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about source code
posted by chloehall - 6th of september, 2011
Yesterday I saw the movie:source code.I was deeply moved by the story.I like Jake Gyllenhal because he is not only cute but also wonderful acting! I think source code is the best movie after 《inception》. Whether the idea in... More...
Ruminations on Dreamstime Stock Rank game
posted by selitskiy - 10th of november, 2010
I've been periodically reading DT blogs, and recently noticed some kind of obviously ranking label - wheel with a wing. My curiosity made me click on it and so I discovered the game (or a training tool) of the Stock Rank. I could... More...
RAW and 64bit Windows
posted by soukupl - 31st of july, 2010
There is nice feature in Windows Vista / 7 (and WinXP SP3) called "image codecs". This little think allows user to install "plugins" for rendering non-default images (and thumbnails). This is especially needed by photographers working... More...
Pasting images into an existing blog
posted by cristalloid - 30th of july, 2010
If I try to insert an image into an existing blog via "add a comment > insert image" the image does not show up in the final blog; instead you can see something like the following: "imgl... More...
Protecting images on your website by code.
posted by mani33 - 21st of august, 2009
As I mentioned in my previous blog that you have to make some editing on your downloaded images (and even the created ones) in order to prevent from illegal copy. Here I'm going to mention some tricks with the code, that could keep... More...
How to install a Favicon on your website
posted by ptoone - 29th of june, 2009
A favicon is the little icon that appears on the left of the domain on your browser window. All well known websites have one and here are four quick and easy steps to ensure you can have one too. You can see Dreamstime has a little... More...
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