Monday morning links serving: The February 15th edition


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-30 Beautiful Wallpapers
I have decided to compile a new collection of abstract wallpapers to spice up your desktop and add some creativity to your work day. If you’re sick of the wallpaper you’ve been using for too long, try one of these 30 stunning wallpapers.

-People’s Passwords: Worst Practices (Graphic)
Analysis of the 32 million passwords exposed last month in the breach of social media application developer RockYou – who’s applications can be used on Facebook and Myspace – provides further proof that consumers routinely use easy-to-guess login credentials.

-Why ISO Is the New Megapixel
In 1975, the first digital camera took 23 seconds to record a 100-line black-and-white photo onto cassette tape. Today, a Nikon D3s takes photos with 12 million pixels at 1/8000 of a second. And it can see in the dark.

-7 Ways To Become More Productive With Firefox Tabs
I remember the very first reason why I started using Firefox which was its “tabbing” feature (it was long ago and Internet Explorer didn’t have tabs then). It seemed so handy back then that I was amazed.

-10 Geological Wonders You’ve Probably Never Heard Of
From the Eye of the Sahara, to the Crystal Cave of the Giants in Mexico, some of the most amazing geological wonders you might have never heard of.





2 Responses to Monday morning links serving: The February 15th edition

  1. So many nerds think Firefox innovated the concept of browser tabs… so not true.

    As a browser zealot, I must point out that Opera had tabs long before Firefox/Mozilla did. They were rocking the tabbed-document interface back in the Netscape 4.x days.

    Whether Opera invented this in a browser, I’m not sure, but I’m not aware of anyone else who had it earlier.

  2. So many nerds think Firefox innovated the concept of browser tabs… so not true.

    As a browser zealot, I must point out that Opera had tabs long before Firefox/Mozilla did. They were rocking the tabbed-document interface back in the Netscape 4.x days.

    Whether Opera invented this in a browser, I'm not sure, but I'm not aware of anyone else who had it earlier.