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  • The Canadian Who Holds the Key To the Internet
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    drbutts writes “The Toronto Star has an interesting story on how they are securing DNS: ‘It’s housed in two high-security facilities separated by the North American landmass. The one authenticated map of the Internet. Were it to be lost — either through a catastrophic physical or cyber attack — it could be recreated by seven individuals spread around the globe. One of them is Ottawa’s Norm Ritchie. Ritchie was recently chosen to hold one (more…)



  • The 5 (Really) Cool Windows Tools You Might Need
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    There are so many software available out there that can make your windows PC performs better, getting by free and good ones is not that easy. That is why I am sharing few great freeware tools for you to make your lives easier than ever. Read each entry in the list and see which tool suits your needs best.

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  • Baltacha bows out of Istanbul Cup
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    Elena Baltacha fails to build on her win over top seed Francesca Schiavone as she loses 6-4 6-0 to Germany’s Andrea Petkovic at the Istanbul Cup.

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  • NASCAR’s Jack Roush Crashes Plane In Wisconsin
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    NASCAR team owner and motorsport legend Jack Roush crashed his plane while landing in Wisconsin. Roush is reportedly in serious but stable condition.

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  • Lego StarCraft Animation
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    This Lego stop-motion video by Alex Kobbs captures so many classic moments from StarCraft that I don’t know which is my favorite…

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  • Thermoelectrics Could Let You Feel the Heat In Games
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    myshadows writes “Tech Review has an interesting article on how Tokyo Metropolitan University researchers have been able to give a sensory addition to gaming peripherals — namely, temperature. ‘As the range of interactions with digital environments expands, it’s logical to ask what’s next: Smell-o-vision has been on the horizon for something like 50 years, but there’s a dark horse stalking this race: thermoelectrics. Based on the Peltier effect, (more…)

  • Best New Features and Improvements in Starcraft II
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    Here are the best changes and improvements made to the Starcraft series with this new title.

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