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Giveaway of the Day

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I just found a nice site that every day they offer for FREE licensed software I’d have to buy otherwise! All these giveaway softwares are not trial downloads but totally free. Sound interesting?

Basically, every day Giveaway of the day nominate one software title that will be a Giveaway title of that day. The software will be available for download for 24 hours (or more, if agreed by software publisher) and that software will be absolutely free. That means – not a trial, not a limited version – but a registered and legal version of the software will be free for their visitors.

The software product will be presented in its full functionality, without any limitations save for those mentioned in Terms and Conditions.

If you are gamers, you can download free games from Game Giveaway of the Day, that allowing you to get the commercial games – for free.

Happy download and have a great day!

What is your Page Strength?

in Article/Blogging/Fun/Internet/SEO by launched Page Strength, an online tool to tell you the importance and visibility of web pages.

Webmetrics, Google PageRank, Alexa ranking toolbar and composite indicators are some of the valuable tools to help you gauge your web pages. This is pretty helpful when you are doing search engine optimization Google and trying to figure out which site is worthy of your back links.

However, aside from those mentioned there are other tools that you can rely on and one of them is the SEOmoz Page Strength Indicator, a new way of measuring the importance of a site.

Page Strength

SEOmoz Page Strength Indicator is based on the following measures:

  • Links pointing to full URL (Yahoo)
  • Links pointing to domain (Yahoo)
  • Position for first four words of title tag on target URL (Google)
  • Age of Domain
  • Links from domains with .edu TLDs (Yahoo)
  • Links from domains with .gov TLDs (Yahoo)
  • Alexa Rank
  • Domain name visibility (Google)
  • Internal Link Percent
  • Number of search results for URL search at
  • Listings in DMOZ (ODP)
  • Links found in Wikipedia

I got Page Strength 5.5 out of 10 for supriyadisw dot net. Check it out supriyadisw dot net page strength. How about yours?

Frozen Bubble on Ubuntu

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Frozen Bubble is a free software “Puzzle Bobble” style computer game which is available on several operating systems including Linux, Mac OS X, Windows and the Symbian Series 60 line of smartphones.

This is a puzzle game where you must launch colored bubbles toward bubbles frozen to the top of the screen. If there are three or more bubbles of the same color in contact, those bubbles will pop.

The original Frozen Bubble was written in Perl by Guillaume Cottenceau, and uses the Simple DirectMedia Layer (SDL) library. The game features 100 levels and includes a level editor.

Frozen Bubble


Frozen Bubble features:

  • 50 Single player levels
  • A two player mode
  • Beautiful music
  • Colorful, detailed graphics
  • Hours and hours of 2p game
  • 3 Professional quality 20-channel music
  • 15 stereo sound effects
  • 7 unique graphical transition effects.


To install Frozen Bubble you may use the command line and type:

sudo apt-get install frozen-bubble

Play it

To start Frozen Bubble, in a terminal type:


You should find the launcher in the Games section of the Applications menu.

Applications -> Games -> Frozen-Bubble

That?s it, play it!

Techzoogle – Tech and Gadget Site

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Do you have a lot of time surfing the Internet for the latest buzz, gadgets and tech news? If you are interesting in technology and all the latest gadgets out on the market today, visit Techzoogle.

They blog about all types of technology stories from Web 2.0 stuff to general tech news.

I must say that I enjoyed my first visit to the site – and it contains lots of interesting articles that I am interested to read about.

For example this article about Novel $100 Laptop. I’m glad I came across Techzoogle, because with the amount of time that I spend and the computer and the lack of time I have to research the latest computer stuff, it’s a great resource.

Yes, I’m an A-List Bloglebrity!

in Blogging/Fun/Wordpress by launched a funny widget that ranks you whether as a A-List bloglebrity or not? This widget is designed using Technorati API.

According to Kineda “To be an A-List Bloglebrity on the Internet, it?s all about the amount of link love you can score”.

You will be the A-List bloglebrity of this widget if you could get more than 150 blogs linked to your blog in the past 180 days.

You can head over to Kineda and see if you’re a A-List Blogger or not. Here is the result for 😉

My Results:

With 523 links in the last 180 days, Technorati places in the very high authority group.

That makes you a A-List Blogger!

A-List Blogger

The Very High Authority Group (500 or more blogs linking in the last 6 months)
In the final group we see what might be considered the blogging elite. This group, which represents more than 4,000 blogs, exhibits a radical shift in post frequency as well as blog age. Bloggers of this type have been at it longer ? a year and a half on average ? and post nearly twice a day, an increase in posting volume of over 100% from the previous group. Many of the blogs in this category, in fact, are about as old as Technorati and we?ve grown up together. Some of these are full-fledge professional enterprises that post many, many times per day and behave increasingly like our friends in the mainstream media. As has been widely reported, the impact of these bloggers on our cultures and democracies is increasingly dramatic.

How about yours? Hopefully you are a A-list Bloglebrity too 🙂

Pixel Art Web 2.0

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Web 2.0 done in some pretty cool pixel art. How many Web2.0 startups can you pick out?

Pixel Art Web 2.0

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AJAX Yahoo! Mail

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What is it?

I just found a cool firefox extension.

This firefox extension help me to preview my messages with a single click.

You should try this, it’s so cool.

With the AJAX Yahoo! Mail Extension, a small ‘plus sign’ is added next to each message in your Inbox (or other folder) which will allow you to preview the message without leaving the folder.

As a bonus, you can also download attachments from your Yahoo!Mail with just one click.


  1. Preview our messages without leaving our inbox. We can see a small “plus sign” next to our email list. Just click this small sign to preview the message.
  2. We can send back messages (reply) with a single click using Instant Reply (see the right bottom of preview message).
  3. Download any attachment with a single click.

For more detail about this extensions see their website.

How to Install

  1. You must have Firefox Web Browser. You can download and install Firefox with Google Toolbar.
  2. Goto Firefox AJAX Yahoo! Mail Extensions site.
  3. Find link Install Now and click on it to install this extension to your Firefox.
  4. Restart Firefox.
  5. Open your Yahoo! Mail and see how cool this extensions 😀


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