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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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Most of you probably have anti-virus software on your computer. If you do, good job; however, are you sure it works? Let’s do a quick test.

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Bluescreen BSOD Screensaver for Windows

Posted by Rich On February - 28 - 200827 COMMENTS

Blue Screen (BSOD)

I just found this screensaver. Any of you that have been using Windows for sometime will be familiar with this screen! Get it here.

Check out: Bad Timing – Windows Error Screen Pictures

Freeware Applications for Your Every Need

Posted by Rich On February - 27 - 2008155 COMMENTS

A huge list of freeware programs including the following types: graphic and DTP, internet, multimedia, office applications, security and privacy protection, and more. This list completes all your needs without spending a penny.

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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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