I have been seeing these avatar on my thai friends’ Facebook walls lately. At first don’t know where they get and how they made it. I didn’t have a chance to ask them too. Difficult to search in Google using (.com) US. Then I switched back to google.co.th and made some searches and found it.
It is DTAC one DIY, a Facebook flash application let you to choose face, hair, shirt, etc of your choice and create avatar for your Facebook profile and save photos as your Facebook photos album.
To create DTAC one DIY, just go to http://apps.facebook.com/dtaconediy
This buzz has been floating for a while and Google has been using goo.gl url shortening feature in Google toolbar and Feedburner. Finally Google made goo.gl url shortener public. Goo.gl is url shortening service from Google and perform the same functionality like other url shortening services. It can track clicks, referrers, countries, OS platforms, etc. To use it, just go to goo.gl and login with your Google account if you want to track your shortened urls.
I have been looking for the solution since I use Ubuntu 10 as an alternative OS with Windows. The only problem is that it doesn’t display correct resolution 1680×1050 for my 22″ HP Monitor (HPw2228h). I came across over this Xrandr Configuration from Ubuntu official documentation and this tread from Ubuntu Forum. Combine these two solutions, I finally manage to get correct resolution in Ubuntu.