I just wanted to point out a VERY good pro games designer. His games are always something new and have high quality, I always look out for a new one. You can visit his awesome site here!
(Above) The Scratch logo, along with its trademarked cat.
I have found a wonderful program. Scratch, made by MIT, is a easy to use programming language for ages 5-13. It is based on Sqeak Smalltalk, and is built on you having to drag "blocks" from the palette to create a program. The shape of the blocks prevent any syntax errors, so Scratch is perfect for young people interested in programming. You can make anything, from games, to animations or art! It even has a Scratch website to upload your projects to, a Scratch wiki, and forums. Finally, it has the most friendly online community! Every day, there is someone who can help you, there is always no swearing, and it is always simple to make new friends.
Well, if this is the 1st time you've heard of Scratch, you are in luck. Scratch 2.0, the highly improved version of Scratch that will be in the cloud, will be released very soon. Oh, and if you want to make a pro game with saving and all that, Scratch is not for you. Scratch is just an easy programming language that can't make a big game. It is still worth to try out, though. Have fun at scratch.mit.edu!
As of now, we have combined our other 2 sites into this one, to provide the best experience for any visitors. We decided that it is easier to have 1 site than to manage 3 separate ones.
EDIT: Nanogaming is still seperate.
Is it true? Yes. A white iphone is coming to the public!
Oh, and it's not just the color they changed, they have add better functionality and multi-tasking. They even might double the existing memory for iphones, raising 32 GB to 64!!! The only thing that is keeping back the launch of this promising gadget is the recent earthquake in Japan, for Japan makes most of the parts for the iphone. Estimated date of launch, maybe September 2011, when Japan should be better.
That is a lot of features, but is it worth it? I don't think I would need to open more than 3 tabs at once.
In my opinion, the added memory is an exceptional perk, but I would get it just for the sleek and shiny new color of it. Well, it's up to you.
P.S: Check out the video that leaked this idea: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wg-gfF3Pryc&feature=player_embedded
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The Google Chrome 11 logo
How many of you surf the internet frequently? How many of you are tired of waiting for your browser to load? Well, Chrome is here to save the day (Hooray!). Unlike other browsers like Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera, and Safari, Chrome is super fast on today's internet. It even has a sleek, toolbar that does not take up space, and it has the Themes Gallery, with tons of theme to spruce up your browser. The app store is the ideal place to find an app or extension for your chrome browser. Yep, you can actually get apps! I love how you can pin tabs, and search easily with the revolutionary Omnibox. The Omnibox is the fusion between a search box, and a URL box. This means you can type in either a search term, or a website like ours! No more wasting time with 2 boxes!
One helpful cool thing about Google Chrome is that it syncs with your google account. For example, you can go to a different computer with chrome and still keep your bookmarks, theme, apps, and extensions! I salute you, Google, for bringing us this browser. Google Chrome 11 is the browser that stands out from the crowd with:
Oh, and if you haven't already, try it out now! You will never switch back.
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