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The Official Mooselander Blog is finally here. The site was opened on May 22nd 2012.
3 latest Earthquakes worldwide, Magnitude 5 or more from EMSC
A Colours video from 1994
Five latest posts from Digital Inspiration
Learn how to insert phone numbers inside Google Spreadsheets and make the numbers clickable and callable on mobile phones.
Facebook uses image recognition technology to accurately determine the content of your photographs. You can view these machine generated captions to know how Facebook sees your own photographs.
Learn how to add picture passwords or image CAPTCHAs to your Google Forms. You don't want spam bots from completing your Google Form and make fake submissions.
When you send emails through Gmail, some messages fail to deliver and bounce back to the sender from mailer daemon. Learn how to prepare a bounce report of all failed email addresses and keep your mailing list clean.
Gmail supports several search operators to help you easily find emails in your account. Learn about an undocumented trick in Gmail that will help you search emails by date and time.
Strider (Harris Hawk) web cam
Live feed from Strider's (Harris hawk) indoor, heated room from a D-LINK DCS-910 budget ip network cam.
Five latest posts from Life Hacker
Sometimes, you just need the right bag that fits everything you need to take around with you every day. Case in point, Everyday Carry reader Simon Oliver’s bag.
Victorinox’s Fibrox 8” chef’s knife is one of your favorite chef’s knives period, and by far the best value in the industry. It’s also the knife I’ve used almost every day for almost five years. Today though, the slightly larger 10" model is marked down to $33 on Amazon, the best price we’ve seen in nearly a year, and…
Snacks are a key to surviving a long trip. Whether you’re on a road trip or flying, this container tower keeps your snacks together and easy to grab. Here’s what you need to make your own in less than ten minutes.
AT&T is taking steps to move beyond the old days of roaming data charges when you’re traveling abroad by offering an international pass for $10 a day. It’s cheaper than their previous services, though other carriers offer international coverage for free. That and more in today’s news.
Mental exercises are a great way to get your mind off of the day’s worries and board the train to snooze town. But counting sheep the old fashioned way isn’t as effective as it could be. Here’s what you should do instead.