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  • BrickQuest - BrickQuest is a game of small-scale fantasy combat similar to HeroQuest, Warhammer Quest, or MageKnight Dungeons. It requires at least two players to play and can be played easily by four to six players
  • Ten to Avoid - the Worst Products of 2005 - For you last-minute shoppers, here's my annual list of the ten worst products of the year—as scored and reviewed by PC Magazine Labs.
  • FireFox 1.5 - Firefox 1.5 builds upon the success of its predecessor to deliver an improved browser with significant performance and usability upgrades, security and privacy enhancements, best-in-class support for Web standards, and greater customization options.
  • My contribution to the CSS shadow kerfuffle - Box shadows are a very common design element, and not being able to use them on the Web is a real pain in the ass.
  • Microsoft Testing Its Own 'Google Base' - Microsoft Corp. said it is readying an online marketplace, code-named Fremont, which is apparently in response to a similar feature that rival Google Inc. introduced a few weeks ago.
  • Examining ASP.NET 2.0's Site Navigation - Part 2 - explores programmatically accessing site map data through the SiteMap class; includes a thorough discussion of the SiteMapPath (breadcrumb) control.
  • How Swearing Works - We’ll explore what makes words into swearwords, why most Americans use them and how society responds to swearing.
Posted on Wednesday, November 30, 2005 11:03 AM | Back to top


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