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 Why is it 'marketing' when a company helps itself to my information against my will and 'piracy' or 'industrial espionage' if I helped myself to THEIR information against their will?

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Review sharing site. Also has excellent unboxing and reviews of new hardware done by it's own staff.
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a site devoted to providing free, advanced source code to Visual Basic programmers since June 1998 and now also to the .NET and C# community. Specialities here are user interface, controls, the Windows API, XML and no-compromise code. Everything is edited, comes with full source code and is available under a relaxed open source licence.
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Space And Science: a Site dedicated to discussions and articles about space, science, the universe, and other things. (Note: hat not included)
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Comedy-oriented site/blog that based around reviewing various products. recurring themes include making fun of terrible cheap LED-based games, interspersed with philosophical discussions about the emotional state of onions. Excellent. Funny. Recommended for those with a sense of humour. Those who don't- go away. you aren't wanted nor liked by anybody.
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Curious perversions in information technology
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My stomach still hurts from the content of this site. It will certainly entertain me for several days as I watch the FAR TOO MANY videos he has (not that I'm complaining).
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URL Unshortening service.
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Where we CAN fix the broked stuff Is your computer giving you the "Blue Screen of Death"!?
Do you have viruses?
Do you need to know how to use a program for that Boss presentation tomorrow?
Wanna have a nice shiny website, but don't want to pay a fortune?
Just wanna know how to turn the blasted thing on?!
You have come to the Right place!
This site and service is run by one of my good friends. I warn you: he might be crazy. He'd probably look really good in a wizard hat, for what that's worth.
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The Old New Thing
Exceptional Blog by Raymond Chen revolving around windows quirks that are usually the result of remnants from older documentation or behaviours.
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