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…Eric Solheim captured One Year in 40 Seconds?

Four Seasons

Eric Solheim snapped images and captured audio from the same spot outside of his house for an entire year, and then stitched them together into a fantastic time-lapse video called One Year In 40 Seconds:

In addition to the video, Eric also documented his entire process, including the story, the camera, the settings, the software, the techniques and more, and posted it all on his blog, along with every source file that he created under a creative commons license so that you can take his work and experiment with it as well to see what you can come up with.

[Eric Solheim – One Year In 40 Seconds]

…Firefox 3 can be tweaked?

Firefox Tweak Guide

If you’ve already downloaded Firefox 3’s RC1, and you’d like to get under the hood a bit and tweak some things, then check out CrunchGear’s Firefox Tweak Guide.

They’ll help you adjust settings and add extensions to get everything just right, and you’ll find yourself whipping through web pages like a pro in no time.

[CrunchGear – Firefox Tweak Guide]

…Invasion Tactical Defense lets you save the world?

Invasion Tactical Defense

Invasion Tactical Defense is an impressively complex Flash game where your goal is to protect a nuclear factory from an attacking alien race.

To play, you buy cannons, upgrade the factory, and deploy personnel.

Sounds simple, right?

Well, it’s not.

Thankfully, the game’s designers have added in plenty of settings to tweak and tune as you try to find the right mix, and even then it’s not an easy win, so give it a shot and see what you can do.

The world depends on it.

Caution: The site requires you to register to play, so be prepared to create an account.

[Clashflash – Invasion Tower Defense]

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…Firefox can be tweaked?

One thing that makes Firefox so great is its customizability. Lifehacker has put together a nice little tutorial for changing values and tweaking the little known and littler used about:config settings. It looks daunting at first, but by following the guide, you can’t stray too far off course, and soon you’ll find yourself tweaking with ease (doesn’t that just sound illegal). Give it a try, you’ll be glad you did.

[Via: Lifehacker]

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