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28.10.2008.

Logo ideas
Lokacija: Zanimljivi linkovi   |   Autor: cacan @ 11:41   |  

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Logo Inspiration
~ Flickr: Design the Logo
~ Flickr: The Random Logo Project
~ Flickr: Brands, Marks and Logos
~ Flickr: Worst. Logo. Ever.
~ Flickr: Logos Logos Logos !!!
~ Flickr: Soccer Teams Logos from all the world
~ Flickr: Identity + Logo Design
~ Flickr: Web 2.0 logo




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    25.10.2008.

    Rocket Launch
    Lokacija: Zanimljivi linkovi   |   Autor: cacan @ 16:24   |  

    Uh, uh… raketarstvo… mljac…

    lik ima predivne fotke i hrpu odlicnih videa…

    Jurvetson - Balls16
    + http://flickr.com/photos/jurvetson/sets/5956/
    + http://flickr.com/photos/jurvetson/sets/72157607111443249/ [Large Dangerous Rocket Ships]
    + http://flickr.com/photos/jurvetson/sets/72157600239816068/

    Videos
    + http://revver.com/u/jurvetson/
    + http://www.youtube.com/user/jurvetson




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    24.10.2008.

    Canned Tuna Risks - FDA
    Lokacija: Medicina   |   Autor: cacan @ 17:01   |  

    Rizici uzivanja u konzerviranoj tuni… Smrtz!

    8 Facts the FDA Does NOT Want You to Know About Canned Tuna

    Americans consume more than one billion pounds of canned tuna every year, yet most people are unaware of the neurotoxic risks from exposure to mercury contained in canned tuna.

    For the two most sensitive populations - pregnant women and young children - canned tuna is consumed at alarming rates; it is the most frequently consumed fish among women of childbearing age, while children eat more than twice as much tuna as any other fish. In addition, according to the 1998 Annual Report on the United States Seafood Industry, statistically, Americans eat canned tuna meals more frequently than all other fish meals combined. With these specifics in mind, here are 8 facts the FDA does not want you to know about canned tuna:

    The FDA has woefully failed to acknowledge the potential dangers of “white” tuna.

    While the FDA has known for over a decade that levels of mercury in “white” (albacore) tuna are at least double the levels in “light” tuna, the agency has failed to acknowledge or even address this - even though 11 states now warn sensitive populations to limit canned tuna consumption and several warn that mercury levels in white tuna are much higher than light tuna.

    The FDA admits to its own lack of consumer protection and education.

    By FDA scientist’s own admission, 30-50 percent of American women remain unaware of the mercury exposure risks from fish consumption. The FDA simply chooses not increase educational campaigns or protection measures even at the prompting of U.S. General Accounting Office (GAO) and by the National Academy of Sciences (NAS).

    The FDA has made unfounded claims at what levels new and unborn children can endure mercury exposure.

    FDA officials have acknowledged that none of the studies of mercury have shown the level at which newborns can tolerate exposure. The fact remains that mercury is a neurotoxin and is unequivocally unhealthy to ingest at any level.

    The FDA chooses to align with the tuna industry over the general public.

    Unfortunately, FDA’s apparent allegiance to the fishing industry has so far resulted in a public health breakdown of critical proportions. This breakdown places more than 300,000 children each year at risk of mercury poisoning, and endangers millions of people who routinely consume larger predatory fish like albacore “white” canned tuna.

    The FDA has shown a history of inaction on the issue of mercury in fish.

    Despite promises that it would prioritize mercury seafood issues, the FDA has ignored and skewed the findings of focus groups, committee recommendations and reports for far too long. There has been a pattern of this occurring for more than two decades. In 2000 and 2001, the FDA ignored significant reports put forth both by the National Academy of Sciences and U.S. General Accounting Office respectively.

    The tuna industry cares only about their bottom line.

    The tuna industry has publicly campaigned to urge consumers to ignore concerns about the link between seafood consumption and neurodevelopmental disorders. As recently as May 15, 2003, the US Tuna Foundation issued a press release endorsing the view that “canned tuna, which contains only trace amounts of mercury, poses no health risks… Canned tuna is one of the safest, healthiest foods on the market today.” This in spite of FDA acknowledgement that none of the studies of mercury have clearly shown the level at which newborns can tolerate exposure.

