A very simple JQuery Plugin for counting characters in a textarea
Updated version for the latest Ubuntu release.
Probably the world’s lightest electric bicyle and is small enough to be carried around inside a backpack ^_^. The yike bike weighs about 10kg (22 lbs), it is powered by a 1 kW battery having a 30-min recharging time will take you up to 10 km with a top speed of 25km/hr.
List-O-Matic one of the many web tools Accessify has to offer. You can create a CSS only 2 level navigation menu on the fly. Great for web-designers
This probably one of the best things on the web. not only that you can resize your picture’s dimension, you can also sacrifice a little of the quality while reducing the file size. I’m surprised myself, it produces amazing quality.
Almost everyone of us loves music; who doesn’t? Well what about hearing the tune of your website? The guys from DLKW invented a way to do just that. They dubbed it CodeOrgan. The CodeOrgan works by analysing the ‘body’ (HTML code) content of your website and translate that code into music via a complex algorithm to define the keys, synth style and drum loops that is appropriate for the content.
It has been a trend nowadays to shorten your URLs. How about if you can make a bit alarming to the user? Would they be welling to click that url?
Aviary, an online graphic editor, a very powerful tool for us graphic designers who wants to go for cloud computing, a great alternative for Online Photoshop; to top it all it is now free.
read a news today from Google News that mysql (open source database) will soon be acquired by oracle (sun microsystem), this means that mysql will no longer FREE. As you will see mysql has been dominating the online database nowadays compared with other database like postgre, oracle, mssql etc. Asside from that there are lots of open source CMS that supports MySQL (i.e. Wordpress, Joomla, Drupal, OsCommerce, Mambo etc).
Google’s real-time search chops are put to the test against celebrity death, Microsoft’s forced browser choices in the EU offer popular and lesser known browsers, and we (Google) wave goodbye to 2009. via lifehacker
Have you ever imagined how big the Internet is? onlineeducation.net has created a sort of graph just for that… go look ^_^
Who can resist the temptation of the ever lovely CSS? I was wondering around the web looking for a nice CSS-only dropdown menu. First of all this is not new, who would forget the Suckerfish Dropdown… I found another treasure and its not a fish ^_^
I finally have a successful install of pre-alpha chromium browser for Linux on my Ubuntu 8.10. But since it’s non-official and in a pre-alpha state, you can’t expect it to work as you would expect on the windows version. If you want to try it yourself, play with it at your own risk. ^_^ No animals were harmed during my test though, so have fun.
The Crisis of Credit Visualized, pretty much explain in the video. Enjoy.
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ASUS unveils Eee PC T91 (Touch Screen) on CES 2009. One of the best innovations of Eee Pc I’ve seen so far, prices are not yet announced. I want one ^_^, depends on the price though.
Global Menu is the globally-shared menu bar of all applications launched in your desktop session. I was fascinated by this panel applet first time I saw it, I was really wishing for this type of menu although most of us find it confusing but for some reasons mac users got along with it just fine. Global Menu will only work on Native GNome Applications, this means this don’t work on Firefox 3 and some other Applications.