Free Games for Your Website

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For lots of games to play on your desktop and to download visit FreeWorldGroup.com. You’ll get survivor games, Zombie games, war and assault games, puzzles, ship, car and bike races, golfing logic games and more. You get a choice of either downloading the games (.swf and .gif files), or embedding them. You’ll get ads, but there is a ‘skip this ad’ button. Below is “TANK:”

 

Instant YouTube Search

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Search YouTube with instant search results. Results change with each letter you add to the search box on YTInstant.com and a video pops right up based on Google’s search suggestions. YouTube Instant was created by Feross Aboukhadijeh as a response to the new Google Instant in a bet with his roommate. YouTube Instant was built using a combination of the YouTube API and YouTube search suggestions. Feross is promising on his blog to make it even faster and add more features. Sounds great!

A Free PSD File Every Day

Get a free .psd file every day for a year. The website invites designers to give their unused graphics a second life and give them away for free at 356psd.com. You’ll find buttons, arrows, icons, progress bars and more searchable by tags. The site doesn’t state what happens when the year is over…

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Browser Compatibility Charts for HTML 5 and CSS 3

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Confused by which browsers support which features of HTML5 and CSS3? Find Me By IP offers a browser compatibility chart for CSS3 properties and selectors and HTML5 web applications, audio and video codecs and form attributes. Their What’s My IP feature also shows what ‘advanced’ features your own browser supports.

Copyright In Simple Terms

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If you need quick information on US copyrights and what they mean for your website or web business, read “10 Big Myths About Copyright Explained” at Templeton’s website. You’ll get a quick rundown on when something is considered copyrighted, what’s considered fair use, the idea of public domain, creating work based on another’s work and about quoting text from another site. The site also has info on the basics of copyright. For the ‘full’ version of copyrights information, visit the government site at copyright.gov.