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TwittJr

Take one IBM PCjr, hook it up to the Internet, say a prayer and boom: you have yourself TwittJr. It displays three tweets on its 16-color display. The power of 4.77Mhz! Link

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Craiglist Ditching Erotic Services Section: There Goes Your Love Life

The day you’ve been dreading has finally arrived. Criagslist has announced that they will be removing the free-wheeling “erotic” services section of their site and will replace it with an “adult” section. Every post in the adult section will be hand moderated. Apparently taming the shrew just wasn’t enough. WHYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY?!!! Link

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It’s Official: The Amazon Kindle DX

After all that hype! 9.7-inches of fury with a $489 price tag. Get ready to witness Amazon’s blitzkrieg on the newspaper and textbook industries. Sporting 4GB of storage and native PDF support doesn’t hurt either. Did we mention EVDO? Oh yeah. Very nice. Look for the Kindle DX to drop this summer.

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Palm Eos: The Pre’s Older, Yet Unborn, Brother

With all this talk about the Palm Pre, it’s easy to see how one could get washed up in the hype surrounding it. But check this out: It’s called the Palm Eos and it’s due out sometime after the Pre. It will use that WebOS Palm has been raving about and features a full QWERTY keyboard. Rumor has it that ...

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Screenshots of New Amazon Kindle Leak

While I’m not one to feed the rumors, there’s just too much hype to ignore the upcoming large-screen Kindle from Amazon. Check out these pics of the upcoming “Kindle DX”. It supposedly will have a 9.7-inch display and is geared towards textbook use. I was thinking about the whole textbook strategy and it could really propel Amazon into the stratosphere. ...

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Rumor Me Not: Amazon Working On Large-Format Kindle

Man, today is all about the rumors floating around and I’m not liking it one bit. Know why? Rumors are all hype, little fact and always disappointing. Take for instance the latest one. The Internet is saying that Amazon is preparing a new Kindle with a large screen for newspapers that will drop this Wednesday. Pretty bold, right? Yeah, it’s ...

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Google Hires Goats to Clean Their Land (Including Photographic Proof)

Google posted an article on their blog which sounds like a story straight from their April Fool’s Day archive. But no, they are not kidding, and the proof is shown above, photographically. Google has rented a herd of goats (not goatse) to clean the landscape of their Mountain View, California headquarters. Google has hired California Grazing, a company which specializes ...

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StickyTwits Bumper Stickers: Advertise Your Twitter URL on Your Car

Twitter is causing a hubbub across the globe as the next step in communication and social interaction. Your Twitter URL is now considered to be as sacred as YourName.com. For many, this is totally justifiable. Creating and promoting your online “personal brand” on Twitter is quickly becoming the modus operandi of the modern business man. Can you really and truly ...

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Free Google Business Cards

This is a neat deal that Google dreamed up. For a limited time, 10,000 people, myself included, can get 25 free business cards from Google and iPrint.com. The cards have your name inside a search bar and your profile information on the back. Even if you don’t want or need them, you know these will be worth money 50 years ...

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Coldplay Giving Away New Live Album

Say what you will but some people, myself included, happen to like Coldplay. If it weren’t for us fans, why else would the band decide to give away its new live CD “Left Right Left Right Left.” You can get a CD version for free at their concerts or you can download the entire album on Coldplay’s official website. Music ...

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