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  • Bytejacker: Sneaking Past the Censors
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    Check out the 1st episode of Rev3′s new show. Bytejacker is the best source for discovering independent & downloadable video games in the universe!

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  • Hamilton on top as Brawn struggle
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    Lewis Hamilton will start the Singapore Grand Prix on pole position as the title contending Brawn drivers suffer a bad qualifying session.

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  • Ex-Giants WR Plaxico Burress begins jail time immediately
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    Ex-Giants WR Plaxico Burress sentenced to 2 years, begins serving jail time immediately -

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  • NFL has no plans to lighten blackout rules
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    When Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans, the NFL waived its television blackout policy so Saints fans could watch even if games moved to Baton Rouge didn’t sell out. Now, under extraordinary circumstances of a different sort — a recession that has made football tickets an unaffordable luxury for many — the league isn’t budging.

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  • UK Musicians Back Watered-Down “Three-Strikes” Rule
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    A brace of anonymous readers sent along coverage of UK musicians who have turned around to support three strikes, or a milder variant of it. What they suggest is more like “three strikes and you’re hobbled” — after a third offense a downloader would be not disconnected, but rate-limited. The artists involved include Lily Allen, George Michael, and Sandie Shaw. The Guardian has more details. The final quote from the music industry, striking out (more…)

  • 10 Awesome Football Announcer Screw Ups [Videos]
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    Announcing a football game is hard work. You have to watch the game and talk about what’s going on, and you don’t even get to pound beer and Doritos while you’re doing it. It’s just too damn stressful up in the booth. That’s why football announcers are always dropping F-bombs and saying really racist and/or homophobic things

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  • A Writer’s Plea: Figure Out How to Preserve Google Books
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    The dispute over Google Books continues to rage in the courts and op-ed pages of the country.

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  • Nigeria Demands Apology from SONY for “Scams” Ad (w video)
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    Nigeria is mad at Sony for its latest ads that suggesting a lot of scams come from the country and is insisting on an immediate recant. “Nigeria also demands an unconditional apology from Sony Corporation for this deliberate negative campaign against the country’s image and reputation,” said a spokesman for the Nigerian government.

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  • Why Dogs Pee on Hydrants, Lick faces & Sniff Everything
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    Think you know what it is like inside of a dog’s world? Well forget everything you know. Because forgetting what we think we know is the best way to begin understanding dogs. Author Alexandra Horowitz explains why dogs do what they do (and why they do it!)

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  • Spell Your Way to Victory in Scribblenauts
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    The new Nintendo DS title Scribblenauts packs a lot of innovation into an unassuming package. To solve puzzles, players summon useful objects by typing or scribbling words on the touchscreen (spell out “ladder” and—poof!—a ladder appears). Sounds simplistic, right?

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