;

Stories by Googlers

recently had the chance to interview several long-time Googlers about the early days. To commemorate our 10th birthday, we've been revisiting our memories by digging into company lore. As fun as it has been to look back, of course we've also got our sights firmly set on what lies ahead.

MTV presenter search goes online

If you fancy yourself as a TV presenter, you can win a chance to shine at the MTV Europe Music Awards in an online competition.

New Free Digital Photo Stitching Program Beats the Rest

Stitching together several of your digital photos into a panorama can give wonderful results but some of the stitching software is not very user friendly.Our editor Tony Bennett has just located the best free program yet for stitching together your digital photos and surprise, surprise, it comes from Microsoft. It's currently a free beta but Tony suspects it may end up as a commercial product and suggests you hop in and get it for free while you can.

A New Way to Sort and Search Your Digital Photos

One of our editors, Marc Darkin, has discovered a new free program developed by the University of Berlin that allows you to view , sort and search images by name, date, size or... COLOR!It's especially useful when you have thousands of images stored and you can remember the "look" of a photo but have forgotten where it's archived. With this program you can select any number of folders, click on 'Sort by Color' and see the results presented in a variety of ways that make selecting the picture you want easy. You can drag the presentation plane or sphere in any direction, with your pics forming a kind of a collage matched in ways you'd never before imagined. Words are inadequate in describing this; you really won't know how useful this approach is until you try it.

4 Free Utilities That let you Take Control of Your Taskbar and Windows

Want to be able to drag your taskbar buttons into a different order? Like your windows to snap into place like they do in Photoshop? Want to move several windows in one operation? Do all this and more with these four nifty freeware utilities.

Share this post
  • Share to Facebook
  • Share to Twitter
  • Share to Google+
  • Share to Stumble Upon
  • Share to Evernote
  • Share to Blogger
  • Share to Email
  • Share to Yahoo Messenger
  • More...

0 comments

ShareThis

 
© 2011 New Digits
Designed by BlogThietKe Cooperated with Duy Pham
Released under Creative Commons 3.0 CC BY-NC 3.0
Posts RSSComments RSS
Back to top