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    • Colorado man builds state's most energy efficient house January 17, 2017
      Passive House is a globally-recognized building design technique that promises huge cuts in energy use for any kind of building in any climate. In a nutshell, the Passive House Design strategy relies on airtight buildings, super insulation, thermal mass and passive solar design. As a former Inhabitat contributor, I was keen to put Passive House design to the […]
      Andrew Michler
    • Italian woman restores old van to travel the world with her rescue dog January 17, 2017
      Marina Piro is a woman on a mission to travel the world, but she wouldn't dream of leaving her precious rescue dog, Odie, behind. So, the Italian world traveler took matters into her own hands by completely restoring a 2001 Renault Kangoo Van into the lovingly named Pam the Van, a roaming tiny home on wheels, fully equipped to take her and beloved furry […]
      Nicole Jewell
    • Wyoming lawmakers launch bill that would ban selling renewable energy January 17, 2017
      In a move that puts the “R” in regressive, a group of Republican lawmakers in Wyoming just launched a bill that would effectively ban selling wind and solar power in the state. The measure proposes to fine utilities for purchasing energy produced by large-scale renewable power projects. According to Inside Climate News, the bill is chiefly sponsored by repre […]
      Colin Payne
    • Wyoming architects convert former hayloft into light-filled guest home January 17, 2017
      Nothing tugs at our country-loving hearts quite like a good barn conversion. With this minimalist renovation in Wyoming, Carney Logan Burke Architects transformed a weathered farm building into a refined, light-filled guest house. Using reclaimed materials to help offset the project's environmental impact, the firm deftly retains the original structure […]
      Nicole Jewell
    • Minimalist Urban Nomad Kit lets travelers carry traces of home in a small wooden basket January 17, 2017
      Living a nomadic lifestyle just got a little more Zen thanks to the Japanese-inspired Nomad Life Kit. Mexican designer Geraldo Osio has created a minimalist wooden basket that carries a handful of basic necessities inside so travelers can have a sense of a home anywhere they go. All of the items in the kit are all manufactured by Japanese craftsmen and made […]
      Nicole Jewell
    • Australian minister says coal power can help reduce CO2 emissions January 17, 2017
      Don't throw out your climate science books just yet, folks. Australian resources minister Matt Canavan recently said burning a certain kind of coal could help the country slash its overall carbon emissions. He commissioned a study conducted by the Department of Industry, Innovation, and Science that reportedly claimed the country could reduce emissions […]
      Lacy Cooke
    • Aquarium Zebra shark learns how to reproduce without her male partner January 17, 2017
      A female zebra shark (Stegostoma fasciatum) in Australia has learned to live, and reproduce, without a male counterpart. The shark, which lives in an aquarium, is one of only three animals documented that once reproduced sexually - she had a male partner for around 13 years - and then switched to reproducing asexually. Now scientists are now wondering if thi […]
      Lacy Cooke
    • Affordable housing for disabled veterans marries wellness and sustainability in Los Angeles January 17, 2017
      Great architecture goes beyond building four walls—it’s about empowering individuals and building communities. That philosophy is embodied in the 2017 AIA award-winning project, Six Affordable Veteran Housing. Designed by Brooks + Scarpa, this beautiful LEED Platinum-certified project offers support services, rehab, and affordable housing to disabled veteran […]
      Lucy Wang
    • UK architect helps locals rebuild Nepal temple destroyed by earthquake January 17, 2017
      The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that battered Nepal in 2015 damaged 100 homes, killed three people, and devastated what many consider to be the country's oldest Hindu temple in Changu Village alone. Slowly locals are rebuilding their beloved Changu Narayan temple with help from a British architect, who also helped restore Angkor Wat in Cambodia through the […]
      Lacy Cooke
    • North Dakota lawmaker wants to make it legal to run over protesters January 17, 2017
      In response to the protests over the Dakota Access Pipeline, one lawmaker, Keith Kempenich, has introduced a bill that would allow drivers to run down protesters blocking roads without any kind of penalty. His inspiration? His mother-in-law was startled by a protester in the road who he claims jumped in front of her car. While Kempenich claims the bill would […]
      Julie M. Rodriguez

Free up space on your hard drive!

With videos, games, programs, and other things, your computer probably is filled to the brim with files and other things. Here’s some great ways to free up hard drive space!

  1. Disk Defragmenter: This will free up hard drive space and make your computer run faster. Go to Start > All programs >  Accessories > System Tools > Disk Defragmenter.
  2. Disk Cleanup: This convenient program will get rid of your temporary files, recycle bin, and whatever the heck else it deletes. Go to Start > All programs > Accessories > System Tools > Disk Cleanup or Start > My Computer > Right click whatever hard drive you wish to clean up > Properties > General Tab > Disk Cleanup

Hope this cleans up some hard drive space and allows you to run your cpu faster.

Make use of the internet!

This blog has got everything computer!

MakeUseOf: This blog has the tools to help you make your computing experience even better. From ASCII – Y’z. You can find anything to make your website better or just have fun.

Online Photoshop Alternatives!

I’ve spent the last few days researching the top 3 photoshop alternatives, and heres what I have

3.  Picnik: A free but not as totally in control as photoshop. Basic photo editing capabilities, but can’t add or erase or basically edit anything except hues and colors.


2. Adobe Photoshop Express: Basically a better version of picnik. It’s got the best theme in my book out of these though.



1. SplashUp!: A great (almost) fully functional photoshop alternative. You can do almost anything photoshop Cs3 can do… for a 100% discount! Great for a web app.


These are all great. Personally though, if you want a free, fully functional photoshop, (sorry, it’s not on the net) download GIMP.

OneMoreLevel – My favorite flash game site


I love this site. Onemorelevel has some great games. I love the easy navigation. The only thing that bothers me is the theme. Other than that, this site is great. Onemorelevel is a flash game site that offers a new game every day.

Anyways check it out and read the blog there.

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