I have recently started programming a few free tools for you to use on here. They won't appeal to everyone, but to some, they may come in handy. At the moment I've got a Lottery Generator, Muddle A Word, Password Generator and a UNIX Timestamp Converter. As time goes on I will update the tools section with more random tools. If you have any suggestions too, then please feel free to comment below and I'll make it.
Gay social networking/dating website, Gaydar, has recently gained 50,000 likes on Facebook and to celebrate this, they've released a promo code that you can use to upgrade your account to a Premium Member for free that's valid for 7 days.
You will have to be quick though, as the promo code ends todays (which is why the title has "last chance" in it).
So to redeem your free weeks worth of premium membership on Gaydar, login to your account, then select "My Gaydar" and then the option "My Account". You should see a box saying "Do you have a... [read more]
Checked my emails in the early hours of this morning and noticed one titled "Britain's Got Talent - Your Audition" and immediately thought, ahhh it'll be something just to say that "due to the thousands of applications, we regret to inform you that you have not been excepted" ... well it didn't quite turn out like that... yep, that's right... I've been given an audition. An audition for Britain's Got Talent.
Well it seems I must get myself sorted out then for the audition... oh god, what am I going to do?! Be... [read more]
My little Brother has a Fisher-Price Kid Tough V2751/V2752 Camera, which is basically a small digital camera designed for kids. It's bulky, but perfect for children - with kid friendly buttons too. The resolution of the images that the camera takes are 640*480 and saved as JPG files, so can be edited on a computer with any image editing software. The camera has a built-in storage capacity of 128MB - enough for approximately 1,080 pictures, which is more than enough for any child!
Now to transfer... [read more]
I'm suprised I've not seen people doing this method of free image hosting yet with their websites and while it's been niggling at the back of my head, I thought I might aswell post about it.
Now normally if you have your own hosting account on a server somewhere in the world you will know that you're on a limit as to how much bandwidth you use (even these "unlimited bandwidth" ones ~ nothing's unlimited *fact*). Well if your website is mainly text based then you'll notice that depending on how many visitors you get, you don't really use... [read more]