Three days ago, I got tagged by my friend, Brown Baron, to show my desktop. I know, I’ve been quite late in doing, but I was very busy. Didn’t got even a pinch of time to do this post.
But I finally got some time, and here’s my crowded desktop.
Most of the applications I use, are in my Quick Launce bar. So, there are more junky stuff than applications on my desktop. I usually change my wallpaper once a month, because I’m kinda lazy person. :p
Who doesn’t know about Gmail? Everyone knows about it! That’s because it is the best webmail. It has loads of features. Almost everything, but recently I found out that it does lack of one thing. And that is emoticons. Yes, Gmail doesn’t have emoticons to be used while composing mails.
But no worries readers. I have found a Greasemonkey script that allows you to use emoticons in your mails. It’s been a while since I last posted about a nice Greasemoneky script. So, here I’m with a very cool script that I’m sure all Gmail users would love to use.
Recently a friend of mine accidentally deleted his Desktop icon in his Quick Launch bar. He used the Desktop Icon a lot. Even I use it. When there are tons of windows opened, to get free from them I use this button. It’s like the easiest Escape button for me :P . Unfortunately, there is no straight option in Windows XP. But here, I’ll tell you how to do it the other way :)
In this post, I’ll tell you how to get it back if you delete it. All you need is Notepad to get it back.
Follow the steps below and you’ll restore your lost icon back in no time.
Check out these amazing pictures of this miniature city made using two million of toothpicks. The city boasts some of the best replica structures from around the world. Nothing more to say, the 21 images below speaks for themselves :)
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Don’t believe the title? Well, even I didn’t. Leonardo Da Vinci took 10 years to complete the painting. But this guy did it in just 2 hours and 30 minutes. Too hard to believe, right? Watch the video below:
I was completely speechless in the end! What do you think about this?
Recently, I gave out Yahoo! Mash invitations (they are still on :P ) and this time I’m back with something new. This time it’s Wallop! Wallop is another Internet web 2.0 social network service by Microsoft Research. Launched somewhere back in September 2006, it is still unknown to most of the Internet population. Even I didn’t know about it, a friend invited me few days ago. :P So I’m again giving out invitations, but sadly, this time it’s a limited stock :( .
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Many browsers allow you to import or export your bookmarks (aka favourites). This is really helpful if you are changing your default browser, and want all your bookmarks in the new browser.
Firefox has one of the most powerful and the easiest bookmarks manager. It’s very easy to organize your bookmarks in folders and sub-folders. It also has a built-in import/export feature for bookmarks. In this post I’ll tell you how you can backup Firefox bookmarks, and restore them whenever and wherever needed.
By default Firefox backs up your bookmarks daily. They can be found at
Then go to: C:\Documents and Settings\<user account>\Application Data\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\profile name\bookmarkbackups
Want to learn how to change the default title of Internet Explorer? It’s not so difficult. Just a little registry tweak, and your IE title bar will be changed in no time.
Just got an invite from Shankar! It’s really cool! Wondering what I’m talking about? It’s the new social networking place recently rolled out by Yahoo! called Yahoo! Mash.
Sorry to disappoint you guys, but I won’t be able to review Yahoo! Mash. I have high fever, soar throat and cold. :( Don’t worry, I won’t leave you thirsty… I’ll give a sneak peak of what Yahoo Mash is.
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