Offtopic: Oops forgot about this part. Nothing here today, just enjoy the games. ;)
Drop.ioAt its very core, Drop.io is simply a file host. Unlike other file hosts however, Drop.io makes it convenient for users to use their service. For example, registration is not required and a drop (a place to store files) can be created in seconds.
But the part where Drop.io really shines is their drops. Drops can be sorted in three different views - chronological, media and interactive - depending on your preference. And if you need to collaborate with others, uploading of files and sharing of links or notes are also possible in your drops.
If you're worried about your privacy, drops are not indexed unless you explicitly share their location. For the paranoid, drops can be protected with a user password and an admin password. With an admin password, you can retain control over your drop long after it's been created. This allows you to change a drop's characteristics such as disallowing file uploads.
To save you some time, I made a test drop at http://drop.io/testdropper with a password of asdf so you can see how Drop.io works.
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The ten most addictive online flash games ever madeCNET has an article about the ten most addictive online flash games ever made, which includes one of my favorites - Desktop Tower Defense. Anything that lists Desktop Tower Defense is instantly worthy of my time. (Don't forget about the Multi-Player Desktop Tower Defense.)
Sure enough, there are some games that keep drawing you back in for one last try. But once is never enough. Which is why I'm cutting this short and going back for another attempt. :P
Back to my flash games... More freebies tomorrow... maybe. :P