42 Utility Towel Google Tricks - Save Time in School [via onlinecolleges.net] With classes, homework, and projects–not to mention your social life–time is truly at a premium for you, so why not latch onto the wide world that Google has to offer? From super-effective search tricks to Google hacks specifically for education to tricks and tips for using Gmail, Google Docs, and Google Calendar, these tricks will surely save you some precious time. Search Tricks These search tricks can save you time when researching online for your next project or just to find out what time it is across the world, so start using these right away. Convert units. Google Specifically for Education From Google Scholar that returns only results from scholarly literature to learning more about computer science, these Google items will help you at school. Google Scholar. Google Docs Google Docs is a great replacement for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, so learn how to use this product even more efficiently. Use premade templates. Gmail Use the Tasks as a to-do list.
Modern Electrical Outlets and Power Strips Modern electrical outlets and creative power strips from all over the world. Socket Pocket Creative phone-pocket for your electrical outlet. [link] Hang On Outlet It is a basic power outlet with a little extra lip to hold on to your lose plugs, keeping your power management neat and tidy. Wall Cleats What use is an electrical plug when you’re not plugged in? Hidden Wall Safe Electrical Outlet These unique wall safes allow you to hide valuables inside one of many identical looking wall outlets you already have in your home, the last place someone is likely to look. WirePod Electrical “power pod” made of thermoplastic rubber and with four plug outlets is the first in a series of Artecnica products called Wiremore, which will make electrical cables more, rather than less, visible. Swivel Sockets Swivel sockets rotate 90 degrees for compact use in tight spaces. Donut Power Strip Each outlet can spin inside its socket for the best fit. E-Rope Power Strip Picket Fence E-Ball Multiplug Connector
10 Cool Beverage Drinking Gadgets Collection of useful drinking gadgets and creative inventions that promise to make our lives easier and more enjoyable. Bottle Top Bottle tops turn your can into a spill-proof bottle. Just snap onto the top and enjoy your favorite beverage without spills. Roll ‘n Pour Rocking beverage server helps you pour beverages from bulky and heavy bottles without spills or dropping the bottle. Liquor Lock Keep the “unwanted customers” from running your bar dry. Master Opener In addition to opening regular cans, this cool Master Opener can break vacuum seals, open pull tabs, twist off screw tops, and crack open soda and beer bottles. Draft Beer Faucet Traditional uses include draft beer systems like kegerators, however the creative folks at the Food Network prefer to use it to turn watermelons into cocktail kegs. Binocular Flask On the outside it appears to be a regular pair of binoculars, but is in fact a flask in sheep’s clothing. Bottle Clip U Fizz Tired of Coca-Cola and Pepsi? Aqua Jar Lemon Squeezer
Cardboard Gift Tags | Family Chic THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2011 | Comments: 17 The arrival of my husband's new bass amp has provided me with an enormous corrugated box to work with. I've been hooked on embroidery these days – so I couldn't resist using the cardboard to stitch up some gift tags for Valentine's Day. I cut out a piece of cardboard and pressed a cookie cutter into it to leave an impression that I could work from. You could also trace with a pencil – but I find this is an easier technique to use with kids and there are no pencil marks to erace. Using a blunt needle, pierce holes into your shape. Thread your needle with yarn and – using a back stitch – fill in your design. This is a great way to teach your kids some basic stitches.
Free Birth Chart Daily Horoscope | Weekly Horoscope A birth chart, also called natal chart, explains the positions of the stars at your time of birth in the place you were born in. Use our free birth chart system to calculate your personal natal chart and get an explanation what this means (or could mean) for you. For best accuracy, you need to enter the date of birth (DOB), time of birth (TOB) and place of birth (POB). Please enter the form below, making the right selections for your birth day and click on the "calculate" button. The birth chart will show you some very important data which you should never forget. If you like, you can take it one step further and calculate the astrological compatibility between yourself and another person. When you read your zodiac horoscope in a newspaper or on the Internet, you should always read the predictions for your Sun sign AND your rising sign. This interpretation of your birth chart is written with assistance from Gina Ronco and Agnes Nightingale.
