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"BookmarksToDelicious is a standalone Python client for posting bookmarks from a file to the delicious (see http://del.icio.us/) REST API. The current version supports Mozilla/Firefox bookmark files."
Digital Photography Tutorials "includes tutorials on how to acquire, interpret and process digital photographs. New digital photography tutorials will be added, so please visit again."
Dozens of Registry Edits for Windows XP can customize the operating system's behavior and fix annoyances.
Over 100 Quick and Easy Healthy Foods is "an excellent list of healthy foods which need less than 30 minutes of preparation and cooking times."
Asa Dotzler explains why he thinks that Linux is not ready for the desktop.
All-Seeing Eye monitors multiple parts of a Windows system, watching for unusual activity in the registry, specific guarded folders, Internet Explorer, and many other vulnerable areas.
"IYHY is an attempt to fix the mobile web… IYHY will just strip all the crap from a web page and give you the good stuff when you're on the go—the content."
"I don’t mind a good debate now and again, but when a debating point begins with, "Well, you Liberals always think…," (the rhetorical equivalent of "Nanny nanny boo boo…."), why bother?… How can one reasonably expect to have an argument with an opponent whose opening gambit is to reduce you to a straw man?