Archive for August, 2006

Foxit PDF Reader for Windows is an alternative viewer / reader for PDF documents. Foxit PDF Reader is just 1.20 MB setup file and it works with all types of PDF documents you might have, with high display quality. You can zoom in / zoom out or rotate page display, copy text information to other […]

Tried RealPlayer, WinAmp, Windows Media player, and many more of such software but JetAudio stands out! Default Silver Skin. JetAudio is integrated multimedia software made up of a single compact rack. Not only does it play various music and video files, it also has features such as CD burning, recording, and conversion to other file […]

Seterra is a super cool freeware geography-quiz program with 70 different exercises. Learn about countries, capitals, flags and cities in Africa, Europe, South America, North America, Asia and Australia, using outline map exercises! The game gives you a number of chances to guess, color-coding the correct answer by how many times you picked wrong. After […]

Flickr is cool!


Flickr is a online photo management and sharing application, and is a way to get your photos to the people who matter to you. With Flickr you can: || Show off your favorite photos to the world || Blog the photos you take with a cameraphone || Securely and privately show photos to your friends […]

Yahoo! Photos new user interface is being made available to US users on August 17th. It become available in a limited beta back in June and has now completed that phase. The new functionality brings in the best of Flickr (lots of Ajax, features like tagging and sets, and the ability to drag and drop […]

No, I’m not talking about dinosaurs here! It’s a program name They’re Alive! which helps you navigate further information about a word or phrase on any web page you select. A menu pops up providing several options – searching a word / phrase on Google, finding dictionary definition, looking up in references, etc. They’re Alive! […]