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  • Multi-Button OpenOfficeMouse At OOoCon 2009
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    An anonymous reader writes “WarMouse has announced their new multi-button OpenOfficeMouse for OpenOffice.org at the 2009 OOoCon in Orvieto, Italy. The mouse, which features 18 buttons, a scroll wheel, and an analog joystick, has double-click functionality on every button and stores up to 63 application and game profiles in its 512k of flash memory. The OpenOfficeMouse runs on Windows, Linux, and OS/X; its customization software will be released as (more…)



  • Bristol Rovers 2-3 Southampton
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    Southampton reach the second round of the FA Cup after holding off battling Bristol Rovers at the Memorial Stadium.

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  • Vet School 2.0: Stick Your Hand Up a Virtual Cow Butt
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    There’s nothing tidy about sticking your arm deep into a cow’s backside, getting up to your elbows in warm and gooey bovine innards. But for new vet

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  • Daily Show Presents: 2009 Philly/New York Fan Douche Off
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    Deciding whether to root for the defending champs or the Yankees is like trying to decide whether you want Hitler or Skeletor to get a ghost-blowjob from Marilyn Monroe. But which city’s fans are the biggest d-bags? Now that’s a contest we can all enjoy.

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  • Parappa creator wants less violence in Video games
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    Kick and punch may be all in the mind, but Parappa the Rapper creator Masaya Matsuura doesn’t want so much of it in videogames. Speaking with Joystiq, the man responsible for Major Minor’s Majestic March views videogame violence as a problem that needs to be stamped out.

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  • National Data Breach Law Advances
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    Trailrunner7 writes “Two separate bills that would require organizations to notify consumers when their personal information has been compromised have made their way out of committee in the Senate, a critical step toward the creation of a national data-breach notification bill. But the Data Breach Notification Act, S.139, exempts federal agencies and other organizations subject to the bill from disclosing a breach if the data involved in the breach (more…)

  • UFOlogy Hits a New Low With The Fourth Kind [Spoilers!]
    By on November 6, 2009 | Comments Off  Comments

    The Fourth Kind’s unconvincing UFOlogy gives this reviewer chills. The movie stumbles directly into the biggest problems facing UFOs debates: missing evidence, too many coincidences, cover-up conspiracies and aliens that, given their high-tech know-how, are just plain dumb. [spoilers].

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  • Ubiquiti Announces RouterStation Challenge Winners
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    Riskable writes “Remember that $200,000 Contest For a Better Open-WRT Wireless Router GUI? Today Ubiquiti posted the winning entries to their support wiki. The grand prize was a tie between PyCI (written by yours truly) and NETSHe with OpenNET as the runner up. Source code and firmware images for each entry are available for download on their respective wiki pages. I’ll be setting up a project page for PyCI (and l2sh) soon to make it a participatory (more…)

  • Renault defers F1 exit decision
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    Renault will decide by the end of the year whether or not it is staying in Formula 1 after a troubled 2009 season.

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  • Amazing new Heavy Rain gameplay video
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    Not only one of the best looking games of all time, but also one of the most original and immersive…

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