) "

43 Web Design Mistakes You Should Avoid

43 Web Design Mistakes You Should Avoid: "Okos tanácsok kezdőknek"

Japanese Rube Goldberg Machine Video

Japanese Rube Goldberg Machine Video: " Check out this silly video of homemade Rube Goldberg-like contraptions. The music is lovely--it's just a rhythmic voice cheering the moving part on. Like if it's rolling he's saying 'korokoro' (the sound of rolling)--that kind of thing. Via Table of Malcontents"

How Digital Rights Management Works

How Digital Rights Management Works: "The digital revolution that has empowered consumers to use digital content in new and innovative ways has also made it nearly impossible for copyright holders to control the distribution of their property. Enter 'digital rights management,' or DRM. "

Get free audiobooks from Simply Audiobooks

Get free audiobooks from Simply Audiobooks: "Audiobook-download site Simply Audiobooks offers a selection of free public-domain titles. The books include Mark Twain's The Stolen White Elephant, Jack London's Call of the Wild and Joel Benton's..."

TAW. Web Accessibility Test

TAW. Web Accessibility Test: "Akadálymentességi tesztelő alkalmazás"

How Braille Works

How Braille Works: "Braille dots are everywhere. But they're tiny, and if you don't need to read them, you may not even realize they're there. In spite of being so easy to overlook, though, Braille is amazing. Learn how Braille gives blind people an efficient method for communication and learning. "

35 Designers x 5 Questions

35 Designers x 5 Questions: "35 webdizájner, 5 kérdés: tervezési elvek, CSS praktikák, kedvelt font, könyvek és magazinok"

USB device lets you spy on other's PC activity

USB device lets you spy on other's PC activity: "Mark Frauenfelder: Snoopstick is a $60 USB device that looks like a thumb drive. When you stick it into a Windows machine, it installs hidden software. Then you can stick the Snoopstick into another Windows machine and monitor the activity on the first machine. Link (Thanks, Angelina!) "


ConvertIcon: "Favicon készítés 32 bites PNG-ből"

10 MORE ways to create a breakthrough in your life.

10 MORE ways to create a breakthrough in your life.: "Here—again in no particular order—are 10 more ways to transform your working life. Maybe you should try them. Slow down. Give yourself time and space. Never be in more of a hurry than you have to be. Allow time for thinking, musing, just noodling around in your head with no apparent purpose. Give space in your thinking for ideas you haven’t had yet; allow openings for sniffing out the ideas of others. Haste is the enemy of creativity. Being busy all the time is a great way to stop any possibility of breakthroughs. You won’t break out of your old habits by rushing. When people are under pressure, they don’t have energy to try anything new. They reach for whatever they’ve done before, or for some supposedly “tried-and-true” answer. They don’t believe they have time to take risks with change. As a result, they rush headlong down the same old paths into the same old messes. Refuse to be hurried and surprising ideas and opportunities "

Seven Questions That Will Change Your Life

Seven Questions That Will Change Your Life: "Self-reflection is the name of the game. When you look back at your week, are you happy with what you’ve done? Was it productive or wasteful? Alex Shalman asks himself seven questions each week to keep him on track. Whether or not you think all seven are necessary, looking back at your actions objectively will work in your favor. Try them out now: 1. What will I try to improve on next week? 2. What was I most proud of this week? 3. What was my biggest accomplishment this week? 4. What have I done to get closer to my life goals this week? 5. What was hard for me this week, and why? 6. What was my biggest waste of time this week? 7. What did I do this week that made me ashamed? If this becomes a regular thing, it could well change your life. If you’re a practicing GTDer, fit some of these questions in your weekly review. Seven Questions "

Get more out of Gmail thirty different ways

Get more out of Gmail thirty different ways: "Like your Gmail? Of course you do. Techie love site has come up with thirty different Gmail-related tools and hacks, from 'seen that already' to 'Oh. My. God.' I admit that I haven't..."

Videójátékok az iskolákban

Videójátékok az iskolákban: "Az oktatás hanyatlását szeretnék megakadályozni azon amerikai szakértők, akik a videójátékok alkalmazását javasolják az iskolákban."

Make your brain learn faster

Make your brain learn faster: "Make your brain absorb information more fully with this list of 77 (!) learning hacks from the Online Education Database. A few of my favorites: Eat a light lunch. Heavy lunches have a tendency to..."

