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Just How Huge is the Internet on an Average Day?

An average day of interneting is no small feat. In fact, it’s a monumentally large feat. An average day can hardly be called average when referring to the internetz. Check out the infographic after the jump to see just how massive the data sent on the Internet is on a daily basis. 43.3 petabytes of data sent through mobile phones ...

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Desperatly Seeking Power Glove Love

Now, this is my kind of Craigslist ad. But honestly, that PPS is ridiculous. How can you expect no nerds? That’s like throwing an anime convention and banning artists, or even more ridiculous, banning costumes. Link [via]

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If Twitter Were a Book from the 60s and Other Retro Web Services

There’s something about vintage-styled book covers that really grabs your attention. Especially when the vintage style meets modern technology. What if modern web services happened to be books from the 60s? Don’t ask me how, just pretend that by some stretch of the imagination, these web services were inspired by vintage books. The resulting book covers would have likely looked ...

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Google Chrome For Mac: It’s Here

Today introduces the launch of Google’s Chrome beta browser for Mac. I’ve used Chrome for quite a while on my Windows machine and have been eagerly waiting for it to launch for Mac devices. Chrome just feels like the fastest browser I’ve ever used. Period. And with the recent addition of extensions, Mozilla and Microsoft might have something on their ...

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Tweet in Klingon

Trekkies and fans of fictional languages alike will enjoy this awesome English-to-Klingon tweet translator. Just type in a tweet into the official Star Trek Online web app, authorize Tweet in Klingon to access your Twitter account and BLAMMO… you’ll be tweeting in Klingon in no time. Link [via]

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Newlyweds Update Facebook Relationship Status From the Altar

Sure, this couple meant their little prank as a joke and it was actually pretty damn funny, especially since they got the priest involved, but how long until this is actually common place? I can definitely see this becoming some sort of wacky trend and eventually, a tradition. I now pronounce you man and wife, you may change your status. ...

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Nerdy Twitter Logos

Artist Adam Koford, also known as @apelad, created these Twitter logos with an even geekier spin. If Twitter changed their logo depending on the day, sort of like Google, they might create awesome icons like this. Head over to Buzzfeed for tons more.

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The Gboard: A Keyboard Designed Just for Gmail

While I’m at my computer, Gmail is almost always open. E-mail is as important (or even more important) a communication tool for me as meeting people face to face, so you can imagine my eyes are usually at least half peeled on my Gmail tab. In fact, I use Gmail so much, it would be nice to have a designated ...

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Nonja the Orangutan Updates Her Own Facebook

Using a specially modified Samsung ST-1000 point-and-shoot digital camera, Nonja the Orangutan, currently a resident of the Schnbrunn Zoo in Austria, snaps photos of herself, which are automatically sent to her Facebook wall. Currently standing at over 20,000 fans, Nonja’s Facebook page is becoming sort of a sensation as it provides a new prospective into the life of apes. Or ...

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