I like playing good video games. I like them even more when they’re free. I recently stumbled across the Free Bundle it is a site that offers free indie video games. Most of the games are for Windows, but a few indie developers offer a Mac or Linux version. Who knows the developers maybe interested in making a Mac or Linux version if there is enough of a demand. The current bundle is listed for a certain amount of time but not to worry the site has links to old bundles. The download links are still active for games in the old bundles. Check out the games and support indie developers. The team at the Free Bundle welcomes suggestions if you know about a great game to be added to future bundles drop them a line.
CODE/RACER is an interactive fun and free way to practice web development coding. It makes learning coding a game. You learn while having fun. It’s also a fun way to practice.
Today is a Cowboy Bebop music kinda day.
I love Google Doodles. The artists are so talented and creative. I spent hours trying to choose my favorite Google Doodles of 2012. Google displayed 77 artistic version of their logo in 2012. The majority of the 2012 Google Doodles had a global theme. A lot of the doodles focused on the day of independence for various countries or a national day for a country. Almost a fourth of the doodles were dedicated to the Olympics. All 77 of the doodles were creative. However, these 10 Google Doodles are my favorites of 2012:
10. August 12, 2012
The closing ceremony for the 2012 Olympics was fun. It was great seeing representatives from all over the world celebrating and having a good time. Plus we got to see the Spice Girls perform and Google spiced up our lives with this doodle.