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Yourself Fitness, an alternative to shoot 'em up Xbox and PS2 games, is a diet and fitness program that acts as your "virtual personal trainer."
Discover Magazine cites a study where two groups of people took IQ tests: one that was under the influence of marijuana and the other that was interrupted by email messages - and the potheads performed better.
Editor: this post rose up from the dead to haunt you again! Happy Halloween and happy trick or treating!
Got some table elements to dispose of? The delete key won't hack it. Pressing Delete just clears table contents.
An article at Weblog CruftBox goes beyond the "stick it in the dishwasher" advice for washing baseball caps.
A new web page from Phil Bradley offers a list of things you want to do and a boatload of ways to get them done.
RSS reader Bloglines lets you control which feeds appear when viewing your subscriptions on a mobile device.
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Website Digg.com provides social bookmarking with a twist. Users submit stories for communal review rather than editorial inspection.
Developer TVHarmony's new AutoPilot beta software automatically transfers, converts and stores TV shows from TiVo into your favorite formats, including AVI, Sony PSP and iPod Video.
From the Denver Police, a timely list of tips to keep your kids safe.
Today only. Essential PIM is offering free Pro licenses for their software. Follow the link to their home page, click on the Halloween logo and enter your registration information.
Found film lets you travel in time. Some collectors make a specialty of collecting antique cameras, hoping to find those still loaded with exposed film.
Reader Kailash Nadh tipped us off to the new LendMonkey service. It's a way of sharing your CDs and DVDs and other media with others.
Website Adverse Realms offers a step-by-step guide to putting ripped DVD content onto your TiVo for on-demand viewing.
Test a beta. Protect your machine. VMware lets you play around with a beta without needing a dedicated testing computer. It all works by emulation.
Automatically clean out your junk drawer and recover much-needed disk space.
Channel Frederator launches next week at the iTunes Music store. It's a free weekly cartoon video podcast. (You'd think by now people would have started calling these vidcasts, but the name hasn't caught on yet.)
Long week? Annoying boss? Irritating coworkers?