The software pick of the week for this week is Ninite. Ninite is a free online service that automatically installs some of the top freeware on your computer with no bloatware, no toolbars or other options and without any intervention on your part. You simply go to the Ninite site, choose your software and run [...]
Based on the aggregation of billions of search queries people typed into Google this year, Zeitgeist captures the spirit of 2010. As a bonus, watch the accompanying video
This Friday the day after Thanksgiving is Black Friday. Stores want you to shop, so they offer huge discounts. You can save hundreds of dollars on your purchases. It’s a great way to save money on Christmas gifts. Today’s sites They post Black Friday circulars. You can get a sneak peek at the upcoming deals. [...]
Director Michael Bay is synonymous with massive explosions, and now you can bring his particular artistic sensibility to any image with just a few clicks. Meet the Bayifier, a web toy with six different trademark Bay-isms that you can use to punch up any photo. You’ve got your pick of explosions, guns, bombs, sports cars, [...]
Did you ever feel like singing the blues? Not everyone has a blues band sitting around. But this Web site can fill in. This site combines blues samples into a full song. It even includes singing. It’s a good way to create a blues song without all the pain! Visit Bluesmaker.
Today’s site is a map and streaming playlist of the best non-commercial college radio stations in the country. These are generally far superior to the same old commercial stations you are used to. Visit the College Radio Map
A hilarious look at some bad parenting advice, because we all know that good parenting advice is boring. Some of these, we think we know people who do them. Visit bad parenting advice