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Some jokes

Or, for the lazy people:

A baby seal walks into a club.

On a scale of 1 to 10, how old is Michael Jackson's new boyfriend?


A Dyslexic man walks into a bra.

Satan's Rapture

A weird site about the end of the world, quoting biblical predictions and the Mayan calendar, which ends in our year 2012 [see also Why 2012?]

A Working Economy Without DRM?

It may very well be possible

An Open Letter to Microsoft - Why you shouldn't kill FairUse4WM

Vrije Universiteit - Linux lab | August 28, 14:59

When are those companies going to comprehend that people want to be free in the way they use their purchases? If I buy music or movies, I want to be able to play it back on my stereo/dvd, PC, PDA or portable mediaplayer. Without any hassle!

Software Release Cycle

a release should be made immediately before adding new features

... instead of right before you release, which results in not well tested features.

Duck and Cover

The movie that was used to teach generations of United States school children from the late 1940s into the 1980s about how to "protect" themselves against the explosion of an atomic bomb. Really unnerving

The $170 million FBI computer upgrade that wasn't

A painful story of how things can go awry. It's unsettling btw, how the FBI has been using paper files instead of a nice central computer system for so many years :/

Trolltech woos developers with "open" Linux phone

Looks like a decent device! Maybe there'll be a community around it like with the Nokia 770 tablet

Access Linux Platform with Palm emulator approved

That means that I can get a [smart]phone running Linux and run my current Palm programs on them too. Now I hope they will churn out some really decent smartphone with nice keyboard and battery life. Ah, and wifi dammit!

The Cost of the Iraq War

It's an astonishing number...

JavaScript Port Scanner

Who said JavaScript wasn't any good? ;)

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