Google CEO Larry Page wants to set aside a part of the world for unregulated experimentation. Let’s help him out. Where should this place be? What should it be called? Who would rule it? What sort of experiments should be run? What about privacy? Would you live there?
Despite their evolution, the Windows Taskbar and OS X Dock at its core are still all about being able to quickly launch your favorite or most frequently used applications and easily switch between open windows. What programs do you keep pinned down for easy access?
One of the great things about building your own desktop computer is that you can configure it exactly how you want it with off the shelf parts. But it's a different story when it comes to laptops -- your options are limited. Today we want to know: when buying a laptop, what do you value most?
For those of us who spend many hours in front of a computer it's a good idea to get some actual exercise done every now and then. Today's question: Do you exercise regularly? Also, for those of you into sports, what sports do you actually practice, and which ones you just follow from the comfort of your couch?
Browsing the web on a typical day I tend to amass a ridiculous amount of open tabs, whether related to something I'm working on or interesting stuff that I want to check later but don't necessarily want to bookmark. How many tabs do you keep open on average and how many are open right now?
It's hard enough to find a job in a slow economy, let alone one that you truly find enjoyable and fulfilling. But you have to make a living somehow. Today we want to ask you: Do you like your job? Tell us a little bit about what you do.