Dear God I need to pray

8 May

Dear God is a global project for people around the world to share their innermost hopes – and fears – through prayer.
It doesn’t matter what your version of God is…Jesus, Allah, Buddha or simply a spiritual universal energy… praying to a higher power soothes and heals. It’s scientifically proven that people who pray are healthier, happier and more resilient.
Share your prayers and help people create hope one prayer at a time. Simply send your personal letter to your God and/or a picture that sums up your message visually. (Dear God will source a picture if you don’t have one).
Thank you God!

Trend Micro HouseCall free Online Virus and Spyware Scan

8 May

Trend Micro HouseCall is an application for checking whether your computer has been infected by viruses, spyware, or other malware. It also detects system vulnerabilities and provides a link so you can easily download missing security patches. After each scan, HouseCall delivers a detailed report, which identifies security threats detected on your computer.

As Dot What tells you all about file extensions

6 May

We have all been in a situation where someone sends us a file with an extension we don’t know, and of course we can not open the file.
As Dot What!? is a resource site providing information about file extensions, the part of the file name after the dot, like .jpg or .zip. You can search the database by selecting the first character of the extension from the character index or use the search function and find out what exactly the extension does and how it can be used. As Dot What!? mainly covers programs that run on Windows, Mac or Linux.

Pictures of last nights party

5 May

Did you also enjoy last nights party? Let’s see some pics!
The creator of these hip, voyeuristic and sometimes smelly pictures is Merlin Bronques, nightlife photographer. Yes, we know there is some nudity involved. We also know these pics are fresh!
In 2006 ‘Lastnightsparty: Where Were You Last Night?’, a book showcasing his work got published.

Find the latest news with Addictomatic

2 May

If you want to keep up with latest news, try Addictomatic.
Addictomatic lets you find news, videos, photos and blog posts by searching the best live sites on the web. It collects headlines, photos and videos from a number of RSS feeds and presents them in boxes so you can see the results from lots of sources all at once.
It’s the perfect tool to keep up with the hottest topics, perform ego searches and feed your addiction for what’s up and what’s now.
Founder of Addictomatic is Dave Pell who on the website claims to be the victim of internet overuse with a short attention span and a dwindling social life (which we in a way can relate to).
This is not a traditional search engine. It is not going to help you find your new adorable dog or plan your next trip to Peru. However if you want to know what’s going on with Hillary and Obama, and much more, your are at the right place.

Quick Share It makes sharing easy

2 May

Sometimes we need to upload images, a video or clippings and it has to be done quickly. QuickShareIt is a helpful free Mac application that will allow you to do so. Without setting up an account you can download the application, add it to your applications folder and drag the QuickShareIt to your dock. Then you can drag and drop your files to start uploading to the QuickShareIt servers. If you set up an account you can also easily organize your files.
It is possible to upload files up to 100MB, which is a lot. If the upload is completed a window called Recent Shares will pop up and you are able to see the file name, size, time and date of the uploaded file. By clicking the button right of the files you can copy the file’s URL to your clipboard and email the link to your clients or friends.
If you want to try QuickShareIt, just download the application and run it.

Amnesty International animation highlights human rights abuse

30 Apr

This animation was made by Amnesty International to stress their believe in the right to peaceful protest and freedom of expression. On the 100 day countdown to the Olympics, Amnesty International launched the first in a series of four hard-hitting animations highlighting human rights abuse in China in the run up to the Games.