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Archive for October, 2006

googleScreensaver.jpgEveryone has a digital camera by now, right? And everyone stores their images on their hard drives…well, then just about everyone is one step away from having the greatest conversation piece / screensaver around.

With the GoogleScreenSaver, you can pick and choose directories of images or just specify all your images and then the screen saver randomizes all your images, puts borders on them so they look like old prints and starts throwing the pictures on your desktop in different sizes and angles so that it looks like a table covered in your favorite photos. Read the rest of this entry »

Name that tune!

October 5th, 2006 Author: Matt P.

Quick tip:  Want royalty free music for free?  Go to Stock20.com and you can sign up for free and they give $7 of money to play with…That’s enough to download the song I used for the gestation video.  It’s called: Hardknoxville.   If you wouldn’t mind, please mention this site in the comment field.

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Picasa has it all – and looks great doing it!

October 5th, 2006 Author: Carlin P.

This is photo software that even the least organized shutterbug will love. The first, and I think ultimately best, feature of Picasa is that it scans your hard drive (once, or every time you start the program) to hunt down photos wherever you may have stashed them. It then organizes them by folder and by year, so no matter how disorganized your hard disk may be, you’ll never know it by looking at your photo library in Picasa. There are also built-in backup utilities so you can be sure your photos are saved to another drive or burned to disk.

Once Picasa has scanned your drive and found all your pictures, you’ll be treated to a beautiful, easy-to-use interface that lets you easily scroll through your photos in many ways: thumbnails, full-screen galleries, and even in a cool ‘timeline’ layout. You can enhance and correct images, too – there’s even a great ‘I’m feeling lucky’ option that auto-corrects the image. I had pretty good luck with it, but it won’t work on every on (much like the ‘auto levels’ feature in Photoshop if you’re familiar). Read the rest of this entry »

Announcing: Freewaregenius

October 4th, 2006 Author:

Freewaregenius.com is a freeware blog that contains reviews and download links of some of the coolest legal free PC software out there. The basic philosophy behind the site is simple: quality not quantity. Unlike other sites, this freeware blog does not list every single free program on the planet. It will, however, present one to three of the best freeware program reviews for each category, written from the perspective of an average computer user. The blog also allows visitors to leave comments under each review in a forum-style conversation. Read the rest of this entry »

The Gestation Project

Looking for the gestation video? Here it is, '9 months of gestation in 20 seconds'. Watch the video, then check out the behind-the-scenes story and Carlin's take on being the subject of an internet sensation.

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