Japanese widget Bloglue

Japan widget Bloglue

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Vote with a clickLet's votingLet's votingLet's votingLet's vote 41st place  Funny Money Quotes
Funny Money Quotes
Now that the economy is in a recession, we made a widget that might cheer you up. This money widget has some funny random quotes. Grab the widget and let your visitors have a laugh or two in these recession days.
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Vote with a clickLet's votingLet's votingLet's votingLet's vote 42nd place  Star Wave Clock
Star Wave Clock
A Nice star wave clock widget for your profile, blog or website.
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Vote with a clickLet's votingLet's votingLet's votingLet's vote 43rd place  Dancing Hatsune Miku
Dancing Hatsune Miku
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A cute and sexy anime character dancing on your website to the sounds of J Pop. You can change the tune. It doesn't get any better than this for all you anime Japanophiles. Play around with the controls that appear. Also, to close the widget, click on the [閉じる] button that will appear on the upper right of your screen.
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Vote with a clickLet's votingLet's votingLet's votingLet's vote 44th place  HTML Color Dictionary
HTML Color Dictionary
A wonderful tool for web designers and programmers. This widget displays the name and code for the elementary colors, along with the color itself. Each time you acces your page, a different color is displayed. Also, by clicking on the bottom part of the widget, you are taken to a page where finding any color's code is made simple. The code for this widget is easy to find on the widget's webpage. Also, on the webpage there are four setting's which you need not touch if you want the widget as is. However, in setting one you can choose, from top to bottom, 'dictionaries' for the elementary colors, Japanese colors, western colors, metro colors, pastel colors, vivid colors, or all.
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Vote with a clickLet's votingLet's votingLet's votingLet's vote 45th place  Memory Test Game
Memory Test Game
Here's a great game to build and test your powers of memory. The instructions are in Japanese, but I will explain here. The door opens and you are presented with some pictures. Remember them! After a few moments the door closes and then reopens. This time, there is one image that is different from before. Click on that image. If your answer is correct, you proceed to the next and more difficult stage. If you fail, game over. Refresh the screen to play again. The only Japanese you need to know is [ゲームスタート] for Start the Game. When you finish you will also see your ranking on a scale from 1 to 10. Good Luck!
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Vote with a clickLet's votingLet's votingLet's votingLet's vote 46th place  Pickled Plum (Umeboshie) widget
Pickled Plum (Umeboshie) widget
An uniquely Japanese widget if you've ever seen one. Click on the pickled plum and they start dropping onto your web page. Keep clicking and they keep coming. You can also move them around. After a while a huge pickled plum will appear the Japanese asking you if your mouth is drooling yet. Just click the X box to close the screen. Lots of fun. The code is easy to spot on the widget's web page.
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Vote with a clickLet's votingLet's votingLet's votingLet's vote 47th place  Gamers Widget
Gamers Widget
Choose from a ton of games. The only Japanese you really need to know is [スタート] for Start. Code is on the widget's webpage.
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Vote with a clickLet's votingLet's votingLet's votingLet's vote 48th place  PEKO-BREAK Widget
PEKO-BREAK Widget
This is a nicely made, compact game of Falling Blocks with 5 stages total. There's also a way High Score King Function.
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Vote with a clickLet's votingLet's votingLet's votingLet's vote 49th place  World Clock Widget
World Clock Widget
See the date and time for three of the largest cities in the world: New York, London, and Tokyo. Just go to the widget's webpage, click on a color, click on a size, and then copy the code right to your website or blog. It's that easy. Army time is used which makes it simple to distinguish between AM and PM.
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