    The FDA has a proven history of Procrastination.

    Since July 2002, the FDA has continued to procrastinate on implementing the recommendations of its own Food Safety Committee that it specifically requested - even though Joseph Levitt, Director of the FDA Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition and top official at the time in charge of the Agency’s mercury policy, publicity agreed that the Committee’s findings were significant and that FDA would be “taking the advice to heart.”

    Mercury exposure from canned tuna has a disproportionate impact on low-income communities.

    In low-income communities, canned tuna is consumed in higher quantities because of its affordability. Unfortunately, the Federal government promotes unsafe mercury exposure through its Women, Infants and Children’s (WIC) program, which serves more than 7 million people each month. Because poultry and meat are not included on the list of potential items that may be purchased using WIC benefits, canned tuna is one of the primary animal proteins purchased through the program.

    The Bottom Line.

    Quite simply, the FDA CANNOT be relied upon to protect consumers from the potentially debilitating health effects of mercury in fish.

    All information contained herein from the Mercury Policy Project/The New England Zero Mercury Campaign (www.mercurypolicy.org) educational report: Can The Tuna: FDA’s Failure to Protect Children From Exposure to Mercury in Albacore “White” Canned Tuna, June 19, 2003




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    20.10.2008.

    Freeware Collection
    Lokacija: Software   |   Autor: cacan @ 11:14   |  

    Download

    Freeware Mission Mega Pack“. You can download it from here, 446 MB of outstanding freeware!
    (The file host is a Romanian website, - just wait for 5 seconds and then
    click on “DESCARCA FISIERUL!")

    As a backup solution:

    - Freeware Mission Pack1 (94.1 MB)

    - Freeware Mission Pack2 (85.5 MB)

    - Freeware Mission Pack3 (51.2 MB)

    - Freeware Mission Pack4 (88.8 MB)

    - OpenOffice.org (127 MB)

     

     

    AMP Font Viewer  1. AMP Font Viewer
    - Font manager, view, install, uninstall, organize your fonts. an
    interesting feature is that you can “test” fonts before deciding to
    install them.

     

    Ant Movie Catalog 2. Ant Movie Catalog
    - A very important program for me, as I have more than 2500 movies in
    my collection. Although it has no official support anymore it still is
    the best movie collection manager, even if it doesn’t look as good as
    most competitors. It’s an open source program, maybe someone will take the source code and make it better.
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    Any Audio Converter 3. Any Audio Converter
    - The name says everything, it converts audio files, WMV, MP4, WAV,
    WMA, OGG, AAC, MP3, M4A, MP2, etc. The interesting feature is that it
    can extract the audio track from video files such as AVI, MPEG, MP4,
    WMV, ASF.

     

    Audacity 4. Audacity - Open source audio editing and recording program, the best free on you can get. It is very easy to use and works on Mac OSX and Linux too.bsp;

    avast 5. Avast!
    - The home edition is a free antivirus solution, provides resident real
    time protection, basic antispyware protection and doesn’t take to much
    memory while running in the background (a lot less than BitDefender,
    that’s for sure).

     

    CamStudio 6. CamStudio - Free screen session recorder, can record audio too, records to avi or swf files.

     

    CCCP 7. Combined Community Codec Pack (CCCP) - Essential codec pack, no spyware, Media Player Classic included.

     

    CCleaner 8. CCleaner - Great freeware program, a registry cleaner, disk cleaner and software uninstaller. Can also manage your startup programs.

     

    CodecInstaller 9. CodecInstaller
    - Analyzes your video or audio files, tell you which codecs are needed,
    finds codecs, installs or unistalls codecs from your system.

     

    Crystal DiskInfo 10. Crystal DiskInfo - Real time hard disk monitoring utility, provides awesome in depth information about your hard disk drives.

