Uncle Phaedrus, Finder of Lost Recipes sure is a busy guy. He answers questions not only about recipes, but also about "history, science, popular culture, geography, sociology, psychology, trivia, etc…".
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Grab your towel—the 20th anniversary edition of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy – The Adventure Game is loose, and it's absolutely free! Requires Flash.
"Lulu is an on-demand publishing tool that lets you publish and sell books, e-books, music, images, or calendars."
Where do viruses and trojans hide on start up?
Holy recursion, Batman! There's enough extra-crunchy geeky goodness in the List of Lists to keep anyone busy for days! The site is a compilation of programs and web sites of use to the web surfer and computer user.
Here's a useful method for remembering passwords.
Backing up your Linux desktop with rsync is simpler than you might think.
Another classic comes to the screen: See the tale of Oedipus re-enacted entirely by vegetables.
"ProcessLibrary.com is a free online service… It gives users easy access to an extensive database of detailed process descriptions helping you to figure out what is running on your system."
"Visitors is a very fast web log analyzer for Linux, Windows, and other Unix-like operating systems. It takes as input a web server log file, and outputs statistics in form of different reports."
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