Justin Pot is a blogger based in Boulder, Colorado who loves technology, people and nature. He tries to enjoy all three whenever possible. Check out JustinPot.com or, if you like audio, you can listen to Justin, alongside James and Dave, on Technophilia, earth's favorite Technology podcast.
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Justin's Latest Posts
Make your Mac more personal: change how applications, your desktop and the rest of OS X looks.
Remember when a few pixels could represent your sports heroes, and your imagination did the rest? Re-live that. Here are some 8- and 16-bit sports classics still worth playing today.
You decorate your office – why not your computer? Find out how to make Windows look just the way you want.
Get animated wallpaper for your Mac. It’s beautiful, useless, and fun.
Technology’s most prolific name-changer is at it again. The Verge is reporting that Microsoft will change the name for its online Word and Excel services, to “Office Online”.
Radio Search Engine regularly indexes online radio stations, allowing you to search for a specific song playing…somewhere. Tune into it and find out if it can be your regular jukebox.
Thinking of getting a game, but want to know how long it will take to play first? A couple of sites have statistics from other players, so you can look this up.
Add whatever information you want to your Mac’s desktop, and make it look great.
Want to earn a little money on the side, but don’t want to leave your house? Check out our latest free manual.
Tablets can be fantastic consuming information and playing games – and sometimes seem to be designed specifically for that. But there’s no reason you can’t also use your tablet to get some work done.
The Google News downloading service NewsToEbook now works with Feedly. With it you can download your unread items from Feedly to an EPUB or MOBI ebook file.
So much for “not possible”: EA is adding an offline mode to SimCity, free of charge, ten months after fans demanded it.
Leave no crap behind. AppCleaner is a free uninstaller for Mac that searches for and lets you delete all the settings, caches and other junk files programs you delete that would otherwise remain.
Are you a Linux user, but not too keen on Ubuntu? Maybe it’s time you tried KDE. Download “Guide To KDE: The Other Linux Desktop”, the latest free manual from MakeUseOf.
Downiton.mobi allows you to paste any file URL on a web form and push it to your Android device. No more manually typing URLs or emailing links to yourself — the future is here. It’s one of the nicest things about Google Play: you can install an app to your mobile device from the browser […]