Thursday, 29 November 2007

Psicofxp.com

Lately, every time I desperately google a tech problem/doubt I have, more often than not there's some kind of response at the psicofxp.com forums (the portal of the site is here).
Today, I was having a silly problem installing some mobile games. Couldn't remember which file to upld/dld first from euploader. Here's the answer, for the next time it happens:

Nkwap no sirve para bajar en Samsung, ya que éstos celus precisan del .jad y nkwap no deja subirlos.
Te recomiendo www.euploader.com. Ahí subís el .jar, despues el .jad , y listo, ya podés entrar a la URL que te indican y te bajas el .jad , y a jugar...!

Friday, 23 November 2007

Aha, I'm not the only one!!

Let's see: I was checking Amanuensis' LJ after seeing her in my own LJ's friends list (odd, that), and followed her to Entertainment Weekly's page, to read an article on J. K. Rowling's outing of Dumbledore, Dumbledore: A Lovely Outing, by Mark Harris (with whom I agree on the subject), that lead me to check some other EW's articles, including Magical Mystery Tour, an intersting summary of the first six Potter books, and J.K. Rowling's Ministry of Magic, by... Stephen King!! Yay! Finding such a fan allows me to make rude gestures to those that call me, an adult fan, nerd (take that, Nana!) And the article is good, not only on Harry but also on reading; here's a snippet, were he mentions charas and authors I'll now have to try and read.

But reading was never dead with the kids. Au contraire, right now it's probably healthier than the adult version, which has to cope with what seems like at least 400 boring and pretentious ''literary novels'' each year. While the bigheads have been predicting (and bemoaning) the postliterate society, the kids have been supplementing their Potter with the narratives of Lemony Snicket, the adventures of teenage mastermind Artemis Fowl, Philip Pullman's challenging His Dark Materials trilogy, the Alex Rider adventures, Peter Abrahams' superb Ingrid Levin-Hill mysteries, the stories of those amazing traveling blue jeans. And of course we must not forget the unsinkable (if sometimes smelly) Captain Underpants. Also, how about a tip of the old tiara to R.L. Stine, Jo Rowling's jovial John the Baptist?

On another note, in HogWebs, they review some HP site's I've been to, and for some reason (meaning that ultra long never-finished post full of links to sort) never written about. Here they are.

FOR SPOILER HUNTERS: J.K. Rowling's official site
Want to know what's going to happen to Harry in the next book? The author herself will be the first to tell you, as she often offers little clues, usually hidden like a sorcerer's stone behind elaborate visual puzzles on this site.

FOR NEWS HOUNDS: Harry Potter Automatic News Aggregator
If news about the Potter books or movies appears anywhere on the Web, it'll end up here.

FOR FANS OF THE STARS: Veritaserum
This is the place for multimedia clips of the latest interviews and media appearances by Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, and other stars of the film series.

FOR NEWBIES: The Floo Network
Don't know your Gringotts from your Gryffindor? Visit this webring, which includes a lexicon, an archive of indexed J.K. Rowling interview quotes, a gallery of illustrations and still photos, and a news page called The Leaky Cauldron.

FOR INTERMEDIATE AND ADVANCED POTTERPHILES: MuggleNet
If you know as much about the wizarding world as a Hogwarts upperclassman, this is the site for you. Here, fans nitpick mistakes, write fan fiction, and hold literary discussions about the characters on a weekly podcast.

Monday, 12 November 2007

Reviewing the Kanji...

Reviewing the Kanji is a web-based flashcard application for remembering the kanji. Looks very interesting, but I should probably try *learning* the kanji first.

Gaming in Spanish

I'm considering actually registering at this site, MiniTorneos, just to play Chinchón. Might try to invite someone else to play, too.

Monday, 5 November 2007

ProcessList.com - Discover what's running on your computer!

Ahá!! Just the thing for me! ProcessList.com - Discover what's running on your computer!, instead of googling everything every so often. Not infalible, though, but well, nothing is. And there's always still Google.

Edit: Cannot believe I never thought to put here a link to FILExt - The File Extension Source. And that DLL download site I had, not even sure it's still around.