I just got a new Asus netbook and it came with Windows XP Home installed. First thing I wanted to do is install Ubuntu Netbook Remix and not having a built in CD-Rom on this thing is not that easy.
This tool called UNetbootin makes it really easy. Not only that it makes any flash drive bootable, but it can also download the ISO file for a lot of popular Linux distributions for you. It’s very easy to use and very lightweight. Windows version comes as one executable file and it’s about 3mb. Continue reading “Great tool to make USB flash drives bootable”
Nice and simple tool to recover wireless encryption keys. It is very helpful and quick when you have a machine already connected to the network but you cannot remember the key to add another one. The link is here http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/wireless_key.html
Go all the way to the bottom and download it. Unzip and run. You can even save the results as text file.
I was so excited to see Pandora on market place today. I tried it for few minutes and it seems to work fine on 3G network.
Continue reading “Pandora for Android is finally here”
When the first version of Google Voice for Android came out you could only use it with a Gmail account, the same account associated with marketplace. An update was released today that allows you to log-in with any other accounts as long as you have Google Voice, of course.
Continue reading “Google Voice for Android – Updated works with Google Apps accounts”
This was posted from flickr site through xmlrpc. Pretty good, I’m impressed.
If you are wondering who the girl is, she apparently works at Twitter.
This is why twitter is cool. Very photogenic.