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  • "After examining statistics from 27 nations, a group of researchers found the presence of book-lined shelves in the home — and the intellectual environment those volumes reflect — gives children an enormous advantage in school."
  • Akihabara, in Tokyo, is a major shopping area for electronic, computer, anime, and otaku goods. You can find any sort of old & new videogames, starting from the 8-bit era to modern motion-sensing videogames. But is also the promised land for nostalgic gamers who has left the heart in their Super Nintendo and actually sees the world in pixels. The Akihabara you can download here is my personal dream too. It is a set of libraries, tools and presets to create pixelated indie-style 8/16-bit era games in Javascript that runs in your browser without any Flash plugin, making use of a small small small subset of the HTML5 features, that are actually available on many modern browsers.

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  • The Simple PHP Framework is a pragmatic approach to building websites with PHP 5. It’s geared towards web design shops and freelance programmers looking for a common foundation to quickly bring web projects to life. Without getting too technical, SPF follows the no-framework Framework method coined by Rasmus Lerdorf — with a little Active Record thrown in for good measure.
  • Simplenote is a free replacement for the Notes app on your iPhone or iPod touch. It has a great interface, awesome web syncing, and it works with a growing number of desktop apps.

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I spent $76.02 on Apps in the past 15 months. I'm kinda surprised it ended up being so low. Felt like I spent more on apps. Looking back on all my purchases free and pay, the pricier apps didn't stay long and were the most unsatasifying. The only greater than $0.99 apps with staying power were a handful of photo apps which, other than Strategery and Apple apps, get the most running time.

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