     

    Digsby 11. Digsby
    - Although it is still in beta it’s a very interesting instant
    messenger client. Supports AIM, MSN, Yahoo, ICQ, Google Talk, Jabber,
    and Facebook Chat Accounts. But the great feature is that it supports
    multiple e-mail accounts, Hotmail, Gmail, Yahoo Mail, AOL/AIM Mail,
    IMAP, and POP. It is also a great tool for social networking, it
    supports Facebook, Twitter, or MySpace accounts so far, with more of
    them coming up.

     

    DriveImage XML 12. DriveImage XML - Great freeware program, you can backup your hard disk data and then restore the image if needed.

     

    DVD Shrink 13. DVD Shrink - This one is a classic, everybody knows it, some people even sell copies of it. A great tool for backing up your video DVDs.

     

    DVD Styler 14. DVD Styler
    - Free DVD authoring tool, supports PAL and NTSC. Very easy to use,
    just drag and drop an mpeg file and make your video DVD. You can also
    make decent menus with it, even with audio. It also has a Linux version.

     

    ExactAudioCopy 15. Exact Audio Copy - Great audio CD ripper, extracts your audio tracks from all kinds of CD and DVD drives
    are supported (including USB, Firewire, SATA and SCSI drives). Supports
    many output file formats, including flac through external encoders.

     

    FeedDemon 16. FeedDemon
    - It wasn’t free, now it is! Looks nice, works well and has a bunch of
    nice features that will make your RSS feeds reading better.

     

    FontNetExplorer 17. FontNetInstaller
    - This one can help you search for fonts over the internet as it has
    the best websites indexed and lets you search through them within the
    program. Doesn’t require installation, just unpack and run.

     

    Format Factory 18. Format Factory - Universal transcoder, converts almost any video, audio and graphic file formats. Can also extract DVD Video to avi.

     

    GIMP 19. GIMP - The best freeware alternative to Adobe Photoshop. It’s an open source image editor, very powerful and quite stable. bsp;

    GOM Player 20. GOM Player - The best video player in my opinion, supports almost any video file format and subtitles, solid and nice looking.

     

    Gparted 21. Gparted (Gnome Partition Editor) - Open source partition editor, very powerful, can be used on a bootable CD, USB stick, PXE server and Hard Disk.bsp;

    IrfanView 22. IrfanView
    - The best free image viewer, already a classic piece of software. Can
    open various file formats and also has some basic editing capabilities.

     

    JkDefragGUI 23. JKDefrag GUI
    - Awesome disk defragmenter, fast and reliable. Can run scheduled
    defragmentation sessions or run as a screensaver, only defragmenting
    when your system is idle.

     

    megui 24. MeGUI - Powerful video encoder, supports the best formats and encoders, great tutorials available.

     

    MemTest 25. MemTest - Tiny freeware program that allows you to test your memory from Windows.

     

    Memtest86 26. Memtest86+ - Open source advanced memory diagnostic tool, runs at boot-time from a bootable CD or other media.bsp;

    MozBackup 27. MozBackup
    - Great freeware tool, backs up your Firefox ot Thunderbird settings,
    bookmarks, etc. If something goes wrong you can restore your precious
    settings in only a few seconds.

     

    Mozilla Firefox 28. Mozilla Firefox
    - The latest release, Firefox 3, comes with nice improvements, although
    it seems to use more memory while running. Hopefully that problem will
    be fixed soon.

     

    Notepad  29. Notepad++ - Powerful open source text editor written in C++, supports a wide range of programming languages, great multi-document and multi-view features. bsp;

    OpenOffice 30. OpenOffice.org - This open source package replaces my ut name="IL_MARKER” type="hidden">Microsoft Office
    installation. Is it as good? I think it’s better! You won’t have any
    problems with adjusting to it, the basic features are similar to those
    in L_MARKER” type="hidden">Microsoft Office.

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    Orbit Downloader 31. Orbit Downloader - Great download manager with the unique feature that allows you to grab video and audio files from websites such as YouTube.

     

    PCInspector FIle Recovery 32. PCInspector File Recovery - Very good data recovery tool, supports all file systems (FAT and NTFS), finds partitions automatically, even if the boot sector or FAT has been erased or damaged.

