Add Your Photo To Your Comment

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This is a tutorial on how to add your photo next to your comment... By Mary Jaksch Step 1: Go to the Gravatar site This is the site where you can set up an image that will show up across a broad range of blogs and forums. Click on "Get Your Gravatar Today" Step 2: Fill in the form. Use the email address you commonly use. See below … Step 3: Check the confirmation email Gravatar sends you. See below … Step 4: Click on the confirmation link in the email. See below Read more [...]

E-Cigarettes… The Truth!

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Whether you like it or not, cigarettes are bad for you and so are e-cigarettes. Regardless of a powerful marketing campaign and smokers’ word of mouth, the truth about e-cigarettes remains that they are harmful to your health even if not as harmful as regular cancer sticks. written by: termlifeinsurance on November 8th, 2010 Via: the TermLifeInsurance Blog Read more [...]

13 Unusual Uses Of A Hair Dryer!

Written by Mostafa Dafer on . Posted in Featured, Tips & Tricks

Author:Carleyy This article was copied from I graduated of Union College with a BS in computer science and visual arts and a minor in math. I moved out to San Fran to work at Instructables as an Intern and moved up to Community Relations Manag... more » i OHHHH the unusual things you can do with your house hold gadgets!!!  I've thoroughly research all the strange weird uses for your blow dryer. Yes that's correct: BLOW DRYER.  Fitting your Read more [...]

How Glasses-Free 3D Works

Written by Mostafa Dafer on . Posted in Tips & Tricks, Uncategorized

Posted on: [] There are multiple ways for 3D to be viewed without the need for glasses. Tom’s Guide discovered that Nintendo 3DS uses a parallax LCD barrier made by Sharp. As WikiPedia points out: a parallax is an apparent displacement or difference in the apparent position of an object viewed along two different lines of sight, and is measured by the angle or semi-angle of inclination between those two lines The image below should make more sense. If the beginnig of Read more [...]

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