Wired magazine has an interesting Droid article. A weird software bug has some wondering if Verizon was remotely controlling user’s phones. It turns out that the truth is stranger than fiction. Read More →
Here are 50 of the best apps for your new Motorola Droid: http://phandroid.com/2009/11/06/50-apps-for-new-droid-owners/
Search Everything for Windows is a powerful, fast, yet lightweight application that helps you search for anything on your computer faster than anything else I have tried. You can get it from http://download.cnet.com Here is the exact link: http://download.cnet.com/Everything/3000-2379_4-10890746.html
Here are 10 Tips For Your Motorola Droid: http://bit.ly/1qx3e8
10 Tips For Motorola Droid Power Users: http://bit.ly/4rpzfn
The Motorola Droid smartphone, which runs the Google Android OS, will be coming to Verizon on Nov. 6.
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The Matrix is Ten
It’s hard to believe the movie The Matrix is ten years old!? I remember going to the movies to see The Matrix about ten times. No Movie before or since has hypnotized me like The Matrix. Remember The Matrix>>
Personas is a set of themes for your Firefox browser. I am trying it out right now ( It is messing up my PimpZilla theme – it may have to go!). Look at Personas (Blog Article). More on Personas ( lifehacker)
Google’s Secret Fortress
Google recently unveiled some of the server hardware secrets it has used to become the king of internet search. Google Secrets Unveiled!>>
YouTube has played a naughty joke on us for April Fools Day; they flipped images and video upside down and most of the descriptions and comments on Youtube have been written backwards! Metro.co.uk has an article on this situation. Note: The Youtube home page appears to be normal, you won’t notice anything is different about the site until you click on a video (it can be any video).
The Nokia E71x for AT&T has recently become available. This all metal smart phone is sleek and sexy. It runs on the Symbian OS. See The Video>>
April Fools Day
Happy April Fools Day! Let’s get things started the right way with this prank you can play on friends, family and coworkers. Muahahaha!
I have long been curious about Linux. I have been hesitant to get my feet wet because I am afraid it will be too complicated and time consuming to learn and use. I am really not that satisfied with my current OS (Windows); but it runs out of the box, without a lot of input from me. I guess I want the best of both worlds: I want my OS to run well without me having to be too involved in the process (Windows), yet I want to be able to have a customized system that has the features I deem necessary, and, more importantly, said system should not have/do things I don’t want (Linux). What should I do? Why must I always be faced with these tough decisions? Maybe if I take a nap, this problem will go away – when I awake, everything will be as right as rain! While I try to figure my next move, I think I’ll take another look at this Linux promotional video that I like: Linux Promo Video