Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Scr.im Shares Your Email on the Internet, Protects It from Spambots

This looks like a good way to protect your email address in the big dark den of the world wide web.

Monday, March 30, 2009


"Sequential is an image viewer for Mac OS X. It was originally designed for opening a folder of images and displaying them in order. It works well for viewing comics and manga.

Sequential can display folders and archives (ZIP, RAR, CBZ and CBR) of images (including JPEG, PNG, and GIF) and PDF files. It is able to load images on the internet from a page or image URL.

Sequential has mature full screen support and can display images' Exif data."

Friday, March 27, 2009

BBC Two to show US TV's The Wire

Wow! I've been waiting for this to come onto freeview ever since Charlie Brooker started going on about it. Let's just hope that it's as good as everyone says.

===EDIT 29/03/09===
In actually fact it starts tomorrow (Monday 30th March) on BBC2. It's on everynight!

Danny Fingeroth's top 10 graphic novels

Danny Fingeroth's top 10 graphic novels | Books | guardian.co.uk

Wednesday, March 25, 2009


This looks like a useful program to easily convert files from the Toppy (PVR) to DVDs.

Personal Inflation Calculator

Personal Inflation Calculator

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

SSH Bouncing

This is an interesting article about how to get to a computer behind your NAT via SSH without using port forwarding.

Friday, March 13, 2009

Free Map Tools

Free Map Tools

Brilliant website that provides, as the name says, free map tools. I particularly like the "Free WiFi points map" and "Measure Distance".

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

GCC To Receive Automatic Parallelization Support

[Phoronix] GCC To Receive Automatic Parallelization Support

Wow something that might help normal programs use all the cores we've got these days.

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Films on Freeview

An interesting site that allows you to rank the next week's films on freeview by IMDB score and filter on genre, date etc.. There are also plenty of different views of the data. Bon!

-- Edit -- A similar one