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  • Button bid hit by qualifying flop
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    Rubens Barrichello lands pole for the Brazilian GP to boost his title hopes as championship leader Jenson Button finishes 14th in a chaotic, rain-hit qualifying session.

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  • How To List FOSS Experience On Your Resume
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    maximus1 writes “If you’re selling skills gained in an open source project, you have additional opportunities to shine, say experts in this ITWorld article. But what is the best way to explain your FOSS experience? ‘Someone stands out because of how they talk about the project, says Zack Grossbart, author of The One Minute Commute. His advice is to describe the project and discuss your contributions in detail: ‘If you were a committer, what did you (more…)

  • Democrats, Minority Groups Question Net Neutrality Push
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    uuddlrlrab writes “A group of 72 Democratic lawmakers is the latest to question the US Federal Communications Commission’s move to create new net neutrality regulations. Democrats, including US President Barack Obama, have generally supported new rules that would prohibit broadband providers from selectively blocking or slowing Web content, but the group of 72 members of the House of Representatives sent a letter Thursday to FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski, (more…)

  • New Gameplay Trailers for New Super Mario Bros. Wii
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    There was already scans in Japanese with details on the upcoming New Super Mario Bros. Wii game and now even gameplay trailers are surfacing. Check out the new suits and Ice Flower in action. Just can’t wait for this game to be released over here.

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  • 2010 Tour de France to travel through punishing Pyrenees
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    The next chapter in the rivalry between seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong and defending champion Alberto Contador will take place in a majestic landscape next July — the Pyrenees.

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  • Remembering the earthquake that stopped the World Series
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    Remembering the Big Loma Prieta Quake that put a stop to the World Series and changed that San Francisco area Forever!

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  • IBM, Intel Execs Arrested Over Insider Trading
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    An anonymous reader writes to share a report from The Register stating that executives from IBM and Intel have been arrested as a part of insider trading allegations. “According to a report from the Associated Press, six people were arrested today as part of an insider trading case, including Bob Moffat, senior vice president and general manager of IBM’s Systems and Technology Group; Rajiv Goel, director of strategic investments at Intel Capital; (more…)

  • 20 games to look forward to in 2010
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    While 2009 is lining up AAA titles, 2010 looks to be the biggest gaming year in a long time.

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  • Giants LB Says Playing the Raiders Was “Like a Scrimmage”
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    “I do not like knocking teams. But right now, they’re struggling. We’re playing that game the other day and, honestly, it felt like a scrimmage, like a practice.” said New York Giants linebacker Antonio Pierce.

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  • The 7 Silliest Videogame Fighter Backstories
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    What are you gonna do when Skullomania runs wild over you? Probably not much, actually.

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