Monthly Archives: June 2008

The Best Foods You Aren’t Eating [Health]

The New York Times Well blog asked nutritionist and author Jonny Bowden to round up the healthiest easy-to-find foods that rarely make their way into our shopping carts. The resulting 11 foods, ranging from beets and Swiss chard to pumpkin … Continue reading

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Start Using the New iGoogle Today [Screenshot Tour]

Last week we told you about iGoogle’s new look, which they’ve rolled out to a few users in June and will continue to roll out to users through July. However, if you’re dying to start using the new iGoogle today … Continue reading

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ZDNet Clock Overclocks Your Mac Pro [Featured Mac Download]

Mac OS X only: Freeware application ZDNet Clock overclocks your Mac Pro’s processor for faster performance. As the name suggests, the application is made by the German branch of tech web site ZDNet, and according to the download page the … Continue reading

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The Netgear Open Source Router [Stuff We Like]

The Netgear Open Source Router is aimed specifically at running third-party, open-source firmwares like previously mentioned Tomato or DD-WRT. We’ve covered installing these firmwares on supported routers here and here, but Netgear’s Open Source Router is unique in that it’s … Continue reading

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Set Your Chat Privacy on a Schedule [Instant Messaging]

All things Mac web site Macworld details how to set your instant message privacy status on a schedule to help you stay productive during your busy times. Unfortunately there are no IM clients that allow for privacy scheduling, so the … Continue reading

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Postalmethods.com – Automated Snail Mail

What it doesPostalMethods is a web-based solution for businesses that allows them to automate the snail mailing process. The service is ideal for sending invoices, quotes or any other mass-mailing that is not able to be done by email. With … Continue reading

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