Here’s to a very merry Christmas or whatever holiday celebration you happen to subscribe to this time of year. The lovely artwork above is from this photoshop tutorial.
Last year I read, “Crazy: 90 Percent of People Don’t Know How to Use CTRL+F“, an article from theatlantic.com, and I decided then to make sure that as a school teacher I was going to try and reverse that statistic. Thinking about it today, I realize I have never posted here to help get the […]
This afternoon I’ve been playing around with Yahoo Pipes, a service that converts web pages without RSS feeds into useful XML files oozing with possibility. For my first project, I wanted to get my local movie listings into Google Reader. Here is the finished product, an RSS feed for The Movie Mill, a theatre that’s […]
If you’ve ever thought about getting some LED garden lights, check out the link for a simple and inexpensive tutorial on how to make your own.
Check out this clever how-to video that explains how to make your own glowing tomato. The instructions over at diylife are worth the read. [Make A GLOWING TOMATO ! – Metacafe]
I never tried this myself and honestly I don’t have a lot interest in trying it out but some of you may find it deliciously wonderful: How to download high quality Quicktime .MOV versions of iTunes Music Videos. (via)