A few years ago, I wouldn’t have even entertained the prospect of using an electronic reader to read an e-book. It just seemed so soulless and there’s nothing like a good book in your hand. Nowadays however, the technology and…
Misfit Model 3D is an powerful, OpenGL-based 3D model editor that works with triangle-based models. It supports multi-level undo, skeletal animations, simple texturing, command-line batch processing, and a plugin system for adding new model and image filters. Complete online help is included. The primary design goal is to be easy to use.
Additionally, you can download […]
phpMyAdmin is one of the most popular tools written in PHP which allows you to handle the administration of MySQL over the Web.
You can use it to create and drop databases, create/drop/alter tables, delete/edit/add fields, execute SQL, manage user privileges and export data into various formats. Although it’s a remarkably simple SQL database, it’s obviously still beyond the grasp of most novices users, especially those that have no SQL database experience. However, the success of phpMyAdmin has been so great that the developers have even written a book about it!
If you are just starting in php however and can’t handle the complexities of the book, then the developers have also written an easy to use tutorial aimed at programmers, designers and analysts of dynamic websites that want to learn the basics of SQL. Of course, before you start anything you’ll need access to a MySQL server which you can host on any major web hosting platform.
phpMyAdmin is one of the benchmark programs for learning about PHP and SQL programming and it remains a popular choice with beginners and experts alike.
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Things is an innovative task management program for Mac, which GTD (Getting Things Done) adepts will be comfortable working with.
Things lets you easily create tasks and organize these by project. You can set them for a given date or delay less important ones by placing them in the ‘Someday’ category. Things syncs perfectly with iCal so that any newly created task of project appears in the Mac calendar.
To keep your tasks organized, Things lets you add tags. The more you add the easier it will be to find and identify a task. You’ll also notice tags appear at the top of the interface.
If multiple people are working on a same project, Things lets them collaborate and remembers contributions from each person.
I’ve found Things enjoyable to work with, although I would have liked it to interact with more applications like Address Book.
Things is a smart and friendly task management application for Mac.
Kindle for Mac is a free app you lets you read ebooks on your computer and is designed to sync with your Kindle device, so if you’re reading an ebook on your Mac, you can pick right up where you…
As mobile devices advance, there’s an increasing demand for software that facilitates closer integration between your phone and your Mac. BluePhoneElite is probably one of the most powerful out there, breaking down the barriers between the two devices. Amongst the…