Links for 2010-07-21

Internet

Links shared from del.icio.us today:

"You may find that some 16-bit DOS-based programs do not run in full-screen mode in Windows Vista and in Windows 7. You cannot set a Command Prompt (CMD) window to display in full-screen mode."
(categories: windows microsoft knowledgebase support dos retro errors)

"CherryPy is a pythonic, object-oriented HTTP framework [..] allows developers to build web applications in much the same way they would build any other object-oriented Python program."
(categories: cherrypy python programming framework internet software web)

Only thing I don't like about this otherwise awesome battery pack is the silly cable. Need to get another one because it doesn't just use a regular mini USB.
(categories: morphie iphone batteries accessories shopping doh)

This is my favourite sign generator site so far
(categories: signgenerators fun funny pointless graphics signs)

These really are lots of fun :)
(categories: signgenerators fun funny pointless graphics signs)

"Old Caravelle in front of the Museum of Aviation in Belgrade"
(categories: wikimediacommons photos caravelle retro aeroplanes)

Not my first choice of phone, but if I can get it for free…!
(categories: australia android motorola motorolamilestone phones specs)

"Penang International Airport terminal building. " Ah brings back memories :)
(categories: aviations photos buildings architecture malaysia penang airliners.net)

"N787BX (cn 40692/3) The aircrafts first visit to the UK was marked by wing wagging fly by after its 9hr 31 min flight."
(categories: boeing787 aviation photos airliners.net)

N787BX (cn 40692/3) Farnborough Airshow 2010 – 1st visit of the 787 outside the US (inside view)
(categories: boeing787 aviation photos airliners.net)

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