Skype Recorder is a surprisingly easy-to-use tool for recording Skype audio conversations. Skype Recorder can record Skype calls automatically. The software has a number of additional handy features such as an automatic record encoding into MP3/WMA/OGG/WAV format, all Skype versions support, conversations in either single or dual audio track recording, hidden mode work, a built-in audio player, a built-in FTP-client and an easy-going interface.
It is really simple to create a new recording. All you need is to run Skype Recorder.
The software will start the recording by itself as soon as you start talking on Skype. The conversation over, Skype Recorder will encode the recording to the specified format and will save the ready file on your hard drive. Due to the built-in audio player, you will be able to listen to the recording in no time and do whatever you like - delete it, move or upload to the site.
Skype Recorder: http://www.extralabs.net/SkypeRecorderSetup.exe
Power Pong X: http://pages.prodigy.net/thekemmlers/ppxdemo.zip
Power Pong X. It started as a cheap 4-color pong clone with one mode, and your paddles acted funny when you pressed the directions. Now, there are 43 modes, a one player game, practice modes, secrets, cheats and a hidden mode. With Hi-q 3D rendered graphics to round it out, power pong is a game that I hope you'll find worth the download. The fast paced action varies from extremely easy, such as the oversized DK mode, to the extremely difficult "psychotic multiball mode", in which hundreds of balls occupy the screen at once. There's something for everonye. The controlls are easy to learn, with only 3 keys per player. Don't let that make you think there isn't much variety, what with the simplicity and all. With so many different ways to play, PPX won't get stale. I won't bother you with my rantings much longer, but let me say that PPX is worth a download not only because it's a good game, but because it's not a big-budget, $60, ripoff of a hardrive gobbling monster that some media giant decides to dupe gamers into buying. It's a game made by a real person, with real games in mind.