Monday, May 31, 2010

Rips out still-beating heart
"rips out still-beating heart"
A US cage fighter ripped out the heart of his training partner while
he was still alive after becoming convinced he was possessed by the
devil, it was alleged on Monday

Bugatti Developing 800 HP All-Electric Supercar
"Bugatti Developing 800 HP All-Electric Supercar"
Bugatti, maker of the world's fastest and most expensive production
vehicle, is experimenting with an electric powertrain that delivers
597 kW of power. That's roughly 800 horsepower! prototype is based the
chassis of a Bentley Continental GT, features advanced lithium-ion
battery packs and delivers 1,623 lb-ft of torque at 0 mph.

Well problems reported in March, BP e-mails show
"Well problems reported in March, BP e-mails show"
BP reported problems controlling the undersea well at the heart of the
largest oil spill in U.S. history and won a delay in testing a
critical piece of equipment in March, according to documents released.

The Price of Forgetting Soldiers' Sacrifices
"The Price of Forgetting Soldiers' Sacrifices"
The failure to commemorate the war dead has a particularly corrosive
effect on the country, for once we forget the price of combat, it
becomes all too easy to allow others\and other peoplefs children\to
pay it.

What your email address says about you - The Oatmeal
"What your email address says about you - The Oatmeal"
An email address can be a great indicator of how capable you are with
a computer.

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

What's wrong with this picture?

 I just saw a crazy chart. Turns out that hedge fund managers who make
billions pay lower tax rates than teachers. Check out the chart then
join me in telling Congress to close the loophole.

Sunday, May 23, 2010

Starting from zero on the iPhone home screen

Starting from zero on the iPhone home screen

Filed under: iPhone

This is what my iPhone looks like right now. No, it's not because iTunes went crazy and deleted all my apps.

I've downloaded over 150 apps from the App Store. Of those 150, I have roughly 100 of them still in iTunes. I've tried grouping them using springboard pages, but I find it frustrating because I don't usually have 12 related apps. (I'm really looking forward to Folders in iPhone OS ...

Top 5 DIY iPhone Stands [PICS]

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

The Hypnotizing Twitter Parade [Twitter]

The Hypnotizing Twitter Parade [Twitter]

#twitter Twitter meets Nintendo's Miis to satisfy your most intimate narcissistic and megalomaniacal desires: It's your own Twitter Parade! I can't stop looking. [ISparade via Twitter]

40 Free Widescreen Nature-

Themed Wallpapers

Despite the large number of websites that offer a wide variety of wallpapers, most of them do not offer ones for widescreen monitors. Fortunately, we have 40 Free Widescreen Nature-Themed Wallpapers to fit your screen right, and to provide you with soothing yet inspiring visuals to look at when your eyes are tired from all that designing. ...

iPhone 4G to ship June 7

- report

Taiwan's DIGITIMES, which covers the Chinese companies that manufacture popular global brands, says the iPhone 4G will ship in June. Sources at Foxconn told the paper that the iPhone 4G ships June 7, and that the company has been contracted to build 24 million of them this year. Two more juicy tidbits: The screen will be very high-def, at 960×640 pixel resolution, and the phone have much better battery life than current ...

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Ultimate Collection of Free Photoshop Gradients ---

Ultimate Collection of Free Photoshop Gradients

The Photoshop gradient is a fill consisting of two or more colors blending together. Depending on your color combination and settings, it can turn your simple one-colored background into a bold statement or subtle design cue. In this new article, we will be showcasing a Collection of Photoshop Gradients that will surely enhance your designs. And of course, these are all free to ...

Set up Dropbox on a GUI-less Linux server

Dropbox is a great way to synchronize files across multiple machines. A free basic Dropbox account gives you 2GB of storage, while pro paid accounts give you 50GB or 100GB of storage space. Dropbox works great on desktops; there are clients for Linux, Windows, and OS X. There are GUI tools provided to manage the Dropbox and set it up for these operating systems. But what happens if you want to link a Linux computer that doesn’t have a GUI? It is possible, with a bit of work, to make Dropbox run without a GUI, allowing you to synchronize files with servers that are running headless or where a user account may not be logged in all the time.

You Were Right, but It Didn't Matter: 12 Ideas for Arguing your Point