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20 March 2006

News from the Net

How about DNA-origami that high schoolers can do?

Hmmm. This is odd.... Evidentally the US Government is posting Iraqi documents in hopes that people on the Internet would translate them. Now, you may call me a conspiracy theorists, but what is the likelihood that the US government would: 1) not know how to translate Iraqi documents; 2) give the public Iraqi documents without knowing what they say? I say this is all bullshit propaganda. The US probably wrote them and is using them as a way to convince us of _insert_what_documents_say_here.

Now, with the Patent Office accepting things like emoticons and popups as patentable, do we really want them in charge of patenting thoughts?

Visa warns that places like BestBuy, OfficeMax and Staples may be responsible for those unauthorized charges on your card. Specifically, they are saying that the software by Fujitsu that those companies use may be at fault.

LARPing a Prison Break

I'm sure this will make you feel warm and fuzzy - NOT!

Looks like you may be able to make your own XBox360 games after all

It appears that Judge sided with Google instead of with the DoJ. Good job judge. Of course, another idiot of a Judge has ordered Google (specifically GMail) to give them all email including deleted emails

of someone they are suiing.

The Canadian version of the RIAA has published a report basically saying that they are all wrong about P2P

DNA Origomi? Didn't they used to call them Shrinky Dinks?

Posted by Sylkwyrm on Mon Mar 20 01:29:00 PST 2006

Yep, but these you make with Virus DNA :)

Posted by Malachi on Mon Mar 20 01:38:00 PST 2006
You need to figure out that x-box thing so we can pirate some shit.

Posted by WILL POWER! on Mon Mar 20 11:15:00 PST 2006