Saturday, January 24, 2009

Websites you'll wonder how you lived without

50 websites you'll wonder how you lived without? According to, these are essential sites to add to your bookmarks today

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

2009 inauguration from space...

The 2009 Presidential inauguration from space. Half-meter resolution satellite image from GeoEye-1:

Click the image to visit the site:

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

U.S. Flag screensaver - updated

It's been about 5 years since I updated this screensaver. I kept the old versions around, in-case someone still wants them. The new version (Version 3), supports any resolution and also supports dual monitors. Although, the newer version doesn't have quite the customized speed options as the old versions had.
Oh, and it's still FREE. Donations accepted... :)

Here's a similar animation of how it looks:

More info and download here:

Sunday, January 11, 2009

Sandboxie - have you heard of it? used it?

What is Sandboxie?
This is mostly for 'geeks' and 'power users'. If you're not very 'geeky', you probably won't be interested in Sandboxie. Sandboxie is a framework that runs your programs in an isolated space (a sandbox), keeping them from making permanent changes to other programs or files. This is an excellent solution to keeping your system safe if you install or test software regularly. This is also great for secure web browsing, enhanced privacy and keeping your Windows environment lean.

If you're a developer/programmer, Sandboxie allows you to run your program in a sandbox. No changes are made to your system - that are only made in the sandbox. When you're done, just delete the sandbox. That's it. Your system never knew it existed. All trace gone.

If you're concerned about security and privacy, and you're a little 'geeky', you may find this to be a great, must-have tool.

Monday, January 5, 2009

Thursday, January 1, 2009

Spy Wear...

We should see more of this in the coming years. There's been SO much focus on the phone - why not develop/advance other common devices...such as the watch? Watches can do more for us. Here's what LG is working on: