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04 July 2007

News from the Net

Oooh, new uses for the infamous pheromone.

I wish them all the luck in the world - but when we designed devices like that in high school, we were able to figure out that magnets (permanent or electromagnetic) wear out over time... so still not perpetual or free...

A new drug makes traumatic events not hurt so bad... is that like giving someone a guilt-free pass to do whatever they want?

Massachusetts now requires health insurance.

The RIAA is being sued for Civil Conspiracy under Texas common law by a granny for using illegal investigators.

Airbags for your drives?

Want to protect your credit report/score? Well those in charge of it want to stop you.

iPhone security mess.

SAP admits to stealing from Oracle.

BluRay, HD-DVD and antitrust inquiries.

Google gets into the phone-number biz.

What could I possibly do with this toy? What happens if we encase an antennae in it and keep broadcasting?

Oh, look, Bush once again shows how corrupt he is.

Handwriting recognition as an alternative to passwords.

Go Home rubber ducky!

Oooh - can I have a new monitor?

Deathbed Roswell confession?

Looks like I don't have to worry about Dino wanting an iPhone, since it won't work with 64-bit Windows (XP or Vista).

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