Tag Archives: software

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Back in the days of dial-up internet connections, it could take a very long time to download a single web page. It wasn’t unusual for me to queue up a few pages, then go have a cup of coffee or watch a television show and come back when they’d finished loading. Then I discovered the …

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Neko

I used to love Neko.  A lot of fun little virtual pets used to come out of Japan back in the day. It’s been updated for modern systems, and you can download it HERE.  It’s free, and open source.

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FreeMind

FreeMind is a software tool to help you brainstorm or to tie together disjointed thoughts and ideas.  It’s a freebie, there are versions for Windows, Apple, and Linux, and you can get it HERE.

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Cryptrover

If you’re looking for a simple little Role Playing Game, you might like this one:  Cryptrover (It’s a freebie.)

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