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Invisible Olympics

In the spirit of the coming Olympics 08.08.08. more cat pictures

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Quick blogging with ScribeFire and DashBlog

Since my preferred browser has always been Firefox, I thought I’d give the ScribeFire add-on a try. I would have been posting away with joy if it were not for my lame-slow Internet connection which I have to bear for another week. Having the tool taking over half of my […]

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Tweaking Bullfrog’s Theme Hospital

Update: If you’re looking to download all your favourite Bullfrog games, head over to Old School PC Games. Amongst all the Bullfrog games I’ve ever played, nothing can compare to the enjoyable Theme Hospital. I recently had the urge to play it again after I completed the whole Cake Mania […]

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Cool visual trickery

Look at the image below carefully and ask yourself — which way is she turning? According to Pairacy’s blog, you are using your right brain if you see her turning clockwise, and your left brain if you see her turning counter-clockwise. Supposedly, if you can see her turning both ways, […]

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Free web site background textures

Wildheart’s Works took my Spark challenge to review one of my post in exchange of a blog back. You really need to check out her site, and particularly her latest creation of free background textures if you’re looking for one for your site. I never knew you can do so […]

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Abandoned game Transport Tycoon

Update: To download your favourite Bullfrog games, head over to Old School PC Games. I was on the lookout for more old simulation games, particularly abandonware and DOS games, and got my hand on Transport Tycoon Deluxe. Basically I’ve downloaded a Windows ported version that the gaming company MicroProse made […]

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Bookmark: Online money-making techniques

These pages constitutes a third in the list of my bookmarks, but I’ll share just a few for now. Most of them haven’t even been tested. Maybe you should try them out and see whether they work for you. WordPress plugin to make money with Firefox referral A dollar a […]

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Tribute to my Tripod site, Part 2

Before my mobile phone conks out, I should store my favourite ringtones. In case you like them, here they are for your Nokia phone listening pleasure. (note: works on Nokia monotone mobile phones) Harry Potter Theme (tempo: 112 BPM) 8b1 8.e2 16g2 8#f2 4e2 8b2 4.a2 4.f#2 8.e2 16g2 8#f2 […]

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Cool stuff — Googolopoly, BuiltWith.com

It’s bookmarking clearing time, which means that I’m stashing a couple of worthy sites out for everyone’s enjoyment. TechChee recently blogged about a Google-styled Monopoly game that Box.net calls Googolopoly (’cause Google does seem like they’re monopolizing the Internet, get it?). You play the game the same way you would […]

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Free way to really save money in electricity bills

My recent bloghopping led me to AhKong.net’s post of how to save money in electricity bills in Malaysia. The post recommends that you use a power-saving gadget to lower the cost. The gadget itself costs around RM350, which I’m sure is a good investment in the long run if the […]

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Tribute to my Tripod website, Part 1

I’ve been reading back on the posts that I’ve made in my old website, and there are a few of them that I think would be fun to share with the WebGrrrl.net blog readers. So I’m highlighting some of them as a tribute to my old site, and because I’m […]

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Don’t know what to blog about? Do a blog review!

You know what they say — everyone’s a critic! Blog reviews are one of the best ways to get you going in terms of getting constant content into your blog. One, because it helps train you to look at what works and what doesn’t in a certain type of blog. […]

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