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JUNGzilla.com Launched Baby, a Web 2.0 Search Engine!

JUNGzilla.com has been launched, a search engine that can help you find blog posts, images, videos, and more.  Try “Zedomax” for fun.

Well, it’s that time of the year, we are not sure why we have this creative juice to make and launch new websites but here’s JUNGzilla.com, a Web 2.0 blog/image/video/tag search engine.

Honestly, I couldn’t go to sleep so I woke

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Photoshop DIY – How To Watermark Your Photos

If you publish images on your blog, you might what to think about watermarking, so other people know who shot the work. Check out his how to:

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Consumer DIY – How to Choose a Digital Photo Frame!

Whether you are buying a keychain digital photo frame or an 8″ digital frame, you really need to know how to choose a digital photo frame.  Our GiiNii blogger David Allen (He’s also blogged on Zedomax before) has a great tips on how to choose your very first digital photo frame:

There is also what the frames purpose will be, is it going to be used to display single images or would you be more creative and run a slideshow with a music track playing in the background, this is the potential of

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Photo Hack – How to Batch-Crop Photos!

Here’s a cool free Windows program called JPEGCrops that will let you batch-crop your photos while maintaining the aspect ratio.  This sure beats editing each photo one by one with Photoshop.

JPEGCrops is a Windows program, created for preparation of a batch of images for printing. It provides lossless cropping with fixed aspects using jpegtran.

The program is freeware for private use and is localized to danish, english, finnish, german, polish, portuguese, galician and japan

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DIY – How to Make Scanner Camera with your Flatbed Scanner!

Kipkay from Make shows us how to make a Scanner Camera with your flatbed scanner.  Above is a dog taken with the Scanner Camera.  Kind of a nifty way to make interesting images.

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iPod Nano 4G 4GB introduced!

Sources confirm that iPod Nano 4G 4GB model is official.

Initially a set of unofficial pictures clearly showed a 4GB logo on the back of the red oval-shaped iPod Nano player. The images then set the web alight with rumours because Apple has, in the UK at least, only released the player in 8GB and 16GB capacities.

However, an Apple spokeswoman has confirmed to Register Hardware that it did make a “limited number of 4GB iPod Nanos for some international markets”.

The spokeswoman couldn’t confirm which countries the 4GB model was s

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Redneck FORD (Fuck-over-Rebuilt-Dodge) Caravan

One of my closest redneck friends always used to say that FORD stood for “Fucked-Up-Rebuilt-Dodge”.

Well, here’s a FORD Caravan.

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DIY – How to Hack your own Solar RC Car!

When it comes to building your own gadgets, nothing is better than a solar powered RC Car!

Of course, it only “charges” using solar cells, but this solar movement is helped greatly by DIYs like this.

Great job!

A rc car with two solar panels strapped up top for charging power. (Sorry no images) video coming soon. This is my first Instructable so be as honest as you can be

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Interactive Multi-Touch Projector Screen!

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Here’s a really cool demo of an interactive projector screen or is it Multi-Touch Projector?

The basic idea is really simple: a program running on the PC will process the images viewed from the webcam, find the position of the penlight/light spot, and use this position to deternine where to place the mouse cursor on the screen. Now, if we can assume that t

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Milkscanner – 3D scanning with LEGO and milk!

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Here’s milkscanner, a 3D scanner that gets each slice of the 3D scan with a spoon drop of milk!

Friedrich Kirschner’s Milkscanner is a clever method for scanning 3D objects using only a webcam, some milk, and a camera rig made out of LEGO.

The basic idea is this: you place an object in a container, incrementally fill the container with milk, and take a photo after each tiny fill increment. The Milkscanner software mattes out the white part of the

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