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xerexes writes "Remember when Penny Arcade was on LooneyGames? When User Friendly and Sluggy Freelance were the biggest comics online?
Back then the biggest webcomic portal around was BigPanda.net, ground zero for the big bang of online comics we have today.
marcellizot writes "One of the best things about gaming as a hobby these days is the way it can fit into so many different situations. Due to the recent explosion of portable gaming, no matter what you're waiting for, or wishing was over, there's a gaming solution to plug the gap. Whether you're looking for a quick, button-bashing hit or a smooth absorbing way to spend four hours, a handheld console can make sure you've always got a gaming fix in your hands. But how do you know which game to choose for which situation?"
greepe writes "During the keynote at the Consumer Electronics Show, Bill Gates and his cohorts announced the new Microsoft TV IPTV Edition and demonstrated some of its more compelling features. At the end of that segment, the Microsoft presenters let us know that their IPTV demonstration was performed on an Xbox 360. The audience cheered. They cheered because they assumed you could use an Xbox 360 to deliver any old IPTV content to the television. You can't, says Derek R. Flickinger of CEPro."
hackmeister writes "Richard Stallman talks about the GPLv3 and why Free Software and Open Source don't always have the same goals: ogg mp3
Some of the other topics discussed are DRM, leverage with hardware vendors and dealing with a Linux kernel released under GPLv2."
If you take a look at the Dell website, you'll find that they are offering AMD-based notebooks . Dell's Inspirion 1501 notebook is powered with the Turion 64 X2 dual-core processors, and they also offer the notebooks with AMD's Sempron processor. Two of the Inspiron notebooks offer AMD's Turion 64 MK-36 processor--a single-core chip that runs at 2.0GHz. "On its Web site, Dell