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Friday IT Fun: Jobs vs Gates, Be Scared of Google, More

Ease into the weekend with the newest batch of technology-related comedy winners we've spent minutes compiling. If you've found something you think other IT pros will appreciate, send an e-mail to [email protected] so we can include it in next week's edition.

  • Steve Jobs vs. Bill Gates (Sadanduseless.com) – Browse some of the funny submissions and even make your own mogul-a-mogul conversation comic. Send them our way if you think they're keepers.

  • Five Reasons Why You Should Be Scared of Google (Cracked.com) – The Cracked staff break down the reasons why you may want to unplug that Internet cord.

  • Best Tech Guy Call With Leo Laporte (Youtube.com) – Wait, home Internet access isn't free? This is news to us.

  • Campfire  (xkcd.com) – The classic horror story gets an update patch.

  • What Stormtroopers Do On Their Day Off (WildAmmo.com) –  If you are like us, you spend an unhealthy amount of time wondering what Stormtroopers do when they aren't…well, stormtrooping. This week's random link will answer all your questions. 

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