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Which mobile operating system (OS) do you currently use for your mobile device(s) [e.g., tablets and smartphones]?

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Television/TV's Best Fake Websites

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This two minutes and 39 seconds YouTube video show "Television/TV's Best Fake Websites". There is even a three minutes and 57 seconds YouTube video

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The State of the Demoscene: 1991 - 2011. Also, Demoscene Research.

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In Gloom Pouet BBS thread mentioned his blog on "the state of the demoscene: 1991 - 2011". It has a lot of details like graphs.

Also, Marq mentioned his Demoscene Research -- "scientific material concerning the demo culture. Demoscene Research is a collection of scientific material concerning the demo culture, also known as the scene. Major part of the page is an extensive bibliography of demo-related books, theses, articles and online material. We also maintain a list of researchers who have studied the scene. News and demo-related discussions are disseminated in the blog on the front page. There is also a related newsgroup, Demo Research, where we post the most important news so that you can read and discuss them by email..."

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The Restart Page -- An interactive web site of rebooting the most significant operating system (OSes).

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TidBITS mention The Restart Page shows "a tribute to the most significant operating system (OSes) ..." and "Free unlimited rebooting experience from vintage operating systems."

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An infographic sums up Linux then and now.

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LinuxToday shares Geek.com's article, with an infographic, "charting the state of Linux in the past and how it has progressed to its current, healthy state..."

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Linux Beards

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Linux Today shares an amusing new web site titled Linux Beards -- "Linux is powered by beards! Submit your beard photograph/photo. or video

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The Psychology of The Dark Knight -- A Documentary on Batman.

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YouTube has a 44 minutes and 44 seconds Batman documentary on YouTube titled "The Psychology of The Dark Knight"

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Did you upgrade to the newest/latest web browsers' versions on your computer? Poll ends on 4/17/2011.

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Yes, both Internet Explorer v9 and Firefox v4. I like having/using the latest web browsers.
22% (4 votes)
Yes, but only Microsoft Internet Explorer v9.
0% (0 votes)
Yes, but only Mozilla's Firefox v4.
44% (8 votes)
Not yet to one/both of them.
17% (3 votes)
I do not use any of these web browsers since I use others (e.g., Opera, Mozilla's SeaMonkey, Google's Chrome, Lynx).
17% (3 votes)
I do not have my own computer.
0% (0 votes)
Total votes: 18
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Windows Guy Tries Unix

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In the proper *chan tradition of image macros like Courage Dog, and Advice dog... Windows Guy tries Unix!

It's funny because it's true.

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Binary of Babel -- An AMD 64-bit Linux demonstration/demo. by Segfault Garden.

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Pouet mentions a shares a three minutes and 24 seconds AMD 64-bit Linux demonstration/demo. titled "Binary of Babel" by Segfault Garden -- "This is a classical-style demo that uses over 20 different programming languges to create the effects...

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The Great Operating System (OS) Games

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/. shares a twenty-one slides Technologizer gallery titled "The Great Operating System (OS) Games" -- "They may not be the fanciest computer games of all time, but untold billions of hours of productivity have been lost to them over the past four decades.

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Funny JavaZone Movie Trailer -- "Coders: Why do we always use .NET?"

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VideoSift shares a funny 3.25 minutes YouTube video (also on its official Web site; warning: a quick censored sex scene) showing trailer for "JavaZone" -- "Java 4-ever".

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Evolution of Language Through The Ages: Computer geeks/nerds and their communications.

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UserFriendly shows its comic strip on the "evolution of language through the ages"

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