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I have a young brain — how old is yours?

A fellow Giuk.net member Joan gave a heads-up on a simple but nifty online Japanese game that attempts to guess the age of your brain. You don’t really need to read its Japanese-written instructions to know how to play it. Mm… maybe you do. 1. Once the Flash game loads, …

Yearbook Yourself and look hot!

I’ve just finished having fun after a friend in Facebook shared with me a site called YearbookYourself.com. The Flash-enabled app takes your uploaded photo and transforms it into a yearbook-like pose that you can select, ranging from the 1950s up to the year 2000. I downloaded the snapshot of every …

Google Chrome: why you almost shouldn’t use it

No one really bothers reading a product’s EULA until it’s too late, and that includes me. A good thing that Wil Wheaton gave a head’s up on a particular term of service on Google Chrome, which read as follows: 11. Content licence from you 11.1 You retain copyright and any …

EntreCard + SezWho = better traffic?

As SunEGrl mentioned in her post and as every EntreCarder knows, EC has partnered with SezWho, thus enabling you to earn EC credits every time you comment on other EC members’ blogs and vice versa. This partnership is a step up from just dropping your EC cards, and would require …

Invisible Olympics

In the spirit of the coming Olympics 08.08.08. more cat pictures Invisible Olympics was last modified: September 12th, 2016 by Lorna Timbah

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 …

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 …

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, …