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เขียนโดย hahaman | 2:20 AM | | 0 ความคิดเห็น »

ATnotes is a FREEWARE program which creates notes on the desktop. It sits in the taskbar and takes very few resource.

A lot of translation

The user interface supports natively english and german language, which is set automatically according to the system default language. A lot of additionnal translation are available. And if you don't find your language, translating ATnotes is very easy.

Change the way your notes look

The notes are fully customizable : font, text size, color or transparency can be changed to make clear and beautiful notes. For important notes, You can make it always visible, so you won't forget it.

Example of a note always on top


You can set alarm for each note, which will bring the note to front, and flash it with a sound.

The next alarm is indicated in the ballon tip.

Minimize big notes

When a note is minimized, only the first line is displayed, reducing the desktop space used

Example of a minimized note : only the first line is show.

The same note when the cursor goes over it

Open notes links

Atnotes recognize links in notes so you can open them directly.

Example of notes with links

Reference : link

Game : jRisk

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jRisk is a free clone of the strategic board game Risk. The game is played by allocating armies to the territories that you control, and then attacking neighboring territories in order to conquer them. jRisk has a simple map format, network play, single player mode, hotseat, and many more features. Requires Java 1.4 or higher.

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Photo Print Calendar

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Photo Print Calendar is a powerful tool for creating common wall calendars. You can use your own images as main picture for every single months. Photo Print Calendar is international and allows users to format the view of days and weeks in different local ways. The easy to use interface gives access to all options and allows creating your own calendar in a few minutes. Nice December tool, even for creating personal (Christmas) gifts.

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Mind Map on Web

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MindMeister brings the concept of mind mapping to the web, using its facilities for real-time collaboration to allow truly global brainstorming sessions. Users can create, manage and share mind maps online and access them anytime, from anywhere. In brainstorming mode, fellow MindMeisters from around the world (or just in different rooms) can simultaneously work on the same mind map and see each other's changes as they happen. is a simple and free web application that lets you brainstorm online.

Mind Map (Free ware)

เขียนโดย hahaman | 11:03 PM | , | 1 ความคิดเห็น »

FreeMind is a premier free mind-mapping ( software written in Java. The recent development has hopefully turned it into high productivity tool. We are proud that the operation and navigation of FreeMind is faster than that of MindManager because of one-click "fold / unfold" and "follow link" operations.

So you want to write a completely new metaphysics? Why don't you use FreeMind? You have a tool at hand that remarkably resembles the tray slips of Robert Pirsig, described in his sequel to Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance called Lila. Do you want to refactor your essays in a similar way you would refactor software? Or do you want to keep personal knowledge base, which is easy to manage? Why don't you try FreeMind? Do you want to prioritize, know where you are, where you've been and where you are heading, as Stephen Covey would advise you? Have you tried FreeMind to keep track of all the things that are needed for that?


เขียนโดย hahaman | 12:05 AM | | 0 ความคิดเห็น »

MediaWiki is free server-based software which is licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL). It's designed to be run on a large server farm for a website that gets millions of hits per day. MediaWiki is an extremely powerful, scalable software and a feature-rich wiki implementation, that uses PHP to process and display data stored in its MySQL database.

Pages use MediaWiki's wikitext format, so that users without knowledge of XHTML or CSS can edit them easily.

When a user submits an edit to a page, MediaWiki writes it to the database, but without deleting the previous versions of the page, thus allowing easy reverts in case of vandalism or spamming. MediaWiki can manage image and multimedia files, too, which are stored in the filesystem. For large wikis with lots of users, MediaWiki supports caching and can be easily coupled with Squid proxy server software.

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Free web site wiki

เขียนโดย hahaman | 11:55 PM | | 0 ความคิดเห็น »


PBwiki - Wiki Workshop

Why PBwiki?

* A central, secure online place to store your information or manage your group. Fully hosted and secured by PBwiki. Control who sees different pages and folders on your wiki using PBwiki security.
* Share knowledge and dramatically reduce emails. Use PBwiki features like automatic notifications, access controls, and file sharing.
* Flexible collaboration: PBwiki lets you manage your life or your group your way. No more trying to fit your unique needs into restrictive, one-size-fits-all software. PBwiki is completely customizable

XnView (Freeware)

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Revo Uninstaller (Freeware)

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if you not view please goto link refrence.

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Here at YouTube, we're always trying to find new ways to enrich your viewing experience and to help video creators reach a wider audience. As part of this goal, we've added a new captioning feature which allows you to give viewers a deeper understanding of your video. Captions can help people who would not otherwise understand the audio track to follow along, especially those who speak other languages or who are deaf and hard of hearing.

