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  • There are some operating systems that you don’t need money to buy. For everyone else, there’s Windows.
  • The Microsoft Internet Explorer Developer Toolbar provides a variety of tools for quickly creating, understanding, and troubleshooting Web pages. This version is a preview release and behavior may change in the final release.
  • Hollywood’s baby boom is bringing motherhood into an even more bright spotlight. Take our fun quiz to reveal your celebrity mom soulmate.
  • “I’m a University student. I should be able to work this computer.” “Don’t tell me your education is failing you now.”
  • Laugh It Off is a humourous comic strip about whatever Cameron finds funny.
  • In response to all of those “Isn’t ska some dance form of reggae?” questions, I present the following historical background to the music we call ska, gleaned from liner notes I have lying about the place, various postings to (news:alt.music.ska), and su
  • A certain trend among designers, believing that small text gives a Web page a sleek appearance and provides more space per “page” for actual content, sometimes results in the use of unreasonably small font sizes. Unfortunately, this does not go well with
  • In this video tutorial, Creative Cow leader Andrew Kramer demonstrates how to create light streaks as seen in the new Nano iPod commercial.
  • Welcome to Wikiality, the Wiki dedicated to upholding and documenting truthiness.
  • A magazine for web-designers and developers. we smash you with the information which will make your life easier. really.
  • All Six Movies. In Order. In HD. For the First Time Ever! Premiering November 10th at Midnight
  • The MPAA has recruited the boy scouts of America to do their dirty work. Scouts will now be able to learn a merit badge for anti-piracy related activities, including creating public service announcements urging others not to steal movies or music. No word
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