Edited by NatK, Krystle, Mimi, BohemianWikipedian and 44 others The Rubik's Cube can be very frustrating and may seem next to impossible to restore to its original configuration. However, once you know a few algorithms, it is very easy to solve.
Firefox only (Windows/Mac/Linux): The FireNes Firefox extension integrates over 2000 old-school NES games with your favorite browser. Once you install FireNes and fire it up (either through the Tools menu or the optional toolbar button), you can browse the enormous library of games in your Firefox sidebar and play any one of your 8-bit favorites at the click of your mouse. Alternately, if you'd prefer not to install another extension, you can get similar goods add-on-free at web sites like previously mentioned vNES or Nintendo8 . Either way, use wisely; this is a bit of weekend fun, but let's not get carried away when the time to get things done rolls back around. FireNes is free, Firefox only, requires Java. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
Starter Sites Great go web pages are plentiful online, but they can be hard to find. The ten sites listed below contain an unbelievable wealth of information and resources. They will show you some of what's available, but don't stop there -- this page contains links to more than 100 important and useful go-related websites.
Bienvenue sur l' EncyGoPedie , le Wiki francophone sur le jeu de Go (appelé aussi weiqi ou baduk ). Ce site est coopératif, tout le monde peut le modifier et vous êtes invité à le faire ! Il n'est pas nécessaire de s'inscrire.
OK for all the uninitiated out there, Core War is basically a game played by 2 programs. They're loaded into a simulated computer memory at random locations and their purpose is to kill the other program and avoid being killed. Because the start locations have a strong influence on the outcome many battles must be fought to get a fair assesment of which is the superior warrior. Humans of course "play" Core War by designing the programs which represent them in the tournaments.