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5 short links for today #22

1. Google Wave Extensions: The complete(?) list of Wave extensions including robots and addons/plug-ins for browsers.

2. GeoIP Weather: Quickly check the weather at your place by going to this site. It uses your IP address to locate your city and fetches weather information from It also shows the forecast for the next 4 days.

3. VMWare Images: Ready to use VMWare images of many popular Linux distributions. All of these VMware images are straight installs of the distribution, with all the default options chosen. This means you will be using and American English with an American keyboard. Also no security updated were installed. Linux Distros include multiple releases of CentOS, Fedora, Ubuntu, Debian and FreeBSD. Both HTTP download and Torrent links are available.

4. Papert: Remember Logo, the first computer ‘language’ you ever learnt? Now play once more with the turtle with this browser based Logo compiler.

5. Opening Credits of Marvel Cartoons: Website The Retroist has put together the opening credit animation of some of the popular Marvel Cartoons of the late 60s, along with the lyrics. The Spiderman, Captain America, Fantastic Four, The Hulk and few others.

Spiderman, Spiderman, does whatever a spider can
Spins a web, any size, catches thieves just like flies
Look Out! Here comes the Spiderman…


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