37 Ways to Defuse Stress

37 Ways to Defuse Stress: " Calm down! You can’t be that stressed. It’s not healthy! If you’re having trouble letting go of that little ball of stress, here are 37, yes Thirty Seven, things you can try from Reader’s Digest. You’re bound to find something that works. After all, who needs stress? 1. Embrace the number one truth about stress: Only you create it. Embracing the fact that stress is your reaction to external stimuli — and not the stimuli themselves — is half the battle toward managing it. 5. Use the otherwise stressful time of waiting in line as a chance to relax. As you wait, think about things in life for which you are grateful, meditate on your breath, talk to one of the other customers, or look at a magazine. 12. Don’t take the bait. Happy, low-stress people choose not to get angry, even when the opportunity is dangled right in front of them. 32. Carry a small notebook with you everywhere. This is your “worry” journa"

3D Sudoku

3D Sudoku: "A Sudoku egyre népszerűbb játék Magyarországon is. Az alapjáték lényege 1-9 terjedő számok elhelyezése egy négyzetrácson, úgy hogy sem oszlopaiban sem soraiban nem szerepelhet ugyanaz a ..."

How the CIA Works

How the CIA Works: "Despite plenty of Hollywood films about the CIA and its spies, many people still don't know what the agency actually does. In this article, we'll take a look at the history of the CIA and the scandals that have rocked it through the decades. "

How Performance-enhancing Drugs Work

How Performance-enhancing Drugs Work: "These days, we often hear about athletes using or at least being tested for performance-enhancing drugs. Get the straight dope on doping. "

How Stress Works

How Stress Works: "Emotional stress can come from a variety of sources, from too much work at the office to the passing of a loved one. Sometimes stress is self-imposed, but sometimes it comes from the outside, and we have no control over it. "

The Rules of Salary Negotiation

The Rules of Salary Negotiation: " Most of you in IT are underpaid, you know that. Maybe it’s time for a salary negotiation? When in talks with a new employer should you accept the wage they suggest? Lucky for you Calum Coburn at has the 32 essential rules already outlined. And just because you’re not in IT doesn’t mean these rules don’t apply to you. If you’re looking at increasing the amount your boss hands over to you, in any industry, then read on. If you’re not interested in more money, then I must ask you Why Not? 1. Negotiate. Yes, just by choosing to negotiate, you’ll be raising yourself above most of your competition. How? A Society for Human Resource Management survey found that 8 out of 10 recruiters were willing to negotiate salary and benefits with job applicants. Yet only 33% of applicants surveyed said they felt comfortable negotiating. In our experience, the remaining 2 out of 10 who weren’t prepared to negotiate with their recruits are either u"

How Chocolate Works

How Chocolate Works: "Mmmmm, chocolate...if only it grew on trees. Hey, wait a minute, it does. Learn about chocolate's origins. "

How to Cook for Your Girlfriend

How to Cook for Your Girlfriend: "You've probably heard that the way to a man's heart is through his stomach. What you may not know is that women like to eat too, and cooking for your girlfriend is a great way to show your appreciation for her. If you're reading this article, you probably haven't cooked for your girlfriend before, or if you have, it didn't turn out as well as you hoped, or you are just concerned with doing things to make your girlfriend happy. Don't worry, though; with a little planning and work, anybody can pull off a thoughtful, home-cooked dinner. Follow these tips and you'll be cooking up romance in no time."

Backing up Gmail with Thunderbird

Backing up Gmail with Thunderbird: "Ever since that brief but petrifying Gmail outage (and my ensuing freakout), I've been 'backing up' Gmail messages via POP using Thunderbird. Since I don't check Gmail through Thunderbird, the..."

Why your proposals fail

Why your proposals fail: "Entrepreneur Ben Yoskovitz posts 10 reasons why most proposals fail. The proposal no-nos range from the broad and obvious (too long, spelling and grammatical errors) to the more specific (missing..."


Download of the Day: DemocraKey "computer condom" (Windows)

Download of the Day: DemocraKey "computer condom" (Windows): "Windows only: The DemocraKey portable applications package turns your iPod or USB drive into a pluggable, portable desktop. Once you download and install the 150MB package onto your external drive,..."

