- Jay is Games: Personally, I’m very impressed with the robustness of this blog. Its two owners post lengthy reviews of various games across the internet nearly every day. And since it’s been running for a couple of years now, that amounts to at least a couple hundred games. I’d get started.
- QuadBoard: Honestly, you don’t get the feeling that too many people play Quadradius en masse. You only see about 5 people in the lobby at any given time. But these boards can give insight, strategy, and sometimes just cool names for even cooler maneuvers. Except for Beneficiary + Teach Row… ugh.
- AP Grapher: When you’re in your own house it’s most likely that the only wi-fi you care about is the one coming from your own router. But out in the big city, you’ve got signals coming from left and right. AP Grapher can simultaneously graph the speed of multiple signals to help you determine which one is the best.
- Tonypa flash games: The menu on this is a tad baffling, but you’ll quickly find an array of simple games that get you playing for hours. My recomondation? Shooot. You can also check out this guy’s great flash tutorials for tile games.
- PDPC Design Contest: Apparently a site for Freenode’s Peer-Directed Projects Center has been in need of design for some time now, so a contest for this purpose has been constructed. I’d give it a try, but their specifications seem kind of vague…
- The Wilhelm Scream Compilation: Ever remember hearing a sound in a movie then used in another movie not two years later? The “Wilhelm Scream” was originally a sound effect from the 1951 B-movie “Distant Drums” and has been used hundreds of times since. Check to see what movies you recognize on this clip video.
- Everything2: Wikipedia may be the wiki equivalent of an encyclopedia, but Everything2 is the wiki equivalent of Slashdot. It’s like Uncyclopedia, in a way.
25 Mar 2007