Google Pack
Posted by Mac in the wired 12 years ago
Google Pack is a free collection of essential software from Google and other companies. The software in the Google Pack helps you browse the web faster, remove spyware and viruses, organize your photos, and more.  
 
Google Pack also takes the hassle out of downloading, installing, and updating software. You can download and install the entire Google Pack in just a few clicks. And the included Google Updater helps you discover new programs and keep your current software up to date.  
 
 
Here is a list of everything included...it includes Firefox and 6 months of free Norton Antivirus
Welcome to Encyclopediadramatica, the ultimate compendium of internets parody.

It's like Wikipedia on crack, heroin, and meth all at once. They've even got a special section devoted to furries.

Needless to say, this is NOT to be a replacement for a good encyclopedia!

Free Accounting Software
Posted by Mac in the biz 12 years ago
Free Accounting Software is an intuitive, easy to use, robust , multi-user business management solution that includes inventory, customer management, vendor management, and accounting.  
 
Free Accounting Software is designed for for small to medium sized businesses from startups to 6 million dollars in yearly sales. Free Accounting Software is jam-packed with great features and completely scalable. You can upsize Free Accounting To MSSQL for robust multi-user performance in mission critical environments with an investment that is a fraction of the cost of other business systems, after all Free Accounting Software is Free!  
 
There are no tricks or gimmicks. Free accounting Software is totally Free. All of your business functions are fully functional without paying for or registering the software.  
 
Free phone and forum support too!
Photoxels is first and foremost a digital photography site where you will find digital photography tutorials written in easy to understand language. Our One-Pager™ digital photography tutorials will help you select the digital camera that is best for you and make sense of difficult technical concepts.  
 
Each digital photography tutorial is short, can be read in one sitting, and is immensely practical -- which means you can put what you have just learned to use immediately...
Yotophoto
Posted by lagbnaft in the "other" pile 12 years ago
Yotophoto is a search engine for free-use stock photographs.
Browsershots
Posted by LinusMines in the wired 13 years ago
Testing a new site in many browsers can be quite time-consuming. Not everybody has a farm of legacy machines with older OSes and browsers.  
 
There are online services that offer screenshots of websites in different browsers for considerable fees. For the hobbyist and for open source projects, these fees may be prohibitive.  
 
Community to the rescue!  
 
The idea behind this project is to distribute the work of making browser screenshots among community members.  
 
Everybody can add URLs to the job queue on a central server.  
 
Workers use a small program to automatically make screenshots of web pages in their browser and upload the results to the server.
Welcome to ColorCombos.com. This site was built to help web developers quickly select and test color combinations.  
 
The heart of the site is the Combo Tester, which allows web developers to see how different color combinations work together on the screen.  
 
If you are looking for Color Combination ideas, check out the Combo Library.
Direct manipulation, particularly drag and drop, is under utilized in desktop applications and is almost non-existant in web applications. The following examples demonstrate that direct manipulation is possible in modern browsers.  
 
Each example is a proof of concept... That said, some of these examples are pretty impressive...
 
 
Includes .zip file of scripts for download.
Rounded corners with CSS are a hot topic in web design: I think that there are hundreds of articles on them. This page is intended to present the solution I came up, that doesn't requires images, extra markup nor CSS....  
 
By Alessandro Fulciniti.
PDFOnline provides web-based conversion of documents into PDF or HTML formats. And it's free.
Finding quality images and photos for complementing an important article, essay or news report is already quite a challenge for many. Imagine when the goal is not just to find good images, but find some that you could openly and freely use without needing to pay royalties or one-time publishing rights to someone.  
 
Article by Robin Good. Via Waxy.
COLOURlovers
Posted by LinusMines in the wired 13 years ago
...a place to view, rate and review some lovely colours & palettes. The idea is to create a place of color inspiration where a designer of any sort can see new and lovely colours... find out what colors are hot, what work well in other uses... and simply make some love with colour.
An online Flash color picker that connects to images in Flickr's Color Fields pool. An experimental "toy" by Jim Bumgardner.
Ideabroker
Posted by johnny2000 in the wired 13 years ago
We want to hook up all creative thinkers who want to share and learn about ideas and concepts, methods, execution, business models, news, guiding, mirroring, helping out or teaming up.  
 
Find your soulmates here or just comment or sit back, marvel and click. Whatever you fancy.
FontLeech
Posted by Mac in it's the arts 13 years ago
A constantly-growing index of the best free font sites on the web.