THE lights dimmed. The crowd hushed.
Type Connection is a game that teaches you how to pair certain types of fonts together based on certain characteristics, and you learn by sending two different typefaces on dates.
So you've set up an awesome home theater , but you're still using outdated DVDs and Blu-Ray discs.
Ever wished your house would greet you when you opened the front door, which unlocked automatically when you approached? Or your kitchen kept an inventory of everything inside it? The Jetsons may seem like they've got it all, but with a little patience and the right DIYs, the Jetson'll have nothing on you.
Ed. note: We love a good media center almost as much as we love automation, so self-confessed media geek Alex Ward's fully automated media center caught our eye. It's all the benefits of an awesome media center without all the hassle. A few weeks ago I wrote a post about how to use EventGhost to begin to automate your PC . Now we are going to take things a step forward and use EventGhost alongside a few other free programs to set up an amazing and fully automated Home Theatre PC. If you have not read my previous EventGhost article I advise you to go and read it now as I am going to skip past the basics here. Step One: Getting all the applications
We're not all blessed with grids of monitors that seem to provide endless desktop real estate, and some of us like the simplicity of less. Regardless of your situation, if you don't have much screen space to work with you don't have to resign yourself to a life of pain and suffering.
Want to learn how everything works in Photoshop? We'll help you make your photos better, draw vector graphics, and design a web site. Learn the Basics of Photoshop in Under 25 Minutes - To get started with Photoshop, you need to know what everything does. Here's a look at practically every tool in Photoshop in less than 25 minutes. Basics of Photoshop: Color Correction, Touch Ups, and Enhancements - Now that you know the tools Photoshop has to offer, we can take a look at using them to correct and alter color, retouch blemishes and other unwanted parts of your photos, and enhance portraits to make the subject look especially good. Basics of Photoshop: Basic Drawing with the Pen Tool - Photoshop isn't just for photos.
2011 proved to be a great year for all things DIY, from repurposed and updated technology to computer building to cool things you can make for your own enjoyment. Here's a look at our most popular do-it-yourself projects and posts this year.
2011 was a big year for Google Chrome and all of its users.
If you're like me, you like loud music...but your neighbors probably don't. Steve Guttenberg over at The Audiophiliac shares a few tips for isolating sound on the cheap.
You may not be a designer, but your presentations also don't need to scream I'm visually incompetent! GitHub developer Zach Holman—self-proclaimed as "expressly not a designer"—nonetheless made this beautiful presentation , and after wowing a whole lot of people, put together this slide design guide to help other non-designers get started down the road to attractive presentations. The post is full of helpful, easy-to-apply advice, ranging from choosing your color palette, working with text, pacing your slides, and so on.
As the Supreme Court gets ready to hear oral arguments in a case Tuesday that could determine if authorities can track U.S. citizens with GPS vehicle trackers without a warrant, a young man in California has come forward to Wired to reveal that he found not one but two different devices on his vehicle recently.
Small companies selling internet services will likely be paying for download speed under a decision announced by Canada’s telecommunications regulator.