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Sometimes when you turn to a tech support person for help, you’ll be asked for your IP (Internet Protocol) address. There are several ways to determine this, but one of the easiest is to go to CheckIP at http://checkip.dyndns.org/ . Your IP address will be displayed in a series of four numbers, each separated by a colon (dot).

Thanks to Neat Net Tricks

This looks like it might be fun.
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Foto-Mosaik

With Foto-Mosaik you can create mosaic-pictures, which are composed of many small
pictures (tiles), from your own photos.
The individual tiles, from which the mosaic-picture will be created, can be selected at random. After
analysis, Foto-Mosaik puts them into one or multiple databases. As a basis you can grab the
pictures from your private collection, or from a photo-cd.
A simple to use wizard will guide you through the freeware/postcardware
program. So it�’s a piece of cake to create you own mosaic pictures
with an extraordinary effect.
Amaze yourself and other people and check it out …

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I haven’t been that happy with my phone, but I love this site and look for reasons to buy stuff! LOL! Thanks to Nicole for pointing it out to me.
clipped from www.wirelessground.com

Cingular 8525 Accessories

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http://www.libraryjournal.com/article/CA6476403.html
Library Journal brings to life the ways libraries are using social networking tools, like Del.icio.us, to reach patrons and potential patrons.

Cindy Chick over at LawLibTech recently talked about CiteBite on her blog. I thought “blah blah – another little extension that is not useful.” WRONG! It is really useful, especially when blosing through many Google Alerts and trying to organize them on a blog. CiteBite allows you to point someone directly to a bit of a certain page. This works really well if you want to send someone to a specific part of a long page. It is similar to using Ctrl-F, but more direct.