Welcome to the WrapUp by CyberNet. This is a collection of news stories and tips that we have collected over the last few days, but never got around to writing about. Don’t forget to send in your own tips, or just leave a comment on this page if you think you’ve got something we should include.


dubai skyscraper.jpgSkyscraper in Dubai Almost Complete
The Burj Dubai tower is on the verge of being completed, and it will reign as the tallest in the world when it’s done. Checkout the link for some photos of what it looks like right now.

zune.jpg120GB Zune on the Way
Microsoft has gotten the FCC’s approval on a 120GB Zune. There’s still no word on pricing, availability, or anything else, but it will probably be on the shelf in time for the holidays.

zoho macro.jpgZoho Gets Macro Recording Capabilities
Zoho has enhanced their macro feature by letting users record a set of actions in Zoho Sheet. That means you don’t need to know Visual Basic to create macros! [related]

firefox error.jpgWorst Web Glitches of 2008
This article covers the sites and services that have brought frustration to users because of downtime so far this year.

cameras.jpgCameras at the Olympics
Have you ever seen about $250,000 worth of cameras in one shot? I’d like to have just one of these cameras… not to say I’d know how to work them. It’d be cool nonetheless.

–Tips, Tutorials, and Reviews–

javascript sources.jpgQuickly View JavaScript Sources
As a web developer myself I often find that I want to view the source of a JavaScript file for a particular site. This Firefox extension lists all of the JavaScript files associated with a site just by right-clicking on the page. Pretty nifty.

rotate backgrounds.jpgRotate Desktop Backgrounds on Linux
Spice up your Linux desktop by rotating through images at an interval you specify.

apple kill switch.jpgJailbroken iPhones can Disable Apple’s Kill Switch
If you’ve Jailbroken your iPhone there is now a way you can remove Apple’s kill switch. Just press a button, and it’s gone. [related]

google calendar.jpgView Your Google Calendar in Gmail
This simple Greasemonkey script will embed your Google Calendar agenda along the right-side of your Gmail account. You can also use the Quick Add feature to insert new events into your calendar.

server.jpgSetup Your Own Home Server
This guide covers the different things you’ll want to think about when setting up your own home server.