Once I went to visit dear friend (also it’s my ex) and we walked a little bit. I took off my camera and she made a really nice picture. I never thought it would be this good
this is a very interesting question! What if? Well, this question, made by Ellen McManis, was answered in xkcd’s blog.
Although it’s a vey long answer, it’s amazingly interesting to know what would happen! I wasn’t expecting that much information. It was actually fun
Read the whole post here
I like the DDG search engine, it looks good and gets the job done (well, most of the time…). I have been using it for a long time now and I can actually say that I’m using it more and more than Google. The problem is when I want results only one year old, of 6 months old, but not from 5 years ago, that’s when I have to back to the big G, but this doesn’t happen all the time, so I is nothing that keeps me away from DDG,
But its simple and minimalistic design makes me want to use it more and more! Yes, I know Google has almost the same start page, but there is something I like about DDG, I don’t know why though.
You have a lot of options! you can search with Google aswel by adding !g at your search query (I use this one when I want to get only new results), Google Images? no problem! just add !gi Google News? !n
For a full list visit the !Bang page (that list is just huge!!)
You want try wat DDG can do for you? check the Goodies page to see all the features
Plus! DDG has been the default search engine in this Linux distributions. Kudos!
So the answer to the question is YES. And? do you like it?
We love talking about fonts. Not only are they ubiquitous to life, but they're the unsung heroes of a good brand. Fonts alone can often define a brand or even a company - think Barbie, Firestone, and KitchenAid. With that said, here's a list of fonts that should never be used. Forget about them. Don't underline them. Don't italicize them. And especially don't bold them.
Summer has some sweet moments, this is one of those (I fell…but you will guess where )
So, I’m thinking about buying a S3, but I keep reading about rooting it after all the amazing reviews the stock ROM has!
Yes, I have a rooted phone (SGS1), but it was because I wanted to have the latest Android version. Being the S3 the flagship for Samsung, I doubt it won’t update it very often though.
So, why? I can’t think any good reason to do it. Really.
They talk about control, customization and power. Control over what? if you know, please tell me, because I don’t get it. Customization? well, I live without it. Power? again, over what!
I’m really confused right now…
[Final Update: This post got a lot of notice, but I also had a follow up post that received less notice here that should be read for full perspective before commenting on this one now.]
If you are like me, you prefer LibreOffice over (Apache) OpenOffice because (1) It has a better open source license. (2) It has more community support.