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How do I convert photo to polaroid?

How do I convert photo to polaroid?

Convert photos to polaroids for free quickly - use web based services or standalone free programs. [more...]

Know the date when web site was indexed by search engine bots

Know the date when web site was indexed by search engine bots

Get to know the date your web site was indexed by search engines - Google, Yahoo and MSN. Paste image code on the home page for future reference. [more...]

Extract color from image: get color codes

Extract color from image: get color codes

Extract color from images and get hexadecimal, RBG and web safe color codes. [more...]

How do I check typing speed?

How do I check typing speed?

Check typing speed for free with 10-fast-fingers Speedtest. A web based resource that lets you know how many words you type per minute. [more...]

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How do I view a deleted web page?
Is there a way to view a deleted web page - one that is no longer available? Yes there is and the solution is quite simple. [more...]

Fact

The extremely popular number game, Sudoku, does not come from Japan. It was invented by Howard Garns, an American architect, and published for the first time in 1979 in the Dell Pencil Puzzles and Word Games. The puzzle remained relatively unknown. In April of 1984, Sudoku, then known as Number Place, was published in the Nikoli magazine in Japan and became a instant hit in the country. Incidentally, the Japanese still call by its original name - Number Place! The credit for making Sudoku popular around the world goes to Wayne Gould, a Hong Kong judge. He first created a computer program that could produced countless puzzles automatically and then convinced The Times to publish them in Britain. On 12th November 2004, the first modern Sudoku was published. It then crossed the Atlantic and became a sensation in the US. By the way, the word Sudoku is of Japanese origin and means digit-single. The term is copyrighted in Japan by Maki Kaji, the president of Japanese publishing company Nikoli. [more...]

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