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November 20, 2007

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Overly-broad copyright law has made USA a “nation of infringers”

Posted: 19 Nov 2007 12:39 PM CST

Dungeons & Dragons

Posted: 19 Nov 2007 12:14 PM CST

MacDevCenter.com — Exploring the Mac OS X Firewall

Posted: 19 Nov 2007 11:50 AM CST

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Posted: 19 Nov 2007 11:09 AM CST

Tetris Skits – Family Guy, Futurama, Simpsons (via )

Posted: 19 Nov 2007 10:13 AM CST

Sesame Street DVD Deemed Adult-Only Entertainment [Digg]

Posted: 19 Nov 2007 09:34 AM CST

How far we’ve fallen: “The old “Sesame Street” is not for the faint of heart, and certainly not for softies born since 1998, when the chipper “Elmo’s World” started. Anyone who considers bull markets normal, extracurricular activities sacrosanct and New York a tidy, governable place — well, the original “Sesame Street” might hurt your feelings. “

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Posted: 19 Nov 2007 09:21 AM CST

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Posted: 19 Nov 2007 09:20 AM CST

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Posted: 19 Nov 2007 09:19 AM CST

oobject » fantastic vintage tvs

Posted: 19 Nov 2007 09:19 AM CST

Dawn of the Computer Era | Funtasticus.com

Posted: 19 Nov 2007 09:14 AM CST

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Posted: 19 Nov 2007 08:25 AM CST

Happy Birthday Nintendo Wii! [Digg]

Posted: 19 Nov 2007 01:45 AM CST

A year ago today, if you would’ve mentioned the Wii would outsell the PS3 people would’ve laughed at you, possibly even revoke your 1st amendment. Today the Nintendo Wii turns 1 year old! and success could not had been any sweeter for the cutely named console with the out of box thinking controllers.

The 10 Worst Consumer Tech Trends [Digg]

Posted: 19 Nov 2007 12:29 AM CST

“I’m the consumer, and as far as I’m concerned it’s all about me.” So what sucks? Closed-source technology, over-promising and under-delivering (read: Segway/Zune), fanboyism, format wars, and more.

How to Keep your Job and be a Part-Time Photographer [Digg]

Posted: 18 Nov 2007 10:28 PM CST

Not everyone wants to be a full-time photographer. There are plenty of people who love shooting images and taking beautiful pictures — and who still want to keep doing a day job which they can count on to pay the mortgage.But that doesn’t mean they can’t also turn their photography skills into a source of income.Here’s how you can do it..

How to take a course at MIT free — at home [Digg]

Posted: 18 Nov 2007 07:44 PM CST

“You may not have the grades, the money or even the means to get to a physics class with one of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s best lecturers.”

New Jersey legislator speaks out on why he endorsed Ron Paul [Digg]

Posted: 18 Nov 2007 11:56 AM CST

NJ Assemblyman that was almost thrown in jail for refusing to raise taxes and increase spending tells why he endorsed Ron Paul for president.

Fantastic Vintage TVs (pics) [Digg]

Posted: 17 Nov 2007 12:05 PM CST

As flat screen TVs become ubiquitous, vintage TVs look more and more interesting and unusual. From early mechanical TVs consisting of a spinning disk and lens, to Sony’s original transistor TV and portable LCD sets from as early as the 80s. Here are some of our favorites from collector sites around the world.

Master Your DSLR Camera, Part 1: Program Mode [Digg]

Posted: 16 Nov 2007 11:06 AM CST

In auto mode your camera makes just about all the decisions for you. It’s time to take control, hit the highway, and learn what you can do in program mode. Switching to program mode, however, allows your camera to make some decisions for you, but also puts three things in your control: the flash, the ISO value, and the white balance. Let’s start!

BIG List of Past Skull and Bones Society members [+PIC] [Digg]

Posted: 16 Nov 2007 10:08 AM CST

“These secret groups include the Bilderbergers, the Council on Foreign Relations, The Knights of the Garter, The Knights of Malta, The 33rd Degree Masons, the Rhodes Scholars, The Skull and Bones and the Trilateral Commission. What is needed is a historical roster of the membership of each of these groups.”

Underground Hacker Targets Apple Fanboys [Digg]

Posted: 15 Nov 2007 08:37 PM CST

GlennWolsey.com is down for the count. A quote from the hacked site: “This website has been flagged for excessive Apple fanboism, and has been taken down for 24 hours. This is a message to the rest of the Mac community, so listen up. Ever heard of hubris? Tone it down, and you will not be attacked. Everyone else is open game.”

30 Interview Questions You Can’t Ask (and 30 Sneaky But Legal Alternatives) [Digg]

Posted: 15 Nov 2007 03:56 PM CST

“In every job interview, the goal is to obtain important information while building a friendly rapport with the candidate. But some questions are just a little too friendly. Protect yourself and your company from legal trouble and embarrassment by avoiding the wrong questions, yet still getting to the root of the concern behind the question.”

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