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  • How Much Money Will Converting the Star Wars Films to 3D Mak
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    Apparently, LucasFilm has decided to covert the Star Wars Trilogies into 3D. This is not exactly a surprise, as Hollywood is an a rush to make every movie 3D. But how big of a money maker will it be for the franchise?

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  • Australian Government Delays Internet Filter Legislation
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    An anonymous reader writes “It seems the Australian federal government is being forced to delay the introduction of its proposed and much-hated, much-maligned Internet filter. It will not be introduced in the next two sittings of parliament, which realistically delays it until after the next election. News on withdrawing the filter, which was a promise from the previous election, has disappointed lobbying groups such as the Australian Christian Lobby.”

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  • The Best, Worst Atari Commercials
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    We celebrate Atari 2600′s 30th birthday with its best commercials.

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  • Keothavong handed Morocco victory
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    Anne Keothavong goes through in Fes after opponent Carla Suarez Navarro retires injured but fellow Briton Katie O’Brien is beaten.

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  • Most Valuable Poser: Debatable MVP Award Winners
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    Here’s a look back at some of the most debatable MVP choices ever in pro sports and arguments for the players that were passed up for the awards.

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  • Texas Man Pleads Guilty To Building Botnet-For-Hire
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    Julie188 writes “A Mesquite, Texas, man is set to plead guilty to training his 22,000-PC botnet on a local ISP — just to show off its firepower to a potential customer. David Anthony Edwards will plead guilty to charges that he and another man, Thomas James Frederick Smith, built a custom botnet, called Nettick, which they then tried to sell to cybercriminals at the rate of US$0.15 per infected computer, according to court documents.”

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