Yep, there are some things that really will make this place cooler. Here's a couple of them and some of the tools that made it as cool as it is:
|Radio 1190: If you're still listening to the same 8 songs played to death on some cheese-ridden station that's run by a monopolistic corporation that owns all the other stations in your city and refers to them as "market share", I pity you. Use those extra digits of you IQ and tune your radio to AM 1190. Then tear the knob off, you won't be needing it ever again. Non-commercial, always new, student run. The Revolution.|
Player Classic. You
wanna watch the video? You'd better get the free player that
Media Player Classic is an extremely light-weight media player for Windows. It looks just like the good-old Media Player v6.4, but has lots of nice extra features.
MPC has, for instance, a built in DVD player with real-time zoom, support for AVI subtitles, QuickTime and RealVideo support, and lots more. Definitely a great replacement for the huge and clumsy Microsoft Media Players.
|www.1AND1.com: Want your own domain name to slather your inane hobbies, useless opions and stupid pictures all over the net? Of course you do. 1and1 will set you up for only $2.99 a month! This will get you your own whatever.com domain name, 5000 megs of server space, and all kinds of email addresses to make you look legitimate.|
|YahooGroups: Here's how the mailing list database and automatic invites are created.|
|Kall8.com: Want a 800 number for voicemail and faxes like Captain Obvious has? Receive calls anywhere you want, anytime you want via a personal 800 number! Listen to voicemail over the phone, get your voicemail via email, get notified via email/pager/ICQ when messages arrive, send and receive faxes over the net and forward faxes from your phone! Mention ID: D21806 when you set up an account!|
|Site Meter is a free, fast, and easy way to add a web counter to your web page. Not only does it display the number of visitors to your web site, it also keeps statistics on the number of visits each hour and each day.|
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