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i-Junky Has Moved!!!!!!!!

Friday, June 17, 2005
i-Junky Has MOVED!

New location: http://ijunky.blogsome.com Please update your links! And come take a look at the new i-Junky now under the Wordpress system.


Seductive Bikini Girl

Wednesday, June 08, 2005

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All I see is black & white

Saturday, March 19, 2005

I always get bored of my desktops so easily, so heres another one I just want to share.

Desktop Eyecandy

Wednesday, March 16, 2005
I've been having quite alot of time on my hands lately, because my tafe work is already completed in advance for the next 3 weeks atleast, I already had the notes from last semester -- see there's an upside to failing the first time around hehe.

Anyway, I've been playing around with my desktop installing quite a few nifty programs, which I have no idea why I didn't discover earlier.

The programs used are:
  • Stardock: ObjectDock (Used for the shortcut menu looking thing at the bottom of the screen), pretty much an emulation of the nifty thing found on Macintosh desktops.
  • Rainlender (uses hardly any resources -- close to none at all!) A nifty looking desktop calender.
  • Rainmeter (a program for geeky l33t people, who like to keep track and monitor of their computer usage, measure such things as the CPU usage, Ram usage etc.