iDuino – Arduino compatible prototyping board

Hai.. Long time again since my last post. Just updated something, for my own notes, and anyone who an share this. Last few month I have bought a electronic prototyping platform, which contains a mictrocontroller Atmega168. The board I bought was iDuino, a derivative from another electronic platform, that is Arduino. They are open source […]

Web 2.0 button – Photoshop tips

I just found a new Photoshop tutorial, Its a simple tutorial, to create a Web 2.0 button for your website. It will look like glossy crystal look, some kinda elegant. The article is available here[dead link now]. The tutorial is simple, showing a few suggestion on blending options that needed to give the glossy look. […]

Custom login plugin

You might develop a website for your client using WordPress, and want to customize the login page. There are a hacks to modify custom login screen at BinaryMoon, but they also develop a custom login plugin to make your life easier. Just place the plugin into your wp-content/plugins folder, activate, and you already have a […]

Web-based image editor

Once in a while, you might caught at a computer, updating your blog maybe, and you need to edit your pictures. Some would suggest a portable image editor in your pendrive. Another alternative would be online/web-based image editor. One that you could try is rsizr. It will immediately prompt you to open a image file […]

Create creative photos at BigHugeLabs

Just found this cool website, BigHugeLabs. You can create a custom badge, motivation poster, movie poster, calendar, and so much more with your own image. One important feature is, you can use any image of your own, either upload it, or import it directly from you flickr or photobucket account. Its really makes me addicted!! […]

Batch Image Resize in Linux

Previously I have posted about batch image resizing, in Windows, using a Window tool, Portable Batch Image Resizer. Currently now I’m using Fedora, and I need a tool to automatically resize all my images for uploading. I found an article telling how to do this. I moved my pictures, to a temporary folder, in case […]

Google Search for Malware and Viruses

There was an article I found in my surfing time about viruses, from PcWorld, Google Binary Search help Identify Malware. Google have a little-known capability to search binaries, that will be useful to search malware and virus binaries across the internet. This google hacks have been implemented by metasploit research team, to provide a good […]