Google’s Gmail finally has support for themes. There are currently 31 themes to choose from. My favorite is the Ninja theme seen the in the screen shot.
To see your themes in action simply go to your settings page and select your desired theme from the themes tab.
SitePoint’s giving away their famous eBook “The Art $ Science of CSS” free of charge for 14 days.
The giveaway ends in 8 days so hurry.
A friend needed to re-size his Windows NT OS partition from the default 4GB to 8GB. The easiest way to do this is with Linux, specifically with the GParted LiveCD.
GParted is a Gnome based partition editor which uses the libparted library from the popular GNU Parted package to do all it’s fancy partitioning stuff.
Current supported file systems are ext2, ext3, fat16, fat32, hfs, hfs+, jfs, linux-swap, ntfs, reiser-4, reiserfs, ufs and xfs. GParted lets you detect, read, create, grow, shrink, move ,copy, check and label your partitions. However, not all the features will work across all file systems. See table below.
Where to get the LiveCD? SourgeForge of course!
I’ve finally managed to upload my pics from foss.my 2008. Check em out, not the best of quality but they’ll work.
Installation was a breeze, here’s the walkthrough.
1. Download Adobe AIR Beta from http://labs.adobe.com/downloads/air_linux.html
2. Install Adobe AIR
danesh@pandora:~/Desktop$ chmod +x adobeair_linux_b1_091508.bin
3. Download twhirl from http://www.twhirl.org/project/twhirl
4. Double click the twhirl file to start the installation. The installer will install twhirl to /opt/twhirl/ .
That’s it! you now have twhirl installed.