I’ve experienced this problem many many times and just accidentally found the solution today, DOH!!!!! :). Thanks to Yael Miller from thedieline.com for the usefull tips. Tips after the jump. Continue reading “Recovering a Corrupt AI (Adobe illustrator) File That Works”
American Dollar has not truly been redesigned since about 1930s. Now here’s the Dollar ReDe$ign Project by Richard Smith. Check it out after the jump. Continue reading “Dollar ReDe$ign Project by Richard Smith”
Hey guys, continue the part II of the Top Gear’s Supercars Do France challenge.
“Jeremy, Richard and James enter the bustling streets of Paris and straight into the Arc de Triomphe, where the traffic ensures mild panic and stress from each of them.”
For those who missed part I, please click here. Video after the jump. Continue reading “Top Gear: Supercars do France (part 2)”
If you really need to clear up some space on your desk, you can think of changing a new keyboard to a smaller one like this, Tiny Wireless Keyboard II. Measuring 17 cm x 8.3 cm x 1.5 cm and weighs 145g, this keyboard features only 56 keys with Fn/Num lock change function. A USB dongle uses 2.4GHz radio frequency to keep you keyboard wirelessly at the range of 10 meters radius. It requires two 2 AA batteries and it will work with Win2K, XP and Vista. The Tiny Wireless Keyboard II priced at $56.99. More pictures after the break. Continue reading “Tiny Wireless Keyboard II”
The Nottable by designer Nelson Motta is a unique flexible stand which can fit on all different working postures – standing, sitting, lying down etc. The robotic arm with three joints allows you to adjust into different angle, different height and a sharp rotation of 360 degrees in both directions. It support notebook that sizing at 10 to 17 inches, intact with clips and a mousepad can be placed on either side. Color options include: graphite, black, red, gold and blue. The Nottable can also be taken apart for easy storage and transportation.
Would you like to see more pictures? After the jump. Continue reading “Nottable by Nelson Motta”