You can add captions to one of your videos by uploading a closed caption file using the "Captions and Subtitles" menu on the editing page. To add several captions to a video, simply upload multiple files. If you want to include foreign subtitles in multiple languages, upload a separate file for each language. There are over 120 languages to choose from and you can add any title you want for each caption. If a video includes captions, you can activate them by clicking the menu button located on the bottom right of the video player. Clicking this button will also allow viewers to choose which captions they want to see.

Some of our partners have already started using captions to offer you a better understanding of their videos (even with the audio turned off):

- BBC Worldwide: captions are provided in five different languages on this clip from Top Gear.
- CNET: tech product reviews from CNET's Crave blog.
- UC Berkeley: footage from the Opencast Project Open House.
- MIT: full lectures on subjects like Physics.
- Gonzodoga: English subtitles on this awesome Japanese animation.

We hope captions will serve to tighten the YouTube community by bringing together international users from different cultures.
We're excited to see what kinds of fun and creative uses for captions you'll be coming up with for your videos!

For more information about how to use captions, visit this page.
The YouTube Team

Over at the Android bat cave, there's some interesting news going down. Today, Android announced the public release of its "cupcake" branch. This new branch offers a number of application enhancements, including bug fixes, a video recorder, the ability to save MMS attachments and more. System enhancements include better bluetooth support, better HTTP handling and, most importantly, a new JavaScript engine built on SquirrelFish.

Unlike the main Android trunk release, which is built on Linux 2.6.25, cupcake has been built on the updated Linux 2.6.27. Notably, the new system software offers basic x86 support and will allow third party manufacturers to develop and deploy their own handset-specific APIs.

Cupcake is a development branch rather than a release branch. According to the cupcake roadmap page, it remains distinctly a work in progress. This first release represents a big commit of changes since Android's 1.0 release; future plans are for smaller updates as the cupcake changes stabilize. The announcement page emphasizes that cupcake is an outgrowth of Android's roadmap; the roadmap allows for project forking with development continuing on in private branches, which is what cupcake is.

The cupcake branch updates will eventually be merged back into the main Android trunk. This will probably not happen until early to mid January due to the American holiday season. Given the number of bug fixes covered by the cupcake release, this will likely be a welcome update for most Android users.

reference : link

The Mozilla Project has just recently issued two updates for their Firefox browser: Firefox 3.0.4 was updated to version 3.0.5, thus fixing a total of 5 security issues; Firefox has been updated to version, making this the final update this browser will get from Mozilla. With this recent release the Mozilla Project has officially terminated the Firefox 2.0 browser which first saw the light of day back in 2006. Well, the only constant is change as they say, and Mozilla is now focusing all its development power on Firefox 3.0 and Firefox 3.1.

Quality Assurance Engineer with the Mozilla Corporation, Samuel Sidler comments: “Mozilla is not planning any further security & stability updates for Firefox 2, and recommends that you upgrade to Firefox 3 as soon as possible. It’s free, and your settings and bookmarks will be preserved. Also, the Phishing Protection service will no longer be available for Firefox 2 users. Firefox 3 offers a free Phishing and Malware Protection service, which will continue to protect you from online scams and attacks.”

The whole update process goes something like this: within the near future you will be prompted that an update has been downloaded and you need to update your Firefox 3.0 or 2.0 browser (assuming you already have them installed on your machine). Please note that Firefox works on several operating systems, including Windows OS, MAC OS X and Linux, and is free to download and run. If you are really itching to get the update as soon as possible, you could always manually launch the update, just click Help -> Check for Updates.

Since updating to Firefox is redundant (you are strongly advised to switch to Firefox 3.0), here is what you can expect to get from Firefox 3.0.5:
- A total of 8 security holes have been plugged. These vulnerabilities affected several aspects of the browser, including SessionStore, JavaScript, CSS parser, and memory corruption due to crashes. Some of the vulnerabilities have been deemed critical, so upgrading is worth it, mainly from a security perspective.
- The browser now boasts about increased stability and accessibility.
- Language support for Bengali, Galician, Latvian, Esperanto and Hindi.
- On initial installation, users will be presented with a “Know Your Rights” info bar which replaces the EULA (End-User License Agreement).
- In the crash reporter it is not possible to send out OS-specific system notes.

In related browser news, Opera 9.63 update has just been released, fixing some security issues as well. In the Google camp spirits were high when Google Chrome 1.0 dropped, but it turns out that in terms of password security Chrome does not fair all that well (just like Safari 3.2)

If you would like to get Mozilla Firefox 3.0.5, a download location is available here.
If you would like to get Mozilla Firefox, a download location is available here.
If you would like to get Mozilla Firefox 3.1 Beta 2, a download location is available here.