Need to send someone a file? Maybe a honkin' big file? And you're on a tight budget? Check out this Comprehensive List of Free Large File Transfer Services.
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PC World has compiled a list of "25 innovative Web sites and services that are well worth watching. Some of them help you design your own personalized Web site mashups; others enable you to create video mixes, build wikis, share personal obsessions, and more."
Need games for Linux? Check these three articles for some of the best:
- Linux gaming, part one: first person shooters
- Linux gaming, part two: strategy games
- Linux gaming, part three: strategy games (continued)
Too many friends? Paul has a handy list of seven simple ways to ruin your friendships. I am myself probably guilty of too many of these.
Gliffy is a free online application for drawing diagrams. Using only your web browser, you can create flowcharts, floor plans, network diagrams, or any other sort of diagram. You can also permit others to collaborate with you on the diagram.
This should be required reading for anyone who's ever called tech support, or asked a tech-savvy friend for help: "In the world of hackers, the kind of answers you get to your technical questions depends as much on the way you ask the questions as on the difficulty of developing the answer. This guide will teach you how to ask questions in a way more likely to get you a satisfactory answer."
"The Simple Spark Catalog is the place to find all of the really cool web applications, or "apps" that will become an integral part of your life online."
Duct tape… is there anything it can't do? Apparently not, as it is possible to build a computer out of duct tape.
"Here are 100 of these great full games that are free to download online. They range from independent games, to games that were once commercial but are now free, free to play MMO games (some of the MMOs do have the option of purchasing in game items, etc.), free action games, 3rd person games, games designed by hobbyists, and many more!"
Here's a handy reference to proven Solutions for 7 Annoying Modern Day Problems.
Help yourself to a bushel basket of cheat sheets — everything from HTML to operating systems to applications to blogging.