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Wikipedia has a page about this with a list of websites that should give you what you're looking for: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Correspondence_chess_server


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Konkuri seems to be doing just that, but it seems to be only in french. The website is in french, but you can change the language by choosing your preferred culture in the footer (thanks neo).


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I have had the same query not too long ago... I came up with: abetteropinion.com Secondly if you are looking for game recommendations/similar games based on your input of favorites, here are some great sites: playfire.com raptr.com www.gamerdna.com www.xfire.com For more raw data/recommendation engine kind of information: www.freebase.com A wealth ...


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Only the URL you see is one of Facebook. The page contains a frame which is included from Amazon. According to Facebooks getting started on apps page: Apps on Facebook.com are loaded into a Canvas Page. A Canvas Page is quite literally a blank canvas within Facebook on which to run your app. You populate the Canvas Page by providing a Canvas ...


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Are you thinking of OnLive?


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I've used and enjoyed timeforchess.com (also available via the brilliantly named: redhotpawn.com!)


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A friend wrote one : http://outils.epinardscaramel.com/D/D.php The main aim is to roll dice for role playing games. But it doesn't mail the result. The website is in french though. Easy to use : Write how many dice you want and how many faces it has : "1d4" (1 die with 4 faces), "1d10", "3d100"... You can also add a modifier : "+2" or "-100" You can ...


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Because Blizzard is very focused on security and making sure the game is fair for everyone, there aren't many applications that actually plug into World of Warcraft. Most of the stuff you will find is online sites. (elitistjerks.com) I for one like Rawr. Basically, it grabs your gear info from the armory. Then you give it a list of other items that you have ...


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Random.org can do this, although you'll have to email the results yourself.


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http://www.spoon.net/ perhaps ? :)


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You might give Hunch a try. It asks you questions about what you like and gives you recommendations. Backed by fancy-schmancy machine learning algos and web-2.0-tastic team (like Caterina Fake, co-founder of Flickr), it may be an interesting option.


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It depends on the creator of the game. If the game developer has created an account for you on their own systems, removing permissions for a game doesn't necessarily delete your account with them. You'll need to contact the developer if you want them to remove your account or delete information they have stored about you. To find developer contact ...


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Sounds like you (or someone else) blocked the game on your account. Go to your privacy settings to see if it is blocked.


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I doubt such a service exists. For business applications hosting them offsite on VMs is a cinch. There are no graphics and rarely videos. But for games, the bandwidth would be too intensive. Imagine trying to play Modern Warfare over the internet. Either you would have insane lag as your computer tries to download intensive graphics real-time or you would ...


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Some options: ScoreBook.com OnlineScoreKeeper Fixture List Fixture List looks more like it's just for creating schedules. The other two seem like league management tools.


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Login to MXit and add "chess". www.mxit.com This is a great solution to play chess (over days even, multiple games running at the same time) - you can play via your phone/mobile as well as via their PC client application OR web widget in a browser. (Great for when you want to play in bed or whenever you get a free moment during the day to wip out your ...


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Here's a pretty cool NES emulator: JSNES and it doesn't require any browser plugin, HTML5-based, it runs faster in very recent browsers.


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I found the following from Google, but I can't vouch for them as I never had a NES myself. Nintendo8 1980-Games NES Forever NEScafe Web


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Obsidian Portal has a dice-roller, but it won't do email.


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ACTS ACTS is a site for boardgaming over the web, that also includes a die roller. Any number of sides, any quantity, but only one format. To use it you have to be signed up on the ACTS website (free). It will email answers, but only to those signed up on the site.


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Armory is obvious one. I also like Be Imba. It rates your character's gear and gives you advice which instances or raids to join to get a better one.



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