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Some cool software and more!!!

Posted by icecafe on June 19, 2009

1. With AndreaMosaic you can create your own photographic mosaics made with your own pictures. A photo mosaic is an image composed of many tiled photos:

sample photo mosaics

Sample images to show you what you can create with AndreaMosaic.

2.  20 Facebook tips/tricks you might not know:

3.  70 Outstanding Out of Bounds Photos:

Enjoy !!!


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25 Really Cool ScreenSavers

Posted by icecafe on June 16, 2009

Link: 25 Really Cool ScreenSavers To Download

Some examples:

  1. The One Ring

    This freeware screensaver has been specially created for all the fans of The Lord of the Rings and J.R.R. Tolkien. If you liked the book or the movie, this screensaver will make a great addition to your collection.


  1. System 47 Star Trek LCARS Screensaver

    System 47 is a nice screensaver that will display Star Trek LCARS interface on your screen with various interesting animations. System47 was just a generic name made up for an arbitrary planetary system. Though the program has started and will continue to include more non-planetary displays in the future.


  1. The Matrix Revolutions 3D Screensaver

    Float through Matrix code as it forms images from the trilogy. It works fine with multi-monitors.


  1. Twingly

    If you want to experience the true blogosphere, download the twingly screensaver, a very cool desktop screensaver that lets you visualize global blog activity in real time.


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A clip about Aachen city

Posted by icecafe on June 2, 2009

(Made by nong dan Aachen)

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Posted by icecafe on June 2, 2009

PersonalBrain is mind mapping software from TheBrain Technologies.[1] It uses a dynamic graphical interface that maps hierarchical and network relationships.[2] It includes the ability to add links to Web pages and files as well as notes and events using a built-in calendar.[3] It is cross-platform, available for Windows, Unix and Unix-like operating systems, and Mac OS X. [4] It is available in a free edition as well as in commercial editions with additional features.[3]

(Source: Wiki)

Some screenshots:

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