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Whether you're currently living in New York or just want to relive your time there, this collection of 101 color and black-and-white photographs will offer you the opportunity to reminisce about one of the greatest cities on Earth. All images are either...

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The Word Counter Widget is a Dashboard Widget for Macintosh OS X. It provides word counts and character counts and can also count the number of instances of a specified word or phrase. It has several customizable options, including: Counting all words or...

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The Canadian Rockies Screensaver offers a stunning selection of 50 high-quality images revealing the beauty and splendor of the majestic Rocky Mountains of western Canada. From the bright whites of glacial ice to the crisp reds of Indian Paintbrush...

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Enjoy the bold, vibrant colors of spring all year long with the Central Park In Spring Screensaver. Taking you on a tour of New York City's famous Central Park, this screensaver features many of the most beloved scenes in the park including the Bethesda...

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Bucks County, Pennsylvania is one of America's most scenic and historic regions. With beautiful rolling hills, farms, covered bridges, and charming small towns, it has long been a destination for those seeking a glimpse into bygone days. While the area is...

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Boston in Four Seasons will take you on a tour of one of America's oldest and most beautiful cities. Through the 101 color photographs you will experience the sun-drenched days of summer on the Charles River, crisp autumn afternoons in the Boston Public...

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Whether you are currently living in New York or just want to relive your time there, this collection of 101 color and black & white photographs will offer you the opportunity to reminisce about one of the greatest cities on Earth. All images are either...

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Self-Combust is a Macintosh OS X application that does exactly what its name suggests. It's supposed to be funny, but it's probably not. At least it's free.Requirements:Mac OS X 10.2 or...

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