iPhone-ish Apps for WindowsMobile

Reading the Geek.com newsletter this morning and I came across a couple of Windows Mobile app sites mentioned in the Geek Thoughts section which are dashwire.com and iwindowsmobile.com.

I installed FunContact from iwindowsmobile.com and it works like a charm. I especially like the iPhone-like slide finger scrolling.

[via Geek.com]

TINMAN, Da New Style Wizard of Oz

A SCI FI channel's remake of the wonder Wizard of Oz is very compelling. The SCI FI channel is premiering this new mini series, TinMan, December 2 @ 9/8C.

[via Digg]


Windows Mobile Ringtone Maker

GX5 has a ringtone maker for $19.95. I have tried free and paid versions of ringtone makers and this by far is the easiest and best I have used.

[via GearDiary]


PC and Mac Co-existing

Lifehacker has a guide to Mac and PC co-existing. It is a good starting point if this hybrid environment is new to you like it is to me.


Standby or Hibernation

Do you happen to know the difference between Standby and Hibernation in Microsoft Windows? TimeAtlas has a cool article on how and when to run either.

[via Lifehacker]


Improving Wireless Home Networks

PCWorld has a cool article on WindowsXP wireless quirks and improving wireless home network performance. Microsoft has some tips as well.


JOOST is doing big thangs with videos and TV shows. Just another IPTV option.

[via Digg]


Halo 3 Skulls

Looking to get more Halo 3 achievements? Halo3Planet has a skull finding guide.

[via Digg]


Zune and Its Marketplace Changes

Zunes and its marketplace are both getting a facelift to compete with Apple's iPod and iPhone product lines. Checkout the Zune site. The main reason I want a Zune is because of the interaction with the XBOX 360.

I have drank the Microsoft Kool-aid and it is gooood. ;-)  :-|  :-P

[via Geek.com]

Lobie + Replug = Good Living!

Earbuds Suck!, so Lobies are to the rescue. Lobies in combination with a Replug can also lessen the amount of broken laptop audio ports.

Lobie [via Engadget] Replug [via Engadget]

The Tools and Websites I Use the Most @ Work

I came across this article this morning called Top 10 Tools I Can’t Live Without. This got me thinking about my work tools and I came up with the following list (more than 10 though.) I also included resource sites that I use with my tools at work.

My Work Tools:

Resource Sites: [via Digg]


CD Burner XP

Looking for free software to burn CDs? CDBurnerXP is the software for you then.

CDBurnerXP Key Fature List is:

  • burn all kinds of discs
  • audio-CDs with or without gaps between tracks
  • burn and create ISO files
  • data verification after burning process
  • create bootable discs
  • multi-language interface
  • bin/nrg → ISO converter, simple cover printing and much more!
  • Operating Systems: Windows 2000/XP/2003 Server/Vista
[via DownloadSquad]