The Internet Arcade : Free Software by Williams software eye favorite 227 comment 19 Top 10 Games You Never Played I have a confession to make: I haven't played every game ever made. I also seriously doubt I shall ever accomplish such a task, but I can safely say that my tastes generally skew a little from the norm. As such, the following is a list of my ten favorite games that I seriously feel too few people have played. U.S.Navy NEETS program U.S.Navy NEETS program This is an excellent electronics training program but some of the material is specific to the Navy. The basics are all here. Module 1- Introduction to Matter, Energy, and Direct Current Chapter 1 - Matter, Energy, and Electricity Chapter 2 - Batteries Chapter 3 - Direct Current APPENDIX Glossary Laws of Exponents Square and Square Roots Comparison of Units in Electric and Magnetic Circuits; and Carbon Resistor Size Comparison by Wattage Rating Useful Formulas for D.C. Circuits
The best free PC games Looking for the best free PC game? Whether you’re broke or just frugal, free is a price point that appeals to everybody’s purse. We’ve collated the top free games on PC guaranteed to deliver a near endless stream of complementary entertainment. All you need to spend is your time. From military to sci-fi to fantasy, from MMOs to block-builders to card battlers, it turns out that zero can buy you quite a lot in the F2P game world – and that some classics are available at the steepest possible discount.
Honda CL 360 - 'Willow' - Pipeburn - Purveyors of Classic Motorcycles, Cafe Racers & Custom motorbikes “So why did you name the bike Willow?” This is the first question we asked Troy Helmick, the builder of this amazing bike. “Willow trees are strong but fluid” he replied. Very zen, sensei Helmick. Troy is a retired photographer who now runs an Alpaca farm in West Virginia.
Bucket List: 225 Things to Do Before You Die The essence of any good bucket list consists of overcoming fears, achieving goals, realizing dreams and even simple pleasures. Whether it’s an exotic adventure half-way around the world or something simpler, like spending more time with your family or friends, what matters is that you experience all the good and phenomenal things Earth offers. Here you’ll find 225 things to do before you die. Sure, a few of them are what some might consider to be cliché, but we made it a priority to think mostly outside the box. Temtem on Steam Temtem is a massively multiplayer creature-collection adventure inspired by Pokemon. Every kid dreams about becoming a Temtem tamer; exploring the six islands of the Airborne Archipelago, discovering new species, and making good friends along the way. Now it’s your turn to embark on an epic adventure and make those dreams come true. Catch new Temtem on Omninesia’s floating islands, battle other tamers on the sandy beaches of Deniz or trade with your friends in Tucma’s ash-covered fields. Defeat the ever-annoying Clan Belsoto and end its plot to rule over the Archipelago, beat all eight Dojo Leaders, and become the ultimate Temtem tamer!
‘It’s Great to Be Alive!’ Vintage Safety Manual Favourited 1383 times My husband has one or two of these manual. They weren’t instructive but sure scared the bejesus out of you! 10 Great Science Fiction Novels with Go-Back-To-Bed Depressing Endings Good grief! I'm amazed that you all didn't mention Childhood's End by Arthur C. Clarke. Synopsis: The Earth is invaded by the Overlords who bring about world peace and an end to violence, but they tend to remain in their ships rather than intermingle with humanity. Eventually they do show themselves and even though they look like human's concept of the Devil it eventually leads to a Golden Age for Earth. As time progresses the children of humanity begin to evolve in new directions and develop powers such as telekinesis and telepathy which is a precursor to evolving.
Something fishy: Stunning photos show the in's and out's of cold-blooded creatures (and even the dinner they ate) By Daily Mail Reporter Published: 01:23 GMT, 14 April 2012 | Updated: 02:20 GMT, 14 April 2012 It’s a whole new way to look at fish. In a stunning collection by the Smithsonian, cold-blooded creatures are photographed from the inside out, showing every bone, rib, and feature to them.