Geek Genius photo: Harshit Sekhon Tired of spending big bucks every time Apple (AAPL) releases a new version of your go-to gadget? (Hint: this happens every year). The absurdly simple guide to backing up your PC The first rule of PC Club is: Always, always back up. Thankfully, backing up your most important data is a cinch. It’s the getting off your rear to actually do it that stymies most people, myself included. For Moody Tweeps: The Emoticon Keyboard It seems emoticons are taking over the world, doesn’t it? I put one in almost every one of my tweets, and I just love them. It’s crazy to me how much emotion a person can convey in a few symbols put together. It’s like another language. I’m also noticing in so many social apps that I download it asks, “Would you like to set your mood?” and it gives a selection of emoticons to choose from.
Creative Nerd AWESOME This article features a huge amount of Photoshop web design tutorials, which will teach you simple effects which can be combined together in order to create a great website design. Theses tutorials are perfect for first time Photoshop users because there short and sweet. I hope you enjoy the article and feel free to leave a comment below. 30 Bizarre and Creative Packaging Design Examples Inspiration November 1, 2010 One of the things that identifies the image of a product is its packaging. Few elements like striking graphics, attractive colors, and unusual shapes are carefully thought of to come up with packaging design that catches the attention of the consumers. A packaging design is a critical component in marketing because it is the packaging that makes it stand from the rest when consumers choose a product from the shelf.
Running IE on your Mac, for free via modern.ie Several years ago I figured out how to convert the Virtual PC images windows used to provide for Windows testing to VirtualBox format, that would run on the Mac. It was a long process but was the only way to legally(ish) test Windows for free on your Mac. This year Microsoft lauched modern.ie, where they providing Windows on free disk images compatible on Mac and Linux!
How to protect your PC in the web's worst neighborhoods Your data. Your wallet. Your identity. In the darker corners of the internet, it’s all fair game, and disaster could be one unwitting click away. Protect yourself by learning about the web’s most common dangers, and how to avoid them. Also, take some basic steps to make your PC more resistant to harm. Designer & Art Toys, Figurines a Customiser, Graphic Design & Pop Culture. - Artoyz What is Artoyz ? Born from the mutual passion of 4 friends from graphic arts and toy figures, Artoyz was created on 2003 after the discovery of a new art trend coming from Asia : the designer toy or urban vinyl. Artoyz.com was the first entity to be born on 2003. Since day one we offer you a selection both eclectic and sharp for every purse based on toy design and graphic arts. Ok designer toy sounds cool, but what do you offer concretely?
3D , illusions etc.. Zydonia Beach Released onto the world at Christmas 2003, Zydonia Beach was an 'update' of the old Rororer Island series. It was created with the fantastic ArtGem paint package, over a period of about 6 months. The original size of the picture was a massive 1900*1400 pixels, so I've cut it down for web viewing. If you click the picture, you can see the massive 1900*1400 PNG version.
Digital Content, Digital Advertising, Digital Marketing When The Atlantic ran the now infamous Scientology sponsored post, it inadvertently became the poster child for the worst thing to do for sponsored content. The firestorm of criticism highlighted an awkward fact: The Atlantic didn’t have clear policies on this still relatively new form of advertising content that intentionally blurs the line between editorial and advertising. As the industry grapples with the different definitions of sponsored content, there’s one thing everyone agrees on: Publishers must be transparent about what is and what isn’t sponsored. The debate is how to do it.
If we show you how to back up your PC for free, will you finally do it? If we show you how to back up your PC for free, will you finally do it? Beyond simple hard drive failure, your PC could fall prey to user error or all sorts of nefarious malware. The only way to ensure that none of your personal files or programs are lost in a catastrophe is to back up everything regularly. While backing up your data can be as simple as dumping critical files on a USB key or external hard drive every now and again, you’ll ideally want to make multiple backups and store them on different drives—preferably with the drives stashed at different physical locations. Here's an easy, comprehensive three-pronged backup method, using free tools, that can save your bacon in the event of a catastrophic OS failure. Creating Windows images with System Backup