Laptophûtõ ventillátor nélkül a ThermalTake-tõl

Laptophûtõ ventillátor nélkül a ThermalTake-tõl: "A Thermaltake piacra dobott egy új, iXoft-nak elnevezett ventillátor nélküli hûtési megoldást notebookok számára"

83 Nice Wordpress Themes

83 Nice Wordpress Themes: "I'm convinced the guy behind Smashing Magazine has no job. Yet another massive list: 83 quality Wordpress themes."

Writer brings Darkroom-style word processing to your browser

Writer brings Darkroom-style word processing to your browser: "Writer is a browser-based word processor that offers the same kind of distraction-free writing environment as Darkroom, JDarkRoom and Writeroom. In other words, it provides green text on a black..."

7 Deadly Sins and their Combinations.

7 Deadly Sins and their Combinations.: "Mark Frauenfelder: If you arrange the 7 Deadly Sins around a heptagon label them A-G, and connect each Sin to the others, you get 21 secondary sins. For instance Sloth + Pride = Slackers. Link (Via Neatorama) Reader comment: Ross says: I rather enjoyed the post, both from a mathematical and theological perspective. But there's no reason to stop at secondary sins. You can count all the possible ways of combining any number of the 7 Deadlies by using the binomial coefficient. The total works out to be 127 ways to put together any number of the seven sins. Or 120 ways, if you don't count each of the seven sins individually. "

Repülőszimulátort rejt a Google Earth

Repülőszimulátort rejt a Google Earth: "Töltsük le a Google Earth legfrissebb verzióját, majd váltsuk angol billentyűzetkiosztásra a gépünket. Ezt követően egyszerűen nyomjuk le a Ctrl+Alt+A billentyűkombinációt, és máris bent vagyunk. Két géppel, egy F-16-ossal és egy SR-22-essel repülhetünk. Az alap kifutópálya Katmandu. De akár a londoni Heathrow-ról vagy a Palo Altó-i reptérről is indulhatunk. Vagyis akár a Googleplexbe is benézhetünk egy F-16-ossal. Nehéz eldönteni, hogy egy igazi eastereggről vagy egy kiszivárogott, bejelentés előtt álló játékról van-e szó. Nekem elsőre egyenesben maradni sem volt egyszerű. Pedig kitartóan kínoztam a PageUp/PageDown gombokat, sikeres felszállás után. Joystickkel könnyebb. Roger."

Az idei Super Bowl reklámok legjava

Az idei Super Bowl reklámok legjava: "Az amerikai reklámpiac legértékesebb perceinek számító amerikai futball-bajnokság döntője (Super Bowl) során a cégek a legfaszább, legfigyelemfelkeltőbb reklámokkal próbálnak előrukkolni, amin nincs mit csodálkozni, hiszen csak az USA-ban úgy 70-72 milliós nézettségre számíthatnak, tehát megéri itt betolni az új cuccokat reklámozó kisfilmeket. Az ugrás után a nekünk leginkább tetsző anyagokból szemezgetünk, a többiért ide tessék klikkolni. "

web2.0 in 5 minutes movie

web2.0 in 5 minutes movie: " a (infographical?) movie, constrained to just text & pictures, explaining Web 2.0 & how it effects affects global society. [link:|thnkx Pwakman]"

Outlook quick tip: Send email without using the mouse

Outlook quick tip: Send email without using the mouse: "Ditching the mouse can greatly enhance your productivity — especially when it comes to managing your email in Microsoft Outlook. The Cranking Widgets Blog wrote a short post that walks you through sending email in Outlook without using the mouse. Give this a try and see your productivity grow. I use this keystroke method everyday. Use Alt+Tab to switch to Outlook. If you’re looking at anything other than one of your mail folders (like your Calendar or Contacts), hit Ctrl+Shift+M to open a new mail message, otherwise just hit Ctrl+N. You should now be looking at a blank email, with your cursor placed in the To: field. Type the recipients name (and if Outlook is connected to Microsoft Exchange Server and you’re emailing somebody in your organization, you can type their name and hit Ctrl+K, which will verify their address for you). Use the TAB key to navigate between the CC:, BCC: and Subject fields, filling in as necessary. Hit TAB to enter the "

Inspire Yourself: 50 Remarkable Favicons

Inspire Yourself: 50 Remarkable Favicons: "Néhány jó favicon"

DIY invisible bookshelf

DIY invisible bookshelf: "Collaborative DIY site Instructables posts a step-by-step for making your own invisible bookshelf. In a nutshell, you have to build a mount into a book you're not all that interested in using..."

