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How to start a hosting company

Time to start your own web hosting business? Check out this guide of the basics before you take the leap of faith. How To Become A Web Host A question that is asked quite frequently. First and foremost we must point out that web hosting is not a get rich quick scheme or an easy [...]

Admin | January 11th, 2011 | Continued

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Install ISPconfig3 on ubuntu 10.4

Introduction If your hosting company has installed the bare minimum (operating system+SSH) and left you to fend for yourself then fear not my friend, we’re about to set up a complete and fully functional server around an open source hosting control panel for Linux called ISPConfig. (hey, cPanel costs money!) Foolish Assumptions In this tutorial [...]

Admin | December 5th, 2010 | Continued

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Desktop Fun: Steampunk Theme Wallpapers

Do you enjoy imagining what it would be like to live in a world where technology and fantasy are mixed together? Then kick back and get ready to indulge in some great daydreaming with our Steampunk Theme wallpapers collection. Note: Click on the picture to see the full-size image—these wallpapers vary in size so you [...]

Admin | April 3rd, 2010 | Continued

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Add an iGoogle-Style New Tab Page to Chrome

Are you tired of the default New Tab Page in Chrome and wanting something different? Then join us as we take a look at getting an iGoogle-styled New Tab Page in Google Chrome. Before Here is the current default “New Tab Page” in Chrome… Sure, you have thumbnails of recently visited sites and a listing [...]

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Friday Fun: Right 2 Point

Another Friday is here and today it’s time to play a flash game on the boss’s time. Today we take a look at Right 2 Point, which is a free flash game where you need to click and point to kill the baddies before they get you. Right 2 Point At the main page you [...]

Admin | January 11th, 2010 | Continued

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The Cost of Being Batman [Infographic]

If you’ve got lofty dreams of being Batman we’d suggest running it by your accountant first–Baterang replacements alone will run you a mortgage payment. Courtesy of MoneySuperMarket, the inforgraphic fields some best estimates on how much it costs to pull off the whole saving-Gotham gig. From tear gas to training costs, it’s not cheap being [...]

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Browser Slow? How to Make Mozilla Firefox Fast Again

Have you noticed your usually speedy Firefox browser slowing down, or even crashing on you? Unnecessary plugins, extensions, and even browsing data can slow your browser down to a crawl, or make it crash. Here’s how to fix it. We’ll show you how to speed up Firefox by disabling plugins and extensions and clearing the [...]

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6 Things You Don’t Have to Root Android to Do Anymore

For years, Android enthusiasts have been rooting their devices to do things that Android doesn’t allow by default. Google has added many features that once required root to Android, eliminating many of the reasons for rooting. Some of these features were added in Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, some were added in Android 4.0 Ice Cream [...]

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The Best How-To Geek Articles for July 2012

Last month we covered topics such as how to make Google Chrome fast again, build a $35 media center with Raspbmc and Raspberry Pi, why using your monitor’s native resolution is important, and more. Join us as we look back at the best articles for July. Browser Slow? How to Make Mozilla Firefox Fast Again [...]

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How To Play Retro Point-and-Click Adventures with ScummVM

If thoughts of playing Maniac Mansion, The Secret of Monkey Island, Kings Quest, and other classic point-and-click adventures sends tingles of nostalgia to your mouse hand, read on as we show you how to enjoy the classics on your computer with ScummVM. As any fan of old-school point-and-click adventures can tell you, installing and running [...]

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Geek Trivia: Where Is The Most Remote Geocache Located?

Where Is The Most Remote Geocache Located? 1) The International Space Station 2) Mount Everest 3) Antarctica 4) The Mariana Trench Think you know the answer?

31Jul2012 | Admin | 0 comments | Continued
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The Internet Map Charts 350,000 Web Sites In a Traffic-based Map

The Internet Map is an interactive chart that maps out, via weighted circles, 350,000 web sites in relationship to each other. Zoom around the map to see the, often surprising, connections between your favorite web sites. From the creator of The Internet Map: Like any other map, The Internet map is a scheme displaying objects’ [...]

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2001: A Space Odyssey as a 2012 Movie Trailer [Video]

What if the sci-fi classic 2001: A Space Odyssey was remixed in the style of modern high-adrenaline movie trailers? This remix shows us. The results certainly have a much different vibe than the 2001: A Space Odyssey we remember. [via Boing Boing] Build a $35 Media Center with Raspbmc and Raspberry Pi Browser Slow? How [...]

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How to Always Open Tabs from Your Last Browsing Session in Firefox, Chrome, Opera, Safari, and IE

Do you always have a lot of tabs open in your browser? If your browser has crashed on you causing you to lose your open tabs, or you’ve accidentally closed the browser, don’t panic. There is a solution. We’ll show you how to have each of the five major browsers open the last used tab [...]

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Stupid Geek Tricks: How To Send Email From the Command Line in Windows Without Extra Software

In Windows there is no way to natively send mail from the Command Prompt, but because PowerShell allows you to use the underlying .Net Framework, you can easily create and send an  e-mail from the command line. Note: I have uploaded a sample over here, due to many requests. Build a $35 Media Center with Raspbmc [...]

31Jul2012 | Admin | 0 comments | Continued