Friday, November 18, 2005

Mac your PC

Ever wanted to have the sleek sophistication and style of a Mac, but still maintain the compatibility of windows?

Well, you're in luck, because with the help of a couple files you can skin your PC to look like OS X. You've got a couple of options:

Firstly, Engadget has posted an article on how to skin your PC. The only downside to this is you've gotta download each of the programs individually, which is tedious and time-consuming. Either way, you can read the article & download the apps here.

Or, if you're in a hurry and would rather download a single file that does all of this (and looks slightly better, as far as the Apple Menubar is concerned), you can download FlyaKite OS X [click download; right now the Flyakite website doesn't seem to be working].

Then again, you could just buy a Mac and use Virtual PC...

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Tuesday, November 15, 2005

Updates for Updates

I just added a "Blogs" section to my blog sidebar, featuring a list of links to other worthwhile blogs (I initially never did like the word blogroll). This part also includes an area for Call For Help and links to all the hosts' blogs. Like, this blog just keeps getting updated with more and better features. More to come!

Speaking of which, you should see the cool new features social bookmarking network has. Now there's a new header navigation bar with a new layout and a text box that allows you to type in the name of the tag you're looking for instead of having to go to the location bar in your browser. This element is very handy, especially when you're in fullscreen mode and you don't want to have to tediously toggle back and forth just to change the tag name.

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Tuesday, November 01, 2005 Changes Bundle Interface

The social bokmarking manager has updated their tag bundles interface.

Now, instead of trying to remember the names of tags you want to bundle, just simply click on the tag name listed in front of you. Resembling that of their posting screen, this new feature and better improves the site's usability and effiency. I'm sure many users are happy to have this convenience.

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