ExtremeTech compares five recent entrants into the ranks of Free Online Photo Editors: "In addition to letting you do things like resizing, rotating, and optimizing brightness, contrast, and colors, many of these will actually apply filters (blur, sharpen, etc.) and other weird fun effects, such as giving your image an old-fashioned border or making collages. So you can pick the one that fits your needs, from simple image correcting to elaborate artistic creations."
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Free PC Games: "Who says you have to pay to get good games? Here's a list of over 200 free PC games for your enjoyment! Many work on Linux and OS X, too."
Lifehacker has some super tips to make Microsoft Word less annoying.
I was just talking about this earlier today with my insanely talented younger son…
The New York TimesSelect service is now free to university students: "We are pleased to offer a complimentary subscription to TimesSelect. You must be a student or faculty member with a valid college or university e-mail address to be eligible for this offer. You no longer need an access code to activate your TimesSelect University Subscription."
Homemade Baby Food Recipes: "These homemade baby food recipes are simple and rewarding to make — become head chef for a very special little customer!"
Yes, bacon popcorn.
Oh. My. God.
"Scribd lets you publish and discover documents online. It is like a big online library where anyone can upload." Looks like this could run afoul of copyright issues, but it's worth checking out.
Stewart Rutledge shows us the way: "Using a few effective filters that helped determine what I could safely delete, I took my Gmail account from 98% of quota down to 67% of quota without losing one important message. Here's how I did it."
Kyle Pott lists his choice of Top 10 Firefox Extensions to Improve your Productivity.
Falko Timme shows us how to set up the perfect desktop in Ubuntu Linux: "This tutorial is the third in a series of articles where I will show people who are willing to switch to Linux how they can set up a Linux desktop (Ubuntu 6.10 Edgy Eft in this article) that fully replaces their Windows desktop, i.e. that has all software that people need to do the things they do on their Windows desktops. The advantages are clear: you get a secure system without DRM restrictions that runs also on older hardware, and the best thing is: all software comes free of charge."
Couchville is an exceptionally clean and easy-to-use online TV listings guide.