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23 June 2006

News from the Net

This is too funny. M$ switches to Linux for their corporate wireless LAN. Nothing like using your own products, eh?

Sony AIBO dogs evolve their own language.

I'm intrigued to find out what the results of the people calling the RIAA to tell them they suck will amount to

The British Medical Journal is warning people that using cell phones during thunderstorms increases the risk of death.

There should be 13 new episodes of Futurama forthcoming

There is a review of some file backup services.

First Blu-Ray Burner, from Pioneer

A library was asked for circulation records, and said not without a supoena. I guess it is better to slow them down if you can't outright tell them to f'off.

Scientists are reporting that the temperature of the Earth hasn't been this high in at least 400 years.

Looks like MacBook Pro batteries are dangerous.

After some recent loss of ipv6 services, it appears that our government wants to transition by 2008.

Pluto's new moons are named! Nix and Hydra, both of which are names I remember fondly from childhood.

Novell's CEO and CFO are fired