So the Photoshop tutorial was too hard, huh? Or do you want them bigger, smaller, alternating colors, with a shadow, or the other direction? Well then, this is the site for you! StripeGenerator.com — make stripes, and nothing else.


Splash screens from Windows 1.01 to Vista have changed a lot, see for yourself at ZDNet


Yeah, I am kinda crazy about new search engines. Yahoo!’s testing grounds, which is very similar to Google’s, was launched into public beta on the 4th. The name? Alpha. In beta. Everywhere the logo is “Alpha (beta)”. Confused yet?

To add to the confusion, they let you put in an additional search engine to search from, which would appear in a Netvibes-esque drag-and-droppable mini-window. They use a technology called OpenSearchRSS, which lets users search the search engine from an RSS feed or something…I don’t really understand it. Another thing I don’t understand is why it won’t work with OpenSearchRSS, it always says there is an error. Oh well, that’s why it’s in beta.

Another search engine I recently discovered is one called AfterVote (Younanimous). It seems like the principal is very much the same as Url.com; you search Google, MSN, and Yahoo! then rank the results so other users searching for the same thing will see the site that was what you wanted sooner.

In other news, remember that modded Mac Pro with 8 cores I blogged about way back in November? Well, Apple has updated the Pro and it is now configurable with 8, yes 8, cores. The top configuration costs more than some cars, but hey, bragging rights for the neighborhood is good too.


Ha ha April Fools! Regarding that last post, we weren’t really hacked!

Well, otherwise, the new Mozilla Addons site was released a few days ago. It was updated with some Lightbox, a new UI, and a few other upgrades. Check it out 


U got h4ck3d by teh uber 1337 j_mac34. he pwned teh server and now pwns teh site!!!11 all ur base r belong 2 me!!!!!1


MSN Cars has a list of Consumer Report’s top rated automobiles that cost less than $25,000. Most of the top-rated ones are close, though, at around 23k, while some are under 20k. Check it out


Roto-Rooter is giving you a chance to win a “Pimped Out John“. It features a 20-Inch LCD TV, hooked up to an XBox 360 and a DVD Player; An eMachines laptop; Resistive Pedal Exerciser; Megaphone; Dual-Sided Magnification Mirror; Mini Fridge with Beer Tap; USB Powered Beverage Cooler and Warmer; Tivo; Roto-Rooter service button; and an iPod Dock with Toilet Paper Dispenser. Oh, did I mention a toilet? How this will fit in a bathroom, I don’t know!




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