Monday Morning Links Serving: The June 18th Edition

How to: Get Safari’s best features in Firefox
“As we’re all aware by now, Safari is now available for Windows. So the question is, is there any compelling reason you might want to switch from the venerable Firefox to Safari? To its credit, though, Safari does have several enviable features. Rather than suggesting anyone move, here’s a list of it’s best features and the matching FF extensions.”

10 Linux Shell Tricks You Don’t Already Know. Really, we swear
Here’s a bunch of really useful Linux shell commands you probably haven’t heard about before.

How Google Earth Works
Interesting guide explaining everything you need to know about how Google Earth works.

How To Make Ice Cream in a Bag in 5 Minutes
Hmmmm, delicious! :) (And yes, it works, I tried it this weekend!)

First Look: Windows Home Server RC1
“A few days ago, Microsoft released the first release candidate for Windows Home Server, and since I was admitted into the beta program, I downloaded this release and transformed my trusty desktop x86 into a Home Server…”

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3 Responses to Monday Morning Links Serving: The June 18th Edition

  1. For extra fun on the ice cream one, get a friend to help (don't forget to share the ice cream with them) and play catch with the ice cream bag instead of shaking it. Wrap the whole thing in newspaper and tape it up to make it easier to catch (since newspaper is less slippery than the Ziploc baggy). That's how we did it in 7th grade science class (no idea what we were learning).

  2. For extra fun on the ice cream one, get a friend to help (don’t forget to share the ice cream with them) and play catch with the ice cream bag instead of shaking it. Wrap the whole thing in newspaper and tape it up to make it easier to catch (since newspaper is less slippery than the Ziploc baggy). That’s how we did it in 7th grade science class (no idea what we were learning).

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