Member since: Dec 23rd, 2005
Apr 6th 2011 3:22PM I'll have to try this out. I've been using Chocri for this, but it's nice to have other options. Based on my initial impression, Chocomize may just become my goto for custom chocolate!
Dec 14th 2010 7:47AM Maybe they plan on sending your parents a Cr-48, so there is only one button called "the internet." (Disclaimer: Unlikely, since it's pre-beta software. Don't get your hopes up.)
Jul 23rd 2010 10:17AM So, Chromium will still be the most bleeding edge build for Linux? (Still waiting for that linux PDF plugin to appear in Chromium, though)
Jul 6th 2010 11:14AM Does anybody have any real experience with how this compares to Tumblr? Could it improve my blog http://www.wellsb.com/
Mar 24th 2006 4:45PM You can also view a screenshot of a possible drop-down menu that may be in the works, here: http://digg.com/design/New_Google_Interface:_Drop-down_Menu
Jan 1st 2006 9:05AM This is a nice list. Many of those certainly were interesting moments of '05.
Dec 28th 2005 1:51PM It might also be important to note, if you have a Mac, you can expand the Tunatic database with Tunalyzer.
Dec 23rd 2005 11:54PM This is an excellent tool! Actually, just this morning I wrote an article about it on my blog: http://techblaster.blogspot.com/2005/12/freeware-friday-winroll.html
That also has a list of some of the lesser known commands. All that functionality from a program with such an amazingly small memory footprint.
Dec 23rd 2005 5:24PM While Ecto is a great blogging program, you can view a list, though not comprehensive, of some of the other most useful blogging utilities here: http://techblaster.blogspot.com/2005/12/blogging-tools.htmlWhile Ecto is a great blogging program, you can view a list, though not comprehensive, of some of the other most useful blogging utilities here: http://techblaster.blogspot.com/2005/12/blogging-tools.html
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