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Archive for August 9th, 2006

I think the title of this post provides adaquate description of what you are about to witness,

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I used to be the biggest fan of Number Munchers ever when I was 7 years old. I remember getting Super Munchers for my 8th birthday and being incredibly ecstatic at the prospect of doing arithmetic while being chased by troggles. So, when I found VirtualApple.org which hosts an online emulator and tons of roms, I was beyond excited to give Number Munchers a shot. The graphics were decent and suprisingly, it was still a fun experience.

And who can forget Oregon Trail?

Unfortunately I can’t get the emulator to work in Firefox, so you might have to try this one in IE

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This video demonstrates how you can “Bump Key” which is a method by with you can open many locked doors,

[Found on Make]

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The new update of the Performancing extension for Firefox adds some bug fixes and most specifically, Themes and Add-On support (and support for Firefox 2.0b1). Performancing is one of the best plugins for any browser ever, and it allows you to update your blog on-the-fly while still browsing the web it your standard browser window.

 

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This video clip demonstrates most effectively the difference between British media and US media. If you have ever seen a US news report, you know what to expect from future news reports, until you see this. George Galloway, the man being interviewed, completely demolishes the poor newscaster and exposes the bias in the western media. It’s always interesting to see a different point of view,

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