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MP3 Recording: Trying to cancel AOL

the MP3 of this guy trying to cancel his account is at the same time very (very!) funny and way too common an experience for most of us.

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A Ring Tone That Adults Cannot Hear (with MP3)

In that old battle of the wills between young people and their keepers, the young have found a new weapon that could change the balance of power on the cellphone front: a ring tone that many adults cannot hear.read more | digg story


MPAA: The Grateful Dead’s Success Was An Abomination

Witness this bizarre exchange between John Perry Barlow and the MPAA's Dan Glickman debating the future of the entertainment industry. Barlow notes that he made an awful lot of money as a songwriter for the Grateful Dead, which encouraged its fans to make tapes of its shows for free.

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House rejects Net neutrality rules

Cnet has a story discussing the impact of the house's rejection of net neutrality rules. Effectively, the outcome is that an ISP will be able to throttle the bandwidth it provides to various sites (and presumably services) at their discression. The general fear is that high bandwidth sites (google et all) could be hampered or taxed. While I'm not a big fan of the government poking it's nose into everyone's business, there is something to be said of them doing something to protect the gene


Drug clears most HIV from blood “in a matter of hours”

"In a small trial the drug rapidly cleared most HIV from the blood, driving down levels tenfold in a matter of hours"

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Go science.

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Report: Americans want universal health coverage

This CNN write up which could have been summed up as "we found that things which appear to be obvious are in fact obvious...


Social Engineering, the USB Way

I made my way to the credit union at about 6 a.m. to make sure no employees saw us. I then proceeded to scatter the drives in the parking lot, smoking areas, and other areas employees frequented.

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Drupal E-Commerce 4.7 Makes It’s Debut!

Drupal gets better and better... This one is worth checking out!

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Just too funny ebay auction

This (British) ebay auction is a bit of comedy gold worth reading. Seriously. I in fact laughed out loud. Get through to the emails section and you will see what I mean. It's four minutes of your life you will be glad to have spent reading.


10 flagrant grammar mistakes that make you look stupid

I'm married to an English teacher... and I still screw up one of these ALL the time. I'm not telling which one.

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