This Week's Best Posts [Tgif]

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  • Make the Most of Your Dual Monitors
    "Now that you've added another monitor to your computer setup, you've got double the screen real estate to get things done—but are you putting all that space to good use?"
  • Turn Your Old PC into a Webapp Monster with gOS
    "As more and more full-featured web applications look to replace traditional desktop apps, the concept of a web-based operating system has gained a lot of momentum."
  • Stream Digital Music to Your Stereo with Squeezebox
    "If you've got gigabytes of music you want to play from a central server in your living room—without keeping a big ugly PC there—the Squeezebox network music player's for you."
  • Better YouTube Firefox Extension
    "Watch YouTube videos more efficiently with Better YouTube, a brand new Firefox extension that compiles our favorite YouTube Greasemonkey scripts into a single convenient package."
  • First Look at Firefox 3.0
    "With the release of the much anticipated Firefox 3 looming just around the corner, we got our hands on the latest beta build of your favorite browser to get a closer look."
  • Find Full Episodes Online with Find Internet TV
    "Search for and find episodes of your favorite missed television shows or web-based video content with web site Find Internet TV. In essence, the site is a search portal that knows where to look for current shows and can quickly tell you where to find what you're looking for."
  • Where to Search for Low Airfares Online
    "If you haven't booked your ticket home for the holidays yet, the Productivity Portfolio weblog test-drove some top travel search engines you may want to hit up."
  • Ten Ways to Defeat Brain Drain
    "Those of us who are busy all the time can experience burnout, exhaustion, and fatigue from spending long periods of time in focused concentration. I call this syndrome 'Brain Drain.'"


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