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10 Amazing Crop Circles on Google Maps

Web Culture

10 Amazing Crop Circles on Google Maps

Crop circles were described as early as the 17th century. One of the first known records speculates they were caused by ‘airflows from the sky.’ In the 1970s and 80s, crop circles suddenly started appearing en masse throughout the English countryside. This caught the media’s attention and caused many speculations regarding their origin. At one point, the most plausible theory involved whirlwinds and other extraordinary meteorological phenomena.

Tina Sieber November 21, 2012
10 Amazing Crop Circles on Google Maps
Keep Log & Temp Files Under Control With This Windows Script

Windows

Keep Log & Temp Files Under Control With This Windows Script

I’ve spent a lot of time helping out friends and family with their computer issues, and I have to say that above all other problems, the one issue that I see come up again and again are temp files and log files eating up shrinking disk space and eventually bogging down the system. The temporary Internet files folder is a common culprit, but that’s one that has an easily solution.

Ryan Dube November 21, 2012
Keep Log & Temp Files Under Control With This Windows Script
New “YouAsked It” Site Posts Twitter Questions For You To Answer [Updates]

Internet

New “YouAsked It” Site Posts Twitter Questions For You To Answer [Updates]

If you have a little time to waste on Twitter, you might want to check out a new site called YouAsked.it. Created by Belgium developer, Maarten Schenk, “You Asked It” filters tweets with questions in them. When a question pops up, you get under 30 seconds to respond to it. To use You Asked It, you will of course need a Twitter account and a willingness to write pithy and witty responses to a range of questions.

Bakari Chavanu November 21, 2012
New “YouAsked It” Site Posts Twitter Questions For You To Answer [Updates]
Tired Of Your Mouse Cursor? Replace It With Something Fresh & Beautiful [Windows]

Windows

Tired Of Your Mouse Cursor? Replace It With Something Fresh & Beautiful [Windows]

Let’s face it, the mouse cursors included with Windows are getting a bit old. While it’s seen a few tweaks over the years, that white mouse cursor has remained largely the same for over a decade. You don’t have to wait for Microsoft to give Windows a new mouse cursor set – you can easily download and use beautiful user-created mouse cursor sets for Windows.

Chris Hoffman November 21, 2012
Tired Of Your Mouse Cursor? Replace It With Something Fresh & Beautiful [Windows]
Tweeting The Laughs: The 10 Funniest Comedians On Twitter

Internet

Tweeting The Laughs: The 10 Funniest Comedians On Twitter

Everybody needs to laugh from time to time. Life would be pretty dire without humor to lighten the dark moods that haunt many of us for periods of time. That’s why there are so many comedians in the world. Not the “comedians” that some poor unfortunate individuals share an office cubicle with, but the real funny men and women whose job it is to make us laugh.

Dave Parrack November 21, 2012
Tweeting The Laughs: The 10 Funniest Comedians On Twitter
What Is Port Forwarding & How Can It Help Me? [MakeUseOf Explains]

Technology Explained Web Culture

What Is Port Forwarding & How Can It Help Me? [MakeUseOf Explains]

Do you cry a little inside when someone tells you there’s a port forwarding problem and that’s why your shiny new app won’t work? Your Xbox won’t let you play games, your torrent downloads refuse to start, or your web server can’t be accessed? Well, I’m here to dispel the difficulty and explain just what port forwarding is, and how it can help you.

James Bruce November 21, 2012
What Is Port Forwarding & How Can It Help Me? [MakeUseOf Explains]
Word 2013: An In-Depth Review Of What You Should Expect

Windows

Word 2013: An In-Depth Review Of What You Should Expect

It’s been three years since Microsoft launched Office 2010. Released alongside online versions (Microsoft Office Web Apps) of its popular applications, the jewel in the crown of the suite was, of course, Microsoft Word. Offering some minor improvements to the user interface following the introduction of the ribbon menu in Word 2007, the 2010 release looks very much like its predecessor. With Word 2013, however, things are slightly different.

Christian Cawley November 21, 2012
Word 2013: An In-Depth Review Of What You Should Expect
The Best Tips For Freeing Up Spare Memory On Your iPad

iPhone and iPad

The Best Tips For Freeing Up Spare Memory On Your iPad

There’s no disputing the fact that iPhones and iPads are very sought after devices, but the price of owning these gadgets can be very costly, especially when Apple charges over $600-$700 for 32GB and 64GB models. So many customers end up getting a 16GB iPad, but what do you do you when start running out of memory space? Or another important question is, do you even need more than 16GB, especially in the era of cloud storage and syncing?

Bakari Chavanu November 21, 2012
The Best Tips For Freeing Up Spare Memory On Your iPad
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