Prince of Persia

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Following the game webification path, found Prince of Persia in flash.

Things you can do with gmail

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You can use Gmail to do a lot of other things besides reading (and storing) your mail. You can use it to:

  • manage a todo list;
  • find information on RSS feeds;
  • find torrents;
  • use it as a notepad;
  • filter spam;
  • storage a photo gallery.

Learn here how to do all that.

Wolfenstein 3D

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In this webification world, old games are rising from the grave. This time, it's Wolfenstein dressed in flash.A month ago, was a bunch of lemmings running in dhtml trousers.

Google wallet

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Last 20 of June, the Wall Street Journal wrote about Google plan to launch a electronic payment service. Today, i found this page.

The story behind this page is:

Last week, Tony Ruscoe decided to probe for working Google subdomains and found a few. One with high interest was, so decided to take a deep look into it, and here are their discoveries (they even have a screenshot).

It seems Google is building a paypal competitor, isn't it?

If your cable tv crashes...

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This weekend my cable tv decided to not work anymore, so i had to re-invent my entertainment definition. For a couple of weeks now, i have my adsl link up and running, so i decided to make some web digging and see what was there for me.

And here are the results:

if you want to watch live tv channels from all over the world (+100), try BeelineTV; to the ones who like short funny movies, try darlugo, truveo</a> or google video; if you want to watch some old movies or tv series (remember Flash Gordon?) you can always take a peek at Emol and download some, since they are copyright free; and if don't give a damn to copyright, and don't care for video quality, go to divxcrawler and download some of last month blockbusters.

After this, who needs cable tv after all?

Update: my cable tv is up again, so i will be able to watch the soccer game tonight. Yes, there's a reason to have cable tv, after all.

Update2: just found a post here on using Google to find for open index webpages with movies. Just click here to see some results provided by Google.