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
Organize your favorite retro games in style – then play them. OpenEmu is a long-awaited Mac exclusive that combines emulation for a dozen systems into a single, slick program. It makes browsing your ROMs a delight, and can run most of your collection.
It’s the holidays, and that means meeting with friends and family – and politics might come up. Are you wondering if your political viewpoints are correct?
Is your browsing too slow? Block the stuff that’s bogging you down. QuickJava is a simple Firefox extension that gives you the ability to temporarily turn off browser plugins and make Firefox faster.
Don’t worry Google, I think you can get everyone onto your network in just a few months if you really push. Here are my suggestions.
Tired of all your folders looking the same in Mac OS X? Boost productivity and beautify your desktop, add custom folder icons for your most visited directories.
Twitter’s Mac app brings a number of updates. Users can now preview images in the timeline, check out a user’s profile and quickly see more details about any tweet – all without leaving the app.
Stop iTunes from launching, and use your media keys with a program you don’t hate. Here’s how.
The Internet’s down, everybody panic! If you’ve ever said that, out loud, maybe it’s time to start thinking about how to prepare for outages.
Could you be trying to understand your family, and the values that you and your siblings have?
Microsoft: we need to talk. Yes, it’s about those Scroogle ads. No, I don’t think they’re funny, and no: I don’t think Google is worried about them.
Surplus information is what makes the Internet suck – it creates the feeling that you’re missing something if you don’t check. Get that happy Internet feeling back: cut the crap. Start now.
Still using Microsoft Word to write for the web? You’re doing it wrong.
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Do you love YouTube playlists, but wish you could watch them outside your browser? You can use VLC for the job, thanks to a simple extension. Here’s how.
Use Hangouts outside the browser. An overlooked Chrome extension from Google lets you chat without opening Gmail or Google+.