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Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2008
Today's Cool Site...
One fun game
For years, Minesweeper has come preinstalled on Windows computers. We've all probably played it at one time or another.
Minesweeper is a simple, fun game. The goal is to uncover as many tiles as possible on the board. But, if you hit a mine, the game is over!
Minesweeper isn't a mindless computer game. It tests your ability to think logically. You have to use your powers of deduction to locate the mines.
Of course, Minesweeper's graphics leave a little something to be desired. While it's fun, it isn't very pretty.
Well, Minesweeper just got a makeover! At today's Cool Site, you can check out a new Flash version.
The Flash version of Minesweeper is just as funand challengingas the original. But it is more appealing in the graphics department. Enjoy!
Every day, Team Komando produces some of the best content you'll find anywhere on the Internet. Here is a sampling of what's new on our site today!
• Video of the Day: The DTV transition is nearly upon us. Are you ready? This great PSA will give you all the details. Or, maybe it will confuse you.
• Digital Minute, on your radio: We'd all like to stop spam. But could changing your e-mail address reduce the amount of spam you receive?
• Free Download of the Day: Dictionaries are so last season. This program will replace your dictionary, thesaurus and encyclopedias.
• Tip on the site: Let's say you have three hard drives. Two have lots of space, and one is crammed. What should you do about the full one?
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