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I recently made this site viewable in many more languages. I’m surprised by how much you are using this service already. If English is not your first language, please let me know how this is working for you. (To change language, click on a flag in the top right of this page.)

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Let’s face it — we love to waste time. We love to relax and lets our minds wander. Now we’ve got that out of the way… lets waste some time!!

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Create a Transparent Favicon for Your Website

Posted by Rich On February - 28 - 200859 COMMENTS

Are you a webmaster who would like to create an icon for your website that will show when someone adds your page as a bookmark?

Do you already have one, but dislike the white box that surrounds your icon?

If so, this guide is for you.
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Bad Timing – Windows Error Screen Pictures

Posted by Rich On February - 27 - 200818 COMMENTS

I just got these in my e-mail. I am sure you have seen many of them, but take time to enjoy the wonders of Microsoft. You should also check out Windows Quirks You Really Should Try.

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What Did The Internet Look Like in 1996?

Posted by Rich On February - 24 - 200829 COMMENTS

Want to see what the internet looked like back in 1996?

I have compiled some screenshots of the more popular sites. How do they compare to today’s versions?

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Access Websites That Require You to Login [How To]

Posted by Rich On February - 24 - 200816 COMMENTS

When you search on Google, often you click on an applicable result – to find that you arrive at a registration page.

The reason is that there are some websites that allow Google to browse for content, but not you.

With this easy hack, you can disguise yourself as Google by changing your browser’s identity (named user agent) to Googlebot.

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