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+ - Daily Show writers find Youtube; speak on Strike

Submitted by Inakizombie
Inakizombie (1081219) writes "The writers from the Daily Show have turned to Youtube to give their perspective on the writers' strike in the best way they know how, humorously. From the post "What do the writers of the Daily Show think of the ongoing writers' strike? If only there were some way to find out like, I don't know... clicking on the image(Youtube) to your left. It's so crazy, it might just work!""
First Person Shooters (Games)

+ - Hourly Game Server Rental

Submitted by JJC1138
JJC1138 (96049) writes " is a new service that offers game server rental on an hourly basis. It should suit people who would like to have occasional deathmatch sessions with friends, and also clans that don't need their server 24/7. So far 'Counter-Strike' and 'Counter-Strike: Source' are supported, but more games are coming soon."
It's funny.  Laugh.

+ - Time's Person of the Year 2006 is... You

Submitted by Anonymous Coward
An anonymous reader writes "Time Magazine's Person of the Year selects the person (man, woman, group or idea) that, "for better or worse, has most influenced events in the preceding year". Previous recipients have included Charles Lindbergh (1927), Adolf Hitler (1938), the Generation Twenty-Five and Under (1966), the Computer (1982) and the Endangered Earth (1988). The Person of the Year for 2006 is you. Time believes that you are the most influential person in 2006, by using the "Web 2.0" (i.e. Wikipedia, YouTube, MySpace) to control the media and change the world. So give yourself a round of applause and a teary acceptance speech."

"You're a creature of the night, Michael. Wait'll Mom hears about this." -- from the movie "The Lost Boys"