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Sunday, February 22, 2009

Comeks: add more fun to your photos.

well, I know lots of you wants to hack their beautiful photos and add some comic fun unto them.
this will make your photos/pictures a bit more funny, and it's more fun to read the bubbles.
Comeks is a service where you can add cartoony images and stickers along with speech bubbles to your photos without using desktop photo editing tools. You can make your Comeks using your computer and Mobile devices.

Comeks has a large collection of colorful images for you to choose from. You just have to upload your photo from your computer or mobile phones and you can start adding “stuff” to your photos. If you’re going to upload your own stickers, it would be a great idea if you use transparent images for better effect. There are lots of transparent images out there that you can download for free.

The application is simple and easy to use. Just stick something on it and resize it. You can share your creations in Facebook, Bebo, Twitter, Flickr, Tumblr, Email and MMS.
Comeks also supports Android, iPhone, Sony Ericsson Phones and Nokia Phones. Since you can share your Comeks via email, it goes without saying that you can also Photoblog.

Comeks can be a fun way to share photos.

For more info about Computer related stuff check out this site : Twitter Music Sharing.

Sharing music on Twitter is easy but you can only do this with shortened urls, so they will be redirected to a page that contains the music. so you have to tell your tweeps that the link contains the music.

But here is a simple tool: With this tool you can share music on Twitter. Its url can easily be distinguished as music related plus it includes a musical note character to your music tweets. provides you with a personalized URL for your music tweet. It displays the shared music in a Twitter-like manner including the avatar. There’s also a “retweet” link so that others may share the music tweet as well. You can also view their tracks-page to see what others are sharing.

To use the service, all you need to do is provide the Artist’s name, track name and your Twitter username (for the avatar). You can let stream your music which uses or provide your own mp3 link if it’s not available.

For more info about Computer related stuff check out this site

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

SafeHouse Explorer: Hide, Lock and Encrypt Files and Folders in USB.

We use our USB drive to carry the data we have from one place to another, but not always you are sure that your data is completely protected. Data on ipod, removable drives, memory cards and portable media can be hidden, locked and also encrypted with a freeware.

SafeHouse Explorer will protect your documents, photos, videos, spreadsheets on you USB and other Portable medias. It's really easy to use. Just simple drag-and-drop files in the application and it will encrypt, hide or lock the file. There are tons of settings and configurations to choose from.

Your data is in safe protection thanks to the super strong 128-bit advanced encryption. And best of all, this is a portable app which means you can run it directly from your USB drive.
SafeHouse Explorer is a very good tool for hiding and encrypting data from others.

download SafeHouse Explorer from here: Download SafeHouse Explorer

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Extensions on Google Chrome by May.

We all know Chrome, the new browser started by google. It started with the most basic and common features that everyone asked for. But now, we see Google slowly is adding more and more features to Chrome.

One of the reasons why lots of people still aren't using Chrome as their primary browser is because of lack of extensions (plugins, addons) in it. But firefox has a vast collection of addons available.

And according to the Google OS blog, it is expected that we will see Chrome with extensions by May 2009. A session on Chrome extensions at Google I/O conference documents revealed some information that give hints of extensions coming to Chrome.

Learn how Google Chrome makes it easy to write extensions using the web technologies you already know. This talk will cover the basics of the extensionsystem (distribution/packaging, installation, updates), as well as the different APIs to enhance with the browser.

I wonder if this will work out the right way for Chrome?

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