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Quantum Star SE is an online game of interstellar strategy and combat, playable entirely in your browser. The source code is freely downloadable, so you can set up a game on your own website.
Looking for the root cause of a problem? Try the Five Whys technique.
"Yum will install applications with full dependency checking, install patches and updates, remove software and give information on installed packages."
Prank Place… because it's never too early to get ready for April 1st.
SafariCam lets webmasters without access to a modern Macintosh preview their site in the Safari web browser.
Learn how to create Easy CSS drop shadows for images on your web pages.
The Ultimate Boot CD consolidates a number of floppy-based utilities for Windows and Linux systems into a single, menu-driven interface.
"Roleplaying games are really interesting. From that sentence, all else flows." Read more at The 20' By 20' Room, a new weblog about roleplaying games.
Oh, man… how come none of the playgrounds I frequented as a child ever had anything like this?
Ah, for the days of my wasted youth… when I would plug quarter after quarter into the Qix machine at the local arcade.
Need to express your feelings about the antics of George W. and the current administration? Try some of the blatantbush.com t-shirts on for size.
Who says the Federal government can't do something useful? Recalls.gov provides a "one stop shop" for information on recalls issued by six different government agencies. Find out about the latest recalls of consumer products, motor vehicles, boats, food, medicine, cosmetics, and environmental products.
"isbn.nu offers a quick way to compare the prices of any in-print and many out-of-print books at 14 online bookstores. You can view the results with or without the shipping costs of a single book, and also find the fastest source for a book from ordering to delivery."