I just stumbled across a great blog, Cover Lay Down,which features folk-style cover versions of popular songs. Highly recommended, although if you’re anything like me you’ll be there for hours!
Zamzar is a free online converter for documents, audio and video files. Just upload the file you want to convert, choose the output format and enter your email address. Zamzar will get to work and email your converted file when it’s ready.
If you suffer from procrastination, also known as task aversion, then I recommend that you get around to reading this Wikibook… someday ;)
Advertising executive and blogger Hugh MacLeod gives his 30 tried and tested tips for being truly creative. Acknowledging that everyone is creative from birth, the article suggests ways of tapping into that innate creativity.
Warning: Slightly NSFW due to language.
Virtual PC Guy is a member of the Microsoft Virtual PC team, who spends his time installing weird and wonderful operating systems. His blog, complete with installation guides and screenshots, makes for an interesting read for anyone who longs for the “good old days”.
ITConversations hosts audio programmes with respected figures in the IT industry, such as security expert Bruce Schneier, Moore’s Law founder Dr Gordon Moore, Apple Computer’s Steve Wozniak and PHP developer Rasmus Lerdorf.
Visitors can contribute questions, and the shows can be streamed or downloaded in Windows Media or MP3 format. There is also podcast support, and transcripts are available for all interviews.
This is a great site for anyone studying an IT or Computing-related degree, or anyone with an interest in the field.
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