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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
This tutorial explains how you can send unique file attachments to different email addresses using Mail Merge for Gmail and Google Inbox.
Gmail will only show the names of the sender in the default inbox view. Use the Chrome extension to see the company's domain and logo image of the senders in your Gmail mailbox.
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.
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
If you’ve been thinking about trying out Tor to anonymize all your web browsing, you could just download a browser and give that a spin, but it’s much more fun to make your own highly portable proxy that you can easily connect to on a whim. Enter the Raspberry Pi.
Twitter just added a new feature that let’s you add a seemingly infinite number of people to a conversation without affecting the 140 character limit. You can, essentially, @ everyone at once. It’s fine when it’s just a few people tweeting back and forth, but more annoying tweeters can take advantage of the feature…
When it comes to flying, crew members do whatever it takes to make a flight comfortable, pleasant, and most importantly, safe for their passengers. Anything, or anyone, that stands in the way of them doing their job gets removed. Like this stuff, for example.
The Chase Sapphire Preferred easily won our reader vote for best travel rewards credit card, and whether you’re a seasoned points maximizer or just dipping your toes in, you should have a Preferred in your rotation.