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You've heard about coal mines that burn for decades? Milford, Nebraska has, um, a somewhat similar problem above ground… kinda…
The University of South Alabama has posted an excellent and concise Spyware Information and Links page, listing spyware removal tips and tools.
Paul Graham presents his advice to high school graduates in a talk entitled "What You'll Wish You'd Known".
Chocolate lovers often describe the taste of chocolate as 'heavenly'. Now the chocolate solar system makes this a literal reality.
"I procrastinate. You procrastinate. We all procrastinate. Let's get back to work."
A new plugin combines Spam Assassin and Movable Type to stop the flood of comment spam.
Dariusz Stanislawek presents his DS Software freeware for Windows, including many encryption utilities.
"Here are some tips on how to secure your Microsoft Windows system, if you’re a home user, small business user, or other small organization user (such as small non-profits)."
How can we avoid believing things that aren't true? Bob Korn believes the answer is Responsible Thinking.
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