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Cloud Computing

There’s an article from one of the authors of the site Lifehacker on how the editors, separated by vast physical distances, work with each other to keep Lifehacker going. Everything they use to collaborate is web-based. Three of the seven tools are from Google. In “cloud computing,” users no longer have their data tied to […]

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Anti-Global Warming Resources

Wow, I don’t think I’ve ever seen a resource quite like this. I can’t vouge for the accuracy of it, but it seems to be pretty interesting reading. Although I dislike it when sites like this preface facts with “FACT:”.

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One of my favorite extensions for Firefox, Tab Mix Plus, is available for Firefox 3. This add-on lets you change the behavior of tabs. My most wanted feature: when I type a URL in the location bar, I want it to open a new tab automatically.

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With the release of Ubuntu 8.04 Hardy Heron a week or two ago, I thought I’d try it out. I’ve been casually playing around with Linux for quite some time. I think the first version I installed was Mandrake Linux 8.0, back in 2001. Anyways, I like to see what’s new and how much Linux […]

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I think with my generation, you can do anything with the original Super Mario theme and it’s automatically awesome. Mario Theme Played with RC Car and Bottles – Watch more free videos

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Funny Commercial Break

Ahh, FedEx.

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