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January 3, 2008

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10 Awesome Things About Dungeons & Dragons [Digg]

Posted: 02 Jan 2008 01:36 PM CST

Sean Kelly has started playing the original Dungeons & Dragons again (pen & paper version) and he recently sent out his list of 10 Awesome Things About D&D:

Nintendo DS to Begin Full Game Downloads [Digg]

Posted: 02 Jan 2008 09:17 AM CST

We’ve long known the NIntendo DS to be a capable of downloading content like demos from kiosks, but “complete games” will soon be downloadable through the Wii, and then Wi-Fi transferable to the DS, according to Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime’s interview with the NYT.

Conspiracy Against Shareaza and Open Letter to the RIAA [Digg]

Posted: 02 Jan 2008 08:42 AM CST

La Societe Des Producteurs De Phonogrammes En France (SPPF), which represents recording labels in France, is suing three P2P software vendors, including Shareaza. The SPPF make many false claims against Shareaza in order to win in court. This is an open letter to them, setting the record straight.

How the Grinches Stole Net Neutrality [Digg]

Posted: 02 Jan 2008 08:04 AM CST

Until recently, net neutrality was a difficult issue to explain at a dinner party. It was even more of a struggle to get anybody worked up about it. Now, thanks to the major Internet service providers (ISPs) Comcast and Bell-Sympatico, the stakes are crystal clear and the acrid scent of a smoking gun hangs in the room.

What’s Next on the Web: a ReadWriteWeb Toolkit for 2008 [Digg]

Posted: 02 Jan 2008 04:51 AM CST

Some people say that the bubble’s going to take a downturn in the next year or two – that huge numbers of copycat startups are going to shut down, people are going to be out of work and Web 2.0 cheerleaders are going to eat their (our) words.

Malware Evolving Too Fast for Antivirus Apps [Digg]

Posted: 01 Jan 2008 08:53 PM CST

Bad guys use sophisticated testing to create malware that can evade even the best security programs.

Time Magazine’s 50 Best Websites 2007 [Digg]

Posted: 01 Jan 2008 05:26 PM CST

Our 2007 picks are the best examples of what’s new and exciting about the Web right now. Here we honor sites with exceptional style and smarts, sites that offer new and improved ways to access and share content, generate our own and otherwise enrich the online (and off-line) experience. What do you think of our choices?

Why Linux Distros Are More Secure Than Windows [Digg]

Posted: 01 Jan 2008 01:55 PM CST

Security in an OS refers to a process, not a product. This article discusses the features of Linux which makes a secure process possible when used by a knowledgeable user, namely better patch management, stronger defaults, modularity, better tools against zero day attacks, transparency and diversity of environment.

2008: Web 2.0 Companies I Couldn’t Live Without [Digg]

Posted: 01 Jan 2008 01:06 PM CST

This is a list of the products I tend to use daily. Some are for work, some are for fun, and some are useful for both. But I use most of them every day, or nearly every day, and I would not be as productive or happy without all of them.

How to Become a Gmail Jedi Master [Digg]

Posted: 01 Jan 2008 08:00 AM CST

Learn to master Gmail through the use of labels, filters, keyboard shortcuts, and vacation autoresponders. Sync Gmail with your wireless devices through the new IMAP support. “Gmail Master Become I”…

We have everything to fear from ID cards [Digg]

Posted: 01 Jan 2008 05:53 AM CST

“…Surveillance cameras and lost data will prove minuscule problems next to ID cards, which will obliterate the fundamental right to walk around in society as an unknown.”

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