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Jay is Games: Casual, Flash and Puzzle game reviews

December 5, 2007

It was just a while ago when I mentioned how there are many signs that logic puzzles are making their way to mainstream media. It was just until about three years ago that language independent logic puzzles where still an offstream hobby of a few westerns but today they seem to be a legitimate segment […]

WebUrbanist launched new design and thank their friends, me included!

December 2, 2007

What can be better than reading this with your Sunday morning coffee? My favorite urban culturist was just dressed up with a new cleaner look design and some very interesting layout mods such as the Recent Entries, Recent Comments and Most Commented elements at the bottom. A new design is always refreshing when done properly […]

Redmond, fasten your seat belts: Firefox 3 Beta 1 now available for download

November 22, 2007

The Microsoft IE7 folks at Redmond must be fastening their seat belts at these moments, getting ready for their largest challenge ever as the world’s most superior Internet communication software has just been released as a public Beta. Firefox 3 Beta 1, AKLA 3.0b1 is now available for download with 3 operating systems and more […]

Mediasnackers age: an unsnacked observation

November 7, 2007

“It’s time to acknowledge that in a truly multimedia environment of 2025, most Americans don’t need to understand more than a hundred or so words at a time, and certainly will never read anything approaching the length of an old-fashioned book. We need a frank reassessment of where long-form literacy itself lies in the spectrum […]

Criticker: Movie taste now shares better

October 16, 2007

The folks from Criticker, reviewed here last Friday, seem to doing lots of extra hours lately and when folks does that I tend to take my hat off as its not easy: following a recent successful launching of a Facebook movie application (screenshot above) Criticker just announced their new movie widget yesterday. Blogoholic movie buffs […]

Burma: bad guys are winning, but so does citizen journalism

October 6, 2007

White House spokesman Scott Stanzel criticized Myanmar regime on Friday for cutting off Internet access saying “They don’t want the world to see what is going on there”. Yet, even though protests seem to have been successfully forced down by the Junta and number of dead and missing persons might be left unknown forever, pieces […]

Will process data for energy

October 2, 2007

This funny photo came from Kevin Burton’s FeedBlog, who found this on pizdaus.com with no permalink or attribution. But wait, thanks should also go to onyxstone at stumbleupon.com who had stumbled this at Kevin Burton’s. Mmmm. How do I even know onyxstone? Its very simple. aivzdog, a 16 year old girl from New Jersey, USA […]

Back with (good) surprises

September 29, 2007

We don’t go out on many vacations and not because we can’t afford ourselves or work don’t allow. When you are lucky as my wife, daughter and myself to have a large house with enough room for separate offices and the perfect job working with Conceptis at your flat 19′ LCD screen you don’t need […]

deliGoo follow up on my review

September 15, 2007

After the exciting cross-review with Derami of Web Urbanist and Allsux, the deliGoo guys have kindly and quicklyresponded to my review with adding Individual@Home to their What do mass media and bloggers write about deliGoo? homepage box. how cool.