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Mininova Adds Another Billion Torrent Downloads April 12, 2009

Filed under: 1 — scorchman @ 9:13 pm

Mininova, one of the world’s most visited BitTorrent sites, broke another download record today. Just a few hours ago the download counter displayed a staggering 8,000,000,000 downloads. That’s enough for everyone on planet earth to have one – and then some.

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25 Rare WordPress Templates 2009 April 6, 2009

Filed under: 1 — scorchman @ 12:31 am

I searched for many hours and collected like 100 WordPress Templates. Then I finally chose the Best Templates among all of them and have now came up with 25 Free Premium Looking WordPress Templates that are really nice and unique.

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14 Incredibly Useful Web Design Cheat Sheets

Filed under: 1 — scorchman @ 12:29 am

A useful set of cheat sheets for web designers.

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10 Useful Flash Components for Graphing Data

Filed under: 1 — scorchman @ 12:28 am

In this article, you will find ten excellent Flash components that will help you in building stunningly attractive, complex, and interactive data visuals. These components will help you create an assortment of graphs and charts to aid in presenting otherwise boring and stale numerical data.

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Linus Omark – The Swedish Youtube Sensation [VID]

Filed under: 1 — scorchman @ 12:27 am

This guy is a beast…why can’t the Leafs draft someone with this kind of raw talent 😦

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30 Creative Examples of Illustrations in Web Design March 22, 2009

Filed under: 1 — scorchman @ 1:34 am

Adding illustrative elements to a web design can take it to a whole new level. In this article, you’ll be able to set your eyes on some of the best examples of websites that have chosen to use illustrated elements as part of the design.

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It’s time to party like it’s 1234567890 – ’cause it is! February 12, 2009

Filed under: 1 — scorchman @ 12:14 am

Get your geek on for the one and only 1234567890 day. On this Friday, Feb 13 at exactly 3:31 (PST), Unix time (WTF is Unix time?) will equal ‘1234567890’.

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