Dancing Light MP3 Synchronizer

Dancing Light MP3 Synchronizer: "If you ever feel the need to spruce up those lonely nights at home with some disco atmosphere, the Dancing Light MP3 Synchronizer is a very welcome addition. This device features 33 multi-colored LEDs and a concave mirror that works in tandem to project light effects that are in sync with the beat and tempo of the current track. You can choose to set the Dancing Light MP3 Synchronizer horizontally, vertically, or at an angle to suit your taste. There are four preset programs available as well - Andante, Moderato, Allegro, and Presto. The Dancing Light MP3 Synchronizer retails for $39.95 and is powered by 3 AAA batteries. "

Download: Tasks Jr. - A task and project management tool

Download: Tasks Jr. - A task and project management tool: " Tasks Jr. is an easy to use, yet robust task and project management tool created by King Management. Tasks Jr. is not quite as robust as Microsoft Project, but for smaller companies (or individuals) with big projects, it is an excellent free alternative. Tasks Jr. supports timelining, task trees (tasks with sub-task dependencies), and iCalendar so you can export all your data and integrate with your calendar. King Management has set up a test Web site where you can try Tasks Jr. online before downloading and installing it yourself. Tasks Jr. is platform independent and works on Windows, Mac, and Linux. I installed Tasks Jr. over the weekend and have been loving it. If you have any installation questions feel free to pose them in the comments and we’ll address them. Note: The download link is on the bottom right of the page (you don’t need to register to download) Download Tasks Jr. [King Management] Bookmark/Share This! "

Create flashcard wikis at

Create flashcard wikis at "Studying for a test? You can't beat flashcards for help with memorization. combines tables and wikis to let you create web-based flashcards. Using simple wiki markup language, you..."

Learn to like unpleasant people (if you must)

Learn to like unpleasant people (if you must): "Let's face it: some people are just natural born buttheads. However, some of these people are part of our lives whether we like it or not (relatives, teachers, coaches, etc.). The Happiness Project..."

How to crack password-protected PDF's

How to crack password-protected PDF's: "Technology blogger Amit Agarwal has written up a simple guide to opening up password-protected PDF documents. Just as a quick disclaimer: this should only be used in appropriate circumstances...such..."

RegExp gyorstalpaló

RegExp gyorstalpaló: "RegEx gyorstalpaló az abszolút nulla szintről középszintig. Példák PHP (posix, pcre) és JavaScript nyelveken."

Download of the Day: SyncMyCal (Windows)

Download of the Day: SyncMyCal (Windows): "Windows only: SyncMyCal adds a toolbar to Microsoft Outlook that provides two-way syncing between Google Calendar and Outlook Calendar. SyncMyCal has all the features you'd want from a two-way..."

How Geniuses Work

How Geniuses Work: "Spotting a genius is fairly easy. Without a doubt, Einstein, Newton and Mozart all qualify as geniuses. Defining what makes one person a genius is another thing entirely. According to conventional wisdom, geniuses are different from everyone else. But how, exactly?"

Videos of "20 greatest guitar solos"

Videos of "20 greatest guitar solos": "Mark Frauenfelder: After reading Guitar World's list of the top 100 guitar solos, CityRag found the top 20 on YouTube and compiled a list of links. Link "

New Technology: Dynamic Resizing of Images

New Technology: Dynamic Resizing of Images: "egy újfajta kép átméretezési technológia, ami sokat lendíthet a web dinamikusságán. (a videó magáért beszél)"

53 CSS-Techniques You Couldn’t Live Without

53 CSS-Techniques You Couldn’t Live Without: "Technikák gyűjteménye"

Web 2.0 how-to design guide

Web 2.0 how-to design guide: "Web 2.0-s dizájn elemek"

Master list of online resources for autodidacts

Master list of online resources for autodidacts: "Learn something new with this incredibly rich list of free online education resources from autodidactic blogger Jimmy Ruska. There are course offerings here from the likes of MIT, Notre Dame, and..."

Build your family tree with Geni

Build your family tree with Geni: "Geni is a flash-based genealogy web application designed to make it easy to start a family tree and watch it grow. Geni has several impressive features, like collaborative family tree building and..."