I have this collection of well meaning bookmarks that just expands until I have to dump them somewhere. I’ve tried out some of the social bookmark sites but none of them have the one feature I really need which is to somehow give me the time to go through them.
So I thought I’d post them here with a brief description.
- I found this pretty good list of Vista tips. My tip would be just don’t install Vista.
- STADS is a program to easily switch out the default audio device. Unfortunately support for multiple audio devices is lacking. I’ve yet to try out how Vista handles this with it’s improved mixer.
- A photo gallery of sexy Star Wars recruiter posters. I really should have one of them as my wallpaper. Though my current wallpaper isn’t bad.
- Here is an interesting interview with John Carmack about the ongoing debate to Ray Trace or not.
- I’ve always wanted to learn how to Silkscreen so I could make my own witty T-shirts.
- WordNetÂ® is a large lexical database of English. In other words it’s an online dictionary/thesaurus thing that’s also available for download.
- The United States Navy Electricity & Electronics Training Series seemed like a good place to brush up on my electronics.
- The css-discuss wiki seems like a real good place to get some design advice.
- One of these days I’ll memorize a solution to the Rubik’s Mini Cube. For now I have a few general moves and then I stab around in the dark until it magically solves itself.
- If I ever invent something this Online Machine Shop might be a good place for some prototypes.
- I’m the proud owner of a partial Lego Mindstorms kit. The Bricx Command Center looked like the best free software out there to control and program it.
- We really hate how outdated the game Guess Who is. If you ever wanted to design an accurate game the 2000 Census seems like a good place to start.
I think that’s it for this round. I hope you enjoy all the things I’ll never have time for.