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Comment: Re:He's an Eight Year Old Kid (Score 1) 726

by nudnik72 (#40390681) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: Best Science-Fiction/Fantasy For Kids?
I also vote for "Secrets of Droon", by Tony Abbott. This series is about three kids who discover a magic staircase in their basement leading to another world full of magic, flying lizards, and fun, furry creatures. The kids make friends and go on various adventures. My 8-yo daughter is devouring these books at a rate of about one a day -- each book is a few pages longer than the previous, helping the child build up the courage to tackle larger stories (Harry Potter can be daunting to a child who can't get past the idea of reading a 300+ page book!). We get the books from the local library because when she's done with this series, I expect there will be another one...
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+ - Weird Al Saved By Twitter->

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nudnik72
nudnik72 writes "You may not be white, but if you're reading Slashdot, you're definitely nerdy: "Weird" Al's latest album, Alpocalypse, will be released tomorrow, June 21st. According to an interview with Wired.com, the King of Pop Parodies explains that this wasn't the first time a music label and the parodied artist didn't see eye-to-eye."
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+ - Javascript Amstrad CPC Emulator->

Submitted by Anonymous Coward
An anonymous reader writes "CPCBox is an Amstrad CPC emulator in Javascript!
Since its release last year, a lot happened.
Over time, accuracy improved, optimizations were made, support for disk images was added, and many more things.

Today, to celebrate the "World music day", CPCBox went above and beyond.
Yep, the new version of CPCBox brings the lovely sound chip emulation of the Amstrad.
It's ideal for listening to chiptunes and set back into the mood of 80's geeks.

Technically speaking, sound datas are output through Mozilla Audio Data API. It implies that, as of now, it's necessary to use Firefox to enjoy sound in CPCBox.
For a nice relaxing time in Arkanoid, Boulder Dash or Gryzor, only one address to go: http://www.cpcbox.com/"

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