Posts Tagged ‘Home’

CSS Menu Builder

Tuesday, November 11th, 2008

CSS Menu Builder has 30+ horizontal menus, 700+ vertical menus combinations and their breadcrumb menus that consist of more than 200+ combinations, in total the site offers more than 1000 menu combinations not including the endless color combinations.

Link: CSS Menu Builder

Set Up A Debian Or Ubuntu Machine As A Maildrop

Sunday, October 26th, 2008

The setup described here enables you to store all your email (and email for other people) on a single machine, which might be a home server, a remotely hosted server, or even a desktop, and then access it from anywhere.

Link: Webmonkey

Free Fantasy Sports League Finance Management

Wednesday, October 22nd, 2008

Simply put, League Safe is a fantasy commissioner’s best friend. We eliminate the hassle of managing league entry fees and payouts by automating the entire process. League members pay their dues using one of our convenient and 100 percent safe and secure online payment options. League funds are held safely in an FDIC-insured account at our partner bank and distributed in accordance with league rules at season’s end.


Hack Your Wii For Homebrew Apps & DVD Playback

Tuesday, October 21st, 2008

Despite the fact that it ships with a DVD drive, for whatever godforsaken reason, the Nintendo Wii doesn’t support DVD playback—until last week, that is, when a homebrew hacker released a tool that enables DVD playback on your Wii. The best part? You don’t have to crack open your Wii or disturb your hardware in any way to install it. Let’s take a detailed look at how to softmod your Wii with the Twilight hack to run homebrew apps. Then we’ll show you how to install the Wii port of the open source media player, mplayer, to turn your Wii into a DVD (or should I say WiiVD?) player.

Link: Lifehacker