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22 May 2007

News from the Net

Advances in exploration of the deep.

Nortel smacks down its kids after they leave home.

Yet another reason that alternative fuels are not the answer.

Math factorization record broken.

In case you haven't heard yet, there is news about StarCraft II.

The Smithsonian cowtows to the Bush administration. Resignations ensue.

Undercover agents exposed.

The RIAA has decided that Congress should overturn a 70 year law and give them more money.
Here's an idea, why don't we CHARGE the RIAA for every time anyone ever plays any songs... Yeah, that sounds better.

Widespread network hole.

More Wet Mars data.

What do MySpace and Sex Offenders have in common? The attention of the Attorney Generals.

What better way to appear to be involved in a conspiracy than to completely change the entire grid with the use of the T-word?

Groups of Russian journalists all resign due to the censorship taking place.

Dr. Who is finally coming true -- spy drones hit the streets, er, sky in the UK.

So you have been thinking about making your own Home Theater PC? Well, here's another reason to avoid Windows Media Center for it.

Prostate cancer gene found.

Internet radio station Atlanta Blue Skye LLC has decided they want boycotted. Of course, so does XM Radio.

Advances in splitting hydrogen from water.

I'm not going to say anything... you have to read the synopsis.

The Pirate Bay wants to create an uncensored alternative to YouTube.

In case you missed it, you can now preorder the Optimus Keyboard. As much as I would like to, I am not about to spent $1564.37 on a keyboard.

HP decides to just eliminate what was left of their reputation.

Advances in teleportation and spintronics.

Scotty has been found.

A Spyware maker is suing an anti-spyware maker. Friggin nuts.

More details on the sunken treasure.

NetFlix sued for fraudulently obtaining patents.