Turning your Hoodie into a Laptop Bag

Posted on: July 16th, 2010 by Wilhelm Jourdan | 1 Comment
Laptop Sweater Bag

This is a very nice and creative way on how you’ll can make your hoodie/sweater into a laptop bag. 9 steps and wolla! Your good to go 🙂

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Firefox 4 Beta Launched! What’s New?

Posted on: July 14th, 2010 by Wilhelm Jourdan | 1 Comment

Firefox 4 Beta (version 1) considered to be stable and safe to use for daily web browsing, though the features and content may change before the final product release.

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Gmail now has a Rich Text Editor for Signatures

Posted on: July 14th, 2010 by Wilhelm Jourdan | No Comments

Well, that only took six years. After numerous unofficial Greasemonkey scripts and other workarounds,Google finally introduced its own rich text editor for Gmail this week.

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Windows 7 Slates coming soon this year

Posted on: July 14th, 2010 by Wilhelm Jourdan | 3 Comments

Although nay sayers still say that tablet/slate computers haven’t proven that they are actually needed in this world, a host of companies are moving forward with producing them. Each of those devices need an operating system to power them, and while there are quite a few going with Google’s open source Android under the hood, Microsoft isn’t going to let Windows 7 sit this fight out.

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How to automatically shutdown your PC using the Command Prompt

Posted on: June 15th, 2010 by Wilhelm Jourdan | 1 Comment
Shutting down your PC automatically using the Command Prompt

Many of us, have already experienced this, that we had to leave our computers but there are some running programs or task that still need to run and finish, maybe its your Anti-Virus running, you’re Downloading something or Defragmenting or any task your doing with PC wherein you can’t just leave the computer running all […]

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Clients from the Weirderness – A collection of client funny weird stories from Designers

Posted on: June 12th, 2010 by Wilhelm Jourdan | 3 Comments

Client: ”Can you make the ‘About Us’ link say ‘About Us – Everyone welcome’?”

Me: “Sure, but…why?”

Client: ”I’m afraid people might not know they’re allowed to click that link. They might think it’s private. We need them to know it’s okay for them to go there.”

Me: ”But none of the links on your site are private. Why are you concerned with that specific one?”

Client: “Good point. You’d better add ‘Everyone welcome’ to all the links on the site.”

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iPhone 4 Launched! …Does This Changes Everything. Again?

Posted on: June 8th, 2010 by Wilhelm Jourdan | No Comments
iPhone Black

After months of waiting for the new iPhone to come out wherein rumors that a new iPhone won’t be released this year 2010 since Apple was too busy on the newly released iPad and there are so many fake images of the iPhone scattered all over the Internet on what would the new iPhone 4 would look like.

But finally it was officially announced by Steve Jobs at the WWDC 2010 and there he said that there are hundreds new features that the new iPhone 4 has and he had cover only 8 of the new features.

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CSS 2 & 3 Cheat Sheets – Making Designer’s Life Easy

Posted on: May 27th, 2010 by Wilhelm Jourdan | No Comments
CSS3 Cheat Sheet

For Web Designers & some Developers, having a Cheat Sheet a really big help and what we have here is a very good-looking and easy to navigate CSS Cheat Sheet. You can print it and put it on you wall JPG & PDF formats are available for download.

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Ways on examing Short URLs before visiting them

Posted on: May 26th, 2010 by Wilhelm Jourdan | No Comments
ExpandURL.com Screen Shot

Nowadays, ever since Twitter and other social networking sites become popular and with some of them has a limit on how you can Tweet or post a message, Shortening URLs have became the solutions for your link to fit on your post. But with this rampantly used you can never know what’s the real URL of the link you are clicking to since it has been shortened already unless you go to the link first and see it for yourself, where in sometimes it only leads you to anything not related or worse that it might lead you on downloading a Virus, Spyware or Adware. So beware before clicking to those shortened URLs.

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7 things you shouldn’t be doing on Facebook

Posted on: May 14th, 2010 by Wilhelm Jourdan | 1 Comment
7 Things You Shouldn't Do on Facebook

Sometimes we get so overwhelmed by these Social Networking Sites wherein we all want to have as many friends as possible or to get connected to all our friends and networks out there and without even thinking that this might cause an intrusion of privacy or far even worst than that. So here are the 7 things you should stop doing now on you Facebook account or on your any accounts from other Social Networking Sites.

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