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Grab the auto-updating Bing Dynamic theme for Windows 7, enjoy some pretty pictures

Originally launched back in August (yes, we missed it!), the Bing Dynamic theme pack is a quick and easy way to get the latest and greatest Bing photos pasted all over your Windows 7 desktop wallpaper. Four new images were added to the rotation today, but I honestly have no idea how many images are actually part of the pack. Apparently two new images are added every week -- it uses an RSS feed...

New Windows 7 theme proves that mind-altering substances still run rife at Microsoft

Whether you're an oldie that experienced everything the 70s had to offer, or you're anti-drugs with an itching curiosity to live through an LSD trip, Surreal Territory is the Windows 7 theme for you. In essence, Surreal Territory is just a bunch of pretty landscapes with the colors of the rainbow fantastically splashed across them. There are also some, er, 'magical lines'. You know... those...

AutoDesk Dragonfly becomes Homestyler, does easy 3D home design for free

AutoDesk has been working on their free online 3D home design tool for quite some time. Last year, Project Dragonfly debuted and I was impressed with the early effort. Now the easy-to-use web app has been relabeled AutoDesk Homestyler, and it's better than ever. What's new in Homestyler? The biggest change is that you can now do landscape design as well -- something I was hoping they would add...

Tweetie 2.0 coming soon for iPhone and Mac

The popular Twitter client Tweetie -- available for both Mac and iPhone -- is getting a major overhaul. Tweetie 2.0 for iPhone is built on the same framework -- dubbed "Bigbird" the Mac version enjoyed, stripped to essentials and updated. The new version also promises a complete offline mode with caching of tweets and the ability to remember exactly where you left off. It also fully supports...

Flip your screen and touchpad from landscape to protrait with EeeRotate

Sometimes when I'm reading an article or ebook I'd prefer to have my notebook's 1280 pixels in height rather than width. While most display drivers are capable of handling that task, they don't do anything about the orientation of the touchpad. My brain's on-the-fly directional translation gizmo isn't always reliable, so a single application is a better solution for me. EeeRotate (link via Google...

Terragen: free Bryce knock-off lets you make your own world

While I was blogging about making your own ILM yesterday one of my students tipped me off to Terragen (thanks Aaron). The more I saw of it the more it reminded me of Bryce. Terragen, like Bryce, is a special-purpose 3d app for creating amazingly realistic landscapes. It's terribly easy to use, even for 3d newbies. If you've ever banged your head on Maya, give it a try. Very refreshing. Not only...