Last year, my brother-in-law introduced me to a free online strategy game called Ogame . Ogame is a massively multiplayer game by anyone’s standards.
TweetMyGaming launched in June of this year with the goal of finding out what people are saying about games.
There are endless ways to use Twitter : from posting what you're doing, to sharing links, to organizing fundraising drives . But did you know there are also a growing number of games you can play on Twitter?
There are countless Flash games on the web, but weeding through them to find the one you’re looking for can be a challenge. Heyzap the first company out of Y Combinator ‘s latest batch of startups, is looking to offer users a comprehensive database of the web’s best games, along with the ability to embed those games wherever they’d like.
What is the role that internet plays in our lives?
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If you're like me, you rarely played dominos properly as a kid. Instead, you just built elaborate chains and knocked them down, Domino Rally style.
This will convert your name to a class listed in the Dewey Decimal System. That's right... somewhere between 000 (Generalities) and 999 (Extraterrestrial worlds) you have a place, and through the magic of internet we can find it through random arbitrary letter decoding. Plus this gives me a chance to mention how wonderful libraries are... don't forget to go read something, yes?
Warning: Google Games mentioned here may be highly addictive.
Blogs are often defined as online journals in which writers share information, opinions, and personal experiences. But blogs have a much greater potential than this definition implies. They are tools that can be used to communicate not only with family members and friends, but with millions of people around the world.