- How to use BitTorrent to send files | Poromenos' Stuff
Interesting Tutorial on using BitTorrent to send files.
"The tracks offered in Stanford on iTunes are kept apart from the content on the main
iTunes Music Store. Thus, you will not be able to access Stanford on iTunes directly without
first visiting itunes.stanford.edu."
Check "Allow sites to set cookies"
In the Keep Cookies drop down, change the selection to "until I exit Firefox"
This lets you have cookies and not leave a trail when you are done. Now if you revisit sites often and would like to keep cookies for those sites then click the "Exceptions" button on that page and enter the Address of the web sites and click "Allow".
Look for a line called "network.prefetch-next"
Double click on the line to toggle it to "False"
- BigBlueBall - Connect Google Talk to AIM, MSN, & Yahoo
use Google Talk to connect to your friends on AIM, MSN, Yahoo or ICQ
- Help Your TV Make the Most of Every Signal
This article offers tips on how to get the best-looking picture for all of your video sources.
- Amazon Search Tool
Woah...very cool! It's a search tool that works in Mozilla browsers only. Go to the page and you have a very nice interface for searching Amazon. Lets you choose, preview, read reviews and add to cart. Actually it's pretty brilliant because it totally
"I spoke to Marissa Mayer about Pack, and she had some fun stuff to say about it. I noticed no version of Open Office in the Pack, and she reminded me this is just the first version of the Pack, and since it updates itself automatically, why, there might be Open Office in an update shortly. They are in active discussions, I was told."
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"Yahoo! Go allows you to access the information and content that is important to you on whatever device you choose."
* A version of Norton AntiVirus (Will it stay free or what? I use AVG now and it's free)
* Adobe Reader (My PC came with Reader 7)
* RealPlayer (Yuck. I hope they let you opt out of this install)
* Trillian (Interesting. Google Talk didn't work with the old free version.)
* Ad-Aware (Good addition to the other 2. You can never use just one.)
* Google Desktop Search (I still use this too.)
* Google Earth (Nice if you have the bandwidth)
* Picasa (My favorite photo management software.)
* Google Talk (Could get interesting with the AOL/GOOG convergence. Although I don't IM much)
* Google Toolbar (I use the Firefox version)
* Screensaver (wtf? Maybe it will be really cool and integrate RSS??)
- Disable Annoying Networking Balloon Tips in XP
Windows XP frequently displays annoying balloon tips in the task bar when network connection/disconnection events occur. For advanced users who can understand the net-notification icons (and their status) on the taskbar, this hack prevents the distracting
This safely and "dynamically patches" the vulnerable function in Windows to neuter it and, after rebooting, renders any Windows 2000, XP, 64-bit XP and 2003 systems completely invulnerable to exploitation of the Windows Metafile vulnerability.
Here is an tool you can use to see how optimized your page is for search engines. SEO Analyzer. The tool checks the following items on your page:
- web standards
- semantic structure
- obsolete and deprecated HTML
- improper use of table elements
- inline styles
- download size and time
- outgoing links
- top keywords