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PUBLIC MARKS from tinyirishdancer

18 February 2006 05:00

18 February 2006 04:00

OpenOffice.org: Home

by 49 others
OpenOffice.org is a multiplatform and multilingual office suite and an open-source project. Compatible with all other major office suites, the product is free to download, use, and distribute.

MoCo Loco - Modern contemporary design & architecture

by 31 others
MoCo Loco is a web magazine featuring modern contempo- rary design news and views.

18 February 2006 03:00

bodytag.org - fluid3

A simple grid-based fluid simulation. Pressure transfer is based on neighbour-cells, and so fluid velocity diffuses quickly.

17 February 2006 22:00

Second Life: Your World. Your Imagination.

by 34 others
Second Life is a 3-D virtual world entirely built and owned by its residents. Since opening to the public in 2003, it has grown explosively and today is inhabited by nearly 100,000 people from around the globe.

17 February 2006 21:00

17 February 2006 20:00

PublicRadioFan.com

by 9 others
PublicRadioFan.com features program listings for hundreds of public radio stations around the world. Follow the audio links to hear your favorite programs and discover new ones.

Book-A-Minute SF/F

by 1 other
We here at Book-A-Minute SF/F have come up with a solution. We've taken several great speculative fiction novels and extracted the important stuff, cutting out all the filler.

SphereSite

by 1 other
Welcome to the SphereSite. The site where you can find innovative interfaces based on SphereXP - the world's number one three-dimensional desktop.

The Mint: Home

by 1 other
www.themint.org is packed with all kinds of tips about what to do with your money. Because the plain fact is YOU'VE GOT CHOICES.

Welcome - TheOpenCD

by 2 others
TheOpenCD is a collection of high quality Free and Open Source Software. The programs run in Windows and cover the most common tasks such as word processing, presentations, e-mail, web browsing, web design, and image manipulation

17 February 2006 19:00

css Zen Garden: The Beauty in CSS Design

by 129 others, 1 comment
A demonstration of what can be accomplished visually through CSS-based design.

17 February 2006 18:00