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Flickroom – Awesome Adobe Air Desktop App for Flickr

Flickroom – Awesome Adobe Air Desktop App for Flickr

I love Adobe Air apps that bring web applications right to your desktop in slick and easy to use interfaces. Flickroom is also an Adobe Air application (beta) that beings the most popular photo-sharing site in the Internet, Flickr, to your desktop. Flickroom is shiny, dark and very intuitive to use. If you are a […]

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Quick Tip: How to Take Gorgeous Infant Photographs?

Quick Tip: How to Take Gorgeous Infant Photographs?

In my friends circle, it’s babies galore this year! More than half a dozen of my friends have had the wonderful moments in their lives welcoming a newborn into their family. Congratulations Kannan, Prasanna, Ravi, Suren, Vinod, Murali, Karthik & Ravi! I thought of you guys when I came across this article on 5 Tips […]

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Optimize Your Images For the Web with Smush.It

Optimize Your Images For the Web with Smush.It

If you are running a website or a blog, you know optimizing images in your website gives your visitors a good browsing experience as well as goes easy on your hosting bandwidth consumption. Smush.it Smush.it was a great little utility created by Stoyan Stefanov and Nicole Sullivan. It was available on the web and as […]

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Turn Your Computer Into A Web Server with Opera Unite

Turn Your Computer Into A Web Server with Opera Unite

I try to dedicate Fridays to entertainment/media related posts in the spirit of the upcoming weekend. Today, I have something for you that is pretty exciting and takes web browsers into the next league. I use TVersity media server to stream music, movies and pictures in my computer to my Sony Bravia via Playstation 3. […]

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Firefox Extensions: Picks of the Week 09-04-30

Firefox Extensions: Picks of the Week 09-04-30

Firefox 3.5 beta 4 made its appearance this week along with the swine flu outbreak google maps mashups. Firefox 3.5 beta 4 introduced 2 cool new features – Private browsing mode and Undo closed window. Both work really nice. Let’s look at a few Firefox extensions this week OutWit Images: You can collect images from […]

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CoolFlick Brings Your Flickr Pics to Life

Cooliris is my favorite way to browse through Flickr Pics. Cooliris is a Firefox add-on that enables us to visualize pictures in a wall. You can scroll through the wall seamlessly and zoom into the ones you like. It’s hard to explain but kind of like Apple’s CoverFlow. You can flick with your mouse to […]

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Amazing Time Lapse Video

Just browsing through my Google Reader and came across this mind blowing time lapse video of the sky! túrána hott kurdís by hasta la otra méxico! from Till Credner on Vimeo. For the curious, the maker of the video says he shot this at Most locations are in southern Germany around the Swabian Alb where […]

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Photography & Drupal Blog Recommendations

Since it’s a Friday, I figured I’d turn the tables around today and ask you for a couple of recommendations. I intend to crowd-source this post and use your wisdom and mine to build this list so it can be a good reference point for anyone looking for such blogs. Photography blog recommendations I just […]

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Firefox Extensions: Picks of the Week 08-11-13

Firefox 3.1 should be out very soon and it brings out some very nice features. The super fast javascript engine Tracemonkey would be making its debut as well as the new Firefox privacy mode. While we are waiting, here are a few extensions to keep you busy: Juice: By Linkool labs is an intelligent discovery […]

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Firefox Extensions: Picks of the Week 08-10-31

Happy Halloween everyone! It sounds like witches and grim reapers are going to be replaced by Joe the Plumbers & Sarah Palins tonight at Halloween parties. 😉 Let’s get to some juicy Firefox extensions I have picked for you this week Drag & DropZones: Lets you drag and drop search engines to transparent zones in […]

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Free Lightweight & Portable Screen Capture Utility – FastStone Capture

Screenshots help us in many ways whatever we may need it for. I use it when I am troubleshooting with some support helpdesk, when building websites, for blogging, etc. Windows has the basic Print Screen option that you could load up in Paint and just crop the area you want. I did that for a […]

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Good Reads: Buzz in Blogs 2007-10-18

Let’s look at what’s going on around the blogs this week. How to Setup up Google Custom Search for your Web Search to Make Money: Maki at Dosh Dosh has a great post on how to setup Google Custom Searchfor your blog search. He shows how you can use it to make money but I […]

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Google Image Labeler – Cool time waster

Google Image Labeler – Cool time waster

I just noticed a small link in Google Image search called Google Image Labeler! My curiosity won me over and clicked over to find out that it is an interesting game. Google actually wants us to help them index images better. So, instead of just asking people to label images randomly, they have made an […]

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Use Yahoo Photos? It’s time to move to Flickr

Use Yahoo Photos? It’s time to move to Flickr

TechCrunch is reportng that Yahoo! has decided to shutdown their Yahoo! Photos service and will be announcing that shortly.. They acquired Flickr 2 years back and the popularity it has gained has been phenomenal. It is bad for any business to run two of their own services competing with each other. This is a really […]

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Ready to use Flickr? Here is a tutorial

Ready to use Flickr? Here is a tutorial

I have written a few posts here, here and here about Flickr before. If you don’t use them already, it is time you tried it. I came across a link to a Flickr Tutorial for Newbie’s on Lifehacker. Try it and leave a link in the comments to your Flickr albums. It is time to […]

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