by on November 30th, 2007

Too long we have suffered in silence under the dictatorship of idiocy. In the beginning, the internet was a place where one could communicate intelligently with similarly learned people. Then we were lost in the noise. The coming of user-driven web content has intensified the matter yet further, distorting our tolerance to the breaking point. It’s time to fight back.

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wrike - management system
I have discussed an online project management and collaboration system Basecamp before. Now I thought to give my readers another good alternative. Wrike is a Web-based application that makes it simple to trigger projects and tasks from the medium in which most projects and tasks originate, namely e-mail. Manage from email, Organize tasks, Work together, Get things done

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by on November 28th, 2007

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You may have noticed that http://www.techmynd.com and http://techmynd.com  would bring same results. So why use www at all? Use of the www subdomain is not required mostly and is time consuming to communicate. The internet, media, and society are all better off without it.

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Design page curves in Adobe Photoshop by yourself. You can do it by many ways. I will describe here two easy ways to do it.

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what-is-that-fileKnow about malware, adware or any file. This website provides a simple help for you to identify any unknown files on your computer. You can enter a filename and see if this file is a dangerous trojan, malware, or simply a standard Windows file. There is a huge database of very popular virus/trojan/malware and other riskful applications.

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by on November 26th, 2007

Everyone related to computer somehow sometimes feels need to search photos/images, specially designers do more… I design a lot. I need to get inspiration. Sometimes I search for royalty-free good quality images to use in my work. I have a list of some good search engines which are specific for image related search. I thought someone might find it useful.

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by on November 25th, 2007

calendarHere is a program that goes a beyond what the average desktop calendar may have to offer. Calendar Magic provides a comprehensive coverage of religious occasions, 23 different calendar systems, including full-year and month calendar generation, date conversions, and month-by-month, side-by-side calendar comparisons. It can also double up as an alarm clock, stopwatch and a pregnancy calculator. It also covers observed days for around 230 different countries, and Christian, Orthodox, Buddhist, Chinese, Hebrew, Hindu, Islamic, Baha’i and Sikh festivals. It also has a Quick Notes feature for jotting down any information. Though it starts with a fairly unappealing colour scheme, it can be easily customized to your liking.

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Basecamp is an online project management and collaboration system that does away with the need of sending e-mails here and there or making those urgent, last-minute phone calls. It works both for internal and external projects and allows sharing of information such as project details, dates, and contacts. Basecamp allows customized colors and logo setup to ensure the project has a personal taste while the Dashboard shows all the clients and projects on one screen (you can work on multiple project simultaneously). This utility also provides a To-do section that allows users to make lists and assign responsibilities.

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