Offtopic: Hey, cut me some slack bro. It's Halloween. I'm in zombie mode. :) Oh and about the ugly rounded box at the very end of everything, I know about it, since I put it there. :P When I get time, I'll stick other stuff into the box.
automatically resizes programs for you, keeping them at a specific size or keeping them maximized. One popular use is to keep Internet Explorer Maximized when you go on the web. It works with most programs, including Notepad, web browsers, and many others.
Oh great, they stole my line, now what am I supposed to say? Well, I gave it a quick spin and noticed some apps (Opera USB) don't seem to work with it (even though I used the window class search method, which is more reliable). But it does play well with most programs and it's easy to use, so get it if you need it. :)
Zombie Detection SystemAre you hiding a zombie? Use the Zombie Detection System to hunt them down! :) Disclaimer: The Zombie Detection System only tracks computer zombies, not those of the undead kind. :P
Free Legal Music SitesTop Places To Get Free and Legal Music @ Mashable lists 12 of the best places on the web to find free and legal music. An apt and well-timed resource considering all the ominous news surrounding not-so-legal music. :)
SplashupSplashup, formerly known as Fauxto, bring the power of Photoshop/Paint.net/GIMP/your favorite image editor to your browser. With layers, integration with popular photo sharing services (Facebook, Flickr, Picasa), brushes and lots more, Splashup looks and feels just like any regular desktop image editor.
But it beats the offline competition with its ability to open/save images from/to itself, Facebook, Flickr, Picasa, any image URL, your own computer or webcam. The only obstacle I faced was the lack of keyboard shortcuts. Other than that, Splashup is great for quick image edits. In fact, the Splashup logo used here is edited with Splashup (although I forgot to resize it). :)
DisqusDisqus is a commenting and forum system that you can just stick into your WordPress/Blogger/TypePad/MovableType blog like Intense Debate (the commenting system I'm using here). Disqus is packed with features like threaded comments, clout (commenter's reputation), anti-spam and control over your blog's comments.
One interesting feature in Disqus is that each post is given a separate thread in your forum and other registered users can start new threads (that are not linked to any of your posts) in your forum as well. This is certainly a quick and easy way to create a community and spur discussion on your site.
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