     

    PDF XChange Viewer 33. PDF XChange Viewer
    - Very good PDF reader, a lot faster than Adobe Reader. And there’s
    even more: you can convert your PDF files to various file formats,
    including BMP, JPG, PNG or TIFF. It can be integrated with Firefox or
    Internet Explorer.

     

    PDFCreator 34. PDFCreator - Very good freeware PDF writer, can create PDF files out of any printable document. It can be installed as standalone or as a server application - install on a single computer and have it available on all the machines in your network.

     

    Quintessential Player 35. Quintessential Player (QCD) - Great audio player, my favorite, highly customizable with the various plugins that are available.

     

    RadarSync 36. RadarSync
    - Finds driver updates for your hardware, downloads and installs them.
    Although it’s not flawless it’s still a very useful tool.

     

    ReNamer 37. ReNamer - Very easy to use drag and drop file renamer, it offers all the standard
    renaming procedures: prefixes, suffixes, replacements, case changes, as
    well as removing contents of brackets, adding number sequences,
    changing file extensions.

     

    Resize My Pictures 38. Resize My Pictures - Tiny standalone application that allows you to resize pictures very quickly.

     

    Screenshot Captor 39. Screenshot Captor
    - Great screenshot capture program, lots of capture modes - Multimon
    (multiple monitors), Desktop, Active Window, Region, Windows Object.
    Supports multi-monitor and includes editing features for the
    screenshots.

     

    SIW 40. SIW (System Information for Windows)
    - Great free system information tool, provides info about the
    components and software environment in your computer. Also has some
    interesting extra features like network bandwidth monitoring and password manager.

     

    StarBurn 41. StarBurn
    - I’ve been using Nero before. I don’t need it anymore, StarBurn is
    free and pretty good. I’ve burned several DVDs with it (including DVD
    video) and it never failed. Supports CD, DVD, HD-DVD and Blu Ray discs.

     

    SUMo 42. SUMo (Software Update Monitoring)
    - Identifies the software that you have installed in your system and
    checks the internet for updates. The latest version seems to have
    corrected most errors, works pretty fine.

     

    ://lh6.ggpht.com/okfreeware/SKlvxwxtsNI/AAAAAAAAAxY/EMIm3uaRv_A/s1600-h/SUPERAntispyware6.gif">SUPERAntispyware 43. SUPERAntiSpyware
    - The best antispyware solution that you can get for free. It doesn’t
    provide resident protection, but if you just scan your computer with it
    once a week or so you should be fine.

     

    SweepRAM 44. SweepRAM
    - Outstanding tiny freeware memory optimizer with an unique approach.
    What you should do is, after you’ve turned your computer on, and
    started all applications that will be running all day long (antivirus,
    etc) run SweepRAM. That way, all running applications
    will reduce their memory use to the required amount, giving you as much
    RAM available for your work as possible.

     

    SysTrayMeter 45. SysTrayMeter
    - Tiny resource meter that sows you the CPU and memory usage. You can
    easily close it by double clicking on the icon in the system tray.

     

    TUGZip 46. TUGZip - Very good free compression utility, works fine with almost any archive file format, fast and reliable.

     

    TweakUI 47. TweakUI
    - Free from Microsoft? Well, it’s for real :) A must have for any
    Windows XP user, allows you to tweak the setting you wouldn’t have
    access to normally.

     

    uTorrent 48. uTorrent - Best BitTorrent client, lightweight and reliable. The new version brings better functionality and some new features.

     

    VirtualDub 49. VirtualDub - Legendary open source editing tool, great for cutting and transcoding your video files for best quality avi output.

     

    Wordweb 50. WordWeb
    - Great free dictionary and thesaurus, I’m already in love with it. It
    can be used to look up words from almost any program, showing
    definitions, synonyms and related words. It includes pronunciations and
    usage examples, has spelling and sounds-like links.

     

    GigaTribe 51. GigaTribe
    - I use this one for sharing files with my fiends and colleagues. It is
    easy to configure and perfect for connecting a small group of people.
    It includes a chat feature, so you can talk to your friends while they
    download your shared files.

     

    Tnx to:

     http://www.freewaremission.com/2008/08/51-essential-programs-for-freeware-only.html




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