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Flickr Hack – DIY Blind Camera Shows you the Latest Images Off Flickr!

Here’s a cool DIY blind camera that will search for the latest images people have uploaded on Flickr and show you on the camera screen when you click the red button.

However, unlike a conventional analog or digital camera, this one doesn’t have any optical parts. It allows you to capture your moment but in doing so, it effectively seperates it from the subject. Instead, as you will memorize the moment, the camera memorizes only the time and starts to continuously search on the net for other photos t

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San Francisco International Auto Show 2009 Photos/Video!

Over the weekend, I had the pleasure of attending the annual San Francisco International Auto Show, I took some HD videos and photos for others who couldn’t make it:

2009 San Francisco International Auto Show Video Part 1


2009 San Francisco International Auto Show Video Part 2


Here’s a Ferrari!

Check out this souped up Cherry ’64 Impala.

My favorite, yellow Lamborghini!

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Nikon D300s Hands-On Review!

For those of you who are looking for a new DSLR camera, you might want to check out the Nikon D300s hands-on review by guys over at Engadget.

I will one day get my hands on one of these expensive digital cameras with 12.3 megapixel CMOS sensor and 720p movie mode, well, I will have to wait but if you can afford it, pre-order yours here on Amazon.  Lo

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Web Programming DIY – How to Protect Yourself Against Image Hotlinking!

For those of you who run small websites on shared servers, you might sometimes run into problems where your images are “hotlinked” and your bandwidth stolen.  Here at Zedomax.com, we run a server farm so we don’t have bandwith problems so far but here’s 2 really great resources on how to protect yourself against image hotlinking:


Sony Ericsson Rachael Android Phone Leaked!

My favorite cellphone has never been and probably will never be a Sony Ericsson, simply due to the fact that I have never seen a good Sony cellphone yet in my lifetime.  But Sony is however working on a Android phone that might change all that, the Sony Ericsson “Rachael”.

The XPERIA-based Sony Ericsson device codenamed “Rachael” will feature a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, HSDPA and an 8 megapixel camera, and from what we can tell from the images a 3.5mm headphone jack.

via talkand

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WordPress DIY – How to Make your FFFFOUND Website!

FFFFOUND.com is a very interesting image bookmarking site that has been growing steadily.  Here’s a neat DIY on how to make your own image bookmarking site like FFFFOUND:

I’ve been a daily visitor of ffffound for some time now, but I have never been lucky enough to receive an invite to actually use it. It’s a GREAT source of inspiration for all types of design, and I constantly refer to it and the QBN pic of the day thread for some good laughs and beautiful pictures. After realizing that I had a spare domain name I decided it was time to

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Baby DIY – How to Make your Own Custom Sonogram Cufflinks!

Are you expecting a child this year?  Well, here’s a company called CuffLinks.com that will take your sonograms and engrave them in custom cufflinks so you can show off your unborn child to your co-workers and friends.

The Sonogram Photo Cufflinks feature your very own bun in the oven. Send us your own sonogram photos and become a cufflink designer instantly. Up to 2 different images can be used. This is truly unique gift and amazingly personal. There is no better way to surprise a first time Dad or to

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Web Programming Hack – How to Replace Images at Time Intervals with Fading!

Here’s another cool web programming hack for you web developers out there, how to replace images at a set time intervals using jQuery.  Nice. – link

This post is somehow a continuation of our previous post on replacing images, but this post is one step closer to creating an image gallery using jQuery. In this post I will show you how to replace one image with another one in specific time intervals. For example: replacing image1.jpg with image2.jpg every 5 seconds.

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BlackBerry 9630 Niagara Spotted in the Wild with Qualcomm CDMA!

Tight, looks like Blackberry 9630 is not far away for people like me who’s still holding onto the 8830.  Anyways, it’s a good news that the 9630 will probably like its predecessors but better, faster, and meaner.  Lookin’ forward to it RIM.

Not only is the phone turned on this time, but we’ve also caught it lying across some shagadelic leopard print. Additionally, the fine folks over at the Crackberry forums have a couple

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Digital Frame Hack – How to Build a Custom Web Interface!

For those of you looking to hack your wireless digital frames, here’s a great guide on how to build your own custom web interface.  The hack uses PHP and MySQL so it shouldn’t be a surprise for most of you web developers out there.  This is a great way to make more usage out of the wireless digital frame than showing pictures and videos.

As soon as you enter the needed data like ssid and password (yes, he can do wep and wpa/2 !), the frame connects to your wifi

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