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Saturday, February 09, 2008


Here I've opened another blog - the difference with this one being that there I'm always going to write something, and here I may just put a site without writing anything in detail about it.

Wednesday, September 05, 2007

Clustering Algorithms

I've published a Java applet demonstrating Clustering Algorithms here.

Sunday, April 22, 2007


Top 10 hopeless misses in soccer.


Well... to be truthful it's not exactly a game. I'm not very sure what it is... but quite impressive.

Saturday, March 24, 2007

Order of magnitude

This video compares the size of Earth, Sun, and other planets and stars placed side by side sorted in the order of the size.

Bot Arena 3

A nice flash strategy game with good graphics and sound to keep you busy for a while.


Jetspeed - you have to accelerate and shoot trucks to get more lives and missiles while Dodge the drones.

Sunday, March 11, 2007

Jedi Trainer

Another simple but addictive time waster with very good sound and visual effects.

Telepathy with Robot

Scientists have created a way to control a robot using telepathy. The robot can only pick up objects and move to specific locations, but this is just proof of concept. Don't believe me? Read the following article!

Make 3D Snowflakes with paper

Should be easy and fun to do... if I've time and nothing else to do I might give it a try.

Monday, December 25, 2006


Another nice game from Orisinals.

Merry Christmas!

Sunday, December 17, 2006

Torch that can light fire

Here is a torchlight powerful enough, so that it can light up the substance on which it flashes!

One Laptop per child

This is a project being developed by a group of people, who aim to provide a laptop for a very low cost ($100), which will be durable, power-efficient and responsive and fit well as a learning tool for kids of poorer countries.

Google Map: Amsterdam jewel

This a real picture folks... this phenomenon in Amsterdam is large enough to be noticed from the space, or Google map!

Old Earth

Google Earth can now display the world as ancient cartographers plotted it. You can view this tribute to history on your latest version (4.0.2416 onwards) of Google Earth by choosing Layers -> Featured Content -> Rumsey Historical Maps.