Minecraft – Building Castles In The Sand

June 15th, 2009

Minecraft is a browser-based sandbox game where you can build enormous structures, explore underground caverns, play with lava and water… or just watch grass grow. The game world is very flexible, allowing you to completely reshape the terrain. If you register for a free account you can also do […] Continue Reading…

“Can I Download The Entire Internet?”

June 12th, 2009

And now for some useless stats.

I know, I know – it’s a stupid question. You can’t really download the Internet. It’s so ridiculously huge and messy that even Google hasn’t indexed all of it. But what if a clueless fool eccentric multibillionaire came by and asked you to do […] Continue Reading…

Take Advantage of Social Proof for Fun and Profit

June 9th, 2009

Social proof is an easy way to bump your traffic figures a little bit and make yourself look more authoritative. Today I’ll show you five simple ways to apply it to your WordPress blog.

The essence of “social proof” is simple : when people don’t have a lot of information […] Continue Reading…

Advanced Spell Checker For WordPress

June 2nd, 2009

After the Deadline is an advanced spell checker plugin for WordPress that was released on Monday. In addition to the standard spell check and suggestions features, it also includes style and grammar checking. The plugin also lets you define custom dictionary of sorts – you can set it to […] Continue Reading…

The Spectrum of Communications

May 28th, 2009

It is customary to laud every new Web 2.0 social networking semantic online service as The Next Big Thing. Facebook, Twitter, FriendFeed and friends all get their share of hype and fan fiction. And that’s fine, as some of those sites really have achieved a lot of success and […] Continue Reading…