Free games and Flash games KabeyokeRun between moving walls to save the girl. BOXINGA simple punching-based boxing game.Controlled with the keyboard. DICEWARSDice-based strategy game. How quickly can you conquer your foes? COCKROACH DREAMCan you swat away 100 roaches before the sleeping man goes crazy? THE HAUNTED RUINSAn awesomely Eighties-style RPG. Synopsis QuestRelive key moments from retro role playing games in this parody of the genre! FairuneFind the four fairies and defeat the Dark Lord. SKATING HEAVENDodge incoming skaters by mouse clicking to the left or right of your skater. DismantlementCan you dismantle the radio with just a virtual screwdriver? ALPHABET DROPPush two alphabet blocks on the same line or column to knock them out. TENNIS GAMEMove using the arrow keys and swing the racket with the spacebar. Chat NoirCan you keep the kitty from running off the game field? School WarsBecome a schoolyard gangster in this realtime strategy game! ROTATE-A-RACERacing game. SprinterA 100 meter sprint simulation.
Upgrading my Linux-Windows multi-boot system to Windows 10 It's been a while, but like a bad penny, I just keep coming back. And while I was away, Windows 10 was released for general distribution - and free updates of Windows 7 and Windows 8 systems. I'm sure that I was not the only one who started wondering what the impact of upgrading a multi-boot Linux/Windows system would be, but unlike many others, I have several such laptops and netbooks on which I could actually try the upgrade, and if things went wrong I wouldn't be worried by whatever negative consequences. In the worst case (best case? most extreme case?) So, after having the nuisance "Get Windows 10" icon on the system tray for six months or so, it was finally time to let it try to do something. In a nutshell, this is a UEFI firmware system, loaded and configured to boot openSuSE 13.2 via grub-efi, and with a number of other Linux installations and Windows 8.1 available from the GRUB boot menu. The first step was to click on the nuisance icon, and tell it that I wanted to upgrade.
Frontier of Physics: Interactive Map “Ever since the dawn of civilization,” Stephen Hawking wrote in his international bestseller A Brief History of Time, “people have not been content to see events as unconnected and inexplicable. They have craved an understanding of the underlying order in the world.” In the quest for a unified, coherent description of all of nature — a “theory of everything” — physicists have unearthed the taproots linking ever more disparate phenomena. With the law of universal gravitation, Isaac Newton wedded the fall of an apple to the orbits of the planets. Albert Einstein, in his theory of relativity, wove space and time into a single fabric, and showed how apples and planets fall along the fabric’s curves. Our map of the frontier of fundamental physics, built by the interactive developer Emily Fuhrman, weights questions roughly according to their importance in advancing the field.
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LandsatLook Viewer Great Circle Mapper U.S. and World Maps and Puzzles - Free Maps That Teach US Geography Mega Quiz 1100 varied and interesting questions about the United States. The questions encourage the player to think and make connections using a map. Printable U.S. Maps of all of the 50 U.S. states, labeled and unlabeled, for classroom and student use. Online Atlas Maps of the countries of every continent and of every continent. Print Free Maps Large or Small Free online software to print outline maps - one page to 7 feet wide. Megamaps - free maps large and small Great for classroom maps. Maps by Place: World: Print World Maps Online Atlas Continents and Regions Maps Continents Map Puzzle World Features Map Puzzle World Monuments Map Puzzle Europe: Online Map of Europe Online Atlas Maps of the Countries of Europe Europe Map Puzzle Print Maps of Europe and European Countries United States: Online Atlas maps of the United States Make Your Own USA Online Map of the United States Printable U.S. Asia: Africa: North America: Central America and the Caribbean: South America: Mexico: