Archive for May, 2006

Wednesday, May 24th, 2006

Afraid Of Re-installing Windows XP?

Useful run through from Marton Anka on how to refresh your XP install from the ground up (i.e. reinstall), whilst still keeping hold of the data and applications that plagued your slow old XP. It’s basically a tutorial on VMWare, but it is nicely done.

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Wednesday, May 24th, 2006

Flowerpot Gardener

Springtime, so we’re out planting the spring flowers (of course). And what every gardener needs is a little helper. The dungarees are up to the job, but I’m not sure about the hat!

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Tuesday, May 16th, 2006

CCS Playtime

If you want to know how CSS Style sheets can really make a difference to you web site, then take a look at this website.  CSS Play has all sorts of experiments with Style Sheets, most of which are very clever.  Best of all, you’re free to copy some of the ideas for your own […]

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Tuesday, May 9th, 2006

100 Top Downloads

If you wanted to know what PC software you really need, this is a good a place to start as any. With the top 100 downloads, not only will it use up your download bandwidth, it’ll get you most of everything that’s either interesting, useful or both! Anyway, have a look, and see what you […]

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Saturday, May 6th, 2006

Linux is for SuperVillians

If you’re into Linux (and even if you’re not)  take a gander at this cool cartoon that expounds its virtues!

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Thursday, May 4th, 2006

Coppermine widget for WordPress

I’ve been using WordPress to drive my website for a short while now. The ease of use, the ability to customise the page layout, and the great page themes are all fabulous. In addition, there’s a recent feature to add a dynamic sidebar via customisable widgets. Seeing as how I also use Coppermine to drive […]

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Monday, May 1st, 2006

Google SketchUp

Google have released yet another great program – this time for simple (and not so simple) design and layout of 3D ideas – a sort of laymans CAD, but easy to use. It’s called SketchUp and it’s available for free – take a look! SketchUp – Home

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