Can You Identify the Accent? - The Biblio Files Accents fascinate us. We live where there are always a lot of tourists, and often hear unusual accents and languages. We make a game out of trying to identify them. If we hover near an exotic looking couple at the supermarket, it's just to try to hear more of their accents. At least that's what we tell people. If you are attracted to accents too, try this Accent Game we came across recently. A good book about accents is American Voices: How Dialects Differ from Coast to Coast, edited by Walter Wolfram and Ben Ward. Talking Proper: The Rise of Accent as Social Symbol by Linda Mugglestone is about the social implications of accents in Great Britain through its history.
Looxcie, a Camera Recording Everything You See Looxcie, a Camera Recording Everything You See Looxcie is a ~$200 camera you plug into your ear, which then records everything you see, following your field of vision. Several hours are recorded, with new stuff overwriting the old... and if you saw anything interesting, you click its button and have the last 30 seconds saved and shared on YouTube and other networks. To tune and manage the camera and see the clips you download an app onto an Android phone like Google Nexus. This looks like a very interesting tool (albeit with a name that could be easier to spell). Often when you get out a camera a) the thing you spotted is already over, or b) people suddenly take on an “official video camera” posture, completely changing what they just did (and babies may just grab for your camera and stop whatever they were doing). [Via Andy. >> More posts Advertisement This site unofficially covers Google™ and more with some rights reserved.
Stepping Thru Crazy: Men's Button-Up Refashion... into Ladies Tank! A few years ago, when the hubby and I lived in Florida (this was pre-kids, so make that 5-ish years...) I bought him a button-up shirt for his work. The deal was that he had to wear blue or white button-ups, so I thought, "Why not both at the same time?" And I got him this:Apparently when he wore it to work, his boss told him he looked like a picnic basket, aaand the shirt was retired to the closet. Well, I don't care if I look like a picnic basket, so I decided to turn it into a tank top for myself! It was actually really easy to do... let me try once again to tell you how I used a sewing machine... eh.... First things first, I chopped the sleeves off. Then I slipped the shirt on and pinned in the sides so that it fit. I took off the shirt, flipped it inside out and sewed up the sides where my pins were, trimmed off the excess, flipped it rightside out again, and tried it on to make sure it fit. Then I pinned the armholes the way I wanted them... carefully......and sewed them. That's it!
Fetish: Exoskeletal Glove Gives Motorcyclists an Iron Fist | Product Reviews Photo: Christian Stoll You can’t help it. It’s a reflex. You stick out your hand when you fall — it’s better to stop the descent with your palm than your face, right? That’s fine when you’re ambling down the street, but add an extra 80 mph and the weight of a motorcycle to the momentum equation and the bones in your paw might not take the strain very well. George Clooney Playboy Interview - July 2000 Celebrity Interview - George Clooney Playboy Magazine In 1962, future Pulitzer Prize–winning author Alex Haley sat down with jazz musician Miles Davis for what would become an institution of American journalism—the Playboy Interview. To celebrate the Interview’s 50th anniversary, Playboy has culled 50 of its most (in)famous Interviews and will publish them over the course of 50 weekdays (from September 4, 2012 to November 12, 2012) via Amazon’s Kindle Direct platform. Here, a glimpse at our conversation with actor and film director George Clooney from the July 2000 issue. “Filming Three Kings was a dangerous time. “If you look at rock stars who have survived over 20 or 30 years, they stayed thin and sort of sexual in a weird way. “I have several advantages over lots of people who get famous. To read the interview in its entirety on your Kindle App, Kindle Fire or Kindle Touch, click below. Or read the interview with access to all Playboy interviews on iPlayboy. read more: Celebrities, interview, playboy interview, actor