If you’re a movie buff that just can’t get enough of the trailers, teasers and clips from upcoming movies, HD-Trailers makes it easy to get your fill.
At the financial blog The Simple Dollar they’ve assembled a list of ten unusual ways to improve your confidence. Among them? Improving your posture with that old DIY standby, duct tape.
Qantas has spruced up the design of its web site, but the process apparently didn’t include any proper testing in Firefox.
Windows Live Messenger (aka MSN Messenger, aka Microsoft’s ad-laden IM client) turns 10 this week, and Microsoft calculates that 4.5 million Australians use it each month. I have a simple question: why?
Microsoft has rolled out Service Pack 2 for Office 2008 on the Mac. As well as the usual bug fixes and promises of speed improvements, the update also includes a couple of new features.
If you pay your Telstra bill by wandering into the local post office, here’s a pretty powerful reason to dump that practice: from September 14, you’ll have to pay $2.20 for the privilege.
In the GPS world, nothing much comes for free, but Navigon’s new iPhone direction-finding app comes close: you can install it for nothing and check out a pretty comprehensive set of Australian maps.
We live in a culture of oversharing, so odds are someone, somewhere will be snapping and posting photos taken of you at various events. To help ensure you look your best, heed where you position your tongue.