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Cartoon.Pho.to - Convert your photo to cartoon and animate your face with various emotions! Create a funny caricature from photo. Win XP 20 things you do not know - Windows Tips 'n' Tweaks Now it's time to delve a bit deeper and uncover some of Windows XP's secrets. 1. It boasts how long it can stay up. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Make People Fat in Photoshop Today we will learn how to add gratuitous amounts of weight to someone in your photos. I would recommend that you use the technique on picture of yourself, celebrities, Facebook/MySpace friends, or whoever you want to see with a bit more pudge. You should have a basic knowledge of Photoshop and the paths tool to complete this tutorial. Once you get a hang of it you can enlarge people in a matter of minutes. Step 1 Find a Photo Find a photo of someone who needs a big more pudge. Step 2 Preparation Open up your image in Photoshop and use the pen tool (or the marquee if you must) to isolate your subject. Step 3 General Fattening Bring your subject into the liquify filter by going to Filters-Liquify. The idea is to use the Forward Warp Tool (W), and the Bloat Tool (B) to make the subject fat. With the bloat tool, you should just put your cursor over the place you want to be bloated and click once. Step 4 Feature fattening Step 5 Clean up Now your subject should be fat!

CodeFromThe70s.org Desktop Earth is a wallpaper generator. It creates desktop backgrounds that are accurate representations of the Earth. The imagery is based on NASA's Blue Marble Next and Earth's City Lights. Day and night is accurately represented depending on the Sun's overhead position, which depends on the time of day and the day of the year. Available for Windows. Zeezed Backup Files to DV Camera Tape backup was once the norm for archiving files from home PCs. Consumer grade tape drives tended to be flaky and slow, but were the only alternative to using dozens of floppy disks. With DVD burners priced as low as $40 for dual-layer burning, it almost seems unnecessary to think about tape backup solutions. Tape storage still has advantages, particularly if you want to make a more permanent archive to store in a lockbox in case of fire. Dual-layer DVD+/-R blanks currently cost $5-7 each, storing a maximum of 8.5GB of data. The one catch in using MiniDV tape as a backup solution is compatibility. When backing up to MiniDV tape, make sure your DV camera is plugged into a power source (so the batteries don't die mid-backup). Once Firestreamer configures your DV camera, you walk through the Backup wizard. Mac OS X requires the DV Backup app from Tim Hewett's Coolatoola.com. Linux users can achieve similar results with the command line dvbackup tool available at Source Forge.

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