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20/10/2010

Best distraction-free writing programs

I am not a writer, but as many other mortals a lot of times I need to write long documents or put my ideas alltogether. For anyone who works with a computer and needs to write text in a non-distracting environment these tools will be very useful.

These programs usually are full-screen and only let you see the text you are typing, and usually plain text (without any formats). It might sound...

3/06/2009

Evitar que se abra iTunes al conectar el iPhone o Ipod

Esto es una chorrada, pero si sincronizas tu dispositivo con más de un ordernador y te interesa que al enchufarlo no se abra el iTunes hay que seguir estos sencillos pasos (esto vale para Windows y Mac):

  1. Enchufar el iPhone (o iPod) al ordenador
  2. En el iTunes, en el menú de la derecha, hacer click en el dispositivo
  3. Quitar la marca de la casilla "Sincronizar automáticamente al conectar este...

27/01/2009

Spotify, escuchar música online. Competencia de Last.fm

SpotifyLlevo unos días probando Spotify, gracias a una cuenta beta gratuita que me dió mi compañero de trabajo Rufino . Para quienes no hayan oído hablar de Spotify es un reproductor de música en streaming (es decir, la música no está en tu ordenador, sino en sus servidores). Hay que bajarse el programa, que de momento está disponible sólo para Mac y Windows (Linux a través de Wine).

La aplicación...

25/06/2007

How to convert MP3 to AAC, or how to set MP3 as ringtone in your mobile phone

As if I were a teenager, yesterday I found an mp3 song that I hadn't heard in maybe ten years and a smile came to my face when I imagined that it could be played in my mobile when I need a loud tone (I am on of those who preffer having it silent all the time)

So I passed the MP3 directly to the mobile but it failed, the mobile can play it but can't be set as ringtone. Rapidly browsed my...

2/02/2007

A free good cross-platform CSS editor

There are many applications where you can edit your Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) in Linux, Windows or Mac, but specifically in my Ubuntu I haven't found an application like CSSED (GTK). It supports auto-completion, really useful wizards, color pickers, preview and a long etcetera. You can go directly to the download page and see specific instructions for Gentoo, BSD, Mac OS X (via Fink),...