Create custom paper CD case

This website creates custom PDF file that can be printed and folded to create paper jewel case.

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Stop or start a service – across your entire network

Stopping and starting services in windows is easy. What if a vulnerability was found and you needed to quickly stop a service across your entire network? This command line program and script will allow you to stop or start a service across your entire network – in just one line.

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Official Ubuntu Linux VMware Images

These are official VMware images of Ubuntu, including the latest stable releases (both desktop and server), as well as support for i386 and amd64.

Run multiple operating systems inside Windows using free VMware player.
http://www.vmware.com/products/player/

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Rounded corners without images

Rounded Corners with CSS are a hot topic in web design: I think that there are hundreds of articles on them. This page is intended to present the solution I came up, that doesn’t requires images, extra markup nor CSS.

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12 Lessons for Those Afraid of CSS and Standards

�if you
�re starting to work with CSS, everything you�ve learned to this point probably feels useless, or worse than useless.�

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25 Best Free Quality Fonts

Most fonts presented below are absolutely license-free which means that you can use them for both private, personal and commercial purposes without any limitations whatsoever.

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Learning Ruby: A Complete Guide

Come Learn Ruby with

Satish Talim

Satish Talim
My interest in Ruby was aroused after I read an article Ruby the Rival in November 2005. I decided to learn Ruby myself and started making my study notes. What’s presented here is a result of that.

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Top 11 Ruby Metaprogramming Techniques

Nice post about metaprogramming on Ruby! A “must see”. A survey of 11 possible metaprogramming techniques in Ruby. These tips are probably most useful for programmers that come to Ruby from another language or haven’t experienced the joy of Ruby Metaprogramming yet.

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Free Portable Apps for your USB memory stick! Must see!

A perfect directory of Free Portable Applications for your USB Memory Stick! Great apps which can be taken with you.
코맨트들을 보라.

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Python Programming for Beginners

In this tutorial, you will learn how to write applications that use command-line options, read and write to pipes, access environment variables, handle interrupts, read from and write to files, create temporary files and write to system logs. In other words, you will find recipes for writing real applications instead of the old boring Hello, World!

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New website design showcase

There’s a brand new CSS site gallery out that has some great sites. Really good resource for web designers in need of inspiration. Allows start-up sites to get the same attention that the big guys get.

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How to Change Windows XP Product Key or Serial and Registration Information

The Magical Jelly Bean Keyfinder is a freeware utility that retrieves your Product Key (cd key) used to install windows from your registry and allows you to change windows product key or serial and registration information.

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Better fonts – over 10,000 fonts for free!

This page kicks arse. No b/s, just problem free font downloads !! Love it.

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TUTORIAL: CSS Transparency in Mozilla, IE, and Opera

An extensive and easy tutorial on how to implement opacity / transparency in your images via CSS3. This tutorial tells you how to make it work in three popular browsers.

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The 46 Best-ever Freeware Utilities

Yes, you’re right, you’ve seen it before, but it’s being updated quite frequently. Take a look. Read on

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How to synchronize Outlook with Google Calendar, Gmail, iPod, others

This is a tutorial (with diagram) on how to synchronize Microsoft Outlook (multiple locations), Google Calendar, Gmail, iPod, and mobile phone with Funambol / ScheduleWorld.

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Python Programming for Beginners

“Despite what assembly code and C coders might tell us, high-level languages do have their place in every programmer’s toolbox, and some of them are much more than a computer-science curiosity. Out of the many high-level languages we can choose from today, Python seems to be the most interesting for those who want to learn something new..”

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359 Free Unix/Linux Books

The best collection I have ever found. It’s Google’s #1 rated too:
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=free+computer+books&
btnG=Google+Search

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Mastering Ajax: Build DOM-based Web applications

In previous articles in this series, you’ve examined the concepts involved in Document Object Model (DOM) programming — how the Web browser views a Web page as a tree — and you should now understand the programming structures used in the DOM.

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112 Windows Run Commands

Wanted to Browse fast in windows. Remember these commands.
This will really save a lot of time of your. There are many
commands which you might have never seen or never knew.
There are certain properties of windows which you hardly know
exist in windows. Here is a list of 112 run commands.

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