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5 Funny Or Die Web Series Worth Watching

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5 Funny Or Die Web Series Worth Watching

Funny Or Die is a comedy website focused on videos, which means you can add it to the list of worthy YouTube alternatives. The name of the site comes from the very simple idea that something should either be funny or die. If a piece of content isn’t funny then let it pass away, quietly, without a funeral. And you, the viewer, gets to choose its fate.

16-05-2013
5 Funny Or Die Web Series Worth Watching
5 Awesome DIY Tablet Mounts For Bed: Vote For The Best And We’ll Build It

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5 Awesome DIY Tablet Mounts For Bed: Vote For The Best And We’ll Build It

I love my iPad so much, I take it to bed with me – and I don’t think I’m alone (69% of British iPad owners also do, it seems). But resting it on my chest is far from ideal – I get neck cramps trying to look at the peculiarly angled screen, I certainly can’t type, and any attempt to move knocks the thing right over. Since my significant other usually doesn’t care for being face-palmed by an iPad while half asleep, it’s about time I did something about it.

10-05-2013
5 Awesome DIY Tablet Mounts For Bed: Vote For The Best And We’ll Build It
Rethinking The Business Card

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Rethinking The Business Card

The business card is a ubiquitous sight in any business meeting. The first documented use of them can be tracked to Japan in the 15th Century. These formal royal announcements, known as ‘meishi’, were distributed amongst the local community as a sign of a potential visit. The use of cards as formal announcements was later adopted by aristocrats in 17th Century France.

09-05-2013
Rethinking The Business Card
6 Unsolved Mysteries Solved On Wikipedia

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6 Unsolved Mysteries Solved On Wikipedia

Wikipedia is often mocked for its perceived lack of truth. Because it’s an encyclopedia built entirely on the contributions of random people, it has a reputation for not always being accurate and truthful. In some ways this assertion is fair… little-known entries (such as those for people you’ve likely never heard of) can be manipulated by pranksters or editors with an agenda, but it’s far from the norm, especially on popular, oft-visited entries.

09-05-2013
6 Unsolved Mysteries Solved On Wikipedia
The Best Twitter Vine Videos Created So Far

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The Best Twitter Vine Videos Created So Far

Short films can be truly amazing. Like the best short stories, short films often pack more meaning into their brief running times than full-length movies (or novels) do. There’s something about the genre that compels those who revel in it to make one really strong, overarching point, and to do so in a very short space of time. Short films can be anything up to 40 minutes long, but most are considerably shorter than that.

08-05-2013
The Best Twitter Vine Videos Created So Far
Is Buying Second-Hand Software Legal?

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Is Buying Second-Hand Software Legal?

This is by no means a legal document and don’t think that this substitutes for the opinions of an officer of the court. Let me be clear – I’m going to present to you the research that I’ve done and what it means to me. It is NOT legal advice. Now that is out of the way, lets get to the heart of the matter on whether buying second-hand software legal or illegal.

03-05-2013
Is Buying Second-Hand Software Legal?
Wacky Wiki: 6 Fascinating People on Wikipedia

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Wacky Wiki: 6 Fascinating People on Wikipedia

Most people approach Wikipedia as they approach Google: they head there with a search term already in mind. But that approach may mean you miss out on much of what Wikipedia has to offer. It boasts entries that are obscure, odd, offbeat, and unlikely to be seen by more than a handful of people. Welcome to the world of weird Wikipedia.

02-05-2013
Wacky Wiki: 6 Fascinating People on Wikipedia
Making Your Own Smartphone Speakers – MakeUseOf Tests

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Making Your Own Smartphone Speakers – MakeUseOf Tests

The average smartphone speaker is an insult to an audiophile’s ears. Poor quality, low volume, and a lack of bass can ruin the sound. Since those speakers are in-built, there isn’t an easy way to fix them. However, before you invest in external speakers, try some quick & easy DIY solutions to significantly improve the sound your mobile produces. These super simple hacks make do with basic household items.

25-04-2013
Making Your Own Smartphone Speakers – MakeUseOf Tests
15 Free MP3 Albums & EPs: Hip Hop for the Masses [Sound Sunday]

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15 Free MP3 Albums & EPs: Hip Hop for the Masses [Sound Sunday]

Each week, Sound Sunday introduces you to awesome music by talented artists from around the world. In this edition, we return to one of the most controversial genres in music: Hip Hop. Often misunderstood by those who need to listen most closely, Hip Hop is far more than what you expect. Come on in, discover new facets, and educate your ears.

21-04-2013
15 Free MP3 Albums & EPs: Hip Hop for the Masses [Sound Sunday]
The Future Is Here: 5 Predictions From The Past – Did These Come True?

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The Future Is Here: 5 Predictions From The Past – Did These Come True?

We’ve come a long way since those first baby steps were taken in computing, and sometimes it really helps to just put things in perspective and look at the amazing technology that surrounds us today. Yet the technological reality we face doesn’t always match what we thought it was going to be all those years ago.

12-04-2013
The Future Is Here: 5 Predictions From The Past – Did These Come True?
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