Eyecandy for Your Chromium and Desktop
If you’re using Chromium, the developer edition of the Google Chrome browser, then it’s your lucky weekend. There are new Chrome themes to choose from. Themes include Anna Sui and Viviene Westwood styles. Anime and such kinds of things are also present as distinct themes you could download to personalize your browser. That includes theme with Hatsune Miku, K-on and Super Monkey Ball.
Another eyecandy is the wallpaper clocks you could install. If you are familiar with Screenlets already then that’s good for you because you need them for this. If not, the Ubuntu Guide has an instruction for those running Ubuntu on their computers. This guide gives the step by step process of installing it. It also gives you an idea where to get wallpaper clocks, which happens to be Vladstudio. The moment you close your many application windows you will most likely be surprised to see the time. It’s either time flies fast because you’re having fun, or you would be relieved to see that it’s the end of the day and that means it’s time to go home. ; )
In mobile news, there’s a blog which compares the Nokia N900 with the iPhone and Android phones. Developers are interested in these mobile devices because they could create applications for these phones. Even one of my friends wants the Nokia N900 because of the possibilities for development as well as the features of the phone, its form and style. Looks like this blog is similar to my friend’s sentiments as he is holding out for an N900 when it becomes available in Manila (or when the price becomes lower, or both actually). Oh and yes, this is the Maemo-powered Nokia phone so you might want to check it out. ; ) I will be back for more with other guides and/or reviews later.