We previously covered Downloader, a free Windows only tool that lets you download Flickr photos in their largest available size to your local computer.
Video of the Day
More than 48 hours of video content gets uploaded every minute to YouTube alone. Some of these videos are entertaining while some are useful and help us learn something.
Cell biology and Google? See how a microbiologist could grow the first living Google logo in a petri dish.
Watch the latest TV ads for BigRock, an India based domain name registrar that operates an almost similar business as GoDaddy. Clean and impressive.
If you are at airport waiting for your non-stop flight, try this simple workout before stepping onto the place.
Wikipedia has a long-standing no-ad policy and the Wikimedia Foundation received enough donations to pay for all their staff and expenses and still remain ad-free for all of 2011.
In the above video, Nancy Duarte analyzes Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s famous "I Have a Dream" speech using principles from her book, Resonate [Present Visual Stories that Transform Audiences].
This video describes how you may connect a Nokia phone to your TV and watch photos and videos in High Definition.
This is creative. If you have a video conference call in the next few minutes and don’t have the time to rush to the washroom to comb your hair, you can use the webcam attached to your laptop computer along with your video chat program as a mirror.
Do you want to create animations in Google Docs? Take inspiration from this awesome deck.
Stuck in a foreign land where people don’t understand your native language. See how you can speak foreign languages with Google Translate.
If we could represent the entire population of earth as a small village of 100 people, like a Miniature Earth, the stats would be something like this.
The Google Google app, which is available for both iPhone and Android mobile phones, lets you scan business cards directly to your Google Contacts.
This video describes how you can easily capture screenshots using the OneNote program. Open OneNote and click Insert – > Screen Clipping to begin the screen capture process.
The Commuter, a short film starring Dev Patel and Pamela Andersonm was shot entirely on the Nokia N8 mobile phone.
President Barack Obama gave his first digital autograph on an iPad at a rally in Seattle at the University of Washington.
Windows XP had a useful utility called ScanDisk that would check your hard drive for any bad sectors, damaged files, and other problems.
You can think of Microsoft Office 365 as Microsoft’s answers to Google Apps that aims to serve both enterprise customers as well as small businesses.
Here’s a suggestion from Mozilla on how you can easily create different passwords for different websites that are also strong and memorable.