100 things to do in 2004
101 ways to save the Internet
(Microsoft To-Do list is my favorite!)
A very cool game that keeps you busy during the holidays:
It's a race to stash the evidence!
Just got back from Arizona, staying
Exactly as planned.
Merry x-mas, folks. :-)
You may say there's no such thing as Santa -
but as for me and grandpa,
Puff, finally wrapped up the final project and had dinner with my group tonight.
Here are the weekend links. Gotta post them now since I'm gonna be in
Arizona this weekend. Enjoy the holidays! :-)
Click them and they'll sing for you!
A love song for computer geeks:
Test how well you can
park your car.
Play with the parameters. Another interesting use of flash.
Finally, three funny songs in Farsi:
Sakineh and Morad [English/Farsi]
When the numbers pertain to Google, they look very, very good. In 18 months the company has quadrupled in size, now employing more than 1,300 people. Annualized revenues have sextupled, to about $900 million. Annualized pretax profits have grown by a factor of 23, to about $350 million
Another [older] news:
Google Code Jam Winner announced. Congratulations!
And here are the links for this weekend:
HexClock for computer geeks!
The one is way too cool:
Just type in the lyrics and let the greatest singers
sing it for you!
I meant to post this links for about six months now but kept forgetting. This
20 Questions game shows how strogly
Artificial Intelligence can be adopted to solve the simple problems.
demonstrates a wonderful sand art.
I don't know if this is true or not, but
that a baby was born with a large birthmark across his cheek... (read the story in