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If you have been waiting anxiously for the WordPress team to release the latest version of the blogging platform you may have been disappointed a tad bit. But that was all in the past. The WordPress team have released a Release Candidate (RC1) version of the tagged WordPress 2.5. The release candidate is most likely [...]

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Amazon has begun offering users a chance to download Windows Vista Service Pack 1 (SP1) starting tomorrow. Microsoft had earlier announced plans to release the service pack by mid of March and seem to be on schedule. Much of the patches and security upgrades bundled into the service pack 1 has already been made available [...]

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YouTube Blocked In China

The ongoing pro-independence struggle in Tibet India has taken down another censorship victim in China. This time YouTube has been banned in China. YouTube carried videos of the struggle going on in Tibet. Along with YouTube Google News has also been completely banned in China. Users are reporting to see blank pages when they are [...]

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Well first of all I am back to active blogging and thanks to all of you who have kept visiting the site. What better way to get back to writing than putting a little smile on your face. Check out some funny images that will cheer you up at work, it definitely cheered me up [...]

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I am a big fan of bookmarklets and I love shopping online. I just came across a web service that brings the best of those two worlds together. First, lets talk about online shopping and how you can save some dough by using some cool web services. Traditionally, we might see an item in a [...]

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I have started to use screencasts for showing someone how to do something in a computer remotely than trying to guide them over the phone without looking their screen. As you know, it can get really frustrating. Here are a few free solutions I have tried so far: FreeScreenCast.com FreeScreenCast.com (beta) offers a free screencast [...]

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Issuu

Issuu is a cool web service which gives the power for a publisher with a PDF document to extend his reach to more readers. Issuu lets you upload a pdf document and convert that into a nice flip book that is readable via the web. Your reader don’t have to download your document or have [...]

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I have recently taken up to listening to podcasts while working. I know I am very late to the game but with a less than 15 minute commute to work, I haven’t had the urge/need to download podcasts to my iPod and listen to them. But, recently with my day job getting hectic and finding [...]

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This is a guest post written by Brown Baron. He blogs at BrownBaron.com where he writes about Technology, gaming news and reviews, gadgets and more. If you want to receive regular updates, then you can subscribe to his blog. How many of you can remember what all your installed fonts look like? If you’re like [...]

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Update: Post edited to correct errors  on 26th October 2009. Re-installing an Operating system is a nightmare for many people, since people always tend to lose data, forget to take backups, and they almost go blank after they re-install. I have faced a similar situation, when I was new, however, if we plan our re-installation [...]

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This is a guest post written by Madhur Kapoor. He blogs at Whoismadhur.com where he writes about Technology, Blogging, Tutorials and Gaming. If you want to receive regular updates, then subscribe to his blog. He is also the author of a Soccer blog called TheSoccerPitch.com If you are a fan of twitter and want to [...]

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I asked a couple of months earlier if PuTTY can get any Snazzier? I am going to have to take that back and admit that it just did. And more. PuTTY is one of the most loved tool for anyone connecting to a Linux or Unix server from Windows. It helps to easily save connection [...]

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If you’ve tried Linux before, chances are you found this frustrating. The NumLock key on your keyboard is by default OFF when Linux boots. There’s a way to enable NumLock key stay in the ON state when Linux starts up. Here’s how to do it if you’re in Ubuntu: Using the shell, install NumLockX by [...]

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Did you just switch to Linux and realise that pressing Win Key + D shortcut doesn’t take you to the desktop? Yes, by default this keyboard shortcut for ‘Show Desktop’ doesn’t work in Linux.

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BitLet

You have probably heard of a dozen or so BitTorrent clients to download files. There are also plenty of places to find torrent files as well. BitLet.org aims to fill a niche where you might be in a situation while travelling or when you are ay someone else’s place without your BitTorrent client. BitLet.org lets [...]

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