You know that if you have an LCD you don’t need a screensaver and you can evenÂ reduce the lifetime of the display (according to wikipedia) but sometimes aÂ nice and minimalist screensaverÂ isÂ difficult to refuse.
In any case below you have a collection of the best 27 freeÂ eye-candyÂ screensaver you can use in your mac or pc.
ClockBlock (win, mac)
PolarClock (win, mac, iphone)
Arc (win, mac)
Fontpark 2.0 (win, mac)
The Hal Project (win, mac)
If you have a mac you have to try it.
Geektool is a (great) little app to show some informations directly on your desktop using UNIX code.
You don’t know Unix? No problem, after the jump you find the code you need to do what you want (how to display the external IP,Â Recent music Plays, theÂ Weather, how toÂ display comics and so on…)Â .
The only bad thing is that the last version of geektool is notÂ officiallyÂ available for Leopard (just forÂ Panther or Tiger).
If you have Leopard, i know that forÂ someone it works and for someone it doesnt. So, if you want, try at your own risk.
In case you can have a look at this nice tutorial for beginners.
Full list after the jump…
Two free icons for your Mac (for private use only).
The zip includes PNG, ICN and folder icons.
Soon i’ll release other 2 icons to replace the trash bin of your dock.
Download them.Â Enjoy.
The dentist always said, ‘An apple a day…’ but what about more than 60…on your desktop?